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Good steriliser that fits a range of bottles?

(7 Posts)
milkyman Sat 13-Feb-16 14:36:23

Have bought T Tippee bottles but last ds ended up using Dr Browns. Want an electric steriliser but one that fits different bottles should we change makes. Any ideas?

sizethree Sat 13-Feb-16 16:58:04

This Avent one is great. Really versatile and relatively slim to fit on kitchen work surface.
www.kiddicare.com/p/Avent_3_in_1_Electric_Steam_Steriliser.htm?product_id=545753&utm_source=pla&affiliate=KC-google-shopping&gclid=CNTK-cOa9coCFWX3wgodW_IDzw
We're really happy with ours and use a variety of bottles on it.

Augustwedding Sat 13-Feb-16 17:01:30

Not an electric one but a Milton tank is fab! No faff just change water once a day.

milkyman Sat 13-Feb-16 18:45:13

Thanks - what makes miltons so good - is it easier?

Augustwedding Sat 13-Feb-16 20:18:01

We find it easier. You just change water every 24 hours and add a new tablet. Keeps everything sterile until you take out to make bottle. A lot of the electric ones become unsterile as soon as you open Lid. It's fairly compact and cheap as well

m.boots.com/h5/cat_hub?unCountry=uk&path=%2Fen%2FMilton-Sterilising-Unit_1757378%2F%3Fcm_mmc%3Dbmm-_-google-_-PLAs-_-Boots%2520Shopping%2520-%2520Category%2520-%2520Baby

Quodlibet Sat 13-Feb-16 21:02:01

We used a microwave steriliser last time which I found really great - didn't take up loads of space, any bottles/other object fit in it and it stays sterile until you open the lid. And you can re-blast it as many times as you need.

unimaginativename13 Sat 13-Feb-16 21:13:55

Second a Milton!

You can throw in dummies, capol syringe, formula scoops, weaning spoons etc and it's not hot to take things out.

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