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Amazon.com Philips Avent BPA Free Natural Polypropylene Bottle, 9 Ounce, 2 Count $10.48

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Amazon.com has the Philips Avent BPA Free Natural Polypropylene Bottle, 9 Ounce, 2 Count for $10.48. Lowest I have seen in months.

https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Av...B007VBXJ7M

Good deal if you have a baby and need one now.
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#2
just bout this a week ago for 50% more. Good deal.
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Natural polypropylene? WTF is that? LMAO
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Isn't glass bottle better?
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Isn't glass bottle better?
yep. bpa free doesn't mean much anymore.

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Natural polypropylene? WTF is that? LMAO
it occurs naturally as a byproduct of factories...
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Thanks OP
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FWIW My son hates these nipples.
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Quote from zhopa View Post :
Natural polypropylene? WTF is that? LMAO
Natural is the nipple style. And everything came from the ground originally.

There's a theory that we're all just mud plus time. A lot of time.

I'm not saying that I agree with it, but they teach it in schools...
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My son has liked this brand of bottle, but he isn't picky. They're pretty easy to clean, at least.
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Quote from zhopa View Post :
Natural polypropylene? WTF is that? LMAO
Natural in this case references their nipple design. Philips has a classic design and a natural line (with natural being flatter in an attempt to approximate a breast nipple).

Good luck!

Jon
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Quote from Pipsqueak View Post :
Natural is the nipple style. And everything came from the ground originally.

There's a theory that we're all just mud plus time. A lot of time.

I'm not saying that I agree with it, but they teach it in schools...
I prefer stardust.
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#12
Its not deal. I get these at target for $8.90
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Quote from kevinatwsi View Post :
Isn't glass bottle better?
glass still has plastic rings. we went with Pura Kiki stainless steel bottle. it's lasted two kids and now they use it as snack containers and straw bottles. so I think we've got our money's worth.
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buy drop in disposals ..... the best
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Quote from Pipsqueak View Post :
Natural is the nipple style. And everything came from the ground originally.

There's a theory that we're all just mud plus time. A lot of time.

I'm not saying that I agree with it, but they teach it in schools...
Polypropylene did not come from the ground.
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