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When it comes to your baby's health, a glass feeding bottle could be the best option. Gone are the days when people preferred plastic over glass for baby bottles. Modern glass baby bottles are reliable and free of harmful chemicals like bisphenol A (BPA). Glass bottles, which can be safely sterilised at high temperatures, are one way to keep your baby healthy in the long run. With tonnes of options on the market, selecting the right glass feeding bottle might be confusing. We've compiled a list of the best glass feeding bottles to make it easier for you to select the model that best meets your requirements.
An ergonomic shape gives you a firmer grip on the bottle, which is a must-have feature for a glass baby bottle. The bottle is made of tested, high-quality glass that can last you a long time. Its teat is specifically designed to mimic the breast to prevent nipple confusion. The vented bottle minimises the swallowing of air while feeding, preventing spitting up after every feed. And, the protective cap keeps germs and bacteria at bay, maintaining hygiene. It is also leakproof, making it an ideal baby bottle for travel.
Specifications: 5.5 x 5 x 24 cm; 260 Grams
Suitable for: 6 months - 2 years
Pros: Grooved teat, easy to clean, BPA-free
Cons: Bottle cap be improved to fit bottle better
Trying to find a glass bottle at a plastic bottle price? Look no further because LuvLap brings to you a high-quality borosilicate glass feeding bottle at an affordable price. Since it's made of borosilicate glass, it's simple to sterilise for germ-free use. The groves in the teat make it simple for your baby to latch on and protect against nipple collapse. Its anti-colic vents prevent the intake of air, reducing gas and spitting up. While the leak-proof system is an additional feature that makes this product a user favourite.
Specifications: 5 x 5 x 20.5 cm; 219 Grams
Suitable for: 3 months - 2 years
Pros: Easy to clean and hold, durable
Cons: Glass is a bit thick
Heavy glass are difficult to carry around, which is why such lightweight glass feeding bottles are loved by parents. The Pigeon Glass Feeding Bottle is made of lightweight, non-toxic borosilicate glass that is sure to last you a long time. The vent system on the bottle can help babies with colic by preventing them from taking in too much air. Its grooved nipple prevents nipple collapse, making feeding easy. Furthermore, this product comes with two nipples included, making replacement effortless.
Specifications: 5.9 x 5.9 x 20.2 cm; 223 Grams
Suitable for: 9 months - 2 years
Pros: Flexible and soft teat
Cons: Bottle shape can be improved
If you're facing bottle rejection, then the R for Rabbit glass feeding bottle is the product for you. Its super soft teat, shaped like a breast, gives a comfortable latch for babies. The bottle's anti-colic vents relieve gas and prevent babies from spitting up. Its ergonomic shape is easier to hold and gives you a better grip on the bottle. The durable and safe glass body makes this product a worthwhile investment.
Specifications: 7.5 x 7.5 x 14 cm; 200 Grams
Suitable for: 0 - 3 months
Pros: Spill-proof cap included, high-quality
Cons: No concerns
This anti-colic bottle makes bottle feeding so much easier. It helps comfort babies by reducing gas in their tummies as air intake is minimal. Its tough borosilicate glass makes the bottle durable and increases its longevity. The bottle simulates breastfeeding to avoid nipple confusion and facilitate a smooth transition. While the teat is made of high-grade silicone, making it completely safe. Unique air valve on the base of the nipple enables smoother flow, reducing spit-up and colic. It's one of the best anti-colic glass feeding bottles on the market.
Specifications: 5.6 x 5.6 x 14.2 cm; 159 Grams
Suitable for: 6 months and up
Pros: Durable, easy to latch on
Cons: A bit pricey
A bottle with a removable silicone cover can help you handle a glass feeding bottle easily. It provides you with a better grip and prevents it from easily slipping off your hands. Toxin-free borosilicate glass is used in the production of this ISO-approved product. Increased resistance to both heat and impact means this product will last a long time. The bottle's compact size and light weight make it convenient for on-the-go use. Additionally, it comes with a bottle cap to prevent contamination when not in use.
Specifications: 22.8 x 6.6 x 6.5 cm; 250 Grams
Suitable for: 0 months and up
Pros: Ultrasoft nipple, Dishwasher safe
Cons: No concerns
Yes, it is. Glass feeding bottles are 100% toxin-free, which makes them better than plastic bottles. Other benefits include ease of cleaning and sterilising. Most glass bottles are scratch-resistant and odourless, which also makes them a better alternative to plastic.
For sterilising glass feeding bottles, you need to follow these steps:
1. Detach all removable and washable parts of the feeding bottle
2. Add them to a large basin with warm soapy water
3. Give each part a gentle scrub and rinse well
4. Now in another pan bring water to a roaring boil
5. Add the bottles and let them boil for at least ten minutes
6. Now you can air dry or even pat dry them
You can also skip these steps and sterilise them using a steam steriliser according to the manufacturer's instructions.
Glass bottles are prone to breaking when mishandled. Glass bottles can last through minor impacts with proper care.
No, they aren’t. Glass bottles are chemical-free, making them absolutely safe for your little one.
Yes. In fact, boiling a glass feeding bottle is the most effective way to sterilise it.
You can clean the bottle by gently scrubbing it with warm, soapy water. This has to be followed by sterilising it with boiling water to ensure a hygienic bottle.