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Medela Breastmilk Freezing & Storage (*BPA Free) - 80ml Bottles in Retail Packaging #87061 (Pack of 12 Bottles)

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  • Safe for collection, feeding, refrigeration, and/or freezing of breastmilk.
  • Compatible with all Medela breastpumps for pumping directly into the container.
  • Bulk pack of 12 containers for easy storage in freezer or fridge.
  • Special FDA gradeBisphenol-A (BPA) free plastic, designed to retain breastmilk beneficial properties
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Technical Details
Item Weight10.4 ounces
Product Dimensions7.2 x 5.4 x 4.9 inches
UPC020451870601 020451870618
Item model number87061-NEW
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB0009XBX4K
Best Sellers Rank #304 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  
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Product Description

Medela Breastmilk Freezing & Storage Containers 2.7 oz - 12 ct

Containers and lids for easy collection, storage, and feeding of breastmilk.

Features:
-BPA-free - safe for baby.
-2.7 oz/ 80 mL size is ideal for feeding, storing and freezing small amounts of pumped breastmilk.
-Easy storage in refrigerator or freezer.
-Compatible with Medela breastpumps - pump, store and feed with one container. Not recommended for use with the Single Deluxe breastpump.
-Volume marks - easy measurement of pumped breastmilk.
-Screw on lids - leak-proof storage, travel and freezing.
-Safe design - allows moms to store their breastmilk long-term without losing any of its natural beneficial properties. 

Includes:
12 - 2.7 oz/80 mL bottles
 



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And they are easy to store in the freezer.
JR24
The bottles that come with the pump hold 5 oz, which can be really discouraging to use when you only get 1-1.5 oz a session.
Johanna
I buy the medela nipples that fit directly onto these bottles so they are easy to use.
Mommy901

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96 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Fitzgerald Fan VINE VOICE on February 26, 2009
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These containers are great BECAUSE OF the size. First of all, they are perfectly sized for newborns. And, once your baby gets a little older, and requires more milk, these 2.5 oz. containers are the perfect supplement to combine with a 5oz storage bag when thawing to make a bottle. Other reviewers claim these containers are "awkward," but I would suggest not pumping directly into them. If you own a Medela pump, or the like, simply pump into the 5oz container that comes with the pump and transfer into the smaller storage container(s) for freezing.
I always make sure my mother in law/nanny has 12 frozen Medela (2.5 oz) containers of milk at her place (in deep freeze) in case my baby needs a "snack" if I am running late to pick him up after work.
Oh, and they are BPA-free. Bonus.
I highly recommend these.
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79 of 84 people found the following review helpful By JPS on February 28, 2012
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I love these. I had been using Lasinoh freezer bags to store my milk, but these bottles are so much better.
* You won't have to worry about leaking bags (I've had one bag leak so far)
* I like the small size. I always had odd amounts in the bags because I didn't want to freeze more than a few ounces at a time so none goes to waste later.
* They are compatible with my pump-in-style Medela pump.
* They are free-standing, unlike bags. Easy to pour milk into.
* They are compatible with Medela nipples. Just heat a freezer bottle and add a nipple. Unlike bags which would take an extra step to thaw, plus pour out of the bag... which is another opportunity to spill it, and you're left with a messy bag.
* They are reusable - a definite plus.
* They fit perfectly in a Set of 4 Medium Clip Boxes (Clear/Soft Fern) (5.375"D x 6.625"W x 11"H) . 15 of these bottles will fit perfectly in this bin in the freezer. They also stack well, and the boxes fit perfectly in my freezer. I have a post-it label on the end of the box, letting hubby know which box is the oldest so he knows what milk to use first. I also find these plastic boxes at Target, Publix, and they are probably available at any other big box store, too. I used to store milk in the Lasinoh freezer bags, and then put those bags in a gallon-size ziplock bag, which wasn't a very good idea. Then I used those plastic boxes to put the freezer bags in, which was better. These bottles in the plastic bin is perfect.
* Easy to label. They have a place on the side to write information, but I use big post-it note labels, wrapped around the bottle and secured with a wire twist-tie (easier to read).
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By R. Richardson on September 6, 2013
The other plastic Madela products that I own (breast pump attachments and bottles) use a # 5 plastic but these bottles use #7, which has been identified as potentially harmful. The Natural Resources Defense Council and other organizations recommend avoiding using plastic bottles labeled with 3, 6, and 7 ([...] I ended up getting rid of these bottles after using them.
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78 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Sarah B on September 18, 2010
When this package arrived, I was very disappointed to see "not for use with Single Deluxe or Freestyle breast pumps" written in very small print on the front of the package. I assumed that because the product was made by Medela and claimed to be "compatible with ALL Medela breast pumps," it would be compatible with my Medela Freestyle Breast pump.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Robinson on October 19, 2011
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These are very handy for quick bottles. Knowing that each stores 2.5 oz makes bottle prep a snap. I wish that they came with some sort of dispensing system for the fridge so that the freshest one was always in front. Sort of like those dispensers for soda cans that you can get for your fridge. You would drop the most recently pumped bottles in a hole in the back and the ones to use first would roll up to the front. Otherwise it's kind of a pain to store them in the fridge. The bases are narrow and they tend to tip over on the wire shelves in my fridge.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Johanna on June 26, 2013
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These were the best pumping bottles. The bottles that come with the pump hold 5 oz, which can be really discouraging to use when you only get 1-1.5 oz a session. I felt much better about myself and my pumping when I switched to these bottles. 1.5 oz over half filled the bottle so I walked away feeling like I succeeded and that removed stress from pumping which in turn improved my supply. This kit also helped with the problem of not enough bottle caps.
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21 of 27 people found the following review helpful By EGS on December 23, 2007
I agree with other reviewers that it would be MUCH better if these bottles were bigger. If I'm puming after a feeding or something they're fine, but if I'm pumping in place of a feeding, I generally pump about 6 oz which is just enough that the bottles won't hold it all, but also enough that if I try to switch bottles I wind up with two bottles that only have a quarter z or so each in them. It's annoying. And maybe I'm missing something, but it doesn't seem like you can buy the larger collection bottles separately - you either have to get them with a kit, or with a feeding and storage set, either way you're paying for additional parts you don't need. The plusses though are these things come pre-sterilized and the small size has some advantages - topping off a newborn who only needs an ounce or two, or pre-measuring a couple of ounces of breastmilk to mix with cereal, for example.
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