When you’re expecting a baby, some things may be more complicated than you thought. But Tommee Tippee® thinks choosing the right baby bottle is one thing you shouldn’t have to worry about. So while other baby bottles talk of latch-on, breast-like or air reduction, only the Tommee Tippee Ultra bottle has it all. Tommee Tippee has been hard at work with a group of top baby feeding experts to develop this revolutionary new bottle. No, they don’t mean healthcare professionals, but mums, dads and babies themselves. After all who knows bottle feeding better? And the results have said it all!….Here are the three reasons why 85 per cent of mums* said this is the best baby bottle they have ever used…
Natural Latch – The extra wide neck teat on the Ultra bottle offers a more breast-like shape for baby to latch onto. The teat is made from a super-soft, high grade silicone which allows the teat to move in multiple directions like a breast replicating a natural feeding action. The breast-like nature of this bottle makes for easy switching between breast and bottle.
Secure Seal – A contour zone has been uniquely built into the Ultra teat, which forms a perfect match to baby’s open mouth. This zone allows baby to form a secure seal around the teat which helps reduce air ingestion and discomfort. It also helps prevent messy milk dribbles for a more comfortable feed Perfect Flow – The innovative angled teat on the Ultra bottle provides a more comfortable, upright feeding position for baby and the milk flows down the bottle in an even way right to the end of the feed For the ultimate latch, seal and flow. Only Ultra delivers it all.
The new Ultra bottles from Tommee Tippee are available in 150ml and 260ml sizes in packs of 1,2 and 3 in Boots priced from £8.99 for a single bottle to £19.99 for a pack of 3.
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*In an Independent Trial of 108 UK mums, of those that expressed a preference, 85% agreed.