About this item
- Natural Response nipple lets baby control the pace of the milk
- Made of premium quality borosilicate glass, a BPA free material. Heat and thermal shock resistant
- Wide breast-shaped nipple, makes easy to combine breast and bottle feeding
- No-drip nipple design helps prevent lost milk from the tip
- Anti-colic valve is designed to reduce colic and discomfort
What to expect when introducing the Philips Avent Natural Response Nipple:
-It's totally natural for your baby to take 2-3 tries to get milk flowing from a new bottle. Unlike traditional bottles the Natural bottle is designed to only release milk when your baby is actively drinking, like what happens when babies breastfeed.
-We have 5 different nipple flow rates for the Natural bottle. When looking for the right nipple flow rate, age is a guide, but your baby's approach to drinking and the feeding cues they will show will help determine when to move to a higher or lower nipple flow rate.
Q: are you able to put the vent from thr anti colic bottles on these??
A: Hi! No. The Philips Avent AirFree Vent is not compatible with the Philips Natural Response Bottle.submitted byAnswered by Philips - 4 months agoBrand expert
Q: What's the difference between glass bottles and plastic bottles?
A: Hi! The Philips Avent Glass Natural Response Baby Bottle SCY913/04 is BPA-free like the Philips Avent Natural Response Baby Bottle SCY906/04.submitted byAnswered by Philips - 7 months agoBrand expert
Q: Are these glass bottles microwave safe, if we would like to warm the milk in the bottle directly?
A: Hello! The Philips Avent Glass Bottles are microwave safe. However, we do not recommend using a microwave to warm up baby's food or drinks. Microwaves might alter the quality of food/drinks and destroy some valuable nutrients. Microwaves do not heat evenly and they might leave "hot spots" which could scald your baby. When heating up your Philips Avent bottle in the microwave, please only place the container without screw ring, AirFree vent, nipple and cap. Always stir heated content to ensure even heat distribution and check the temperature before serving.submitted byAnswered by Philips - 2 years agoBrand expert