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Best of Baby Winner for Best Glass Baby Bottle

Glass bottles that are durable and work to prevent tummy troubles during feedings? We’ll take a whole set.
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September 22, 2022
Dr. Brown's Glass Bottle
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And the Winner Is: Dr. Brown’s Options+ Anti-Colic Glass Baby Bottle

Looking for a bottle completely free of plastic chemicals? You might consider opting for a glass bottle. While plastic bottles are made without BPA and other harmful chemicals, choosing a glass option is the safest choice to eliminate the possibility of chemical contamination, even after regular use and washing. Of course, glass bottles can be heavier, but some caregivers find them to be more durable too. The Dr. Brown’s Options+ Glass Bottle is made of pharmaceutical-grade glass and is heat- and cold-resistant. Available in 4-oz and 8-oz sizes, each has a soft silicone nipple that helps baby easily latch and transition from the breast to the bottle. Best of all, the anti-colic vent system helps alleviate tummy discomfort during feedings, but can be removed when baby gets older. Durable gear that grows with your little one? We’ll raise our glass to that.

What We Love

  • The anti-colic vent system reduces tummy troubles like spit-up, burping, colic and gas, making it easier to feed without fuss. Once baby’s tummy is a bit more mature, you have the option to use the bottle without the vent-system (one less step for you!)

  • The soft, silicone nipple helps baby latch naturally, easing the transition from breast to bottle, while the flow rate helps mimic breastfeeding

  • Free of BPA and other chemicals, it’s sterilizer- and dishwasher-safe

Best Glass Baby Bottle

Dr. Brown’s Options+ Glass Baby Bottle (2 Pack)

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