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Evenflo Vented + Angled Bottles and Proflo Vented Nipples provide a complete line of feeding solutions for your baby’s changing needs. Where form meets function, these bottles are created with both baby and you in mind. The Vented + Angled Bottle’s shape promotes semi-upright feeding, which can…

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  1. Sophie

    I like these bottles the best out of any I’ve tried, including Dr. Brown. I started out with the 6oz bottles and just bought the 9oz now that my son is drinking more.Pros:- The venting technology prevents the nipple from collapsing- The angle of the bottle is very ergonomic and encourages pace-feeding- Easy to clean with minimal parts- Love the colorsCons:- As nice as the shape is for feeding, it’s bad for balance. They get knocked over so easily. And take up extra storage space.- The travel caps can be difficult to remove. There have been plenty of times when I’ve tried to take off the travel cap and the entire top came off with it, nipple and all.

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  2. SouthernFried005

    This is an awesome deal. I was wanting an bottle that had a bend/ curve in it. And these were exactly what I was looking for.The flow is great. You can find extra nipples for the next stage at a department store. The bottles are lightweight. And easy to hold onto. There are not multiple pieces you have to keep track of. They are very easy to clean.The angle of these bottles allows your baby to be fed without worrying too much about air pockets. However, you still need to burp your baby. I usually burp every 2 ounces, but some people burp after ecery half to whole ounce. It is up to you and what works best for your baby. Also, your child’s age will play a huge factor in this decision. The younger they are the more/ sooner you want to burp them.These bottles are described accurately by the seller. The seller shows you exactly what you are going to get. The colors are light blue and light green as the picture shows.I would recommend these bottles. They are designed to have a flow to help reduce colic. You can never have too many bottles on hand. And these are very handy. They fit really well into any diaper bag. They all have caps on them to help cover the nipple. I was not disappointed by any means with these baby bottles.

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  3. Cheryll Waldrop

    The nipples on these Evenflo bottles are in the Goldilocks zone for flow. For exampl, the Avent Naturals 2’s are too fast, choking our baby. The 1’s are too slow, causing her to either become impatient or give in and fall asleep too early. These are in between the two–just right. This means less swallowing air, less gas pain, and happier feeding times for all.

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  4. Jennifer

    Know that feeling when you’re a first time mom and don’t know which bottles to get, or use from your baby shower? And you THINK Dr. Browns is the best? Me too.However- these our are all time favorite bottles over EVERY. SINGLE. OTHER. BOTTLE. In fact I wish I got my money back from all of those others we tried.First off- these are solid. They are much thicker and not cheap plastic. They don’t break, bend, melt, nothing.Microwave steam bag safe and sanitizer machine safe(we sanitizer each bottle after use. These have been sanitized HUNDREDS of times. Nipple and lids included)The measurement lines have never faded. Trust me. This will bother you on other bottles.Interchangeable nipple sizes with numbers for flow.Easy to take apartEasy to warmEasy to hold with the little indentation on the side.(see image)Great for reflux babies! Has the little airway circle on the nipple instead of those obnoxious straws inside the bottles.We honestly love these so much. I insist you cut down on your searching time and just buy these.(IF I had to complain and get nit picky: the lids don’t spin on the nipples or click easily. They require a good bit of effort to snap on. But that’s good because they’ve never come off!)

