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BornFree 9 oz. Wide Neck Glass Bottle


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Item Weight10.4 ounces
Product Dimensions3.2 x 3.3 x 7.6 inches
UPC853049001343
Material Typeglass
Number of items1
  
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ASINB000UC56O8
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9 oz. BornFree Bisphenol-A Free glass bottle, complete with the new innovative air vent which helps reduce colic symptoms. Each bottle comes with a Level 1 nipple and a cover. Dishwasher safe (top rack).


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Plus the bottle itself is glass, with no danger of BPA!
Rebekah Fox
They can be sterilized in the dishwasher without worries about degrading plastic.
Far and Away
The mouth is also very wide so easy to make formula in.
marti

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Far and Away on March 16, 2008
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Due to concerns about plastic, my family went with this glass bottle. We tried 2 to begin with, and loved it so much we bought 8 more! The bottles are very durable and made of very thick glass. They can be sterilized in the dishwasher without worries about degrading plastic. We've been using these for over 6 months now with no problem of the markings coming off. Love it!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By tails on August 14, 2010
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These glass bottles contain a plastic internal valve that the milk has to pass through before your baby drinks it. What's the point of a glass bottle if it's full of plastic components? (According to the packaging, the bottle cannot be used without the valve, so taking it out isn't an option.)

Evenflo glass bottles don't have internal plastic (and are 1/5 the price of these); I just wish they came in wide mouth.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By C. Scanlan on December 19, 2007
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The measurement markings on the bottles will come off, the company is aware of this issue, and is not willing to do anything about it!

The box that the glass bottle comes in says "Dishwasher safe". I have had the bottles for 3 weeks, washed them on the top rack of the dishwasher once a day, and the markings have started fading, on some bottles almost completely, making it difficult to measure water for formula accurately, and adding an extra step in with having to sterilize something else to use to measure the water before putting it in the bottle.

When I called the company to try to resolve the issue, I spoke to someone who identified herself as a customer service manager. When I told her that the markings had faded she acknowledged that that happens when they are washed in the dishwasher but not if they are boiled. She said this is because they don't use any harsh chemicals and use food grade dye for safety. When I told her that the bottles are only 3 weeks old she said it doesn't always happen that quickly.

That's all very well, but what about the integrity of the product, and the statement on the box and on the website that they are dishwasher safe if they clearly aren't? What about informing the consumer who purchases the product about the possibility of the markings disappearing IF a dishwasher is used?

When I asked her how she could resolve my problem, she said "Unfortunately there is nothing I can do."

For an emerging company in a market that is going to be fiercely competitive, I believe that this is a substandard product, and the company has substandard customer service. I deeply regret spending $100 on 10 bottles from this company.
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16 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Meg Richard on October 22, 2008
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I bought this bottle for my occasional use of bottles with pumped breastmilk, but careful as I tried to be, getting my large infant son out of his non-carrier carseat, hefting him on one hip and wrestling to get the bottle in the diaper bag, I dropped it and it smashed all over the asphalt. That was when I found a better bisphenol-A free solution. The Kleen Kanteen leach-free stainless-steel sippy cup comes with the Avent sippy spout, and is therefore interchangeable with Avent nipples, and coincidentally, the nipple from this bottle as well. So I kept the nipple from the smashed bottle, and popped it into the ring that came with the Kleen Kanteen sippy, and voila, a stainless steel baby bottle with the nice nipple that keeps proper sucking posture at the breast. Best of all worlds. And unlike Sigg stainless, the Kleen Kanteen is not coated with epoxy on the inside. For my money, why drink out of epoxy if getting away from chemicals in water is the whole point?
I don't work for Kleen Kanteen (but I should, huh?) but the switching of the nipple for the sippy spout gave me an indestructable leach-free baby bottle that can also be the baby's sippy cup, and later, child's sport bottle, just by changing the spout. Talk about a lasting value! However I will warn that this solution did NOT come with the built-in valve to equalize pressure, so using the stainless steel sippy as a bottle meant that vacuum did build up and my baby had to stop sucking periodically to allow the nipple to draw air so it wouldn't collapse. For an older baby it's no big deal, but I can see why for a younger baby, that self-equalizing valve is important.

As for this bottle, it was great for its purpose, easier to clean than narrow glass bottles, and I would never use plastic again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By marti on May 12, 2011
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I switched over to Born Free when bubs was 4.5 months because I started to become really concerned about other chemicals leaking into the milk due to BPA free plastic baby bottles. Researched for quite a while and glass bottles are quite expensive. I switched from the Avent system and was quite concerned that baby wouldn't like them. It took him a few days to adjust to the speed of the new nipples but he is fine now (stage 2, he is almost five months). I was also concerned about the venting system working like Avent so that he wouldn't get gas in his stomach. Let me assure you that the system is different but also limits the gas, you can see the bubbles rising to the surface just like Avent. When I got the bottles I was pleasantly surprised that they placed a cap like insert with the bottle so that you can close up the bottle without the nipple. With Avent you must buy these separately. Also, these bottles really are leak free as long as you screw them tight enough. No more annoying milk leaks after shaking up the bottle. The mouth is also very wide so easy to make formula in. The bottles that I got were not from Amazon (found cheaper. $7.50 for a 9oz) but another provider so the ml markings were engraved in the bottle. This is nice because they will never rub off, but also a bit hard to see in the dark. The bottle has five parts all together which is a bit annoying to clean and put together but because I wanted a good quality glass bottle that is what you have to live with. As other reviewers have mentioned you can tell this is good quality glass, very thick. It is not Pyrex though so be careful heating or going from extreme temperatures. I hope to save these bottles if I have another baby. Also, a good tip for parents-to-be.Read more ›
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