Mam Ultivent Feeding Bottles Reviews
Product Type: Mam kids equipment
Description:Brand: Mam / Nursing Aids: Bottles & Accessories / Self seal lid for spill proof travel. Eliminates need for sealing ... more
Mam Ultivent Feeding Bottles ... cap. The wide neck provides easy filling, with an easy to read scale for accurate measuring in ml/oz. Anticolic MAM Ultivent valve constantly controls the flow of air into the bottle by rea
Newest Review: ... idea as all other makes of bottle do not have this function and i always worried how well we could really clean them. There ... more
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Last Update 11.12.2013 08:31
Customer Mam Ultivent Feeding Bottles Reviews (11)
by - written on 24/10/07 (Very useful, 1022 readings)
As a new parent you are bombarded with choices. Everyone has advice and recommendations and there are certain situations where you are prepared to try anything and everything to find something that works. For us, one of those situations was the choice of bottle. My son’s clearly going to be a real man. He was breastfed to start with but there came a point at which I wanted (and needed for medical reasons) to switch him onto a bottle. He was having none of it. I’d bought some Tommy Tippee bottles when he was born on the recommendation of a friend. The teats were meant to be “close to nature” but they were clearly not that close as my son was not fooled! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/09 (Very useful, 150 readings)
During my pregnancy with my first child, I shopped and shopped and shopped for all things baby and pregnancy related, and I felt quite prepared in the couple of weeks before she was born. I had bought a selection of Avent bottles as these seemed to be the main brand available and I therefore thought that they would be great with them being a reputable brand. I soon realised within a couple of days of my daughter being born that the Avent bottles just werent right for her and so I then did what I should have done in the first place and scoured the internet for other peoples opinions and suggestions. A name which kept popping up was MAM, personally I hadnt heard ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/06/09 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I just want to start out by saying that I absolutely LOVE these bottles! When I had my first baby in 2004, I started out breast feeding her, but after a few weeks I started to have problems, so I started looking for a suitable bottle. What initially attracted me to the Mam bottles was the quirky design and fabulous colours (the triple pack for girls contains 2 pink and one lilac bottle and for the boys you get 2 blue and one green). What sealed the deal for me, was the shape of the teat - it was the exact shape that my baby pulled my nipple into as she was breast feeding. I'd already tried her with the Avent bottles (that I had free with my steriliser at the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/09 (Very useful, 197 readings)
Mam has been around since 1976 buit I hadn't heard of them at all until my daughter was around 2 months old. I started my daughter on Tommee Tippee bottles and what a waste of time I found those to be! Closer to Nature? I don't think so. Changing to Mam bottles it the best thing I have done! We were suggested to use these by our GP as our daughter seemed to have colic and what a difference they made. They are also claimed to be as close to breastfeeding as you will get. The bottles have to be taken apart to be sterilized - you need to sterilize the teat, the main section of the bottle, the bottom section and the rubber inner but other than that I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/09 (Very useful, 139 readings)
When I gave birth to my daughter and was defeated into bottle feeding I decided to buy a job lot of the best known bottle. Being a new Mum I didn't realise that some babies don't just settle for any old bottle some of them are fussy little things. I would suggest that a new mummy only buys four or so of the same bottles in case their little one is the same it will save a fortune. The pack I bought was a waste of money! My daughter fell in to this category, I couldn't work out why she would get in such a state when trying to get the bottle into her mouth and then my Mum suggested that because I had breastfed she may not like the teat on the bottle so maybe I ... Read the complete review
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