According to a lot of mom’s, breasts are best and the Adiri Nurser follows this slogan as well. This bottle is designed to help alleviate nipple confusion and encourage open-mouthed latching. The bottle feels more natural than others on the market. It has an air-vent system that lets air flow slowly into the bottle to prevent the nipple from collapsing and minimizes gas and painful bubbles.
BornFree bottles boomed back in 2010 when BPA became a big concern, since they were ahead of a lot of other companies. This baby bottle doesn’t leak and lends itself easier to the transition of cups.
This bottle, like it says in the name is definitely part of the green movement, so it is environmentally friendly. Parents who were concerned about BPA created these because they wanted to give their child other drinking alternatives than hormone-interrupting plastics.
Tommee Tippee bottles are meant to help a baby’s transition between breasts to bottle-feeding. They have soft, flexible nipples that stretch like the human ones while the valve helps to reduce air intake.