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Lansinoh mOmma Feeding Bottle, 5 Oz, 1 Count (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

from Lansinoh
4.5 out of 5 stars 273 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • NaturalWave Nipple encourages natural oral development
  • Nipple enables baby to use feeding actions learned at the breast
  • Round shape - easy and comfortable for baby to hold
  • Interchangeable with mOmma Non-Spill and Straw Cup lids
  • Protective cover for leak-free, hygienic coverage on the go
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Product Description

Product Description

The Lansinoh mOmma Feeding Bottle with the NaturalWave Nipple ensures baby gets your precious breastmilk even when you’re apart. Its NaturalWave Nipple encourages natural oral development, and enables baby to use feeding actions learned at the breast. The round shape is easy and comfortable for baby to hold, and the bottle is interchangeable with mOmma non-spill and straw cup lids.

From the Manufacturer

Lansinoh 5 ounce Feeding Bottle has the Air Ventilation System (AVS) that reduces gas. It is a spill-proof wide-neck bottle. The nipple is slow-flow, 100% silicone, BPA free and has a hygienic protective cover.

Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions3.2 x 3.2 x 4.4 inches
UPC885212449010 044677710305
Item model number71030
Material TypePhthalate Free, Latex Free, Lead Free, BPA Free
Material freeBPA Free
Number of items1
Batteries requiredNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB006YPTWHC
Best Sellers Rank #38,668 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.2 ounces
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

I am the daddy of a breastfed baby. Mommy went back to work and we were struggling to get our 2 month old to take a bottle. She understood milk was there, but had no idea what to do with the firm nipples that most bottle companies (even the breastfeeding friendly ones) us with their bottles. On a frustrated shopping trip to in a rainstorm I happened upon the Lansinoh mOmma bottles. They are nothing short of amazing. Who would think to make a nipple and bottle to simulate a real breast, you know that silly thing that children are designed to feed upon through millions of years of evolution. They are brilliant. The nipples are soft yet don't collapse while the bottle is squat and allows for a feeding position that mimics breastfeeding.

Thank you Lansinoh!
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This is my first Amazon product review--the Lansinoh mOmma worked so well under desperate circumstances that I felt compelled to let other parents know.

Our exclusively breastfed 11-week-old daughter took to the Lansinoh mOmma with two weeks to spare before I had to go back to work. We had tried several different standard, wide-neck "breastfeeding", and orthodontic silicone nipples (Tommee Tippee, Comotomo, Avent Natural, Breastflow, Nuk, and Dr. Brown's). She latched on the mOmma right away--she took 2 oz. with her first feeding (some fussing), 3 oz. with her second feeding (minimal fussing), and 4 oz with her third feeding (no fussing, and even fell asleep as she would at my breast!).

We first introduced a bottle at 5 weeks, but the most she would take from the first two bottles we tried (Tommee Tippee and Avent) was 1 oz. We wish we had tried the mOmma first, as it would have saved us both the cost of assembling a bottle 'collection' and the worry that feeding would be difficult for her caregivers.

We observed two problems that the above mentioned silicone nipples posed for our baby: 1) The nipple would slide around in her mouth; or 2) The nipple was so long that she would gag on it. Both prevented her from latching properly. I should mention that we did not try latex nipples--some parents on the Nuk bottle reviews cited success with this as softer and grippier, and it would have been our next try had the mOmma not worked.

The three features that distinguishes the mOmma from other bottles is 1) the shorter and smaller nipple which gently slopes to a wide base; 2) the matte area around the base of the nipple which encourages proper latching; and 3) the short, round bottle shape.
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These bottles are fine. Our daughter never really took to bottles but would sometimes take this with water (never with milk of any kind though, only wanted the "real deal"). The one downside is that because of the shape sometimes water would lie in the top of the bottle and not dry that quickly.
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Ever since birth, my son has not taken a liking to the pacifier or bottle. I don't know if it was the texture or what. I need to train him on bottle for when I get back to work. I have tried almost every brand of bottle and he has gagged or spit out every time. I saw this from a forum via google and went on Amazon to read more about it. After reading the reviews from moms who had similar problems, I gave it a try. As soon as I got it, I put breastmilk and tried it on my 3 month old. He tried to spit it out but after a few seconds, he took it and latched on like a champ!!! A huge sigh of relief!

After this, I was going to try Dr. Brown's and Tommee Tippee, but this bottle was great!!!! The nipple's structure and texture was very similar to momma's, so it worked great.

Definitely recommend it for those who are struggling with switching breast to bottle!

ETA: This is my first review ever and had to share my opinion with other mommas out there! Good Luck!!
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I got this bottle for my exclusively breastfed 6 month old who was never introduced to a bottle as a young infant. We tried several other bottles and nipples and he would never latch. After reading a review from a lactation consultant I decided to they these.

At first I was impressed with the bottle because he would latch 50% of the time - a huge improvement from never latching. Sadly, after several weeks of practice I was never able to get him to latch reliably. I left him with grandma while I attended a wedding and he outright refused to latch for her.

They are very annoying to clean. They are dishwasher safe but the interior lip of the bottle always traps water even when placed in the dishwasher completely upright. I never felt like they were completely clean since leftover dishwasher water was sloshing around in them. Even when I hand washed them and set them out to dry the water would pool on the lip.

Milk gets trapped inside the bottle lip during feedings. I struggled with milk supply so pumped milk was like gold and it was frustrating to see milk wasted. The only way to get all the milk out is to hold the bottle completely upside down and swirl it around to encourage the milk off the interior lip. Not exactly a natural angle to hold a bottle while feeding a baby.

I never did find a good way to warm milk inside this bottle (it is short and fat). Instead, I warmed the milk in the glass bottle that I pump into and then poured it into the mOmma bottle.

My son started on a straw sippy cup (Playtex Baby First Lil' Gripper Twist 'n Click Straw Trainer Cup, 7 Ounce, Colors May Vary) at 10 months and I completely gave up on bottles.
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