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Medela BPA Free Breastmilk Bottle - choose a breastmilk bottle you can trust, from the #1 choice of hospitals and mothers. Part of Medelas complete breastmilk feeding system. Safe and durable plastic retains breastmilks beneficial properties. Made from natural materials, BPA Free. Works with Medela breastpumps for pumping directly into the bottle.
Manufacturer #: 87130
Product Weight:0.2 pounds
Product Dimensions (in inches):6.0 x 3.3 x 2.4
Average Customer Rating:
(based on 205 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
Most Helpful Positive Review
The only one that worked. Versatile.
I do not typically write reviews, but my recent experience warranted for one. My first son was exclusively bottle fed (breasmilk) since he was a lazy nurser and didn't gain weight. My...Read complete review
I do not typically write reviews, but my recent experience warranted for one. My first son was exclusively bottle fed (breasmilk) since he was a lazy nurser and didn't gain weight. My second one who is one month old now is great on the breast but takes his time so if I ever wanted to get out of the house to run an errand I wanted to pump milk and have my nanny feed him. I bought the wide neck Dr. Browns for him, but they made him choke and gag, I think because they are too fast flow. He was also not able to latch onto the nipple which made him swallow a huge amount of air making him gassy and miserable during and after the feeding. Then I tried Tomme Tippee bottles as they were supposed to be closer to the shape of the breast, but maybe not mine as they were even worse than the browns. See, I believe the trick is in the right nipple, because if the nipple is not right for your baby, no matter how advanced venting system is installed in the bottle (dr. brown's) baby will suck in air due to incorrect latching. This is what happened to my baby at least. Desperate, I went to [...] and bought one of all of the main brands of bottles to try. I found the new medela bottles with the WIDE BASE nipple and since they can be attached to my medela pump I gave them a try first. It was amazing. My LO latched on right away and slowly and comfortably drank the whole bottle without choking or coughing up milk a single time and was happy and content afterwards drifting into sleep like he would on the breast. They work wonderfully. Here is the summary: - BPA FREE, FYI... Medela stuff has always been bpa free, just now they make sure it's written on all of their stuff just like other companies do, who have just switched to bpa free plastic. Don't believe me? Check their website. -In addition to being great bottles the ring and nipple attaches to all other (older) pumping bottles too so I didn't have to buy any more. (all medela stuff has ALWAYS BEEN BPA FREE) This saves money and time too as you don't have to wash as many bottles; you use the same ones for pumping and feeding. Just buy more nipples and rings. Great idea! - Simple construction, only 3 pieces plus a cap vs. 6 pc for dr browns. - There is no venting system, but I believe it is overrated and mostly used for justifying the high price. My LO was very gassy from the dr browns even with the complex venting system. - The nipple is just the right size, not too wide which can be hard to latch onto (tommee tippee) and not too narrow (dr. brown's standard) which can cause nipple confusion. - The slow flow nipple could be a bit slower, although it didn't cause a choking problem. I'm hoping LO will not refuse the breast in hope for the convenient bottle. Will give an update later on this. - Cannot comment on durability as we have just started using them. Will update on this too. My older bottles are very durable, hoping these would be too. Finally... Breast and babies come in different shapes and sizes so what works for me may not work for you. I hope this review helps you to choose, but ultimately it will your baby who makes the final decision. : )
Most Helpful Critical Review
Poor Nipple Design
I breastfeed and bottlefeed 100% breastmilk and I am disappointed with the nipples that come with these bottles. They are not slow-flow and they have narrow bases. For such a lage supplier of breastfeeding...Read complete review
I breastfeed and bottlefeed 100% breastmilk and I am disappointed with the nipples that come with these bottles. They are not slow-flow and they have narrow bases. For such a lage supplier of breastfeeding products, I am quite surprised and dismayed that Medela does not have a nipple design that would work with breastfeeding. The flow was way too fast for my baby and the narrow-base nipple definitely did not make latch-on any easier with breastfeeding. I quit using these very soon after my baby was born because of their poor design. I found other manufacturers who make wider nipples with slow-flow and they are wonderful! I only use these Medela bottles now to store my milk in, not for any feeding whatsoever. As for storing, I have never had any problems with leaking, and their shape makes it easy to pour the milk...into better bottles.
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I would buy this again.
By Amanda K
from Topeka, KS
Comments about Medela BPA Free 5 Ounce Breast Milk Bottle:
We are fans of Medela ever since my first born (we rented a Medela pump from the hospital). I just had my 3rd baby and was happy to find the bottles still fit my new Ameda breast pump. The nipples on these seem a little "soft," but baby took to the bottle with no issues.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Beaverton, OR
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I use this bottle to pump milk into and then store it for later use. My baby has not had any problems using it.
Product help my daughter n I when she was not available.
from Albuquerque, NM
Product was used when mom was not available. Baby was able to latch on with out a problem. Would recommend to new mothers.
from Hamilton, NJ
Perfect for using with the pump or for any feeding. The size lets you adjust to your baby's current needs.
I love it :)
from Holbrook , NY
If you have premature baby , it works great :)
from Jersey city, nj
It was well designed and good quality product
Ok but daughter won't take
By Nat O
Decent bottle and not too expensive but daggtwwr won't take this bottle.
A little expensive for one bottle, all I needed was the top
It seems to mimic a nipple well, my baby didn't get nipple confusion, I hate that medela don't sell the tops separately like they do with the bottles. So now I have seven bottles and one top (not the storage tops)
Loved this bottle!
from Jacksonville NC
Our daughter wouldn't take anything but the breast until we tried this bottle!
Can't Live Without It
By First time Mo
For whatever reason, this is the only bottle nipple my baby will take. We've tried Calma nipple, several other brands, etc. for months, but she will only tolerate this one. I like that the bottle gives you exact measurements on the side, so you know how much she's actually drinking. I don't like the fact that Medela doesn't sell nipples separately.
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