Glass bottle is nice but bottle leaks
Buyer beware - this is not the perfect solution we thought it would be considering the high cost. The major problem is if you fill bottle more than 40%, your formula will run up the breather straw and spill out from under the lid as you tilt it to feed. This seems to be an almost unbelievable oversight by the manufacturer and we actually thought it must have been us doing something wrong but on inspection it wasn't.
It's a pity as otherwise the glass bottle is off good quality, the breather systems works OK - even though our baby still burbs the same as with standard $5 bottles but it does seem to make the flow better if that is what you are after.
I wish I found this sooner
My baby suffers from wind and acid reflux and this bottle has really made a difference to her symptoms. She can feed without working against the vacuum of the bottle and its really easy for her to feed and there have been far less spit ups, chuck ups and general episodes of wind discomfort.
The quality feels really good too.
Measurements guides are wrong!
Be very careful if you are using the Dr Browns Glass Baby Bottles, the measuring guides are incorrect. You will not be mixing your baby the correct levels of water / milk powder. This can be very serious. I used three other measuring cups and they all proved Dr Browns wrong by up to 12ml. Not safe and not good. Not to mention way too narrow to get powder into the bottle, don't buy them.
What was right? Dangerous to babys.
Can only use so long
These bottles are great until a child reaches the stage where they can hold their own bottle. These are too heavy for an infant to try to hold. Also they break very easily! I would recommend them for the first couple months. It get rid of them ASAP when the baby is trying to hold the bottle.
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