Best Steriliser/Sterilising Product

Best Steriliser/Sterilising Product

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Be ready for your baby's next feed in 40 minutes. This bottle steriliser and dryer premium uses jets of filtered air to dry bottles before turning off. The steriliser is quick and hygienic, killing 99.9% of germs* for peace of mind at every feed. The steriliser's thorough, chemical-free cleaning will keep its contents sterile for up to 24 hours.


Kills Bacteria & Viruses FAST!In JUST 59 seconds, this powerful little steriliser eliminates 99.99% of bacteria, viruses and germs. Simply wipe off any visible dirt or grime from the item, drop into the steriliser, and wait 59 seconds to sanitise.


This clever UV Steriliser uses ultraviolet light to sterilise your bottles and other items in 3 minutes with no water, microwave, chemicals, cooling time or drying! So simple to use - pop two bottles into the compact unit, zip it up, press the button on the front to start the cycle and you're good to go!


All parents want to protect their little ones, that's why Tommee Tippee sterilisers are designed to kill viruses* and 99.9% of bacteria. UV light is a safe and dry method of sterilising which kills 99.9% of harmful germs without using heat, steam or harsh chemicals.

This handy device can be used as an electric steriliser, microwave steriliser, cold water steriliser, food and bottle warmer and breast milk defroster.As well as the main unit, you also get a MAM Easy Start Anti-Colic Baby Bottle, a MAM Slow Flow Teat and a MAM Baby Soother for newborns.

Using the latest UV LED technology, Vital Baby's advanced pro UV steriliser kills 99.99% of bacteria and viruses in just 7 minutes. Sterilise what, we hear you ask?

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