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Dr. Brown's 3 Pack BPA Free Polypropylene Bottle, 8 oz

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8 Ounce
3 Count
  • Positive-pressure flow for vacuum-free feeding that is similar to breastfeeding
  • Reduces feeding problems like colic, spit-up, burping and gas
  • Vent system that removes air from milk maintains essential vitamins such as C, A and E
  • Helps prevent fluid in the ear
  • BPA, PVC, lead and phthalate free
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Product Information

Size: 8 Ounce | Style: 3 Count
Technical Details
Item Weight6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions7 x 2 x 8.5 inches
OriginUSA
UPC072239002803
Item model number280-P3
Material TypePolypropylene
Material freePhthalate, BPA, Latex, PVC, Nitrosamine
Care instructionsWash with warm soapy water before using
Number of items3
Style3 Count
Best usesnutrition & hydration
Dishwasher safeYes
Bottle nipple typeTraditional Silicone Nipple
Bottle typeNatural Flow, Vented, Anti-Colic
  
Additional Information
ASINB0018JWAF0
Best Sellers Rank #239 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11.2 ounces (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 | Style: 3 Count

From the Manufacturer

Dr. Brown's bottles feature a patented internal vent which reduces air bubbles and helps to prevent fluid in your baby's ears. Bottles are compatible with breast feeding, and they help colicky babies settle down and sleep. They also reduce colic, spit-up, burping and gas and are easy to clean. These are dishwasher safe and include three 8 oz. natural flow standard bottles. Polypropylene bottles are BPA Free.

Product Description

The Dr. Brown's Natural Flow Standard Baby Bottles offer a wonderful feeding experience with innovative vent technology. Dr Brown's bottles use a patented 2-piece internal vent system for your baby's comfort. This system creates positive-pressure flow for vacuum-free feeding that is similar to breastfeeding. The breast milk or formula flows freely without nipple collapse. As the baby feeds, air is channeled from the nipple collar through the vent system to the back of the bottle. Air never mixes with the breast milk or formula so oxidation is prevented, thereby maintaining essential vitamins such as C, A and E. The vent system eliminates air bubbles in the formula or milk, which helps to reduce feeding problems like colic, spit-up, burping and gas. Dr. Brown's bottles are completely BPA, PVC, lead and phthalate free for your baby's safety. Each bottle comes with 1 Level-One silicone nipple, 1 two-piece patented internal vent system, 1 cleaning brush and instructions.


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Customer Reviews

There are extra parts to wash and assemble, but it is worth it.
L. Reinhardt
Also, none of the bottles had leaking issues- the following comparisons are on a 'all else being equal' basis.
A. Churchill
My baby loved these bottles and the air system helped reduce the gas associated with bottles.
SLH

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

75 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Cheryl Hill on September 24, 2009
Style Name: 3 CountSize Name: 8 Ounce
Having had a colicy first child, I chose to try the Dr. Brown's bottles in additional to several other types & brands. I've ended up storing all the others and using the Dr. Brown's exclusively.

After reading countless reviews, I've bought and tried several other types/brands. All bottles other than the Dr. Browns created suction. The nipples would collapse, resulting in leaks and a frustrated, gassy baby. I would have to remove the bottle from his mouth to get the air (and bubbles)to go back into the bottle so he could start sucking again. The gas in his belly would last hours-making him uncomfortable and disrupting his sleep. (equals tired, cranky Mommy)

The Dr. Brown's were the only bottles that I didn't have that problem with. My son is able to feed continuously and comfortably with a consistent flow and no air bubbles. Our feedings are cleaner, relaxing, and more comfortable.

Other reviews have sited a "con" as having more bottle parts to wash. I thought that would be tedious, but gave the Dr. Brown's a try anyway. Thus far, it has NOT been an issue. ANY bottle you use will have atleast 3 parts to wash (bottle, collar, nip) the Dr. Brown's have an additional 2 parts (resevoir tube, valve). I am happy to spend an extra minute at the sink, rather than countless hours with a fussy baby. The trade-off is a no brainer.

