The round nipple promotes a similar tongue placement and sucking technique when breastfeeding, since the round shape allows the sides of the tongue to elevate and cup around the nipple, just like it does during breastfeeding. This also prevents “nipple”-confusion if you are both breastfeeding and supplementing with a bottle.
The nipple is equipped with an anti-colic valve, that lets out air which reduces air swallowed while feeding.
The nipple is produced from natural rubber latex. Since natural rubber latex is a natural material, color variation may occur. Read more about our natural rubber latex here >>
Our bottle nipples come in two different flows: a slow flow and a medium flow. Read more about the different flows and find the right flow for your baby here >
Mix & Match Concept
The baby bottle comes in 4 different sets. The Complete Set gives you all you need to get started. The Glass Bottle Kit consists of the bottle only (comes in two different sizes - 110 ml and 225 ml) and the Bottle Kit consists of all the additional parts to complete the baby bottle.
This lets you Mix & Match the glass bottle with your favorite BIBS color, so you don’t have to buy a new bottle if you want additional colors. Lastly, you can buy extra nipples in a separate Bottle Nipple kit.
Our Mix & Match concept allows for personal preference with our unique ability to combine your favorite colors.
The set contains
This set contains:
- Glass bottle 110 ml.
- 1 nipple (slow flow)
- Milk Lock
- Foldable funnel
Also, the bottle comes with a foldable funnel making it easy for you to fill up the bottle fast and easily with less milk/formula waste. Lastly, our baby bottle contains a milk lock for easy and hygienic storage. It can be placed under the screwcap and cap. This makes it easy for you to take the bottle with you on the go, without having to worry about spilling the milk in your bag or the stroller.
Safety and standards
The baby bottle complies with the following standards on the European market:
- EN 1400+A2
- EN 14350:2020
- EN 71-3-2019
- DIN EN 12868 2017-04
- DIN EN 1186 2002-07
- DIN CEN/TS 13130-23 2005-05
- DIN EN ISO 11885 2009-09
Further, the baby bottle complies with the following standards on the North American market:
- 16 CFR 1500
- CPSIA Section 101 + 108
- California Prop. 65
- FDA CFR 21 177.2600