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Playtex Drop-Ins Original BPA Free Nurser Newborn Starter Set

by Playtex

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  • An excellent starter kit with a range of bottle holders and Drop-Ins pre-formed liners in 4 ounce and 8 ounce sizes
  • 2-4 ounce original nurser holders, 2 8-ounce original nurser holders, 1 eazy feed holder, 10 drop-ins liners
  • Reduces gas and colic
  • It is BPA free
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Technical Details
Item Weight12.8 ounces
Product Dimensions9.4 x 6.3 x 4.7 inches
UPC078300054405 078300057185 078300544050
Item model number65440
Material TypeBPA Free
material_compositionLatex/Silicone
Number of items8
Dishwasher safeYes
Bottle typeWide Mouth, Drop-In, Anti-Colic
  
Additional Information
ASINB000056HM5
Best Sellers Rank #39,821 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12.8 ounces
  
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Product Description

Product Description

The Playtex Drop-Ins System is clinically shown to reduce gas, spit-up, and colic and to simulate the natural feeding rhythm of breastfeeding. The pre-sterilized, disposable liners collapse to keep air out of the bottle and your baby's system. The Original Nurser Gift Set provides everything you need in one kit.

Editorial Review

This nurser starter set is appropriate for the mother who hasn't yet figured out exactly what she and baby want. The five included bottles (two 4-ounce and three 8-ounce) are all of the disposable-liner type--an open-ended plastic sleeve with ounce markings up the side. But the pack includes both standard plastic-bag style disposable liners (in both sizes) and five each of the Playtex Drops-Ins, which are semirigid and have their own lip at the top for convenience. There are also four different kinds of nipple: infant, round, older baby, and orthodontic. One of the 8-ounce sleeves has an "Eazy-Feed" system--essentially, an inner ring that can be pushed up from the outside with one thumb--that acts as a built-in burper. --Richard Farr

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I buy the Target brand of liners and they work fine.
Denice Brockelman
My son rarely had gas and spat up even less than that.
Kerry
We used Playtex drop-in bottles and my son loved them.
AnyaNY

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

108 of 109 people found the following review helpful By "kylahsmom" on September 8, 2001
I have used a lot of different kinds of bottles on my three children. I lived in a small town when I had my first child 7.5 yrs ago, and the Playtex nursers were not available to me. I did use them with my second child and when my third baby was born, I knew that I wanted to use these when I gave her a bottle. She was totally breastfed but I kept her used to the bottle so that her daddy and grandparents could feed her also. I too tried the Avent brand of bottles and to say the least was rather disapointed! They leaked all over everything! I like the Playtex nursers because of the nipple variety. It is much easier to buy the next size or kind of nipple then to buy a whole new set of bottles. I like the fact that you can push all the air out of the bottle before feeding the baby. I also have to say that I like the bags better than the drop-ins because the measurement markings are clearer on them. If you are going to be giving your baby a bottle at all, I would highly recomend skipping all the new fancy bottles and go with something that has been proven to work well in reducing air intake while your baby eats! Go with Playtex nursers! They work great!!
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58 of 58 people found the following review helpful By S. Freeman on June 24, 2005
Okay - I was one of those new moms who had no clue about which bottles of the many types to use for my baby. I read all of the online reviews and decided I would get a couple of each type and try them all. I have the Avent bottles, Dr. Brown's, Gerber, you name it, I have a ton of them.

I exclusively breatfeed my baby and everyday he gets a bottle with his medicine in it along with the bottles I pump for when we will be somewhere that's difficult to breastfeed. In my opinion, this system is HANDS-DOWN THE BEST.

Here's what I like:

The liners are sterile so you can always be sure your baby is drinking out of a clean bottle.

Nothing to wash but the nipple and ring. Its so quick and easy, especially when you are in a hurry or in the middle of the night when its harder to think straight. When he's done, just toss the drop in and wash the nipple and you are ready for your next bottle.

My baby didn't struggle with swallowing air using this bottle like the others I tried because you push the air out. It worked much better for him than the Dr. Brown's bottles. Using these, he didn't struggle with gas pains afterwards.

He switched with no problems from a very early age between the breast and this bottle type. It comes with various nipples to try and the breastfeeding nipple works great for him.

Here is the only downside:

You cannot pump directly into the liners - but that is not a big deal to me. I pump into the Medela CSF bags and store those. When I am ready to make a bottle, I pour it out of the CSF bag and into the liner. It became routine and its not a problem for me to take that extra step.

Good luck in making your choices about bottles for your baby but from a new mom whose tried them all, these really are the best all around.
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55 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Angela Kraemer on June 28, 2001
We were using the single feeding bottles we got from the hospital and noticed how much air the baby was getting from the bubbles forming in the bottle during feedings. We also had a hard time getting her to eat more and she was starting to lose weight. We switched over to the Playtex system after a recommendation from our sister-in-law and we have had a lot less problems w/gassiness occuring during feedings. The drop-in liners are easier to use than the other liners and seem to measure out better than the other liners as well. I would highly recommend this product to anyone who is thinking of bottle feeding their baby.
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Denice Brockelman on March 2, 2002
I am a mother of a 3 month old and 4 year old. I also run a daycare out of my home. I am using Playtex with by newborn, as well as used it with my older daughter, and have had great success with it. I like the standard bags better myself becuase they are cheaper. I buy the Target brand of liners and they work fine. As a daycare provider, I like the Playtex system because I only have to rinse out the nipple after a feeding (leaving formula in a regular bottle all day makes for a tough time for mom at home). I also like that my breastfeeding moms can freeze their milk in a bag and all I need to do is set it in a glass of warm water to thaw and heat. You can close the bag by folding it over and securing with a paperclip or piece of tape (as long as you don't need to store your milk for an extended period of time) and store in an upright position in the freezer or refrigerator. I recommend this product to all my parents and friends.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Jessica Plain on May 1, 2002
I breastfeed my son and recently started supplementing with bottles. My mother highly recommended the Playtex Nursers (that's all she ever used) and bought me this set after I had terrible luck with some other bottles. My breastfed baby readily took this bottle with virtually no fussing (and less burping, gas and spitting up). After experimenting with the other nipple shapes I found that my son prefers the regular shaped nipple, but I liked that I could try them all out with one purchase. I've recently bought some extra Older Baby nipples, and of course, liners, but other than that, this set has provided me with more than enough "equipment" and I'm sure it's the only set of bottles I'll need.
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