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  5. Marc Vogtman

    UPDATE:It’s been a few months and this remains the only bottle my baby will accept. I am still mostly happy with it, but I do now have one gripe. After about 6 weeks of using this bottle, we were ready to move her to a faster flow as she was clearly getting frustrated/bored that it took 15-20 minutes to drink a 7 oz bottle. However, the Stage 2 nipple is MUCH faster than stage 1. It moves from 3 holes to 6 holes, which, when you think about it, is obviously going to be too much. Twice as fast is to large of a change for an infant. So for a week or two we had to alternate between Stage 1 and 2 depending on how tired she was. When she was alert and energetic, she could mostly keep up with Stage 2. When she was sleepy she would choke on Stage 2 and dribble all over the place, so we would revert back to Stage 1. It’s now been a month since we started making the switch and she’s exclusively on Stage 2 with no major issues. She still can’t fully keep up with it, so there’s a bit more dribbling, but an 8 oz bottle takes her only 5 minutes, which is wonderful. That said, NUK really needs to introduce an intermediate nipple (maybe 4 or 5 holes) to ease the transition. I still love this bottle and recommend it, but it’s annoying that this is a seemingly easily solvable/avoidable issue that you think would have been caught during R&D.ORIGINAL REVIEW:I’ve seen reviews like the one I’m about to write for other bottles, but this was the one that worked for us. This bottle is a miracle. My wife and I were struggling with our baby’s transition to daytime bottles following the end of her maternity leave. We knew she could do it because we’d had a little success early on. She just flatly refused beginning at about 3.5 months. For weeks. We tried every bottle out there. Tommee Tippee. Lansinoh mOmma. Comotomo. Munchkin Latch. First Years. Medela, MAM Anti Colic. Dr. Browns. A hands-free baby bottle (Tinukim). We even tried one of those easy feeders for babies born with a cleft lip, since she seemed to be ok with a spoon. All total fails. Until this one.My wife and three year old went away for the weekend so I could do bottle boot camp with the baby one last time. I had four new bottles to try out that weekend, and this is the only one that worked. I think there are three things that made the NUK Simply Natural more appealing to her:1. The rubber of the nipple is thicker and does not collapse under the pressure of her mouth. Both Comotomo and Tommee Tippee claim to be more like the breast, but the rubber of the nipples is just too thin and soft on both.2. The nipples have multiple holes instead of just one, making the flow more similar to breast-feeding. (I honestly don’t know why more “natural” bottle brands don’t do this.)3. The milk DOES NOT come out of the nipple until she begins to properly suck on it. Many bottles say this is the case, but this is the only one for which it is true AND the baby can still create proper flow once she starts sucking. It’s actually a little annoying that it’s difficult to test the temperature of the milk (you can’t just shake it onto your arm – it will not come out). But that’s a very small price to pay.FYI, my daughter was about 5.5 months when we tried this bottle, and is now over 6 months. An age at which many bottle fed babies have moved onto stage 2 nipples. But we’re using a stage 1 to keep the flow on the slow side, as we want her to continue to nurse in the evenings and mornings.Thank you, NUK, for creating this bottle!

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  6. C00kie

    We started introducing a bottle at 6 weeks to our daughter, then started panicking when it was time for daycare and she STILL wouldn’t latch onto a bottle. We tried Phillips Avent natural and Dr. Brown’s before we started getting desperate. We ordered several expensive brands that all claimed to be the BEST and have high success rate for picky babies: Minbie, Comotomo, Mimijumi. Her daycare provider rotated through all of the bottles over several weeks, then suggested we try a NUK. We figured we had nothing to lose at this point (since they are one of the cheapest options). Low and behold, this is the one she finally latched onto. Now she’s nearly 6 months old and feeding herself with these bottles. I appreciate the clear, hard plastic and that they are easy to clean. Now I just need to up my pumping game to meet up with her feeding demands!

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  7. Caitlin

     I absolutely love these bottles I just got another set of two! But the holes on the side leak! I gave my baby his bottle and he had milk all over from the bottle leaking!

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  8. Customer

    Bottles are very good, however the advertising needs to be more clear. It does not clearly state that the 8 ounce bottles come with the 3-6 month nipples and the 5 oz come with newborn nipples. I purchased the 8oz bottles, but needed the newborn nipples.

