MAM Anti-Colic Bottle

from MAM
RRP  £6.90
Developed with orthodontists and peadiatric dentists, this soother is 60 per cent thinner and four times softer than other soother teat and reduces the risk of misaligned teeth. The glow-in-the-dark button makes it easy to find and the steriliser box, wh

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MAM ‘s Anti-Colic 260ml bottles are fabulous! The shape and the feel of the teat is very natural – great for dual-feeding, and the bottle is comfortable to hold.  The self-sterilising feature allows you to sterilise bottles one at a time after use rather than waiting until the end of the day to do a bulk cycle. The bottles are very attractive, with a range of different patterns suitable for boys and girls.

The one flaw in the design is that the bottles will leak if not assembled properly but once you’re aware of the problem; it’s easily solved.

Reasonably priced and highly recommended!


A great all round bottle. Many parents whose babies struggled with other brands find these work for them, thanks to the soft silicone teats and an effective anti-colic vent.

They’ll make mums life easier too as they’re ‘self-sterilising’. Simply add a little water to the bottle and pop them in the microwave for a few minutes and they’re completely germ free so there’s no need to buy or store a separate steriliser unit.

Tested by mum Kyra Hill, 26, from West Midlands, mum to Kian, two weeks old. She says:

‘I love the stylish look of this and you can sterilise it in the microwave. Assembling it is fiddly and the measurements are tricky to read. I found it heavy to hold too. Kian latched on easily and the teat didn’t collapse at all. But it didn’t noticeably ease Kian’s colic or his problems with wind.’

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