Do you hate the thought of waking up to bottles after those late-night feedings or finding a place to wash and sanitize your bottles while traveling? Then you may be interested in trying Steri-bottle, the “hassle free, recyclable baby feeding bottle.”
Chicago-made Steri-bottles take the hassle out of preparing bottles and sterilizing them after your little one finishes eating. They are incredibly convenient for traveling, busy days and late-night feedings, overnight stays at grandma’s and just for keeping in your diaper bag or car for backup.
And Steri-bottles are completely recyclable and BPA free, so they’re safe for your child and the environment.
I first used Steri-bottle while out to eat at a restaurant with my family. The bottles and nipples come in a re-sealable package to ensure their safety and cleanliness in between uses. The bottles are sturdy and well made, so I wasn’t worried about it leaking while my son ate. And I have to say, it was nice to just leave the bottle when he was finished rather than clean it in the bathroom there and then really clean again when I got home.
I should note that for my nine-month old son, it was a little awkward for him to eat from a different bottle at his age, but he loves to eat so he figured it out! Because of that, I would definitely recommend you start using Steri-bottles when your baby is younger so that he or she can get used to the nipple and flow early on. But in a pinch, I’ve found that anything will work!
You can buy Steri-bottle at BabiesRUs and online at BabiesRUs.com, CVS.com and Amazon. They come in your choice of 2, 5 or 10 bottles and nipples and retail for $1/bottle. You can find a complete list of retailers here.
This was not a paid post. My own opinions were used based on my perceptions and experience. Thank you to Steri-bottle who provided us with the products for review.