The First Years QuickServe Bottle and Jar Warmer

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The Quick Serve Bottle Warmer by The First Years safely heats breast milk, formula, or baby food quickly and evenly. Easy to use, it automatically shuts off when done. The compact design complements any kitchen or nursery counter or table top, and the safe, userfriendly design saves time so your hungry child doesn't have to wait to eat.

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baby bottle feeding: formula


Product Title: The First Years QuickServe Bottle and Jar Warmer

Manufacturer: The First Years

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Power Score: 4.1 | 7 Reviews

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Good for money

Strengths: a measuring tube

Weakness: a little slow

It is of reasonable price. You cannot heat up formula or refrigerated milk in microwave due to danger of heating up and burning so this product does what it says.
The amount of water needs to be added is off, you generally need to add up more to heat bottle up adequetely.

By drsabreen - Nov 2, 2008

it is very good value

Strengths: valuable

Weakness: easy to boil

it is fast and conventine to use for bottle feeding mother. the only trouble is easy to boil of milk. So you should open the lip a little bit before you heat the bottle.

By weiyun - Jul 30, 2008

A great product

Strengths: Easy to use; Quick warmer.

Weakness: A little bulky

I have this warmer for ~1 month and love it. I use it almost everyday to heat up formula milk previously stored in refrigerator. It does a good job every time and warms up a 2~6 oz formula quickly.

By wychxy - Jun 24, 2008

Simple and easy solution at a resonable price

Strengths: reasonable price easy to use after you get used to it small size

Weakness: may not be very accurate when you use it for the first a few times

This a product with reasonable price. It does what it's designed to do. The manual suggested water adding may not be very accurate so it takes a little time to get the gist of how to use it. But it's no rocket science, just a few times to practice it. Any mom or dad can do it pretty soon.

I'm getting another one for my niece/nephew to be born in July!

By sfzhu2005 - Jun 15, 2008

OK product

Strengths: 1. Do what it supposes to do; 2. easy to operate; 3. small, easy to carry.

Weakness: 1. No cap, which obviously could help the heating process; 2. If using the instruction, the milk tends to be not as warm as you want.

In general, it does what it supposes to do. Only that, it should has a cap and you need to warm it longer thus using more water than instructed) than instructed.

By cciblufa - Dec 29, 2007

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