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Baby Quoddle Glass Bottles - Abel Series Medium Flow Twin Pack 300ml

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These beautifully hand blown glass bottles offer a sustainable and plastic-free alternative to your typical plastic baby bottles so you can consciously reduce the amount of plastic your baby is exposed to from a young age and reduce their environmental impact at the same time.

The Abel Series 300ml bottles are perfect for when bub requires more milk. They come with medium flow natural rubber teats and covers which are interchangeable with the 150ml size bottles. Likewise you can use the newborn flow teats on these larger bottles too. Replacement teats are sold separately.

These twin packs come packaged in a beautiful gift box making them perfect as a gift for a mum-to-be, a baby shower or a corporate gift for a new baby.

Why have we selected this product? 

  • Plastic-free
  • Toxin-free
  • Bottle made of hand blown glass
  • Natural rubber teats & covers
  • Comes with medium flow teats
  • Newborn bottle (150ml) with slow flow teat also available here.

Product Stats: 

Material:  Glass and natural rubber
Dimensions / weight: 300mls
Made in: Designed by an Aussie mum.

CAUTION: Please note these bottles are glass nursing bottles and need direct supervision at all times. Each  bottle has a negative pressure release valve. Whilst feeding baby please ensure this is clear of babies mouth (position clear and to the side).

CARE: It is most import that the rubber teats and cap be cared for as per instructions. The rubber is all natural and cannot be exposed to heat. The teats should be washed in soapy water and then can be placed in Milton solution for the required time and removed from solution and stored in a container somewhere cool. They should never be left in solution for long period or rubber will get damaged.