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Evenflo 6 Pack Classic Glass Bottle, 4-Ounce

by Evenflo
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  • Glass bottles do not contain BPA
  • Recyclable and great alternative to plastic
  • Sensitive response nipples promote even air flow
  • Clear glass bottle
  • 6 pack
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Evenflo 6 Pack Classic Glass Bottle, 4-Ounce + Evenflo 6 Pack Classic Glass Bottle, 8-Ounce + Evenflo Classic CustomFlow Silicone Nipples: Medium Flow
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight2.2 pounds
Product Dimensions5.4 x 7.9 x 7.1 inches
UPC032884161553
Item model number1015415
Material TypeGlass
Number of items1
Dishwasher safeYes
  
Additional Information
ASINB001F50FFE
Best Sellers Rank #4,256 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Evenflo Classic Glass Nursers are a great alternative to plastic, contain no BPA, and are recyclable. It includes sensitive response silicone slow flow nipples with Micro Air Vents which help promote an even flow of liquid.

Product Description

Features:
  • Reinforced Glass Bottles
  • Clear silicone nipple
  • Sensitive Response nipples with Micro Air Vents promote an even flow of liquid
  • See through glass bottle, 4 oz.
  • 100% recycleable
  • Comes with slow flow nipple (0-3 months)


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We highly recommend these bottles!
Genevieve
Evenflo bottles fit the Medela breast pumps so you can pump, freeze and feed in the same bottle.
Not Happy
So, these glass bottles have no BPA.
M. Ross

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421 of 426 people found the following review helpful By M. Ross VINE VOICE on May 3, 2010
It's always fun to write a review on those products that not only worked out great but also were a smashing value, to boot. This, along with the 8 oz version that we also used, is one of those products.

When I told my wife how much I loved these bottles, she just shook her head as if to say 'The poor man has gone mental.' Sure, I may spend more time with my power tools than baby bottles, but I quickly grew fond of feeding my baby daughter and I always appreciate a super product at a great value. Also, I figure there ought to be some positive side to my initial, terrifying, experience to shopping for feeding supplies. It was my mission, you see, to get the bottles and accessories necessary for feeding baby when mommy went back to work. (baby was breastfed and went to the bottle for pumped milk...) No problem, I thought. Go to the store, grab some bottles and be home in 20 minutes, I thought. Whoa. First time parents, you know what I am talking about: go into one of those giant baby supply stores and behold the section labeled 'feeding' and there it is - a wall 8 feet high by 40 feet long. (seemed like 100 feet long at the time) Shelves and shelves and shelves of JUST bottles, and we're not even talking about nipples. My wife thought I had instead gone to a bar when I finally got home 4 hours later, exhausted and overwhelmed. With no bottles. OK, so the review...

We wanted bottles with no BPA, which was beginning to make big news a few years ago, so we explored non-BPA options. There were plastic ones, but not all of them indicated on the bottle exactly what type of plastic they were. (you know, PETE, HDPE, LDPE, etc. with those little triangles on the bottom) That made me unsure of plastic. Then we considered glass. Would they break?
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93 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Not Happy on August 8, 2009
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Evenflo bottles fit the Medela breast pumps so you can pump, freeze and feed in the same bottle. The nipples are a little fast, particularly if you overtighten the tops. However, you can buy medela nipples instead if you prefer. And best of all, you needn't worry about BPA or any other yucky plastic chemicals.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By gshoes on December 1, 2011
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In addition to the well written reviews here I want to highlight one major flaw to these bottles. Don't bother with the nipples they come with, the flow is way too fast. Instead, buy the NUK Silicone Orthodontic Nipples, Slow Flow, Size 1, 2 Pack or NUK Orthodontic Latex Nipples, Slow Flow, Size 1, 2 Pack (my child likes the latex kind). They fit the ring on this bottle perfectly and are truly slow flow.

Medela pump + Evenflo glass bottle + NUK Slow Flow nipple = Our bottle system
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By comparison shoppin' momma on September 15, 2009
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I was nervous buying non-medela bottles because I wanted to have a seamless fit between the bottle and the pump. These seem like they'll be fantastic for breast milk storage AND they fit the threads on the pump replacement parts. Super price! No chemicals. Easy to boil and disinfect without worrying about melting. I'm one happy momma. (would be nice if evenflo created rubber grips and sold them SEPERATELY intead of only in pre packaged form)
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By E. Kerkow on October 7, 2010
I love this bottle and its 8oz friend. I used it for my first child for over a year for pumped breastmilk while I worked full time and am now using the same bottles for my second. The bottles are all as good as new. I pump directly into the bottles with my Medela pump, freeze in the bottles, even warm bottles with a First Years bottle warmer that steams to warm (although the manufacturer does not recommend this, it has never been a problem). I even use the bottles at work to keep half & half in- no one ever dares to steal it! I know there are a bajillion bottles to choose from to feed a baby, but there must be a reason this bottle is still around. No chemicals, sturdy, easy to find a different nipple if the supplied ones don't work for your baby (although I have not had any problem with the Evenflo ones). Not to mention priced appropriately. Why not stick with the classic?
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By K. Best on July 3, 2009
I have the Dr. Brown's glass bottles and love them, but I was annoyed that they only held 3.5 oz. I picked up a three pack of Evenflo's 4oz glass bottles and found that my 4mo old kept choking on her milk. The nipple flows too fast for her even now at 5 months. She is primarily breastfed and this may be why she finds the nipple to flow too fast. Additionally, it is difficult to remove the cap from the bottle top (the part that holds the nipple to the bottle) unless you screw the cap & bottle top to the bottle and then pull off the cap. This may seem trivial, however, when I have a hungry baby in one arm and I'm trying to get a bottle together with the other, the last thing I want to fuss with is trying to get the cap off the bottle top. I love the glass; I love the size; but I don't like the nipple on this bottle. I suppose it would be easy to simply use a different nipple. Overall - just okay.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Tatyana Yatsunov on February 10, 2010
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I have 3 kids. And I've struggled through every possible plastic bottle out there.
May be it's because these are my first GLASS bottles, or , may be, because they are just THE GREATEST, I love them! They are light (not as light as plastic, but easy to handle), look like new after every time I wash them, and only get better after sterilizing. Btw, the best way to sterilize them is just as the instruction says, boil for 3 mins. Fast and easy!
The size of the ring and the nipple is standard, so if we feel like the nipple flow is not right for your baby, try another nipple on the bottle. Most of them would fit and work just as well.
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