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Target.com has various Nuk Bottles, Nipples & Gift Sets on sale Buy 1, Get 1 Free when you add a quantity of 2 to your cart. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free for orders $35+ or w/ REDcard. Thanks gramacc

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amazing deal bought 2 of the gift sets.
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good water bottles for the gym. very cool looking too, i always get stares when using them
You're cool
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good water bottles for the gym. very cool looking too, i always get stares when using them
I don't get it..
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I don't get it..
Don't mind him... he's being an ignorant moron.
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Good deal for gifting and it ships for free even with discount!
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Hopefully the quality of these is not like the Nuk sippy cups... Where the hole size is not the same from one bottle to another.. They all leak... I learned my lesson... Only buy Phillips Avents... Phillips has so much budget that they do good r and d and also iron out any manufacturing issue..
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Way to gatekeep on baby bottles!
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Drinking/eating from plastic containers exposes your baby to additional amounts of micro plastics. We have plenty of micro plastics that we consume from ordinary foods.

If you can (and if its available, haven't done research) try to use glass bottles for your baby needs. "But what if the baby drops the glass bottle and hurts him/herself? You should be the one holding the bottle, not the baby.
Ahh you are the type that comments on celebrities social media pics when they aren't using a baby carrier right, like your opinion makes some sort of a difference
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Drinking/eating from plastic containers exposes your baby to additional amounts of micro plastics. We have plenty of micro plastics that we consume from ordinary foods.

If you can (and if its available, haven't done research) try to use glass bottles for your baby needs. "But what if the baby drops the glass bottle and hurts him/herself? You should be the one holding the bottle, not the baby.
Well all i see are bottles made from plastic. If you can point me to bottles that aren't plastic or will release micro plastica that would be great
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Added 2 of the same, but not showing up as one free in cart for me.
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Well all i see are bottles made from plastic. If you can point me to bottles that aren't plastic or will release micro plastica that would be great
I have glass bottles Evenflo makes. Got 8 oz on Amazon and 4 oz at target. Or vice versa.
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