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Lifefactory 4-Ounce Glass Baby Bottle with Silicone Sleeve and Stage 1 Nipple, Spring Green

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Spring Green
4 Ounce
  • Innovative 4-ounce (120 ml) glass baby bottle with protective silicone sleeve, Stage 1 silicone nipple for newborn infants from 0 to 3-months and polypropylene (PP#5) cap, ring and stopper
  • Thermal shock resistant borosilicate glass bottle transitions safely from freezer to boiling water; all components are dishwasher safe; sleeve and bottle can be washed/sterilized together
  • Protective medical-grade silicone sleeve provides a tactile non-slip gripping surface and helps prevent breakage
  • Bottle grows with baby--use with Lifefactory stage 1, 2, 3 and Y-cut nipples, sippy caps and leakproof flat caps ; compatible with most major breast pumps
  • Healthy alternative to plastic bottle feeding--all components are made in the U.S. or Europe and are BPA/BPS-free and phthalate-free
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Lifefactory 4-Ounce Glass Baby Bottle with Silicone Sleeve and Stage 1 Nipple, Spring Green + Lifefactory Sippy Caps for 4 & 9-ounce Glass Bottles, 2-pack, Ocean/Spring Green + Lifefactory Stage 3 Silicone Nipples, 6+ Months, 2-Pack
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Product Information

Color: Spring Green | Size: 4 Ounce
Technical Details
Item Weight5.6 ounces
Product Dimensions1 x 1 x 1 inches
OriginChina
UPC705105299334
Item model number110048
Target genderUnisex
Material TypeGlass
Material freeBPA, PVC, Phthalate
Care instructionsAll parts are dishwasher-safe, or they can be hand-washed., Nipples should be washed on the top rack of the dishwasher only.
Number of items1
Batteries requiredNo
Dishwasher safeYes
  
Additional Information
ASINB003CJSXW8
Best Sellers Rank #2,404 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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Product Description

Color: Spring Green | Size: 4 Ounce

Product Description

All babies deserve a healthy start. Reduce exposure to plastics and ensure purity with Lifefactory Glass Baby Bottles. Lifefactory reinvents the glass bottle your grandmother used with a patented silicone sleeve that offers a tactile gripping surface for little hands and helps protect against the occasional drop. Made of the highest quality, thermal shock resistant borosilicate glass from France, Lifefactory bottles transition safely from freezer to boiling water. Bottle and silicone sleeve can be washed and sterilized together. All nipple components are top-rack dishwasher safe. The 4-ounce (120 ml) bottle comes with a Stage 1 silicone nipple for newborn infants from 0 to 3-months and a polypropylene (PP#5) cap, ring and stopper. Lifefactory Glass Bottles grow with your baby--they can be used with the range of Lifefactory nipples, sippy caps and leakproof flat caps--providing years of use. . All caps can also be used with Lifefactory 9-ounce bottles. While very durable, Lifefactory bottles are still glass and are not unbreakable. Replacement bottles are available. All Lifefactory bottle components are made in the U.S. or Europe. All materials are BPA/BPS-free and phthalate-free.

From the Manufacturer

Lifefactory's 4 ounce glass baby bottle with silicone sleeve has a modern, sophisticated design that appeals to everyone. Each bottle comes with a stage 1 silicone nipple for babies 0-3 months old, is easy to clean and dishwasher safe. The bright colored silicone sleeve (patent pending) helps to protect the bottle from breakage and provides a great gripping surface and tactile experience during feeding. Both the bottle and the sleeve can be boiled or put in the dishwasher together and can also go in the freezer, making breast milk storage simple. All bottles are bisphenol-A (BPA), phthalate, and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) free. The inventive silicone sleeve is non-toxic and free of plastics, the silicone nipple is non-toxic and latex-free and the bottle is made from borosilicate glass and is therefore thermal shock resistant (allowing it to go from the freezer to boiling water without shattering). Each bottle is designed to grow with your child as the included clear cover can also serve as an easy to hold cup. Or, simply twist on the solid cap (sold separately) and use your bottle for storing juice or snacks - perfect for a lunchbox or traveling.


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Customer Reviews

It is easy to clean and use.
J. Weathers
I also really like the silicone sleeve, most glass bottles don't have any protection from being dropped.
aliewer
Love the idea of glass bottles with no plastic.
Amber

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

117 of 119 people found the following review helpful By Cezanne Farris-Gilbert on January 23, 2011
Color Name: YellowSize Name: 9 Ounce Verified Purchase
LifeFactory bottles are noticeably better quality than Dr Brown's 8-oz. Glass Baby Bottle 2-pk.. The borosilicate glass is superior and the silicone nipples are much more durable. The entire product is made in France and completely free of toxins including BPA, phthalates, polycarbonates, and PVC. The nipples and sleeves (which come in GREAT colors) are made of a medical-grade silicone and are completely free of plastic or latex. As for cleaning, there's no need to remove the silicone cover. The bottle can be popped right in the dishwasher or even boiled with the cover still on. Super easy!

