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Dr Brown's 8 Ounce Wide Polypropylene Bottles 3 Pack

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The Dr. Brown's Natural Flow Wide-Neck 8 oz. Baby Bottles - 3 pk. offer a wonderful feeding experience with innovative vent technology. Dr Brown's bottles use a patented 2-piece internal vent system for your baby's comfort. This system creates positive-pressure flow for vacuum-free feeding that is similar to breastfeeding. The breast milk or formula flows freely without nipple collapse. As the baby feeds, air is channeled from the Level One nipple collar through the vent system to the back of the bottle. Air never mixes with the breast milk or formula so oxidation is prevented, thereby maintaining essential vitamins such as C, A and E. The vent system eliminates air bubbles in the formula or milk, which helps to reduce feeding problems like colic, spit-up, burping and gas. The bottle is completely BPA, PVC, lead and phthalate free for your baby's safety.

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Features


2-piece internal vent system

The fully-vented bottle reduces vacuums so your baby can quickly access the milk or formula in a method similar to breastfeeding. This positive-pressure feeding system channels air through the Level One nipple collar to the back of the bottle, keeping it separate you’re your baby's food.


Prevents oxidation of nutrients

By keeping air separate from the milk or formula, the Dr. Brown's bottles reduce oxidation for a nutrient-rich feeding experience. The system helps maintain vitamins C, A and E to keep your baby healthy.


Reduces unpleasant feeding problems

The unique vent system also prevents the ingestion of air bubbles. It eliminates negative pressure and air bubbles to help reduce colic, spit-up, burping and gas.


3-pack

This set comes with 3 bottles so you can always have a Dr. Brown's bottle handy. Keep 1 at home, take 1 on trips or leave 1 in the diaper bag. You'll never be caught unaware with this set.

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Product Description

Created by a physician, Dr. Brown's Natural Flow baby bottles feature a patented internal vent system that helps reduce colic, spit-up, burping and gas. The positive pressure design allows babies to feed comfortably, because the vent system eliminates the air bubbles and vacuum. All parts are dishwaher safe. Polypropolene. 3 Pack 8oz Wide Neck Bottle.

Additional Info

206669

12A68D6A

072239004807

480-P3

0.8 pounds

8.2 x 7.5 x 3.0

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Average Customer Rating:

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Handi CraftDr Brown's 8 Ounce Wide Polypropylene Bottles 3 Pack
 
4.4

(based on 700 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (476)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (138)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (35)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (17)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (34)

90%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Safe for baby (308)
  • Easy to use (283)
  • Durable (275)
  • Portable (183)
  • Easy to clean (161)

Cons

  • Hard to clean (141)
  • Leaks (78)
  • Messy (24)
  • Not durable (8)
  • Difficult to wash (5)

Best Uses

  • Infants (310)
  • Breastfeeding (132)
  • Crawlers (79)
  • Meals (72)
  • Toddler (43)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • First time parent (288), Parent of two or more children (119), Parent of multiples (twins etc) (17), Grandparent (15), Medical professional (11)

Most Helpful Positive Review

 

Dr. Brown's are the best

Love the standard bottles. Evan has used the bottles since I stopped breast feeding. He easily latched and never had a problem experiencing gas or being fussy. We've used the premie, 4 ounce...Read complete review

Love the standard bottles. Evan has used the bottles since I stopped breast feeding. He easily latched and never had a problem experiencing gas or being fussy. We've used the premie, 4 ounce and now the 8 ounce bottles. I can't wait to see Evan hold the bottle and feed himself! The bottles are lightweight and easy to clean/put together. I just wish they had more coupons or stores had them on sale more often. Also looking forward to using Dr. Brown's other products; such as teething, nooks, sippy cups and silverware:)

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Most Helpful Critical Review

 

No such thing as a perfect bottle

My child has been using bottles since day one. We use them for both pumped milk and for supplemented formula daily. My lactation consultant said that to switch back and forth between breast and...Read complete review

