Thats one that i did not try. They looked neat, but not all the ones that look neat are. I tried dr. Browns. Did not like all the pieces and the cleaning aspect of them. Every Advent i tried leaked. I loved and used playtex with both of mine. Used the playtex ventaire with my daughter and the dropins with my son. Mams are a close second as we did have a few of those.
I would suggest buying a single one and play with it. Suck on it, stretch the nipple with your fingers, turn it upside down and shake it. Sounds silly, but that way you can get an idea of how it works. Also, run it through the diahwasher a few times and check it again to see if there are any changes.
I have it.. my daughter loves it.. but bare in mind some children dont like their bottles to be changed so decide on one type of bottle that have all the sizes to follow your child till he/she grows up(:
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