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Born Free 9 oz. BPA-Free High-Heat Resistant Classic Bottle, 3-Pack
- Natural milk flow for an experience similar to breastfeeding, allows baby to control the flow and helps prevent nipple confusion; Naturally fuss free, clinically designed to reduce colic and gas with the leak-free ActiveFlow venting technology and preferred by moms with colicky babies; Naturally safe, durable bottles are free from BPA and PVC
- Nipples, collars, valves, and sippy cup spouts and handles are interchangeable on all Born Free bottles and transition cups
- High-heat resistant bottle is top and bottom-rack dishwasher safe and can be boiled for 5 minutes to sterilize
- Soft silicone nipple available in 5 flow rates: Level 1 (slow flow), Level 2 (medium flow), Level 3 (fast flow), Y-Cut (fast flow - suitable for baby cereal), Variable Flow (3-stages in 1)
- Bottles available in 5 oz. (includes level 1, slow flow, nipple) or 9 oz. (includes level 2, medium flow, nipple)
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I bought the Eco ones because they're 6 bucks cheaper. Not sure what the difference is between the Classic but they seem fine to me quality-wise. I didn't find all the parts to be too many either. It just seemed normal for a vented bottle and not nearly as bad as Doc Brown's. One disc fits into another disc and it sits on the mouth of the bottle. That's about it. I don't count the neck and the nipple as a separate part because almost all bottles have that. So really, it's just two extra pieces to me. Everything seems to be really solid and well made, too. They also come with discs that let you seal the nipple off for travel to prevent leaking.
I'm very happy with these and we'll probably be in the long haul with them.
These bottles have a lot of individual pieces, so washing them takes more than twice as long as the more simple designs. I had a few that were 4 pieces, and those already felt like too many to clean. But these ones take the cake, they have 6 distinct parts to clean. And that's at least 3 too many.
In the end, those have become my favorites (2 pieces bottles). If you don't want to spend extra time washing baby bottles skip these.
Removing the cleaning out of the equation, these are good bottles:
- BPA free
- Good quality plastic
Our baby doesn't experience any less gas using this complicated system, versus a normal 2 pieces bottle setup. So all the additional cleaning is not worth it in my opinion.
Our baby isn't fussy so I can't judge whether or not he'd like other bottles.
We have an assortment of Born Free bottles - started with 2, added 2 more, then finally a 6 pack.
We have pretty consistent problems with leaking. It may be that the different gaskets have different tolerances. Some fit into the white piece very easily, almost dropping in. Others require some pressure so they seat.
I think the bottle manufacturer knows about the leaking problem - they even say that if the bottle leaks you tightened it too much. This should dissuade most people from questioning the actual bottle, directing doubt to the end user. I have a rudimentary understanding of torque, assembly, etc - I've successfully assembled car engines, regularly fix things that require a balance of torque and tightness (plumbing stuff for example), and install relatively fragile (and torque limited) carbon fiber parts.
However, after a lot of experimenting, I can't figure out what causes the bottles to leak. Loose gaskets, tight gaskets, change nipples (there seems to be two shapes, one with a flared base, one with a squared off base, and I think they're not supposed to be different), the bottles still randomly leak.
So this morning our son had two bottles, 6 ounces at first, another 4 ounces later. Both bottles leaked enough that I used a burp cloth each (cloth diaper) to absorb the leaked formula, and his onesie is soaked for about a 3-4" radius below his chin.
As my wife said, "Honey, they just leak." Bottles shouldn't leak. It's a basic premise for having a closed system.
I'd recommend looking at other bottles.
Note that it's important to ensure everyone working with your child and using these bottles has a short tutorial on what parts go where and how to put them together. It's certainly not hard, but it's easy to forget one of the 4 parts at the top and then the milk will collapse on your child or they won't work properly.
In my mind this is the only brand to use because they work so well at fewer air bubbles which is more comfort for your child and less burping! Also, we have dropped one of these on hardwoods and it did not break. The bottles are about as sturdy as they come-not cheap glass but thick high quality. Buy them now for your first child, save them and use them for your 2nd and 3rd (4th and 5th?!!?)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are PLASTIC bottles, which I missed, but they're great and my son loves the nipples. We've moved up from the smaller glass Born Free bottles. I'll keep buying their products.Published 3 days ago by C. Rust
I used this brand and bottles with my first child years ago so it was easy to return to them for my second. No complaints. Easy to use and clean. Never had issues. Read morePublished 1 month ago by CVM
I wish I could give 0 star for these bottles. They leak horribly. I've got a starter set of this and liked it so I decided to get more big bottles and now they all leak and it... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Blossom
My daughter is my entire world, but when she started getting terrible gas from the previous bottles she was using , I went on a hunt for the best bottle for her. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Chelsea johnson
Very good bottles. I highly recommend them. I tried many other brands and ended up liking these as I use a sterilizer daily so needed bottles that could handle the high... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Catzi
These are really the best bottles. I ordered more for the days that I'm too lazy to wash! I recommend the Born Free bottle warmer too, especially if you are exclusively bottle... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dominique
I recommend this bottle to any parent, I also brought the Born Free Bottle Sanitizer, which fit the parts perfectly. My child never had an issue with gas. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lo