New All in One Baby Bottle Plus

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( — April 11, 2014) Eagle, ID ID, USA – Does picking the best bottles out for your baby sometimes seem a bit overwhelming since there are numerous bottles available in the market? 


From basic plastic, to glass and stainless steel, there’s a bottle for every baby. As you decide on the type of bottle, finding out what your baby prefers also matters.


Those basic plastic bottles have fewer thrills and convenient features, but don’t target the specific feeding needs of your baby. These bottles are less expensive than breastfeeding-friendly, anti-colic or eco-friendly bottles. Some bottles have unique built in venting systems that helps reduce air intake, through its durability and rudimentary nipples can be a concern.



Choosing a Baby Bottle


Here are important things to consider in choosing the right best bottles for babies


  • BPA-free: Choose bottles that do not contain BPA (Bisphenol-A)
  • Glass or Plastic: Glass bottles are BPA-free, microwave-safe and last longer than plastic bottles, but tend to be heavier. When choosing plastic bottles, avoid Polycarbonate (Plastic #7) for it contains BPA. Polypropylene (PP or plastic #5) are better.
  • Nipples: It comes in various shapes, sizes, and material and flow levels. Start by choosing a teat with the slowest flow. Silicone is always a safe choice than latex. Newborns can choke on a fast-flow nipple. For breastfed babies, use the slowest nipple flow available. Since breastfed babies tend to “work” to get their milk, they would continue to latch thru the nipple with the slowest flow.
  • Ease of Cleaning: Most moms overlooked this part when choosing a baby bottle. Since a baby’s bottle needs to be thoroughly cleaned after use, better pick one that won’t be a challenge to wash.
  • Growth Potential: There are some baby bottles that can be used as sippy cups and can accommodate handles if your baby is old enough to feed themselves.
  • Breastfeeding-friendly bottles: These bottles can surely help in the transition of your baby from breast to bottle feeding. The nipple is usually longer promoting easier latches and has a variable flow similar to that of breast milk. Some bottles are even shaped to remind baby of the breast.

7 Bottle Feeding Tips


Your baby may take time to get used to the change from breastfeeding to bottle feeding. For smooth transition try these tips:

  1. Use a slow-flow nipple, especially for infants so as not to make them gag.
  2. Introduce the bottle every three to five days.
  3. Offer your baby a bottle after regular feeding to get her used to the nipple.
  4. Let your partner, mother, childcare provider to feed your baby.
  5. Try to be out of the room so your baby will get used to bottle feeding.
  6. Don’t introduce the bottle if your baby is not feeling good.
  7. Bring the bottle to lukewarm temperature.

All in One Baby Bottle Plus


ThinkBaby has designed a complete series of bottles specifically for every stage of your baby’s life. This is the first bottle line that can be used from newborn up to 4 years of age.


Most baby bottles in the market contain venting system. ThinkBaby’s venting system has been created right into the nipple. There are no extra pieces to clean or potentially lose. The nipple itself is an extra soft medical grade no spill nipple. It eliminates large amounts of milk from spilling everywhere. The best thing is the nipples mimic the way babies feed during breastfeeding.


ThinkBaby is your best choice when comes to transitioning your baby from breast feeding to bottle feeding With the help of its conversion kit, transforming baby bottles to sippy cups will also be very easy. The travel top helps reduces spillage during travel. It also protects the nipple from coming into contact with foreign particles.


ThinkBaby sippy cup and bottle solved the many problems and complaints that parents have.

  • Silicone nipples have a wider base for a smooth transition from breastfeeding to bottle feeding
  • Built-in venting system directly to nipple.
  • Equipped with a colic reduction system which reduces the incidences of gas and spit up
  • Hourglass shape perfect for small hands to grasp the bottle
  • Highly-durable
  • Physical design sets it apart for its two sides are slightly concaved.
  • 100% BPA Free
  • No spill nipple
  • Nipple design mimics natural breast feeding.
  • East to clean and dishwasher safe
  • Free from nitrosamines, phthalates, PVC, PET, lead, melamine and biologically harmful chemicals

ThinkBaby Bottle Venting System


With its built-in venting system, the occurrence of gas and spit up during feeding is prevented. This system is built into the nipple, which helps reduce the need for extra items to assemble. It simplifies cleaning the nipple and bottle.



Easily Upgrades To a Sippy Cup


Converting the baby bottles into an award winning Sippy Cup is one of the best things about the ThinkBaby system. All you need to do is to purchase ThinkBaby Conversion Kit and you can easily and quickly turn the ThinkBaby bottle into a award winning sippy cup!


The ThinkBaby Sippy Cup is made from soft silicone spouts unlike most sippy cups in the market with hard plastic spouts or rubber spouts. Its soft silicone makes the transition from baby bottles to sippy cups hassle free. The silicone spouts also feature cross cut design which prevents milk spill when held upside down.


About ThinkBaby Bottle:


Think Baby Bottles are especially designed for the breastfed babies. It is manufactured under some specific standards due to which mom can rely on it. Think Baby Bottles can be used for newborns to 4 years old kids.


You can learn more about these bottles by viewing a short informative video here.


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(855) 289-6674