My child has been using bottles since day one. We use them for both pumped milk and for supplemented formula daily. My lactation consultant said that to switch back and forth between breast and bottle, she suggested using wide mouthed bottles which are more like the mother’s breast. I went out and bought Dr. Browns BPA free and Born Free bottles. I think that both bottles have pros and cons.CONS1. Dr. Browns and Born Free each say that they decrease air during feeding. My child isn't particularly gassy and doesn't really burp much, but still gets gas so neither bottle really solves the problem 100%. Neither seems to be better than the other either. Compared to my experience with Green to Grow and Avent bottles both Dr. Browns and Born Free are better with gas.2. People complain about the parts for both bottles. Dr. Browns requires a little brush to work, or as others have said, you can throw it into the dishwasher. Born Free bottles have two additional pieces as well but they are much easier to clean. During the first month home I was nursing and bottle feeding in 2 hr cycles. By the time I was done with this cycle, I needed to go wash pump parts and bottles and start over again. I didn't want to run the dishwasher all of the time and I wanted to avoid purchasing a million bottles so I had 3 of each kind. As a result, we did a lot of bottle washings. I didn't mind pulling out the little brush for the Dr. Browns bottles but at 3am, it did become a little bit of a pain. My husband would say, the fewer parts the better. If it were up to him he would toss all of the Dr. Browns bottles. If husbands are helping with the wash duty, this might be a consideration.3. When filling the Dr. Browns bottles with formula, if I don't clean the bottles after feeding (just the bottle part) the formula seems to be more difficult to get off then the Born Free. I believe that is because of the two different materials used for the bottles. The Dr. Browns bottles use a plastic that is more like a thick #6 plastic like you would get your soup in from the local deli. The Born Free bottles are more like an old Nalgene plastic but thinner and lighter. In my opinion, the Born Free bottle cleans easier. If you want specifics about the two types of plastics, go to the following link comparison chart: [@] I’ve had both types of bottles for almost 4 months. I also have one small BPA Dr. Brown’s bottle where the plastic is different than the BPA Free version. I have to say that after 4 months, one of my 3 BPA Free Dr. Brown’s bottles is leaking. It hasn’t always been this way and it’s not due to too much liquid since I never have more than 4 oz in an 8 oz. bottle. I don’t have this problem with the other two bottles yet and may never and I’ve never had this problem with the Born Free bottles or the BPA Dr. Browns bottle. I do believe it’s because of the material used with the Dr. Browns bottle and I normally would think that it’s just a fluke but I’ve read that many others have had the same problem. The liquid comes out from under the ring where the ring meets the bottle.5. Born Free Bottles are more expensive. This is true. But this con I believe is also a pro. See the pro section below.NEUTRAL1. Both bottles use the same nipples, at least that is what it appears to me and are often confused when re-assembling bottles. The nipples are fine, no complaints.2. Both tops on the bottles are o.k. The Dr. Browns bottle has three little holes in the top. I’m not sure why that is but there’s got to be a reason. I just worry that by storing a pre-assembled bottle in the fridge (without the little white disk) that the milk or formula will take on the smells from the fridge. I just use the white disks to avoid a possible prob.PROS1. Both bottles are quality bottles and are available at many stores in case you need parts.2. If you like a lighter feeling bottle then go with Dr. Browns. If you like a little heavier feeling bottle go with Born Free (there’s something for everyone out there)! If neither bottle weight works for you, go with the glass bottles that both have.3. Both bottles are available in wide neck. Dr. Browns is also available in standard width.4. Born Free bottles can be converted into a drinking cup. If you’re like me and want to make sure that everything gets used to the max, no waste, then Born Free bottles are for you. Though they’re more money initially, they even out when you realize that you can convert them to training cups and drinking cups. [...] I just really love using something to its fullest and not having to have a million bottles and cups lying around.5. If you want to pump right into the bottle, I don’t know about Dr. Browns wide necks but Born Free Bottles have an adaptor available on their website to allow you to do this. I can’t speak to it.All in all, neither bottle is perfect. One is more expensive but can be converted and has fewer parts to clean but replacement parts are more expensive. The other is less expensive but seems to leak for some people, has more parts to clean but replacement parts are cheaper. I always tell friends, don’t buy too many bottles initially because you don’t know what will work for you. These are the two that we use and we like them both but neither is perfect.

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4.0

Great bottles but new version are hard to read

By elgrumba

from Chicago, IL

About Me First Time Parent

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Use
  • Portable
  • Safe For Baby

Cons

  • Hard to clean
  • Leaks

Best Uses

  • Breastfeeding
  • Infants
  • Meals

Comments about Handi Craft Dr Brown's 8 Ounce Wide Polypropylene Bottles 3 Pack:

We use these bottles after my 4 month old went from 4 oz meals to 5 oz meals, and I also use them for carrying pumped milk home from work. They are great for slow-feeding - but the older versions of these bottles had the ounce hashes in blue, so you could actually read them. Now they're clear and it is almost impossible to read! As long as you know how much you're putting in, or if you hold it to the light as you're pouring, you're ok. But it should NOT be this hard. Don't know why they changed it.

