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Mothers already have enough things to stress about, so why not make breastfeeding easier? Preserve nutrients and let your baby feed at their own pace with our Hands-Free Baby Bottle!
The Perfect Solution To Breastfeeding Hands-Free System – Great for travelling and busy moms who might need a free hand or need to feed twins. Convenient for feeding while baby is in an infant carrier, baby swing, car seat or while being pushed in a stroller. A simple hands-free starter kit feeds babies in an upright position and is easily washed by hand or with a brush.
Suitable for making both warm and cold baby food. Hand-free baby feeder is suitable for microwave, oven and deep-freezer.
1. Hand Free System: Hand-free baby bottle saves a great purpose for travelling and helps busy mom’s who might need a free hand or need to feed twins or triplets.
2. Baby Toy Replacement: Hand-free baby bottle can also serve as a toy. When the child has finished drinking milk, the nipple can make the baby play as a pacifier. This is a very good toy.
3. Anti Colic and ReFlux: Hand-free baby bottle helps to prevent colic and reflux effects. The special design allows your child to ingest the amount of fluid they want without over-drinking. This results in less stomach pain. Approved for babies 3+ months with double vent nipple. Keeps air out to promote a comfortable eating experience.
4. Early Child development: Hand-free baby bottle Helps your baby to develop early independence. The nipple is separated from the feeding bottle, so the baby does not need to hold a heavy feeding bottle to drink, which reduces the weight on the baby and speeds up the baby’s independence.
5. Convenience: Hand-free baby bottle is convenient for feeding while the baby is in an infant carrier, baby swing, car seat or while being pushed in a stroller. The nipple is designed to mimic breastfeeding for mothers who want to switch between breastfeeding and bottle feeding or for babies who are just making the transition to bottle feeding.