Simple Serve Bottle Warmer Quickly Warm Bottles
- VERSATILE: Quickly warms breast milk, formula, and baby food jars. Sanitizes multiple pacifiers at once.
- SIMPLE PREP: Prefill the water vial to desired amount and then store in warmer - no need to measure in the middle of the night!
- SLEEK PROFILE: Compact size fits easily on counter so you can keep in nursery or on nightstand for easy access during night time feedings.
- CHOOSE YOUR BOTTLE: Works with most wide, narrow, angled, even disposable bottles.
- Auto Shut Off
- 8 x 5 x 5 inches
Warming is way off with this. Frustrating!!! It’s like 2 extra drops of water in the warming chamber and the bottle is scorching hot!
I ended up really liking the Kiind bottle warmer. You can find them at kid resale stores for less. It has a timer and uses water to warm slowly but only holds and exact amount of water so measuring is not difficult. You fill it up and the water stays stored in there in the bottom. When you turn timer dial to however many minutes you want, the water raises up and surrounds the bottle. Cool design! I got my kiind bottle warmer in a kiind starter kit from buy buy baby for 20% off. That store also accepts bed bath beyond coupons because they’re partners or something. Combining those deals was a steal.
It does what it is designed to do. It does heat up milk. However, I'm going to give it three stars because the instructions on how long to heat up milk I have found to be completely inaccurate. Most of the time it seems like a complete guessing game. One other reviewer suggested conducting your own experiment to figure out how long to heat the bottles and that's what I'm going to try next. I'm tired of putting a bottle in for it to be cold still when I take it out and then putting in the next level of water the next time for the milk to be scalding hot! I just want to reliably heat a bottle of milk to the right temperature but unfortunately that's going to take a lot of experimenting with water (not my precious breast milk) when my baby isn't hungry because trying to guess what amount to use with a hungry screaming baby is not pleasant for anyone involved.