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The First Years Quick Serve Bottle Warmer
- Warms breast milk, formula and baby food jars in minutes
- Auto shut-off for added safety
- Works with most wide, narrow, angled, even disposable bottles
- Bottle not included
- BPA Free
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Quick Serve Bottle Warmer
It's the middle of the night and baby wants his bottle now.
The compact Quick Serve Bottle Warmer can heat bottles quickly and effectively—including straight, angled, wide-necked, even disposables.
Pre-measure the water vials and you’ll be all set for two nighttime feedings. Simply add water, and press the button to warm a chilled bottle in just minutes.
When light goes off, warming is done. The auto shut-off features means one less thing to remember.
Top Customer Reviews
But, this puppy is FAR from perfect. In fact, the written instructions were probably put together by the combination of a magic 8-ball, an engineer, and a middle-schooler. It has some of the info you need, and not in the right order, and not with easy to understand verbiage.
Here's the basics of how it works: It boils a very small amount of water very quickly and then steam-heats the milk. It usually starts boiling within 25 seconds of turning it on, and for me, it's a 2 minute process from start to finish. It automatically turns itself off when it runs out of water.
1. Using the included measurement bottle (the clear thing pictured on the side of the warmer in the stock photo), you measure some amount of water and dump the water into the middle of the warmer.
2. You put in your milk container.
3. You turn it on.
4. You wait.
5. It will start to boil the water, steam heat the milk container, and when all of the water is boiled off, the unit turns off and you take out your perfectly heated milk.
Sounds easy, right? So why all the confusion? What is the frustration of these other reviewers you might ask? The answer, it's all physics.
The instructions include a little table (which although I have an engineering degree from a good school, I don't understand how the table works) that is supposed to tell you how much water to use for a given bottle shape and amount of liquid.Read more ›
Yes, this warmer is convenient, as it can heat bottles in under the five minutes it advertises, especially if you are using disposable bags or drop-in liners. However, it can get these bags extremely hot, so you need to stand by the warmer and test the bottle periodically. Regular plastic bottles tend to take longer and don't heat up as well. The performance of the warmer is not consistent. It works well sometimes, but usually only if you pay close attention to it, testing the bottle as it warms. Goldilocks would lose her patience with this one, as it is hardly ever "just right".
Here's how it works: You fill the included blue vial to the first line for smaller bottles (4 oz.), the top line for bigger bottles (8 oz.). You dump the water (which is a tiny amount) directly into the chamber where the bottle will sit. Place the bottle in and press the button on the front. In about 30 seconds steam begins to form and in about two minutes (when the nearly all the water has been turned to steam) the unit automatically shuts off. This does not mean, however, that the bottle is done. It may need to sit there longer if you have more liquid or a larger bottle. And, with drop-ins, it may need to be removed from the warmer sooner.
Some problems with the warmer include:
- The blue filling vial. It is difficult to see the fill lines on it, especially at night. A clear fill cup with printed lines would be visually better.Read more ›
The only problem I have with it is it initially requires a few attempts,by adding or removing water, to get the temperature just right for the amount of formula used as it tends to overheat or underheat.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was very impressed with the quality and it works great! Easy to warm a bottle for a new mom like me!Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is a great warmer once you figure out the timing. 3 min for 5-7 ounces. 2.5 min for 3-4. Nothing heats in less then 2 min. And this is all formula using refrigerated water.Published 2 days ago by K. Kaiser
These are okay when the baby is taking very small amounts of formula and using a wide neck bottle. If you are using tall bottles, such as Dr. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Makes for an easy life when your grandbaby is hungry...hungry NOW 😀Published 4 days ago by Words of Wisdom???
I wish there was a way for us to figure out how much water to use and for how much milk. After having it for a few weeks, we have not been able to nail down the perfect... Read morePublished 4 days ago by raja singh
Just recieved about an hour ago and the shipping was fast. Ordered on 01/31 and recieved it on 02/04. Only one reason why I didnt give it five stars. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
For the most part it does good! But we tend to have the problem of following the directions either leaves the milk still top cold or too hot. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Amazon Customer