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Tommee Tippee Advanced Anti-Colic Newborn Baby Bottle Feeding Set

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Target.com has Tommee Tippee Advanced Anti-Colic Newborn Baby Bottle Feeding Gift Set on sale for $32.99. Select free store pickup if stock is available, otherwise shipping is free w/ RedCard or $35+ orders.

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Set Includes:
  • Travel Baby Bottle Warmer
  • Advanced Anti-Colic Bottles w/ Slow-Flow Nipples
  • Baby Bottle Brush
  • Medium-Flow Anti-Colic Nipples
  • Milk Powder Dispensers
  • Removable Bottle Handles
  • Newborn Pacifiers

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It is always available at this price. Last month only I got it from Target, which was also available on Walmart and Amazon too.

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It is always available at this price. Last month only I got it from Target, which was also available on Walmart and Amazon too.
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How is it "anti colic"?
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Quote from krish_krish :
It is always available at this price. Last month only I got it from Target, which was also available on Walmart and Amazon too.
100% standard pricing. Shilled at best.

Additionally, all recent studies on the subject have shown that human consumption of plastics are way up. There is no living person in modern society today that doesn't have ridiculously high levels of plastics in their body from our new normal of using plastic everything.

I highly suggest sticking to glass bottles for babies.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08177X6X6 for example.

BPA free doesn't mean safe; hell prior to 2010 they were shoving BPA down your throat. Glass is what we should have continued to use. Plastic is all about corporate profits, not your safety. We have enough plastics filling the planet with non-biodegradable waste.

Fun-Fact: In 50,000 years after humans are long gone, the only object that will still stand of human creation will be the huge layer of plastic that will be imbedded permanently into the Earth's rock formation. No other human made structure will survive 50,000 years after we disappear. So, at least your plastic crap will be evidence for aliens that we existed. Yay. Applause
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How is it "anti colic"?
"Unique anti-colic venting system draws air away from milk"

No idea what that means. I guess the bottles I've been using from a different brand for the past 6 months pushes air into the milk like a SodaStream for breastmilk? I suppose that would explain all the loud belching from the little one.
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I recommend Como Tomo over TT. Silicone bottles are easier to handle for growing babies up to toddler.

Basically, you want to get to a point where the child handles the bottle themselves.
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Anti colic lol. Don't be fooled by these gimmicks, colic can't just be prevented.

but these bottles are nice and our baby likes them more than others
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As a parent with a child with colic, good luck with a bottle fixing that. We ran a vacuum and a hairdryer to calm the little guy down, but he was a vomity, angry baby.

LMAO if someone thinks a bottle is gonna fiz colic.
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Anti colic lol. Don't be fooled by these gimmicks, colic can't just be prevented.

but these bottles are nice and our baby likes them more than others
An anti colic bottle isn't like an anti gravity belt. It doesn't negate colic.
They're more like anti lock brakes; you can still skid, but they reduce stopping distance.
If you think they're a scam, I'm not going to change your mind, so I won't bother trying.
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They also take a while to dry because the parts are small.
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I came across this bottle I was happy to try.
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Thanks. Got mine at Amazon and a few others on sale right now
They have some good deals there this week

https://www.amazon.com/Baby-Bottl...s_li_ss_tl
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Quote from vreezkid :
How is it "anti colic"?
They have inserts inside them like the Dr. Browns bottles which prevent baby from swallowing air.
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