Review by Jessi:
Born Free bottles come in a brown box and come with a size 1 nipple and a cap. The bottles have an innovative air vent that helps to eliminate colic symptoms by reducing the pressure within the bottle and is medically acknowledged to reduce the risk of middle-ear infection. The bottles have a softer nipple that does not collapse when baby is trying to drink. They are shatterproof, east to clean and assemble and are made from polyethersulfone (PES). Born Free baby bottles are dishwasher (top rack) and microwave safe. They come in 5oz & 9oz plastic bottles as well as 5oz & 9oz glass bottles. While I think they are a bit pricey I also firmly believe that my childs safety is worth the costs. They come in a variety of packs you can purchase and although I normally tell you the prices because there are just so many to choose from I think in this case it is best to save confusion and just tell you to go to the Born Free site to find a package that suits your needs. Holden loves his Born Free bottle and uses it all the time when he is going to feed himself, which he just started doing, one of the big bonuses is that the handles from the sippy cup works on the bottles so I can put the handles on his bottle and make it easier for him to hold.
***Born Free is going to give one lucky reader their choice of a four pack of bottles in either the 5oz or 9oz sizes or a four pack of training cups.
Enter at Jabbering Jessi by Nov 17th!