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Lifefactory bottles offer a tactile surface for tiny hands.
Bottles that grow with baby through toddlerhood, silicone teethers, and value bundle gift packs. Get off to a healthy start with Lifefactory:
An excellent option for families that want to minimize plastics in their feedings, Lifefactory baby bottles are made of the highest quality, thermal shock resistant borosilicate glass--allowing them to transition safely from freezer to boiling water. The silicone sleeves provide a good gripping surface for little hands and helps protect against the occasional drop. Lifefactory bottles can be used with a variety of nipples and caps allowing them to transition from babyhood to toddlerhood and beyond.
very happy with this leech free glass bottle for infants who cannot hold their bottle yet.Published 4 days ago by John Smith
I wanted to like this bottle at least enough to justify the cost. I gave it 2 stars for being cute, but that's really the only positive thing I can say. Read morePublished 22 days ago by April Reyne
I love this mini size. Perfect for my kids lunch boxes. My kids are elementary age now so instead of using them as a baby bottle, I put the regular LifeFactory caps on them. Read morePublished 23 days ago by J Berger
Like this now discontinued item, but it took FOREVER to arrive. I use it as a water bottle with a white cap. Very durable, and easy to clean on the top rack of the dishwasher. Read morePublished 1 month ago by AA
The best glass bottles out there. I would pay triple for them. I'm super clumsy and have broken other glass bottles in the past. These do not break (at least in my experience). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lindsey Fry
...but the plastic ring that secures the nipple cracked. I've always hand-washed my bottles so I don't know what happened exactly. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lorena De La Rosa