Milton Combi Microwave and Cold Water Steriliser review

from Milton
RRP  £24.99
Milton Combi Microwave and Cold Water Steriliser

by motherandbaby |
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The Milton Combi Microwave and Cold Water Steriliser is easy to use and great for travelling. It’s compact and has a strong handle for convenient portability.

The product accommodates six bottles at a time along with lids and teats but is not big enough for larger-sized bottles, which are too tall for the baby steriliser. It takes only two minutes to steralise in a 1100w microwave, which is great if you need bottles in a hurry!

The cold water sterilising option is also great; just add a tablet and keep adding and removing bottles as and when you need them over a 24 hour period, which saves electricity and is very economical.  This process does, however, take longer than the microwave option – 15 minutes – and the tablets are an expense over and above the steriliser itself, which is very reasonably priced.

One gripe is that it’s difficult to remove the items from the unit to drain the water – there is no tray to lift out – but overall, a useful, versatile product (offering both hot and cold water capabilities) that comes in a variety of colours and is good value for money.

Product Information

  • 2 in 1 microwave or cold water Steriliser

  • Holds 5 bottles of any brand

  • Sterilises from 2 minutes in the microwave and in 15 mins with cold water

  • Unique safety vent technology to increase the temperature inside the Combi for better sterilisation

  • Spill free – no risk of spills in your kitchen thanks to the unique seal on the lid

  • Contents stay sterile for 24 hours

  • Fits the majority of microwaves

  • Strong carry handle

  • BPA free

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