Dr. Brown's Natural Flow Standard Glass Bottles, 8 Ounce, 2-Count (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Made in US
- Reduces colic, spit-up, burping, and gas
- Less oxidation helps maintain vitamins C, A and E
- Vacuum-free feeding like breastfeeding
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To help with cleaning we suggest keeping all the pieces soaking in some soapy water after each use until it's time to clean all the bottles (unless you clean after each use), it helps keep the pieces looking clean and new, it helps with the mildew issue. (Below in the cons list it explains more.) Dawn Ultra seems to work the best so far or the Dawn Power Soaks.
1--> The brown inserts that go into the blue straw/tubes collect mold and mildew fairly easy and need to be scrubbed and soaked every day. These pieces will color over time and get nasty looking. After around 7 months they need to be replaced , that is when our bottles began leaking. We replaced these pieces recently and the problem stopped.
2--> The tiny brush that comes with the bottles does not clean the brown inserts well, they are only good for the little holes and the nipples . We suggest investing in a good nipple brush so you can get all the gunk off successfully .It also gets lost easy due to it being so tiny and a clear'ish color. The Munchkin Deluxe nipple brush has worked best so far.
3--> Cleaning all the parts and pieces is a huge chore every day but it 100% worth it. Also, because of this reason, we would not recommend this bottle for parents of multiples or multiple children unless you have good help. Or unless your child really,really needs the extra help this bottle offers.Read more ›
1. These warm faster than a plastic bottle, so we tended to prefer these over the plastic
2. Obviously, plastic is not going to break - so if you have concrete or tile (where you're feeding) you may want to skip these. One of ours bit the dust on the kitchen tile. We dropped them a few times on carpet with no issue.
3. I felt like these were easier to clean than the plastic. It was easier to see the "dirt" in the bottom than with the plastics.
We called the company and they tried to tell us that the bottles can break when changing extreme temperatures. The bottle at home was not cold and the milk was not too cold when we put it in the Dr.Brawn bottle warmer. Changing temperature is definitely not the reason for breaking those bottles. We also wanted to make sure the company is aware of the problem with their bottles. They said that they have not received any complains about this issue (which is very interesting, especially after reading some of the reviews above reporting that the bottles break). The company sent us 2 new glass bottles and a sleeve. We tried putting the bottle with the sleeve in their brand bottle warmer but it didn't fit, so we warmed it without it. Two days later one of the bottles they sent us broke-again at the exact same spot. We have save all 3 of the broken once and they look exactly the same. At this point we are convinced that there is something really wrong with the design of the 8oz Glass Dr. Brawn bottles and the company doesn't want to admit it and fix it. The 7oz glass bottles that they discontinued and that we are still using are working great. Their glass looks a lot better quality as well. If you still want to buy the new 8oz once, be aware that you may lose a lot of milk or formula because they keep breaking.(See the additional pictures of the product)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
apart from needed extra care for cleansing and hygiene. This one is best for my son since he born. As a tips, I sterilized all the parts detached and fix as ready, after fixing... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
I love my Dr. Brown's 4 oz glass bottles and hoped these would be as good. They are (predictably) a little heavy, and one has already broken in the bottle warmer--we don't use the... Read morePublished 26 days ago by MM
Glass breaks. I like glass bottles better but over the years ended up using plastic as glass bottles break if dropped
Helps with colic but leaks too much when feeding my baby.Published 1 month ago by susan soo-hyoun park
Have been using Dr. Brown's plastic bottles for all the time. Easy to clean, very few gas, if not no. The glass ones are more steady and will not wear out by time.Published 2 months ago by Book Reads