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which anti colic bottles to buy?

(13 Posts)
Craftycakey15 Sat 25-Jun-16 17:54:59

So I'm starting to but stuff for my first baby and want to buy the best anti-colic bottles. I heard that Dr Brown bottles leak and was wondering if any one had tried Mam? Or any others they can recommend. How many do I need? I really don't know much about what I need to buy. Thank you

Waterlemon Sat 25-Jun-16 18:15:54

I had mam but don't think the brand of bottles really make much difference, but some babies prefer certain teat shapes or flow type.

icklekid Sat 25-Jun-16 18:17:45

Yes mam or dr brown seem to be most popular. Never heard of dr browns leaking! I think Tommy tippee have started to produce one with a similar to dr brown here

Icklepickle101 Sat 25-Jun-16 18:25:28

I had mam and they were okay but now have dr brown and love them.

They have leaked while shaking a few times but mostly if I forget to put the sealing discs in!! They've never leaked while feeding!

moobeana Sat 25-Jun-16 19:30:45

My Dr Brown bottles have never leaked! 2 children and many many bottle later I whole heartedly recommend them.
Even for the simple reason that I could order the next size tests to come with my tesco home deliveries!

Craftycakey15 Sat 25-Jun-16 20:04:03

Really? I read quite a few reviews online saying Dr Browns bottles leaked. I might get one of each and see. Stupid question maybe but how many bottles do you think I need to buy?

Dogsmom Sat 25-Jun-16 21:25:45

Dr Brown's leak if you shake them, we used them and to stop the leak we'd shake them then unscrew/rescrew the lid and it resealed them.
We had 4 of them although 6 would've been better as we used to make a days worth of feeds and keep them in the fridge.

moobeana Sat 25-Jun-16 21:52:53

True, we used to swirl the bottles rather than shake. So perhaps a vigorous shake would have caused a leak.
We had 4 bottles too, but we mixed fed, so only around 2 bottles a day.

peasofcake Sat 25-Jun-16 21:58:03

Mam has the added bonus of being able to sterilise with just a microwave. 6 should be enough as long as you are ok with feeling like your always sterilising.

Ellarose85 Sat 25-Jun-16 22:01:39

Dr Browns have only leaked for me if the contents was too hot!

Frillsandspillsx2 Sat 25-Jun-16 23:25:25

Dr Browns have only leaked when the water was too hot for me too. You can buy separate storage lids for them. I got mine in the set with the microwavable steriliser but you can buy them from Amazon. I used them til the bottle was the right temperature then I put the tube/teat on.

Craftycakey15 Sat 25-Jun-16 23:57:07

Thanks all

Dixiechick17 Sun 26-Jun-16 20:41:36

I used MAM when I stopped Breastfeeding and my DD definitely preferred them to other bottles. I liked that I could sterilise them easily in the microwave if I was at a friends or family members house.

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