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  9. Frederick

    After trying several different brands and types of baby bottles, this one is the winner by a long shot. In summary, they have the magic combination of being both vented AND easy to clean. Let me explain…Due to some challenges with nursing we have been feeding our little one exclusively from bottles (with pumped breast milk), so we have had plenty of opportunity to try different bottles! The first bottles we used were non-venting, which turned out to be a big mistake. By the time our little one was a few weeks old she had developed such a strong suck that she would create a vacuum inside inside the bottle as she drank, which would cause the nipple slowly to collapse. Several times each feeding we would have to pull the nipple gently to one side of her mouth to break the seal and allow the nipple to re-expand. Obviously these mid-feed interruptions did not make her happy!Next we tried a well-known brand of vented bottles which vent via a thin tube that extends all the way down through the center of the bottle. Although these bottles solved the suction problem, each one had four separate pieces, two of which contained tiny internal tubes. Cleaning all these small parts was cumbersome to say the least, and the thought of doing it multiple times per day filled me with a sense of despair I just couldn’t shake. There had to be a vented bottle that wasn’t so difficult to clean!Enter the Comotomo bottle (accompanied by rays of sunshine and a renewed sense of hope). This was the answer! What makes this bottle so great?1. The bottle is vented very simply, via two tiny “valves” on the sides of the nipple, so the whole bottle has just THREE pieces: the bottle itself, a nipple, and a plastic ring which secures the nipple to the bottle. No small parts to get lost!2. The wide-mouth design and lack of tiny tubes make these VERY easy to clean.3. The lightly textured silicone body has a non-slip quality which makes the bottle easy to grip.4. They don’t leak (at least, WE have never had a problem with them leaking)5. They have a cool, modern design (this is subjective and a matter of opinion, but still…).I can really only find one “negative” to these bottles, and it’s really not so much a fault but rather a characteristic due to their shape. As the bottle’s contents are being consumed, if the bottle is held at a 45-degree angle or so, the last bit of liquid will pool at the top-side of the bottle instead of flowing into the nipple (see my photo). This isn’t a big deal, as all you have to do is tilt the bottle more upright briefly and the liquid will move into the nipple, but it is something to watch as the bottle gets close to empty.Oh, and it’s not obvious from the product photos, but these bottles DO have volume markings on them. They are inconspicuous but still easy to read.We are VERY happy with these bottles.

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  10. Ryan H. Lewis

    We really do like these bottles. They’re easier to clean than the bottles that came with our spectra pump, and we like their design. Our baby is able to latch on in a way that mimics breast feeding, again much better than with the spectra bottles. There’s only two things we don’t like. One, there’s a small area along the nipple that, if facing down when the baby is drinking, seems to allow milk to leak through. Once we realized this, we just make sure it’s always facing up and there are no issues. The second downside is the groove around the side of the bottle. It’s very easy for milk to get trapped there while feeding and so we have to flip the bottle upside down and allow all the remaining milk that was trapped to collect at the tip of the nipple and then try to finish. However, once the bottle comes out, our baby usually falls asleep and so that milk is wasted. We’re only talking about a few milliliters, but still.

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  11. Melisa

    I purchased these a couple of months back but I just had my baby this past week and I am extremely disappointed. I used these same bottles with my two older children and I absolutely loved them so I had no second thoughts on ordering them this time as well. Once they arrived everything seemed fine; but upon washing them and using them for the first time a few days ago I have discovered that ALL of the nipples leak. I’m not sure what the issue is as I have inspected every single one and there don’t seem to be any tears or small holes that could be causing the leaks. Because of this issue I have to use a bib every single time and it is also a waste of formula.

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  12. Jennifer

    13 years ago I bought this brand for my sweet son and he loved them more than any other bottle. The flow was perfect, it cleaned well and basically met every expectation I never knew I’d have.13 years later I gave birth to a daughter that spent the first 19 days of her life in the NICU because I had gestational diabetes so she had dangerously low blood sugar, jaundice, breathing issues and would eat almost nothing on her own so she required a feeding tube that fed through her nose to her stomach and we couldn’t take her home until she figured out how to eat on her own.We were being told that she was developing nipple aversion and the bottle nipple we switched to (Nuk) did seem to get her to eat but took 20 minutes to eat 5mls so by that time we’d have to put it through her feeding tube because she was exhausted and we’d feel heartbroken at the thought of our daughter staying in the NICU any longer.Our endgame was deciding to learn how to place and handle her feeding tube so the nurses trained us and sent us home with supplies.We got home only to realize they’d sent us home only with the nipple our daughter hated. Luckily I had ordered these adorable pink infant bottles that I’d used so many years ago for my son so we figured, “why the hell not?!” and went for it. That was a Tuesday. Today is only Saturday and she is now finishing bottles on her own a couple times a day. She NEVER fights this bottle, it doesn’t take forever but also doesn’t flow too much and basically fill her mouth and cause her to choke.So this may be just a bottle to most but it’s kind of made our lives better. We may get to remove our daughters feeding tube in a few days when we were told not long ago that we may have to look at more permanent options because she just wasn’t getting it. Thank you Avent.

