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Tuesday, September 21st 2010, 8:42am

Double Bottle Warmers

Hello I wonder if anyone can help.

Does anyone know where I can buy a double electric bottle warmer. I have looked on all the usual sites, Mothercare etc but all the ones I have found are for single bottles only. Rather than buy 2, I was wondering if anyone knew of a double one which heats 2 at once.

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Tuesday, September 21st 2010, 10:24pm

Hi Hun,

I too have looked for these and found nothing so went for 2 individual tommy tippee ones, maybe we should invent one & rake in the cash? :snigger:

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Wednesday, September 22nd 2010, 9:59am

Good plan Mac!!!!

I have decided to buy two seperate ones now do you know if the tommy tippee ones are universal and would take say an avent one??

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Wednesday, September 22nd 2010, 10:21am

We got a bottle warmer and its rubbish. Tommee Tippee one. We just use boiled water and a jug to warm stuff. Its actually quicker we found that the warmer.






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Wednesday, September 22nd 2010, 8:46pm

Not sure if they are universal Hun as I know that the advent one for eg, doesn't take the TT back to nature bottles.

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Wednesday, September 22nd 2010, 8:54pm

Hi JoJo,

I'm with Flic on this one I just boiled a kettle or used hot water out of the tap into a saucepan and it has always been ok and takes the same amount of time but doesn't cost a penny!!
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Wednesday, September 22nd 2010, 9:16pm

Hi

Same as Flic and Heather,we found them rubbish! (I probs didn't read the instructions right!),but we found it easier /quicker to use a jug/bowl of hot water.



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Thursday, September 23rd 2010, 12:45pm

Thanks for all the replies - I have decided to buy 2 fisher price travel bottle warmers from Mothercare. Not sure if they will be any good but thought I could leave them buy the bed at night to avoid having to go and boil kettle (God I sound so lazy already and I haven't even had the boys yet!!!) If they are no good for night feeds they will do for being out and about.
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