WOW!!! I decided to try this bottle after trying every other one out there, thicken breastmilk and medication. I can't tell you enough how much this helped. My baby used to cry for hours after every feeding. With this bottle there's no crying, happy baby and happy mommy. This is like no other bottle I've ever seen, the assembly and usage is different. If you have a bad experience, FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS!!! after seeing kids assembling bare, I'll figure I could do it. But if you still have trouble, call their customer support. If you seriously want your baby to stop suffering with pain, do what it takes. I strongly recommend it.
BARE Air-free 4oz Single Pack with Perfe-latch & Easy-latch Nipples. Breast-like & Air-free
Arrives by Wed, Feb 19
Ships to San Leandro, 1919 Davis St
About This Item
Bare Air-free feeding system is a healthier alternative to baby bottles.
A new way to feed your baby
BareÂ® Air-free feeding system is a healthier alternative to baby bottles. Without air-vents or plastic bags, BareÂ® Air-free feeds baby:
- AIR-FREE milk (to prevent gas build up).
- In UPRIGHT position (to minimize acid reflux).
- Lets baby CONTROL the FLOW/PACE of feeding (to discourage overfeeding).
- Easy-latchÂ® nipples are designed for babies who are bottle-fed.
- Perfe-latchÂ® nipples are for exclusively breastfed babies.
- 100% medical grade silicone. Free from BPA, PVC, lead, Phthalate and Nitrosamines.
- All parts are top rack, dishwasher safe.
- IMPORTANT: Assemble per instructions ONLY. Or call customer support for help.
- Improper assembly may cause malfunction, spills, leaks or faster flow.
Breast like and Air-free
BARE AIR-FREE FEEDING SYSTEM
|Assembled Product Weight|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
6.00 x 3.00 x 5.75 Inches
This thing makes so much sense I really wanted it to work, but the design is fundamentally flawed. I would bet if you have a colic baby and really want to work at this, and waste a lot of milk trying, you might get results you cannot get without this technology. For everyone else, dream on. I tried for 4 days on 3-week-old twins who can latch. There are two problems: 1) the tip comes in one flow only, and the idea of coating the plunger with milk or water to improve or restrict flow is insufficient. Babies expect glands to expel milk at a lesser rate than their effort rather than in a true hydraulic feed situation, which this is. The one-tip rate as flow control does not restrict flow enough. So lots of overflow. 2) this is the one that's insurmountable without adding a lot of extra technology. This is supposed to be airless, but it is absolutely not. After trying to see how air - and lots of it - kept getting in, I found the culprit: every single time the baby takes a break, a breath, the plunger drops back down because the pressure is relieved. Since I'm not holding the bottle completely vertical the air this vacuums in through the tip doesn't return to the tip but collects to the point where I'm feeding as much air as milk. In fact even if it all returned to the tip where would it go but into the baby? So we're spilling 5 - 10% of the milk, and we're feeding air anyway. Burping was actually easier with this bottle because there was much MORE air and gas built up, and much faster feeding, so the baby was in more PAIN but nonetheless started to burp faster. This was a fail.
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