Monday, July 16, 2012

T-fal Baby Home 2-in-1 Bottle Warmer & Sterilizer {Review}



It's exciting times here at Life on Manitoulin.  One of my friends recently had a baby!  Actually, several of my friends recently had babies! There must be something in this Manitoulin water!

I'm excited to say that my friend, GadgetGirl is my official Mom Tester for all things baby and new mom!
She'll be reviewing products and services for moms with infants on my blog.  Either that, or I need to have another baby to be able to write open and honest reviews of these products!  Just kidding! Little One is now 3.5 years old, so it was high time we needed a baby to test these products on! I still want to provide readers with information and reviews for great products for infants, toddlers, new moms/parents, but I want to be able to to give them honest reviews through actual product testing. I do not write about products I've never used. When I asked GadgetGirl if she wanted to be my official Mom Tester for baby products, she was very happy.

GadgetGirl's first product for review is the T-fal Baby Home 2-in-1 Bottle Warmer & Sterilizer.

GadgetGirl's husband is doing a step by step demo of how to use the bottle warmer.

Step 1 - add water into the reservoir (as per instructions in the manual)

 Step 2 - Place bottle into the warmer section and turn the dial to the appropriate timer setting (depending on how much milk is in the bottle)
 Step 3 - Wait (carry your baby, tidy up the laundry, put your feet up and relax...whatever you like)
Step 4 - Remove bottle and make sure you test the temperature of the milk before you give it to your baby!
GadgetGirl thinks that this product is a lifesaver. About the sterilizer part, she says, "Wow! This saves me so much time! Before, I had to boil a big pot of water to sterilize all of BabyM's bottles, nipples, and bottle parts. Now, I just have to put them in and turn the dial. Saves so much time and it's so easy. It really makes life easier for me so I can be doing other things."

She and her husband LOVE the T-fal Baby Home 2-in1 Bottle Warmer & Sterilizer! It's easy to use, convenient, and works quickly. What is there not to love? It's also compact enough that it fits into a reusable grocery bag and GadgetGirl just totes it around with her when she goes to her in-laws' farm. GadgetGirl says she also loves that it doesn't take up too much space on her kitchen counter. She's thankful that she doesn't need to keep that huge pot on her stove to boil/sterilize her baby's bottles and bottle parts!

Want more specs on the T-fal Baby Home 2-in-1 Bottle Warmer & Sterilizer?

  • BPA-free
  • 2-in-1 function can function simultaneously (you can warm a bottle and sterilize bottle & parts at the same time!)
  • Quick and easy to use - sterilize bottle and parts in 6.5 min and warm a bottle in 3 min!
  • Safety cool wall on bottle warmer to avoid risk of burn
  • Automatic shut off on sterilizer when sterilizing is complete.
  • Audible sound signal when warming is complete.
  • Natural steam sterilization at 95 degrees Celcius to kill bacteria that causes colic.
Where to Buy
For a list of retailers near you, click here.
Disclosure - I was given a T-fal Baby Home 2-in-1 Bottle Warmer & Sterlizer to facilitate this review. All the opinions on this blog are honest and are mine or that of my Mom Tester's.

5 comments:

Annie Brown said...

This really does look darling... and looks very useful... I like that you don't have to watch it while it warms the bottle. :)

Christine said...

Annie:
Yes! That's the best part :) Not having to watch it while it warms the bottle. GadgetGirl is finding this VERY useful!

Stacey said...

I love the fact that this appliance has two actions in one appliance; that is a money and a time saver, especially for new moms.

~ The Country Mouse ~ said...

OK!! Yes, it is high time for another baby, Christine :) Look how cute your little one is. And, now she is heading to school....

I so wish this kind of appliance was around when I needed it with my three kids. Nice to meet your new reviewer!

The Zoo said...

I bet you that it heats the milk evenly. I used to have a problem with uneven heat and so I would shake it. Apparently a no-no (can break the milk compounds or something). Wish I knew about this when we were going through 20 bottles a day...

Besos, Sarah
Zookeeper at Journeys of The Zoo
journeysofthezoo at hotmail dot com

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