At first these bottles may seem a bit pricey, but compare the combination of Dr Brown's 8-oz. Glass Baby Bottle 2-pk. plus the Protective Bottle Sleeve 8 oz or a comparable protective cover and notice the final cost of these bottles is equivalent.

The only concern I had was about the venting of this bottle, so that's why we decided to try Dr. Browns. I was delighted to discover that the Dr. Brown's Natural Flow Standard Collars Replacement, 3 Pack fit the threads for the LifeFactory bottles with no leaks! So, we use those collars along with the
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Chris and Liz on July 30, 2013
Color Name: PinkSize Name: 4 Ounce Verified Purchase
Glass bottles and avoiding plastic are a high priority for me when it comes to choosing a bottle for my baby. These bottles have leach free glass, and don't have large plastic ventilators in them like the born free glass bottles we got. I am breast feeding our baby, and about a week into using the born free bottles I dropped an empty one and it shattered. That made me think of two things, one, glass flying everywhere is not safe, and two, what if that had been full of milk and my baby's only available meal? She is still small, only three months, but soon I can tell she will be trying to hold the bottle more when she drinks it.These bottles are more resistant to breaking than other glass bottles.

Another pro of these bottles is how many colors they come in. I am trying to establish a freezer supply of breast milk, and they make it easy to keep track of what was pumped when. Because the bottles are so expensive, I pour the milk into ball jelly jars to freeze it. There is no residue left on the bottle when I pour the milk into the ball jar, even if the milk was cooling in the fridge. That is important, because if you are combining milk from different pumping sessions, you can only combine cold with cold.

They do attach to the Medela pump, but not perfectly. If you tighten it to much, it will become detached. For me, that is ok, and a lot better than pumping into plastic, then pouring into glass.

Some people have issues with the nipple, that has not been a problem for us at all. In fact I like this nipple better than the born free, because that one seemed to make my daughter lazy when she breast fed. With these bottles, she has to work a little more.

They are expensive, but we are hoping to have more kids, and these will definitely hold up. I am also planning to purchase the sippy cup caps.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By E.B.Pike on April 7, 2011
Color Name: YellowSize Name: 9 Ounce
I wish there had been more positive reviews of these bottles when I was first looking to purchase bottles for my baby. I ended up being misled by reviews poo-pooing these and I have found exactly the opposite to be true. I loooooove these bottles! My baby is now five months old and we have not had a single bottle break yet. In addition, the silicone sleeve that comes with these bottles is thick and sturdy (and cute, which is always a plus). Some of the other bottle/sleeve combinations were definitely lacking. I also noticed that some of the other reviews I read of these bottles criticized the lack of a fancy venting system. We personally have not had any problems with gas or excessive air. I know these are pretty similar to the old evenflos, but there's a reason the old standard has stayed around this long---it works. Plus, we felt like the whole purpose of glass bottles was to avoid chemical leaching from plastics, and the Dr. Browns have plastic venting systems. As one other reviewer said, the only downside we have found is that the bottle caps don't stay on that well when traveling --I would definitely transport these inside a bottle cooler or the diaper bag so you don't loose them. Besides that, I have nothing but good things to say about these bottles!
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Anthony V. Panicola on December 29, 2012
Color Name: Ocean BlueSize Name: 4 Ounce Verified Purchase
These glass bottles are amazing. We didn't want to use anything plastic with our newborn and after some research decided on these (not too much of a decision because there aren't a lot of glass bottles on the market). We are extremely happy we did. After four and a half months, we've never had one break yet. They are easy to clean and easy to store milk in. Our son is exclusively breastfed but his mom is working, so she pumps. We store the milk in the refrigerator and when we need to heat some up we just put it in a cup filled with hot water. After a few minutes it's ready to go. The glass doesn't get too warm because of the silicone sleeve. We've never had trouble transporting milk with these bottles. Unlike other reviewers, we never transport milk with the nipple on. We bought the 4 pack of bottle caps made by lifefactory. That is also what we use to cap the bottles in the refrigerator. Nothing has ever leaked. We were unsure of how many bottles to purchase because we just needed to use bottles when his mother is at work or if we're out and about and it's easier to bottle feed instead of breastfeed. We bought 6 of the small bottles and right now we have 3 of the larger bottles (our son is 4 & 1/2 months now). We mainly use the larger bottles to store milk in. We typically use the smaller ones to fed (since he is breastfed and eats on demand you never know exactly how much he's going to eat at any given time and we don't want to waste any breast milk by heating it up and then him not eating it). Even though these are expensive, they are definitely worth it. Plus we plan on having more children and these will not have to be replaced unlike plastic bottles that start to look nasty and cloudy after a while.
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