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Comotomo Natural Feel Baby Bottle, Green, 5 Ounces
- Comotomo baby bottles are deisgned to most closely mimic breastfeeding to reduce bottle rejection
- Ultra wide neck design allows easy cleaning by hand without a brush
- Safe in microwave, boiling water, dishwashers and sterilizers
- Nipple and body is made of 100 percent safe hygienic medical grade silicone
- Dual anti colic vents prevent unwanted air intake and reduce colic
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Designed to Latch
Our bottles are designed with a naturally shaped nipple with a wide mound to help your little one make a seamless switch from breast to bottle.
Dual Anti-Colic Vents
Air goes in, milk comes out. Our bottles feature two anti-colic vents to ensure good air circulation in the bottle to reduce unwanted colic, spit up, burping and gas.
Easy to Clean
We thought it was really annoying to brush clean those narrow neck bottles. So we made ours with a super wide opening so that you can easily clean them by hand.
Soft & Squeezy
Babies are quite active with their itty bitty hands during feeding time. So we used a soft, skin-like silicone material to offer better grip and a soothing, calming feel.
Silicone is a very safe material that’s 100% free from nasty chemicals like BPA, PVC and Phthalate.
Whether you are putting breast milk for formulas, you can be assured that none of it will go to waste.
Our bottles are safe in both boiling water & dishwashers.
Our truly slow flow nipples are great for newborns up to 3 months. It has just 1 hole to help develop your little one’s suckling and minimize choking and spit ups.
Top Customer Reviews
My baby has been exclusively breast-fed for most of his first 5 months with the exception of his first couple of weeks since he was in the NICU. We had been meaning to bottle-train him for one of his feedings to not only allow us some flexibility, but also for emergency situations (if something happened to me, etc.). However, I blinked and 5 months few by and we still had not introduced a bottle.
We first tried Avent bottles because my oldest used them with no problem, and we already had them. While he tried to suck on them, his "technique" was just awkward on the bottle: he just gummed the nipple and sucked in a whole lot of air at the sides of his mouth. And after all that work, he still didn't end up drinking any of the milk. Then we tried the Adiri bottles, which just provoked his rage and frustration. He would try gum down on the "nipple mound" (much like babies do on the real breast to compress the milk glands) but the mound was too hard and the nipple itself was too short. Not wanting to go down the way of trying 20 more bottles, I began researching different types, and looking for one that was as close to breastfeeding as possible. It came down to the Mimijumi or the Comotomo. Both have excellent reviews, but only one looks really creepy... So I went with the Comotomo bottles.Read more ›
I've looked at hundreds of reviews on many major brands of breast feeding bottles.
The conclusions I've found:
- Adiri has problems with the leaking cap, venting and nipple being too soft.
- The First Years Breastflow has complaints about nipple tip wearing out too fast.
- Tommee Tippee drips on the rim of the nipple.
I end up bought the Mimijumi very hungry baby and Comotomo 5oz, both are slow flow.
My baby girl was born under weight, she had trouble latching on the breast with her little mouth.
After 2-3 weeks, she still not latching well on the breast and gets tired sucking before being full.
Concern about her weight gain, I end up feeding her with the bottle exclusively for a month.
I tried the Mimijumi first and found that it drip quite fast when turn up side down.
Which makes my baby chokes whenever she pause.
The nipple is a little too soft and we had trouble emptying the last bit from the bottle.
Its not a bad product, just not as good.
The Comotomo works much better, the nipple doesn't drip much when turn up side down.
So my baby has to work for the milk and I could toss a full bottle in my purse without worries about leaking(with the cap).
She feed so well on it, she doubled her weight at 6 weeks.
After a month on bottle exclusively, I didn't give much hope feeding on the breast ever again.
One day she was crying a lot, so I put her on the breast just to comfort her.
To my amazement, she not only had no trouble feeding on the breast after a whole month.
She is latching on much better than before.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Our son has been exclusively breastfed for 4 months and just wasn't into baby bottle or pacifier nipples. He ate from this at our first try, he chewed a lot but latched too. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Benjamin G. Selfridge
My daughter liked this bottle much better than any others we tried. I exclusively breastfeed so when she needs an occasional bottle this has worked great!Published 1 day ago by Michelle Hildreth
Used since 2 weeks old and he never had nipple confusion. Hes now 6 weeks old and still using and still no problems latching.Published 2 days ago by Rebecca Baker
Baby seemed to take well to this bottle. He is exclusively breastfeeding and upon returning to work, we needed something that would do well when feeding him expressed milk. Read morePublished 2 days ago by K.E.N
Love these bottles for my BF baby, he loves holding them. Expensive but worth it :)Published 3 days ago by Gemma G