The Lollababy Bottle Warmer does an amazing job keeping milk or water warm at the right temperature of your choice all the time, for up to 12 hours on a single charge. As a mum, this is much better than a thermos flask or a tumbler, because sometimes it can be too hot when you need it, or too cool by the time you do.
- Automatic Power Off
- Dry Heating Protection
- 4 to 6 hours charging time
To heat up milk or water, just attach the bottle warmer to your baby bottle with the adapator, turn it upside down to let the liquid come into contact with the Lollababy Bottle Warmer's heating plate. There's no worry about leaks. From there, you can select from four different temperatures: 37, 40, 45 and 50 degrees Celsius. You can charge the Bottle Warmer's 4,400mAh battery via USB once it is out of power.
Like most parents, we're already carrying a ton of baby gear around, and carrying around a hot water bottle is standard. But getting the right temperature can take some time, and isn't ideal if there's a crying hungry baby. The Lollababy Bottle Warmer's precise temperature options means you're always ready to feed. You can use from compatible with six common wide-neck baby bottles: Avent, Richell, Combi, Spectra, Nip, and Chicco. Additional purchasable adaptors allow for different bottles types, while Hegen also sells an adaptor of its own.
If you don't go out much –and most of us don't these COVID-19 days — the Bottle Warmer is still perfect for keeping water or milk at the right temperature. That means even at home, I can feed my baby on schedule without having to prep 10 minutes ahead. If I'm out, I can easily reheat for up to six times if I need more warm water. It's also easy to clean, and well, looks really good, too.
The Lollababy Bottle Warmer is available for $109 on Lazada. You can choose one of six different adaptors for about $6 more that supports other bottles as well. You can also check the store page for more information.
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