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  13. Bethany Johnson

    Use and wash daily. No signs of wear. Purple is super cute! Interchangeable tops and nipples through avent ! Can transform into a sippy cup. Excellent as baby gets older as it can grow with them. Makes a huge difference.**please help and designate if this was helpful!

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  14. Beth A.

    Perfect bottles! These are Avent bottles. Not knock offs. They come with size 2 nipples for each bottle. If your baby is used to size 1 but needs a larger amount i highly recommend these & just switch out the nipples. I like that all the bottles have the same cute designs! My baby & i love these. I even gave one away as a gift. ***they do pressurize as you feed so it might leak 1 drop, this is so your baby doesn’t suck in air. Completly normal & expected with all Avent Natural bottles

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  15. Mel K

    These are our favorite bottles. It was very hard to decide on which bottles to use when I got pregnant, because there are so many options, and basically for every bottle, there’s lovers and haters. So it makes it hard to decide which to choose. Ultimately I just went with avent because it’s well known. My exclusively breastfed baby has no problem taking these bottles on days when I have to work. They are easy to clean, and I love the softer nipples.The only downfall, and the reason for 4 stars, is that it is hard for baby to get all the milk out when sitting up and using the bottle. These almost have to always be used when laying back, unless baby tips his head backwards, which is difficult to do in a high chair or in a car seat on a long road trip (which is where we found this out). Obviously feeding my baby in the car isn’t ideal or something I do all the time, but when we had to take a long road trip, it was definitely a necessity and a huge time saver to be able to feed him in his car seat. Only issue was when he got to the end, he mostly was sucking air because he couldn’t tip the bottle all the way up. Other than that, we love these bottles.Also, if you have a spectra pump, these screw right onto the flange! Love this, so I can directly fill the bottle or use a bigger bottle for mornings when I produce lots of milk.

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  16. Sophie

    I like these bottles the best out of any I’ve tried, including Dr. Brown. I started out with the 6oz bottles and just bought the 9oz now that my son is drinking more.Pros:- The venting technology prevents the nipple from collapsing- The angle of the bottle is very ergonomic and encourages pace-feeding- Easy to clean with minimal parts- Love the colorsCons:- As nice as the shape is for feeding, it’s bad for balance. They get knocked over so easily. And take up extra storage space.- The travel caps can be difficult to remove. There have been plenty of times when I’ve tried to take off the travel cap and the entire top came off with it, nipple and all.

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  17. SouthernFried005

    This is an awesome deal. I was wanting an bottle that had a bend/ curve in it. And these were exactly what I was looking for.The flow is great. You can find extra nipples for the next stage at a department store. The bottles are lightweight. And easy to hold onto. There are not multiple pieces you have to keep track of. They are very easy to clean.The angle of these bottles allows your baby to be fed without worrying too much about air pockets. However, you still need to burp your baby. I usually burp every 2 ounces, but some people burp after ecery half to whole ounce. It is up to you and what works best for your baby. Also, your child’s age will play a huge factor in this decision. The younger they are the more/ sooner you want to burp them.These bottles are described accurately by the seller. The seller shows you exactly what you are going to get. The colors are light blue and light green as the picture shows.I would recommend these bottles. They are designed to have a flow to help reduce colic. You can never have too many bottles on hand. And these are very handy. They fit really well into any diaper bag. They all have caps on them to help cover the nipple. I was not disappointed by any means with these baby bottles.

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  18. Cheryll Waldrop

    The nipples on these Evenflo bottles are in the Goldilocks zone for flow. For exampl, the Avent Naturals 2’s are too fast, choking our baby. The 1’s are too slow, causing her to either become impatient or give in and fall asleep too early. These are in between the two–just right. This means less swallowing air, less gas pain, and happier feeding times for all.

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