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Combing Breast/Bottle - Great looking product

(6 Posts)
MINIMAX Thu 24-Feb-05 14:35:55

Have come across this great looking "breastbottle" for those of you having trouble combining breast and bottle feeding. Search on ebay under Adiri for the Adiri Breastbottle. Looks good in principle anyway!

Wish I'd come across it when I tried to combine - never did get mine to take to a bottle!

chipmonkey Fri 25-Feb-05 10:02:08

The only thing I wonder is, how would you warm it? My Ds2 wouldn't take cold milk from a bottle, ( childminder didn't know you could heat breastmilk!) but wasto take it warmed up. I found all mine took Avent bottles

IlanaK Fri 25-Feb-05 10:31:57

I have used these. They are very good. AS to warming the milk, I usually stored it in Avent bottles (left over from baby 1) or breastmilk bags. SO I warmed it in those and then transfered to the Adiri bottle. I would definately recommend them.

chipmonkey Fri 25-Feb-05 10:51:12

If I were a lateral thinker, I would have thought of that!

starlover Fri 25-Feb-05 12:10:16

they have a website at
it says on there that you can heat it in hot water, just as you would a regular bottle

chipmonkey Fri 25-Feb-05 15:05:11

it looks a great product, but I keep buying gadgety things i could have done without, so will be good about this. Has anyone seen the Mothers MIlkmate? Wish Avent would come up with something similar cos i only use an avent pump and storage bottles. Am sick of re-arranging them and fishing them out of the bottom of the deep-freeze

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