Born Free 5 Oz Triple Pack Wide Neck Glass Bottles (3 Pk)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on August 4, 2010
I bought these glass bottles because of the BPA concern and the gas prevention system. I think they are great, I didn't have to look for any other. The glass is really sturdy and can take many falls on the ground, no breaking yet. I don't think you need to hassle with bottle sleeves either. Be sure to get extra nipples, especially for level 1, since in time the hole may open wider to release too much milk.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on August 8, 2011
I LOVE these bottles. I've tried several different brands over the months of bottle feeding the Griz...these are the favorite - hands down. The only time I've ever had a leak was when one of my big kids 'helped' get bottles ready! Yep, there are a few extra parts....but I'm glad to wash them instead of scrubbing spit-up out of my hair, the carpet and his clothes...that little vent piece works miracles! I've had two of these break, but considering the above mentioned 'big kid help' and all the times that I've dropped them on the floor if I happen to doze off while feeding the babe in the middle of the night...I can't really complain. These really are worth every penny.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on October 7, 2011
I just bought a set of these second hand. I love that they are glass, so are super easy to sterilize and don't leach chemicals into the milk. I put these through the paces dropping them in my sink (Stainless steel sinks must be the hardest substance known to man. I've lost countless dishes and glasses just by them slipping from my hand in the sink) and knocking them off my counter. No shattering, no cracking. And they've been through 3 babies already.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 16, 2011
My son is 4 months old now. I nursed him the first 7 weeks. When I returned to work, I pumped and our nanny bottle feed him during the day and I nurse him when I'm at home. At first, we used Dr. Brown's bottles because it was recommended by our lactation consultant. However, he did not latch well and I noticed that he had difficulty switching back and forth between me and the bottles.

When I talked to a friend of mine who also breast-feeds her baby, she gave me a BornFree glass bottle to try out and said that her son really likes it. My son had not problem latching on and I noticed that he can easily switch back and fourth between me and the bottle. We decided to switch to Born Free so I bought 3 more of these. However, our nanny noticed that at times the milk seems to come out a little to fast for him and he was taking breaks during feeding. We soon found out that these bottles actually came with #2 nipples, although the description said they came with #1. When I realized this, I contacted Born Free and got a promptly respond (forgot the name of the person). The person sent me 4 new #1 nipples for free! I was very pleased with them.

After a little while, one day our nanny said that one of the glass bottles broke in the bottle warmer. I contacted Born Free again and sent them the picture of the broken bottle. The person there (George) explained to me that these bottles are more delicate so don't expose them to extreme temperature changes. He was very polite over the email and agreed to send me a replacement. I told our nanny about not exposing the bottles to extreme temperature and she admitted that she sometimes warms up the bottle warmer first and then put the glass bottle in (from the fridge), which may explained why that one broke. Again, I'm very pleased again with their customer service.

I would recommend buying the brushes at the same time. It makes it very easy to clean the bottles and the nipples.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on April 16, 2012
We bought the Born Free glass bottles after much research. I knew that I absolutely wanted to use glass over plastic, as glass is non-porous and non-reactive, and I am concerned about the levels of chemicals that our children are consuming through the leaching of plastics--even "safe" ones. The bottles arrived (we bought both the 9oz. and the Wide Neck Glass Bottle 5 Ounces). I boiled them to sanitize, and we introduced bottles at 5 weeks. Baby took to them right away, without a problem, and four months later is still able to switch between bottle and breast very easily. The bottles come fully apart and are easy to clean, and he has never had a problem with gas or colic or ear infections related to the bottle. I even froze breast milk in them for a little while when I ran out of storage bags. These were a great purchase.
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on November 5, 2011
I was determined to use glass bottles for my son, I didn't want to have to worry about plastics. These are nice solid bottles that I am extremely pleased with. The teachers at his daycare often tell me how much nicer they are than any of the other bottles and that the milk stays warmer longer.

These are heavier then plastic, but my son (now 9 mo.) is able to hold them and feed himself, he has been for a few months now. So, they are obviously not too heavy for him.

I have seen some complaints about the multiple parts, but I don't mind them. It really doesn't take that much longer to wash an extra piece or two. My son hasn't had any gas issues and has spit-up maybe 6 times in his whole life. I don't know if this is because of the bottles or not, but if taking more time to wash an extra piece means that he's gas and spit-up free, I'm ok with it. I am a working Mom, so I understand the value of time, but I also understand the value of quality.

It took me a while, but I was finally able to find and purchase a few Born Free Pump Adaptors. They work perfectly with these bottles (and the 9 oz.) and my Medela Pump In Style. I wish I had found them sooner, they are definitely worth it! It is so nice to be able to pump directly into the bottles and not deal with as many plastic bags.

I have also purchased the separate pieces to transform these into sippy cups and I love that these bottles can grow with him.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 15, 2010
Great bottle! I feel much safer using a glass bottle over plastic anyday. My baby appears to like these bottles over the smaller plastic bottles I was using before.
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on January 15, 2013
I chose to use glass over plastic to avoid the chemicals in plastic. We love Born Free. They have taken multiple drops to the floor and remained perfect. We also tried Dr. Brown's glass and they were horrible, more than one broke when we were stirring them (we had to stir rice cereal into his bottles due to severe acid reflux). They are easy to clean, easy to put together, baby can easily feed himself (i.e. not too heavy). We love them. We used them with pumped breastmilk, worked great. I also used to pump directly into them (to store in fridge for use), by purchasing a little adaptor to account for the wider-mouth of the born free bottles. Love!
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on June 23, 2011
The only thing I like about these bottle is the wide design and the fact that they come in glass. Other than that, the nipples collapse and the difference in flow level between level 2 nipple and 3 is huge. Level 2 is too slow for my 7 month old, but level 3 is way too fast causing him to swallow a lot of air and choke. I am beginning to hate these bottles even more. Also, there are a ton of different pieces to wash and they are over priced. This is the one time buying things based on the rave reviews didn't work out.
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on May 19, 2011
I am a first time Mum who is looking to keep life simple but making sure our baby is healthy. These bottles are great. Easy to use. Multi upgrade nipples allow you to use the bottles as your child grows. Very durable. I have dropped these bottles several times with them never breaking. They clean well in the dishwasher top rack. Aerator piece is very helpful. I have definitely noticed a difference with increased gassiness using other bottles. Worth the money.
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