Brother Max 1st Stage Weaning Pots

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The 1st Stage Weaning Pots by Brother Max make weaning an absolute pleasure – saving loads of time and making the whole process just that much easier. With flexible, easy push-through bases and leak-proof hinged lids, you can pop out frozen food or thaw/defrost and serve your little one directly from the pot.

Portion sizes (40ml) are great for a new eater and the write-on/wipe-off pen is a fab, especially for parents who forget what food they’ve made and when they’ve frozen it. The six small pots click together for easy filling and they’re microwave friendly. Ideally, it would be great if there were more than six pots in a set.

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Review: "When I saw these I thought they were great but now that I have used them a few times I'm not so sure. I like the fact they have the bottom bit where you can try and push the cube out. I do not like the fact that you cannot fill it very much or they pop open in the freezer. As described great for first stage weaning but if you have a hungry baby like I do it doesn't last very long. I love the fact they come with pens and the colours are brilliant but next time I would skip these and just use silicone trays. It is great if you need to transport them though so overall an okay product."

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Product Information

Product Dimensions: 9 x 14 x 5 cm
Box Contains: 6 x 40ml Pots, 1x marker pen

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