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Dr Brown's 8-oz. Natural Flow Standard Glass Baby Bottles 2-pk.


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8 Ounce
2
  • Reduces colic, spit-up, burping, and gas
  • Less oxidation helps maintain vitamins C, A and E
  • Vacuum-free feeding like breastfeeding
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Product Information

Size: 8 Ounce | Unit Count: 2
Technical Details
Item Weight1.2 pounds
Product Dimensions2.3 x 4.7 x 10.1 inches
OriginMade in US
UPC072239002636
Item model number263H-P2
Target genderUnisex
Material TypeLatex Free, BPA Free
Care instructionsdishwasher safe
Number of items2
Best usesnutrition & hydration
  
Additional Information
ASINB001XP34ZO
Best Sellers Rank #2,739 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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Product Description

Size: 8 Ounce | Unit Count: 2

Dr. Brown's bottle features a patented two-piece internal vent system that works unlike any other bottle design. The vent system fully vents our bottle for vacuum free feeding, which we call positive-pressure flow, similar to breastfeeding. As the baby feeds, air is channeled from the nipple collar through the vent system, bypassing the breast milk or formula, to the back of the bottle. Air never mixes with the breast milk or formula which minimizes oxidation and helps maintain essential nutrients like vitamins C, A and E. Babies feed more comfortably because the vent system allows them to nurse without fighting the negative effects of a vacuum or the discomfort of ingesting air bubbles. This helps to reduce feeding problems like colic, spit-up, burping, and gas. The breast milk or formula flows freely, without nipple collapse. Includes two 8 ounce glass bottles with two level one nipples, two 2 piece internal vents and one nipple cleaning brush. BPA Free.


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Customer Reviews

Easy to clean!
Courtney Padgett
It also seems to heat quicker and easier in the bottle warmer because the glass holds in some heat.
Amazon Customer
Reduces are bubbles in the milk and seems to be helping with both gas and reflux.
marc

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

86 of 93 people found the following review helpful By First Time Parents on November 22, 2011
Unit Count: 2Size Name: 8 Ounce
Over all we would recommend this product in a heart beat, after using these for 9 months, this is the pros and cons list we've come up with so far. Our daughter has always been prone to gas easy for multiple reasons, this was the only bottle that aided in the prevention of gas and colic the best. We noticed a difference immediately.

To help with cleaning we suggest keeping all the pieces soaking in some soapy water after each use until it's time to clean all the bottles (unless you clean after each use), it helps keep the pieces looking clean and new, it helps with the mildew issue. (Below in the cons list it explains more.) Dawn Ultra seems to work the best so far or the Dawn Power Soaks.

CONS

1--> The brown inserts that go into the blue straw/tubes collect mold and mildew fairly easy and need to be scrubbed and soaked every day. These pieces will color over time and get nasty looking. After around 7 months they need to be replaced , that is when our bottles began leaking. We replaced these pieces recently and the problem stopped.

2--> The tiny brush that comes with the bottles does not clean the brown inserts well, they are only good for the little holes and the nipples . We suggest investing in a good nipple brush so you can get all the gunk off successfully .It also gets lost easy due to it being so tiny and a clear'ish color. The Munchkin Deluxe nipple brush has worked best so far.

3--> Cleaning all the parts and pieces is a huge chore every day but it 100% worth it. Also, because of this reason, we would not recommend this bottle for parents of multiples or multiple children unless you have good help. Or unless your child really,really needs the extra help this bottle offers.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By JFASS on February 18, 2014
Unit Count: 3Size Name: 4 Ounce
I tried so many different bottles and they all claimed to come with "slow flow" nipples (even these bottles). Well, let me tell you, none of them are truly slow enough for a newborn baby. My baby was 2 weeks old when we introduced a bottle for her late night feeding. Well, every bottle/nipple we used would still cause her to suck in too much milk and she would choke and cough. It wasn't until we found Dr. Brown's preemie nipples that she was able to drink a bottle without taking in too much milk and coughing. So we bought these bottles and separately purchased the Dr. Brown Preemie nipples and it became the PERFECT bottle. For those of you breast feeding moms who are worried about nipple confusion like I was, these bottles and nipples did not cause any nipple confusion at all. My baby goes back and fourth between these nipples and my breast without a problem. I do make sure though that the majority of her feedings come from the breast. I only give 2 to 3 bottles in a day because I want to ensure she doesn't start preferring the bottle over breast. Now, two other things: 1- for the reviewer that said these bottles break easily, I find this NOT to be true. I have dropped this bottle at least twice on the hard floor and nothing happened to it. 2- for all the reviewers that say it is a pain to clean these bottles, I also find this NOT to be true. Yes, there are more parts to this bottle, but it's not any harder to clean. Pop everything into some hot soapy water, wash and let dry. It's not that hard people! I do make sure not to let the milk sit and dry in the bottle. I give them a quick rinse after we use it, which makes it easy to clean when I do get around to washing them.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Fire Dragon RN on September 18, 2009
Unit Count: 2Size Name: 8 Ounce
I love these glass bottles! The pictures are not accurate to what the bottles look like though, which for once is a good thing! These bottles don't have any labels on them, the Dr.Brown's is actually etched on the bottle as are the oz's, which means no pealing or flaking. The bottles are a little heavier than the BPA free ones obviously because they are glass. My daughter threw one on the floor many a times the days following purchase and not a crack or chip! These bottles are also 8 oz I'm not sure why it took so long to come out with the 4 and 8 oz versions, but I have both and love them! They clean easily enough and can go right in the dishwasher and come out spotless! I am very pleased with Dr Brown's bottles and their customer service! If you've ever had an issue and had to deal with a customer service rep from Dr Brown's they are EXCELLENT! They fully stand behind their product!
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42 of 52 people found the following review helpful By E. Estrada on May 31, 2011
Unit Count: 2Size Name: 8 Ounce
I bought these out of concern for BPA. We also had the regular plastic Dr. Browns. A few differences to point out. Oh, and my husband used these with pumped breastmilk (I don't know if that makes a difference).

1. These warm faster than a plastic bottle, so we tended to prefer these over the plastic

2. Obviously, plastic is not going to break - so if you have concrete or tile (where you're feeding) you may want to skip these. One of ours bit the dust on the kitchen tile. We dropped them a few times on carpet with no issue.

3. I felt like these were easier to clean than the plastic. It was easier to see the "dirt" in the bottom than with the plastics.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By nvalen on October 6, 2013
Unit Count: 3Size Name: 4 Ounce
I originally purchased the Born Free glass bottles, but the Level 1 nipple was too fast for our breast fed baby. Dr Browns sells a Preemie Flow nipple, so we switched to these bottles. They are great for breast fed babies, even though they aren't "wide mouth"! Few spit ups, gags and gas too!
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