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5.0

Excellent!

By Sully

from Hollywood, FL

About Me Parent of Two or More Children

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Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Clean
  • Easy To Use
  • Safe For Baby

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Infants

    Comments about Handi Craft Dr Brown's 8 Ounce Wide Polypropylene Bottles 3 Pack:

    Excellent product for my baby. No colics!!!

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    5.0

    Great bottles!

    By Heather

    from Williamstown, Vermont

    About Me First Time Parent

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Compact
    • Durable
    • Easy To Clean
    • Easy To Use
    • helped with gas
    • Portable
    • Safe For Baby

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Breastfeeding
      • Infants

      Comments about Handi Craft Dr Brown's 8 Ounce Wide Polypropylene Bottles 3 Pack:

      My lactation consultant recommended these bottles. They have really helped with my baby's gassiness.

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      5.0

      Love

      By sewMOM

      from Cache Valley, Utah

      Comments about Handi Craft Dr Brown's 8 Ounce Wide Polypropylene Bottles 3 Pack:

      We have used these bottles from day one...Paisley is 17 months old and I still like them but the vents are now slipping off the discs. I want to know if you can buy replacement discs. I don't want to have to buy all new bottles....she will soon not need them.

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      5.0

      Great product

      By Lynne

      from Birdsboro,PA

      About Me First Time Parent

      Verified Buyer

      Comments about Handi Craft Dr Brown's 8 Ounce Wide Polypropylene Bottles 3 Pack:

      This product is great. Really helps with gas and colic. I have tried other products but none have worked like this.

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      5.0

      I love these bottles!

      By Mimi

      from Johnsonburg New Jersey

      About Me First Time Parent

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Compact
      • Durable
      • Easy To Clean
      • Easy To Use
      • Portable
      • Safe For Baby

      Cons

      • Leaks

      Best Uses

      • Infants

      Comments about Handi Craft Dr Brown's 8 Ounce Wide Polypropylene Bottles 3 Pack:

      I was having so much troubles with other bottles. My daughter would fuss and cry. She would have such a hard time burping after a feeding. Because of the Doctor Browns she burps after every feeding and she loves the nipples as well.

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      4.0

      Overall good product

      By Sarah from Indiana

      from Indiana

      About Me First Time Parent

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Safe For Baby

      Cons

      • Leaks

      Best Uses

        Comments about Handi Craft Dr Brown's 8 Ounce Wide Polypropylene Bottles 3 Pack:

        I'm not sure how much of a difference the vent actually makes because I've never used any other type of bottle but it seems to do the trick. I like the size and it is easy to read the ounce lines on the side. The only downfall is that sometimes when I'm making a bottle and shaking it to mix the formula it will leak a couple drops around the white cap. It's not enough to make a mess but enough to notice.

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        2.0

        Not for us

        By Tiffany

        from Hampton, Va

        About Me First Time Parent

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        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Clean

        Cons

        • Leaks

        Best Uses

        • Toddlers

        Comments about Handi Craft Dr Brown's 8 Ounce Wide Polypropylene Bottles 3 Pack:

        My son seems to like Dr. Browns bottles over most brands so we thought this would be a good fit. Everything is too large for him. He can't hold his grip on the bottle and the nipple is too wide.

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        5.0

        I love Dr Brown products

        By Jax

        from Jacksonville, TX

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        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Portable
        • Safe For Baby

        Cons

        • Hard to clean

        Best Uses

        • Infants

        Comments about Handi Craft Dr Brown's 8 Ounce Wide Polypropylene Bottles 3 Pack:

        I love Dr Brown's bottles. It is highly recommended by everyone. I am so glad I found the last one. It was on clearance compared to other stores! My friend was so excited for receiving these bottles!

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        4.0

        Preferred

        By Fletcher's Arrow

        from Cape cod MA

        About Me First Time Parent

        See all my reviews

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Easy to hold
        • Helped with gas

        Cons

        • Hard to clean

        Best Uses

        • Crawlers
        • Infants

        Comments about Handi Craft Dr Brown's 8 Ounce Wide Polypropylene Bottles 3 Pack:

        We used the typical sized dr Browns and liked them but my son just could not figure out how to hold them on his own. These wider bottles were perfect. My only complaint is that the tube (straw) didn't stay connected all the time. It fell off the white piece a few times and that wasn't ideal. Other than that uncommon mishap these bottles worked perfectly for us.

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