Mums we’re excited to bring you the NUK First Choice Bottle with Temperature Control review!
As parents we know that milk should never be too hot or too cold, it needs to be just right, that’s why we are so excited to bring you the NUK First Choice Bottle with Temperate Control review, because it offers relaxed and safe feeding for you and your baby.
Mums and dads should check the drinking temperature of the contents of a bottle every time before giving it to their baby, however knowing when the right temperature is reached can be a challenge. That’s why NUK have developed their new Temperature Control indicator. This innovation helps to check that the contents of the bottle aren’t too hot.
The front of temperature control bottle features what looks like a thermometer and the temperature of the contents inside the bottle makes this change colour. If the contents are too hot, the normally blue indicator will turn white. Ideally, the food for feeding should have body temperature (37°C) and corresponds to the mean blue tone on the display.
More about the NUK First Choice Bottle with Temperature Control
- The NUK teat is accepted by 99% of babies, making it perfect for babies who are breast & bottle fed.
- The NUK Anti-Colic Air System ensures a natural flow to help baby drink without swallowing any air.
Where Can I Buy The NUK First Choice Bottle with Temperature Control?
The NUK First Choice Bottle with Temperature Control is available in polypropylene, 150ml & 300ml. You can purchase a NUK First Choice Bottle with Temperature Control from Target, Big W and Baby Bunting.
More about the NUK First Choice Bottle with Temperature Control review
The NUK First Choice Bottle with Temperature Control review is COMING SOON. Would you like the chance to try this product? If you’re a member you’ll soon receive an invitation to apply, if you’re not a member REGISTER HERE to make sure you receive the invite. We can’t wait to see if mums rate this as the best baby bottle!
NUK Temperature Control is intended as an additional check. Therefore, the temperature should still be checked manually before actual feeding. To check the food, it is suitable to put a few drops on the inside of the wrist.
Published 19th November 2020