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Dr. Brown's BPA Free Polypropylene Natural Flow Wide Neck Bottle, 8 Ounce, 3 Count

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  • 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: 24 | Color: One Color
Technical Details
Item Weight13 ounces
Product Dimensions2.8 x 8.3 x 9 inches
OriginUSA
UPC072239004807 072239004753
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Item model number480-P3
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation16 Ounces
Maximum weight recommendation96 Pounds
Material TypePolypropylene
Material freePhthalate, BPA, Latex, PVC, Nitrosamine
Care instructionsWash with warm soapy water before using
Number of items3
Dishwasher safeYes
Bottle nipple typeTraditional Silicone Nipple
Bottle typeWide Mouth, Vented, Anti-Colic
Specification metNo
  
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Best Sellers Rank #51 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Size: 24 | Color: One Color

From the Manufacturer

This is created by a physician. Dr. Brown's Natural Flow baby bottles feature a patented internal vent system that helps reduce colic, spit up, burping and gas. Its positive pressure design allows babies to feed comfortably, because the vent system eliminates the air bubbles and vacuum. All the parts are dishwasher safe. Dr. Brown's 3-pack of wide neck 8 oz Polypropolene baby bottles comes with Level 1 silicone nipples and cleaning brush.

Product Description

The Dr. Brown's Natural Flow Wide-Neck 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

While they do have extra parts to clean, they're worth it.
T. Agnew
I really like the wide neck bottles, as they are easier to hold on to.
Fatemia Fuson
Great bottles for newborns, helps to reduce gas and air bubbles.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

67 of 69 people found the following review helpful By sdteacher on February 13, 2011
Color Name: One ColorSize Name: 24
In the first month and a half of my baby's life, we went through an enormous challenge trying to breastfeed, but, due to low milk supply (yes, I tried Fenugreek and a bunch of other stuff!), switched to mostly formula. We experimented with a bunch of bottles, so here is a comparison review:

Least Favorite: The First Years Breastflow The First Years Breastflow BPA Free Bottle 3-Pack, 5 Oz

We tried the Breastflow first because it was recommended by my lactation specialist as being the closest to the breast. In that respect, it does have an advantage. I haven't seen any other bottles on the market designed to mimic the mother's nipple the way these are. However, there were other problems with this bottle that ultimately made it my least favorite. Primarily, the flow was extremely variable. At times we would find it was flowing so fast my daughter would be dribbling everywhere, and then at the next feeding it would be so slow she could barely get anything out. This was ultimately very frustrating and we decided to move on.

Just Okay: Playtex VentAire Playtex BPA Free VentAire ADVANCED Wide Bottles 9 oz - 3 Pack (Colors Vary)

The second type of bottle we tried was the VentAire. We stuck with the wide nipple to hopefully continue to support breastfeeding. Luckily for us, though, our baby adapted really well to different types of nipples and didn't really have more trouble latching after switching to primarily using bottles. The nipple shape may be a bigger issue for some babies.
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62 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Seattleite on February 19, 2012
Color Name: One ColorSize Name: 24 Verified Purchase
My baby likes these bottles. She almost never spits up, so Mommy likes these bottles too. There are a lot of parts, but I'll take the extra hassle with the dishwasher rack over cleaning up spit-up every feeding.

When I first started using these, they leaked constantly--I'd warm up the milk, tip them over to feed, tip them back upright, and when I went to tip the bottle back over to feed the baby, milk leaked out all around the white bottle collar, soaking the baby's chest and making a mess. What the heck? After talking with Dr. Brown's customer service line (great service, highly recommend) and a bunch of trial and error, we learned the technique to avoid leakage.

The thing that causes them to leak is any liquid or condensation inside that two-part valve assembly.

Key ways to avoid that:

1. Use only completely dry parts when you assemble a bottle.

2. After washing, help the bottle parts dry completely. Make sure to get all water out of the tan pyramid-looking part and the blue valve. A bit of water can get trapped inside the empty space that runs through it. Best system is to run them through the dishwasher AND then let them dry for another hour on the counter too, so they are completely dry. That's the most important part.

3. If you warm up a bottle, heat it with ONLY the flat white screw-on lid on the bottle. Don't include the nipple or valve when you warm it up. If you use the steamer, then dry off the bottle completely when you take it out, including the grooves where the cap screws on. Assemble the bottle ONLY after the liquid is warmed use only completely dry parts.

Never ever heat a fully assembled bottle. Warming liquid forces condensation up into the valve, and then the bottle will leak all over the place. Never do it.

That did it for us. We never had another leak. Hope that helps!
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Danielle on December 15, 2011
Color Name: WhiteSize Name: 4
If you are looking for the best option out there for reducing gas/colic/spit-up, this is your answer. We have tried NUK, Playtex Drop-Ins, Avent, BornFree, Dr. Weil, and Soothie bottles. When it comes to reducing gas, especially for newborns, these are the clear winner. My son had a really sensitive stomach (we even used sensitive formula), and these were the only thing that helped. My daughters weren't as sensitive, but I noticed a clear change in the amount of gas and spit up they had after using these.

Once you understand how the internal vent works, it makes sense why these bottles are the best for tiny bellies. While the Avent is also very popular, you can see how the Avent system allows air to come in underneath formula at the end of an inverted bottle where the nipple meets the bottle. This leads to teeny, tiny, micro-bubbles that filter up in the formula. While all of my babies were able to use Avents later in infancy without trouble, those tiny bubbles were troubling as newborns. Dr. Brown's bottles don't suck air in, but prevent any vacuum in the first place.

However, Dr. Brown's are not the most streamlined bottles if you just need a run-of-the-mill feeding device, particularly for older infants. There are many parts with tiny holes and crevices to clean (they even provide you with a q-tip sized brush for such pieces), and there are occasional malfunctions that lead to spills. If you fill the bottle above the "fill" line, you can count on a spill.

My solution to the cleaning issue if you don't put bottles in the dishwasher (I don't when my babies are real little, don't want any detergent residue..), is to rinse the bottles after feedings to remove the majority of the formula. Then I put the bottles in a hot, soapy soak in the sink.
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