The ONLY issue that I've had with the Dr. Brown's is that the stage 1 nips still flowed too fast for my newborn. I am using the Playtex Air Vent Stage 1 nips instead. I have not tried the Br. Brown' premie nips, but suspect they'd work just as well. FYI-the Dr. Brown's are slightly taller than other bottles when they have the cap on. Keep that in mind if you're buying a bottle cooler for travel.
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58 of 61 people found the following review helpful By ladybugnw on June 7, 2012
Style Name: 3 CountSize Name: 8 Ounce
Our twins spent 3 weeks in the NICU after they were born for several reasons. After many of the severe issues cleared up for them, they still were not able to come home until they were able take full feeds by themselves (by bottle) every time. The nurses used our dr. brown bottles we had bought. I was told by several of the NICU nurses that Dr. Brown's were the best....so I was very glad that I had chosen those bottles for our babies.

Fast forward two months and having the babies home now....these bottles LEAK!! My husband and I have been soaked several times--and the problem is they are inconsistenly leaking--we COULD NOT figure out why they were leaking. I had just opened another new package of these bigger bottles as we are starting to outgrow the 4 ounce ones, and I looked at the informational packet inside. The print is SOOO small--like a size 4 font, seriously! Anyway, I read through it trying to determine if there was something I was doing wrong, and sure enough, the last part says that the blue insert needs to have the hole vent up and not covered in formula. SO, we put it to the test. and YES, no more leaks. So we line up the brown insert holes with the "DR. BROWN" words on the bottle and make sure the blue tube end is up when we put together the bottle so when the "Dr. Brown" words are facing up, the bottle wont leak. Works like a charm. Hope this makes sense. I am sleep deprived and exhausted but had to leave this message for any other weary mom who is just about to give up. My husband was about to spend over $125 on new bottles so I'm very glad I found this out. HOpe this helps someone too.
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27 of 34 people found the following review helpful By N. Wimmert on December 26, 2008
Style Name: 3 CountSize Name: 8 Ounce
These bottles definitely help to reduce colic. The thing I love the most about them is the fact they are BPA free. It is nice to know you aren't putting unnecessary chemicals in your baby's body.
These bottles are great because my son had such bad colic he was screaming when he would eat. The vent system in these bottles virtual eliminates any air from getting to your baby's tummy. The only downfall to these bottles is they are a little more labor intensive to wash and put together. You have one or two more pieces to put together over regular bottles. However, if your baby has any amount of colic it is definitely worth the extra few minutes of assembly for their tummy's sake.
One thing to note is at one point they began making these bottles with the ounce markers marked as raised, clear numbers. This made is EXTREMELY difficult to see how full you were filling up the bottle. However, I have since bought some and the markers on them are blue, making it much easier to read the ounces you are making. It is not that big of a deal unless you're doing a 2:30 am feeding and trying to fill the bottle up without being able to see the markings.
Overall, these are the best bottles on the market. They truly do help eliminate colic and keep your baby safe and out of harmful chemicals way like BPA.
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47 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Keri Larson on December 18, 2008
Style Name: 3 CountSize Name: 8 Ounce
I read a review of the glass Dr. Brown bottles that complained that the painted-on ounces markings wore off in the dishwasher, so I got two glass bottles and two of these BPA-free PP ones just to see. The big drawback is that the plastic ones hold in smells. I made the mistake of washing them once with Mrs. Meyer's dish soap, and they are basically ruined because they are now permanently honeysuckle scented, which is gross. Even just running them through the dishwasher with scent-free Method dishwasher tabs caused them to retain the scent of hot, washed food. It's really not something I would ever want to make my baby smell while drinking. Get the glass--you can hand wash them (it takes TWO minutes) if you're worried about losing the paint (which hasn't happened to me after 7 months) and they rinse clean, every time.
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