Gerber NUK Orthodontic 5-oz. Bottles - 3-pk Colors Vary
- Simulates and supports breastfeeding
- preventing vacuum build up
- BPA free
- Nuk air system vents the bottle
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Top Customer Reviews
My one gripe with the bottle is that because the nipple hold placement is on the side of a nipple as opposed to directly on the top, if you shake the bottle with formula in it, the formula leak out, even with the cap on! We learned this the hard way when absent mindedly tossing a full bottle into a backpack, and it tipped over sideways! If you're conscientious about keeping your bottles upright, you wont have a problem. You will need to either use your finger to block the hole when mixing formula, or use a spoon. Most people will most likely overlook this one inconvenience, as having an easier time feeding your baby trumps over all.
The 5-ounce bottle set comes with the slow flow nipples. The 8-ounce bottles come with medium flow nipples. For those who think these bottles are too expensive, often Gerber sends out coupons that include $3 off any Nuk Bottle. At Target, these bottles are generally priced around $5 per bottle for either the 5- or 8-ounce size.
Outside of the bottle cap leaking problem, I would recommended this bottle to my new mommy friends! Recommended!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really liked these bottles but found out they potentially contain BPA. Upon calling Gerber they stand behind not removing BPA due to insufficent studies. Read morePublished on May 28, 2009 by Dime the Reviewer
I love the bottles. And the reason I gave it one star is that I have never paid more than $13 for set of three (5 or 10 oz.) bottles. Read morePublished on March 9, 2009 by A. Agnieszka
The bottle is great and PBA free. The vent idea is great, but does not work in preventing a vacuum, like the old Gerber wide silicone nipples that vented throuh the base. Read morePublished on February 19, 2009 by S. Fernandez
This is a great bottle, worked well for my two months old, but as I just discovered, it reportedly, according to several sites, is made of type of plastic that contains BPA, which... Read morePublished on April 22, 2008 by R. pyasta
why would you risk all the hazzards out there with cinnection to bphs' link to so many illnesses. go with glass bottles or the non clear type bottles that do not leach this stuff. Read morePublished on March 3, 2008 by tvguyer