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The First Years - Quick Time Auto Bottle Warmer
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The First Years - Quick Time Auto Bottle Warmer allows you to heat your baby's bottle in no time to the correct temperature when you're on the go. Just plug it into your car outlet, set the switch to 5 oz or 8 oz, depending on how much formula or milk you are warming, and the baby's bottle will be warm in just minutes. The built-in safety feature prevents overheating, so your baby's bottle is just the right temperature every time. Its unique design enables you to use it with nearly any size or shape bottle. The First Years Bottle Warmer is compact and lightweight for easy portability. It contains an ounce selector for consistent and accurate temperatures. Made to fit into the car adapter outlet, this baby bottle warmer is the among the fastest travel warmers currently available.
|Manufacturer Part Number:||Y4367|
|Brand:||The First Years|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||4.00 x 4.00 x 8.00 IN|
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- I am not sure what temp exactly but my boy likes his bottles hotter then room temperture by quite a bit. We also use drop ins and it goes from a double ice packed bottle which is colder then our fridge to the right temp in 2 8oz cycles on our very full 4oz (probably 5oz) bottle, that probably takes about 20-30 mins. It then keeps it hot for quite a long time, not sure how long exactly as he has normally drunk it within 30 mins. I have I think done the first cycle then set the second before I went in the store and still have perfect milk when I came out about 45 mins later if that helps.by Moonrize7/13/2010Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I haven't checked the actual temperature but, by pressing the on button once it gets the bottle room temperature. Press it again and it makes it a bit warmer. It doesn't really keep the warmth too long. You need to warm the milk when your baby is ready to eat.by HappyMommy337/10/2010Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- My daughter likes it farily warm, and i think it gets it warmer than room temp. Depends on the water you put in the bottle. If it's cold water your bottle warmer will get it to room temp (thats ok, just hit the oz button and turn it on again if its not warm enough). If the water is room temp to start then it gets nice and warm. Idk about all the 45 degrees celsius, but that is 77 degress ferenheit and it will do that from a cold bottle. That is about room temp. It will hold for roughly 30 mins depending on how warm your vehicle is. if u have AC on it may not hold as long as it shuts off. But like I said, just hit the buttons again and it will re-warm the water.by KaraokeMojo10/11/2009Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- No it does not. That was the first type of bottle I tried to use. It warmed up the outer plastic but did nothing for the bag inside. Need to use hard plastic bottles.by Stayninshape10/13/2010Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- It can do, I think it would warm up normal bottles much faster but I use drop ins with it. Either tip the bottle on it's side so the drop in touches the plastic part of the bottle or make sure the bottom is tucked in and run the cycle twice if needed. The plastic cover of the drop in bottles gets very hot.by Moonrize7/13/2010Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I'm sure it does.by pilot155/25/2010Was this answer helpful? (0) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- If you are talking about a drop in or a plastic bag I would say no, I tried it with milk in a breast milk bag and it melted the bag enough to cause a leak.by Moonrize7/13/2010Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Actually, it is bad to keep the formula warm. Nasty bacteria can grow in there. They recommend not having the bottle warm for more than 1 hour, and if it is to discard it immediatly. It's like leaving meat out of the frige all day. That's why they make bottle warmers. I think you could warm up a sealed liner full of milk. I would test a full liner on the 5oz setting before going warmer just to see. But I don't see why not!by KaraokeMojo10/11/2009Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
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