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Gerber First Essential Clear View BPA Free Plastic Nurser With Latex Nipple, Assorted Colors, 9 Ounce, 3 Pack

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  • Durable, clear plastic
  • Latex nipples
  • Dishwashersafe/sterilizer safe
  • BPA free
  • Colors vary, you will receive blue, purple and green on this 3pk
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Gerber First Essential Clear View BPA Free Plastic Nurser With Latex Nipple, Assorted Colors, 9 Ounce, 3 Pack + Gerber First Essential 6 Pack Silicone Nipples, Fast Flow + Gerber First Essential Silicone BPA Free Nipples, Medium Flow, 6 Pack
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Product Information

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Technical Details
Item Weight7.2 ounces
Product Dimensions7.4 x 6.2 x 2.3 inches
OriginUSA
UPC885131764300 015000764302
Item model number76430
Material TypePlastic & Latex
Material freeBPA
Number of items1
Dishwasher safeYes
  
Additional Information
ASINB00140BE3W
Best Sellers Rank #1,234 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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Important Information

Safety Warning
Warning: to prevent possible choking hazard, test strength before each use by pulling the nipple in all directions. Discontinue use if it becomes sticky, enlarged, cracked, torn, or shows other signs of excessive wear. Allowing your child to spend prolonged periods of time drinking liquids, other than water, from this baby bottle may cause early childhood tooth decay.
Caution: do not attempt to enlarge the hole since this will affect product performance. Do not overheat: Always test temperature of liquid on wrist before feeding baby. Do not microwave, since this can cause uneven heating. Always supervise baby when feeding. To avoid injury, do not allow a child to walk or run with a bottle.

Directions
Care: Disassemble before cleaning. Prior to first use, sanitize by boiling in water for 5 minutes. For day to day cleaning, wash with hot water and mild detergent then rinse clean. Dishwasher safe (top rack). Allow to dry before storage.
Usage: To heat, use a bottle warmer, or place the bottle under hot running water or in a container of heated water. For hygiene and safety, replace nipples after about 2 months of use.

Product Description

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Product Description

Gerber® First essentials™ 4m+ Medium Flow 3 Clear View Bottles with Latex Nipple.
Assembled in USA.
BPA free.
Reduces colic with vented nipple design for less air.
#1 selling reusable baby bottle in the USA*.
*National brand sales in units.
Simple solutions for your baby.

From the Manufacturer

Durable, clear plastic bottles with latex nipples. Nipple-sealing and leak proof plastic hoods.


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Customer Reviews

Easy to clean and easy for her to hold.
Keekski
At least you can feel good about getting all your monies worth from these bottles since you can use them for a different purpose.
Mae W.
Great value and thankfully they are safe!
S. Rowe

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By LVChick on October 29, 2007
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I've mainly fed my daughter with Dr. Brown's but with all the BPA issues I decided to not take the risk and find BPA-free bottles to try. A lot of the popular BPA-free bottles, such as Born Free, are rather expensive, there's even one brand that's about $15-20 EACH bottle! I'm fortunate not to be on a strict budget but don't want to blow money either - so when I found these recommended in Parents magazine I decided to give try them. They're great! My daughter likes them, have not had one leakage problem in 2 months of use, less parts to clean than Dr. Brown's, I don't have to worry when putting them in the dishwasher, and the best part is that they're so affordable!!!! I also replaced the latex nipples (that they come with) with silicone replacement nipples that are also made by Gerber.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Sykes on October 18, 2010
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Like most couples we spent a lot of time and money trying different types of feeding bottles. The First Years Soothie worked well initially for our baby daughter but after a while the flow was too weak and latching also became difficult for her. The next size up nipple was too strong and made her choke. We then spent a small fortune trying Dr Browns, Avent, Playtex Ventaire, and a couple of others. Some bottles she outright refused, others caused tummy pain/gas.

We were a little skeptical at first about these Gerber bottles since they're so much cheaper than the rest. But in this instance the price is by no means a reflection of the quality of this product. It took a couple of attempts but our baby soon became comfortable with these bottles. My wife and I were delighted with the results (only wish we had discovered these sooner). Obviously it may not work everyone but here are the key benefits for us:
1. steady milk flow (not too fast and not too slow) - started when was 3 months old, now she is 4 and a half months.
2. no colic or gas issues
3. BPA free
4. bottles have never leaked!
5. very easy to clean, nothing fiddly (important to us since we're low on sleep)
6. latex nipples (our baby seems to prefer these to silicone)
7. air inside bottle is replaced when milk is sucked out so there is no excess pressure when milk is low

In our experience there is nothing bad about these bottles. Sometimes there is a faint hissing sound when air is replacing milk, but that hasn't bothered our daughter. Every baby is different I know and some wont like this I'm sure, but for the price you cant go wrong. Its definitely worth a try.

Cheers,
John
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 30, 2008
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I was searching everywhere for BPA-free alternative to the Dr. Brown's bottles we'd been using, then I find these at my local Target for under three bucks! Awesome!

These bottles are great if you're looking for a polypropylene bottle. The quality is good, and the ones I got already came with silicone nipples. That being said, these don't have any type of anti-gas/colic airflow/venting system... That I can tell. Mind you, this isn't a complaint, I didn't expect more for such a low price! A really nice thing about these bottles is that they are 9 ounce bottles not just 8. Anyone who has ever added powdered formula to 8 ounces of water, knows that it makes MORE than 8 ounces. :-) So, these should help with situations like that.

The main thing I liked about these bottles is that I was able to adapt them and use them with the Dr. Brown's airflow system (parts). We were quite attached to the airflow system in the Dr. Brown's bottles, so I shortened the reservoir (the long stick-insert) from the standard 8oz. Doc Brown's bottles, and then just used these Gerber bottles with all of the previously used Doc Brown's parts.

So far my baby doesn't seem to know the difference, and I am happy to not be using bottles that could be harmful to him.

Basically, these are a good alternative to anyone looking for an inexpensive bottle that does what it's supposed to, and doesn't break the bank. Thanks Gerber!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brandon Smith on May 16, 2013
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My son loves his cereal bottles but we could never find bottles made specifically for that. (this is before he can eat from spoon). so we bought these and cut a slit in the top and they work just fine for medium thick cereal. unlike the silicone nipples which when you cut them they keep tearing when he tried to eat out of it and after two feedings it just fell in half. these type don't do that, you cut a slit it stays that size. probably won't need to buy more for my son but if we have another baby i will buy more like this.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By PghYinzer on November 18, 2008
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Our favorite bottles are the Evenflo fashion tints - they're also BPA free and about the same price as these. We're not bottle snobs by any means!!!

I tried these because the store had only these, no Evenflos. They seemed so similar, I thought it would be fine.

We got the ones with the silicone nipples. Latex wigs me out. Who wants to taste rubber?

The nipples are a little skinnier than the Evenflo ones. One baby showed some dislike for this, the other didn't seem to care (I have twins). It wasn't a huge deal.

What I really didn't like, though, was that these bottles seem to collapse on us. The baby will get to sucking and the bottle starts to cave in, the nipple collapses, you have to pull the bottle out and let it puff back up. Maybe it's because they don't vent as well as the Evenflos or maybe because the plastic is thinner - the Evenflos feel sturdier.

Basically they're adequate but not our favorite. We use them when everything else is dirty.

The price is nice, you can pump into which is nice (though I suggest the SMALLER ones for pumping) - I just don't like how they collapse. For the same price get Evenflo in the bpa free - you'll be happier. If this is all you can find, though, it'll do.
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