The NUK For Nature Learner Bottle is a truly sustainable bottle, made with 90% sustainable materials.
The brand NEW NUK for Nature Learner Bottle is part of the NUK for Nature range that also includes soothers and baby bottles.
The NUK for Nature range is the best choice for parents who want natural products for their child, with products that are made using sustainable materials. The range is also packaged in eco-friendly boxes and manufactured using renewable energy.
Let’s learn about the Learner Bottle.
The NUK for Nature Learner Bottle is made from over 90% sustainable materials that can be traced back to natural raw materials using the mass balance approach.
The learner bottle has a wide, flexible lip rest that’s recommended by experts for a smooth transition to independent drinking, and is 100% spill-proof.
Suitable for children 6 months and up, the babies will love the soft handles that are a comfortable fit for small hands, while parents will love the Temperature Control feature for the good feeling that warm is not too hot. The built-in temperature control indicator is easy to use, the indicator changes colour from blue to white when the food is too hot.
Where can I buy the NUK for Nature Learner Bottle?
The NUK For Nature Learner Bottle is part of the new NUK for Nature range, that includes soothers (0-6m, 6-18m, 18-36m) and bottles (150mL slow flow teat and 260mL medium flow teat). You can purchase the NUK for Nature Learner Bottle (150mL) in Sage or Cream from Big W, from July 2023. The NUK for Nature Silicone Soothers are available now from Big W.
Also on Review.
As part of the NUK for Nature Learner Bottle review, mums tried other products in the NUK for Nature range.
- See the NUK for Nature Sustainable Bottle reviews here.
- See the NUK for Nature Silicone Soother reviews here.
NUK Temperature Control is intended as an additional check. Therefore, the temperature should still be checked manually before actual feeding. To check the temperature of the contents, put a few drops on the inside of your wrist.
Published 18th May 2023