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Toys R Us via Newegg has Avent Natural Glass Bottle Baby Newborn Starter Set (SCD201/00) on sale for $29.99. Shipping is free. Thanks supa2001

Toys R Us also has Avent Natural Glass Bottle Baby Newborn Starter Set (SCD201/00) on sale for $29.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup.

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Includes:
  • 2x Natural Glass 9oz Bottles
  • 2x Natural Slow Flow Nipples
  • 3x Natural Glass 4oz Bottles
  • 3x Natural Newborn Nipples
  • 1x Gray Formula Dispenser
  • 1x Grey Bottle Brush
  • 2x Transparent Newborn Silicone Pacifiers (0-3 Months)
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Toys R Us has Avent Natural Glass Bottle Baby Newborn Starter Set for $29.99 with Free Shipping
https://www.toysrus.com/product?p...d=33471434
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The set includes:
2 Natural glass 9 ounce/260 milliliter bottles with 2 Natural slow flow nipples,
3 Natural glass 4 ounce/125 milliliter bottles with 3 Natural newborn nipples,
1 Gray Formula Dispenser,
1 Grey Bottle Brush, and
2 Transparent Newborn Silicone Pacifiers (0-3 months).

Each glass bottle is about $7 on Amazon.
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These are for newborns who can't even hold the bottle by themselves anyway. You would be holding it the whole time for them.
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Yup, mainly because it's harder and less prone to scratches after a good scrubbing which leaves less marks for bacteria to harbor. Also good for infants cause they don't hold their own bottles so the weight won't matter...whereas it might be heavy for a toddler who holds their own bottle and if a toddler drops it it might hurt their foot, or even worse shatter the glass.
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Glass is more sterile than plastic.
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Thank you OP. Already have too many plastic bottles, but still ordered these for our 5 days old baby girl. Smilie
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Thanks op. Good price for glass bottles set.
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Please explain to a non-parent. How does giving glass, even "premium quality", etc glass, make sense to give to a small child. Honest question, because it just doesn't make sense to someone like me.
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Thanks op. Got two.
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Glass bottles...those wouldn't last long with my daughter. She does a "drop the mic" style move when she's done with her bottle
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Please explain to a non-parent. How does giving glass, even "premium quality", etc glass, make sense to give to a small child. Honest question, because it just doesn't make sense to someone like me.
The main reason for using glass is the lack of toxins and other chemicals that can bleed out of plastics
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Glass plus small human with bad motor skills sounds like a GREAT idea.
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Please explain to a non-parent. How does giving glass, even "premium quality", etc glass, make sense to give to a small child. Honest question, because it just doesn't make sense to someone like me.
Glass is more sterile than plastic.
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Glass plus small human with bad motor skills sounds like a GREAT idea.
Sounds like you don't have any newborns
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Please explain to a non-parent. How does giving glass, even "premium quality", etc glass, make sense to give to a small child. Honest question, because it just doesn't make sense to someone like me.
These are for newborns who can't even hold the bottle by themselves anyway. You would be holding it the whole time for them.
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Please explain to a non-parent. How does giving glass, even "premium quality", etc glass, make sense to give to a small child. Honest question, because it just doesn't make sense to someone like me.
Yup, mainly because it's harder and less prone to scratches after a good scrubbing which leaves less marks for bacteria to harbor. Also good for infants cause they don't hold their own bottles so the weight won't matter...whereas it might be heavy for a toddler who holds their own bottle and if a toddler drops it it might hurt their foot, or even worse shatter the glass.
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Sounds like you don't have any newborns
I have a 9 month and 2yr old. The 9 month does hold the bottle himself and his 2yr old sister likes to take it when done and run to the sink to put it away. Having glass seems like a horrible idea for either.
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