This bottle warmer evenly heats breastmilk, formula, or baby food within minutes.
Do you need a bottle warmer? One of the first things your doctor will mention is that you can’t microwave milk to give to your baby because it can get hot spots that will scald your baby’s mouth. Some parents just put a bottle in a bowl of warm water and wait for it to warm, but some find a bottle warmer that also uses warm water to be really useful. With a bottle warmer, the process is straightforward and you know the milk is at the right temp.
How does the AVENT Fast Bottle warmer stack up? Put your bottle or baby food container into this bottle warmer, add water, and turn it on to quickly get liquids and baby food to the just-right temp. (It uses a hot water bath to warm 5 ounces of milk or formula in three minutes!) Because it continuously circulates the liquid as it warms, there are no hot spots in the bottle to worry about burning your baby’s mouth. It also has a defrost setting to gently warm up frozen milk and baby food.
An LED light indicates whether the warmer is on or off, but you’ll have to set a timer to make sure you remove the bottle at the appropriate time. Otherwise the milk or formula will overheat since there’s no auto-shutoff function. Also, the instructions provide heating times based on plastic, not glass bottles and you can’t use this with breastmilk storage bags.