If you’re using bottles on an occasional basis, then 2-3 bottles are enough. And if you’re totally bottle feeding, then you should keep at least 5-8 bottles on hand so you can have some of them ready while others are getting washed and sterilized.

Wawita Glass Baby Bottle
  • Micro Air Vents help prevent nipple collapse
  • An iconic classic with an ergonomic, easy-to-hold twist!
  • Pump directly into glass bottles – standard neck size

Comotomo Baby Bottle

  • Clinically proven to reduce colic
  • The bottles fit directly into the breast pumps, making it easy to pump and store without extra vessels.
  • It was determined in studies that Dr. Brown’s fully-vented bottles help preserve levels of important nutrients — vitamins C, A, and E + lipids.
  • BPA Free.
  • Very few customers have complained about leakage in bottles.
  • Customers have complained about the removal of labels from bottles to measure the quantity.

Philips Avent Natural Baby Bottle
  • Few customers complain about leakages in bottles.

Podee Hands-Free Baby Bottle

_Joovy Boob Glass Bottle
  • A lot of complaints of breaking and leakages in bottles.

Tommee Tippee Advanced Anti-Colic Baby Bottle

Lansinoh Breastfeeding Bottles
  • Very few mothers have complained about nipple flow and bottle leaks.