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pigeon PPlus PP bottle 330ml
pigeon PPlus PP bottle 330ml

Pigeon SofTouch Peristaltic Plus Wide Neck Bottle 240ml (PP)

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Pigeon’s range of wide neck feeding bottles now include the highly acclaimed Peristaltic PLUS™ teat – the result of extensive research in latching, peristaltic movement and swallowing and allows for natural and smooth swallowing. The Peristaltic Plus™ teat aims to be the closest teat to a mother’s nipple to reduce nipple confusion and promote easy bottle feeding. Made from BPA-free PP plastic in an ergonomic design for easy-hold. Bottle is made from Polypropylene (PP) material which is durable and lightweight

240ml comes complete with a M teat.  The M teat tip is a cross-cut or Y-cut, meaning no milk will drip out without your baby  actively sucking.When your baby does suck, the cross-cut opens like petals of a flower allowing as much milk to flow through as the strength of your baby’s suck.This is why this style of teat is often called a Variable cut

  • The Peristaltic Plus™ teat aims to be the closest teat to a mother’s nipple to reduce nipple confusion and promote easy bottle feeding.
  • Bottle is made from Polypropylene (PP) material which is durable and lightweight
  • 240ml comes complete with a M teat
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Louise
SA
Finally a bottle that works!
Reviewed on 12 October 2017
After having spent over $100 (no joke) on different bottles to get my cheeky 5 month old to take, we have had the success we were after with the Pigeon wide neck bottle. When going on my mad search for the perfect bottle what I found was that a lot of other brands have teats that cause confusion for breastfed babies. When they're put in their mouths they have no idea what is happening and spit it out. With this bottle the teat shape and the product it's made out of, allows bubs to drink as if at the breast which has made this mum very happy!!
Candace
NSW
Perfect and good quality bottle!
Reviewed on 07 August 2017
I have used these bottles for you the last 3 years for both of my daughters. These bottles have been nothing but amazing to use. They have never leaked, the newborn teats have the perfect slow flow, they are very easy to clean and sterilize and they last ages. I have also used these bottles while breastfeeding and the wide teat has made it easy for my baby to switch between breast and bottle without confusion.
Sandi
NSW
Have used these bottles since DD was born!
Reviewed on 10 July 2017
A friend recommended pigeon bottles before DD was born. I was keen on doing one bottle feed a day from day 1 because didn't want DD to get to a point where she wouldn't take the bottle! These pigeon bottles have worked wonderfully and she's 16 mths old now and still using them! I started with the smaller 160ml and have moved to the 240ml and bought the larger teats as she has gotten older. She still uses the 6m+ teats. Everything has worked so well with these bottles so far why change? I did try a few others at the start because I didn't want her getting used to just one brand of bottle but what a stupid thing to think - silly me first time parent! The Avent phillips bottle (teat was so hard it gave her an upper lip blister!) and the Medela one because everyone raved about it but it did not suit DD at all, she would throw up because she couldn't control the flow.
Ruth
QLD
Amazing teat
Reviewed on 09 June 2017
I bought this bottle at my local chemist warehouse as a last resort. We had tried all the popular brands but my exclusively breastfed bub refused them all. First feed of expressed milk with the bottle he took and has never refused a bottle feed since!
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