When it comes to protecting tiny tummies, it’s important to sterilise all your baby’s bottles and accessories for at least the first year of their life. With the Tommee Tippee Complete Feeding Kit, you can quickly and easily sterilise up to 6 bottles in 5 minutes**, allowing you to protect your baby without using harmful chemicals.
Using natural steam, the Electric Steam Steriliser kills 99.9% of harmful bacteria and viruses†. It also keeps freshly steamed contents sterile for up to 24 hours* when the lid is closed. It features a one-button-start and auto shut-off mode for safety, while the lid has easy-lift handles to keep your hands safe from hot steam.
Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature baby bottles are accepted by babies and recommended by mums †† because their breast-like teats flex like mum and help encourage a natural latch. The Advanced Anti-Colic bottles share the same breast-like teat, but also feature an anti-colic tube that draws air away from milk to reduce symptoms of wind, reflux and discomfort. That’s why 97% of mums would recommend our Advanced Anti-Colic bottles, with 85% noticing a reduction in colicky discomfort†††.
Compatible with a wide range of branded baby bottles, the Easi-Warm bottle warmer allows you to heat your baby’s feeds from birth and throughout their weaning journey. Equipped with a one-dial operation and three settings, you can choose to warm from fridge temperature, room temperature or to keep baby’s feed warm. It’ll automatically work out the optimum warming time based on the setting you choose and the starting temperature of the bottle.
†Tested against Coronavirus and Influenza H1N1 (tested to EN 16777)
†† Based on 2021 study of 524 parents who use Tommee Tippee bottles
††† Based on a survey of 189 parents who used Closer to Nature Advanced Anti-colic bottles
*When the sterilising cycle is finished, either remove contents and use immediately or leave the lid closed and contents will remain sterile for up to 24 hours**Based on Tommee Tippee 260ml bottles
***Warming time of 4 minutes is based on heating a 150ml serving of milk from ambient room temperature (20°C