So my MIL is raising my niece since she was born (now 7months old) before her birth I never heard of Tommee Tippee products. MIL loves them and from what I have seen they r great but I wanted some more opinions.
BTW MIL has already got hubby and I the deluxe starter bottle kit and night pad monitor's from Tommee Tippee.
I never used them personally, we got Dr. Brown bottles which are a little but more pricey, but they are fantastic!!! They are great for reducing gas, colic and well built! We are using them again with our next one on the way, used some other bottles in emergencies, and it was terrible. Dr. Brown definitely! :)
My aunt used Avent but found they was leaking and went onto Tommie Tippee and have been amazing so far for her and shes recommended for me to use them as they've not caused her no problem so Id say go for Tommie Tippee :)
I used tt bottles with my first and although good I found they leaked if they fell over in the nappy bag, now this was four years ago so changes may have been made. I'm now 9 weeks with my second and intend on using medela bottles as I have not heard a bad word about them, hope this helps x
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