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Best Baby Bottle Sterilizer





best baby bottle sterilizer






    baby bottle
  • A baby bottle is a bottle with a teat (also called a nipple in the US) to drink directly from. It is typically used when a mother does not breastfeed, or if someone can not (as conveniently) drink from a cup, for feeding oneself or being fed.





    sterilizer
  • autoclave: a device for heating substances above their boiling point; used to manufacture chemicals or to sterilize surgical instruments

  • An autoclave is a device to sterilize equipment and supplies by subjecting them to high pressure saturated steam at 121 °C or more, typically for 15-20 minutes depending on the size of the load and the contents .

  • apparatus used to sterilize medical devices, equipment, or supplies by direct exposure to the sterilizing agent.











best baby bottle sterilizer - Philips Avent




Philips Avent Electric Steam Sterilizer


Philips Avent Electric Steam Sterilizer



The handy Avent Express 6 Bottle Steam Sterilizer is a safe, simple method for sterilizing all feeding accessories in eight minutes. Simply add 90 ml of water and switch on. The sterilizer will shut off automatically when the cycle is finished. The unit will hold six Avent bottles with nipples, screw caps and dome caps. It has also been designed to accommodate the Avent Isis Breast Pump. The rack transforms into a useful basket that can securely hold small feeding equipment in the dishwasher.

For parents of one or more bottle-fed babies, the Express Steam Sterilizer is a real time-saver. Three ounces (90 milliliters) of water and a standard household electrical outlet (three-prong) are all you need to operate this self-contained, all-plastic unit. Measuring 12 inches high, you can fit up to six 9-ounce Avent bottles and a complete Isis manual breast pump into the sterilizer at the same time. Fitting the breast pump and all of the bottles, nipples, and sealing caps into the sterilizer takes a little practice and you will probably have to follow the illustrated instructions to load everything in correctly the first time. But once you get the swing of it, it is relatively easy to stack all the components properly and fit them into the sterilizer. After it has been loaded it takes just eight minutes to run the sterilizing cycle--with an additional cool-down time of three minutes. All of the unit's internal stacking baskets can be run through the dishwasher for periodic cleaning. Includes two 9-ounce Avent bottles. --Chris Burns










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Day 4: 4th June 09




Day 4: 4th June 09





Today’s clear out included craft stuff from my destashed craft room. The amount I have given away over the past 2 days amounts to about 500 items individually, but I’ve only counted one bag full here.


From top left:

Bag of craft stuff. In here there were stickers, cards, papers, and all sorts of other bits and pieces, too numerous too mention. I gave these to a lady I met through Freecycle, who is going to set up groups for stroke survivors, where they go for a couple of hours and do things like puzzles, crafting etc.

Pink flower pot holder. This was a gift from my daughter for Mother’s Day in March. It held a pretty miniature chrysanthemum, but true to form, it died on me and left me with the pot. This I am going to put some toiletries in and wrap up as a tombola prize.

2 long storage boxes. These I gave to the lady who had the craft stuff mentioned above.

Black shoe box. Hmm.... I’m well known for collecting boxes. This one had some stuff in it that I got rid of yesterday so is currently unemployed. I might put some craft stuff in it for the next lot of Freecycling, or I may keep it in the loft until the autumn when I fill shoeboxes to send abroad. No, it’s best off out of the house... I’ll offer it full of craft stuff in a few days.

Paper dishes. These I found in a drawer in the garage, no idea how long they have been there. I bought them when I did cooking for the WI country markets. I haven’t been for about 10 years, so they are at least that old!

A few wrapped san towels. I had ‘the op’ last summer so have no need of these any more. I found these hiding at the bottom of an ottoman. I will give them to one of my daughters to use up.

Wooden patchwork templates. Nothing wrong with them at first glance, but when I came to use them and measured them, not all the sides were the same width, so they are pretty useless. I will put them on a charity bric a brac stall in July. In the meantime they will have to live in the garage with other stuff I’ve earmarked for the bric a brac stall.

Travel steriliser. I bought this on e-Bay, and we’ve used it for one week when we went on holiday in January. It’s not that big and only takes 2 bottles at a time. Baby is past the sterilising stage now, so this is not needed any more. I had been using it to store buttons in my craft room, but since downsizing I’ve got them in a smaller container so this one can go. I’ll put it on Freecycle.

Wooden picture frame without any glass. Don’t know where this came from, found it in the garage. Don’t suppose it will be of much use to anyone, but I’ll stick it in the bric a brac bag.

Phase 10 card game. I bought this on holiday in the US visiting relative. We used to play it every night and I thought it would be good to get one to take home so we could play it there. Well, a) we never play card games and b) I already had one in the drawer from 2005, the last time we visited our relatives and played every night! It will make a nice tombola prize!


It’s gradually going. Still got a couple of things hanging around that haven’t gone through being on Freecycle. I’ve tried them on 2 groups, going to try a third. If there are still no takers we’ll have to take them to the local recycling centre.













Avent Naturally Express electric steam steriliser.




Avent Naturally Express electric steam steriliser.





Avent Naturally Express electric steam steriliser.
In a very good condition, have been used for 1 baby only. Please, note that bottles are not supplied with it (lost in moving) and it has european plug (so needs an additional adaptor – easy to buy in any supermarket store). Instruction enclosed. Suitable for 6 Avent standard bottles and accessories. Specially designed rack for the Isis Breast pump.

Price for new is 93,90 CHF.

Price is 35 CHF or best offer









best baby bottle sterilizer








best baby bottle sterilizer




Philips AVENT iQ24 Steam Sterilizer






Avent iQ24 Steam Sterilizer The Avent Digital Steam Sterilizer works quickly and continuously, keeping contents sterile until you need them, giving you more time to get on with your day. Advanced digital display and sound alerts keep you informed throughout the sterilization cycle. Based on the hospital principle, the intensive heat of the steam eliminates harmful bacteria. Philips Avent iQ products with advanced technology are intelligent and responsive - designed to make feeding and caring fo










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2011

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