NATURALFEELING 0M+ 150ML

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Replicate the instinctive way baby feeds


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NaturalFeeling

The bottle range that replicate the instinctive breastfeeding as at mother's breast. The angled teat allows a natural latch and suction; the special satin finish of the teat provides a feeling of softness and delicacy.

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Exclusive angled teat

The special shape of the teat, enable to replicate same sucking motion and allows a natural latch as at mum's breast

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Protection against colics

Double anti-colic valve ensures maximum protection from colic. Furthermore, the  teat always remains full of milk to prevent air ingestion.

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Immediately accepted by 96% of babies*

* Consumer test, 50 mothers and children, group 0-3 months, Italy, 2016

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Ideal for mixed feeding

The special silicone "mum effect”, the softness and flexibility of the teat helps to reproduce the natural sucking and make the transition between breast and bottle easy.

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Angled teat slow flow

Ideal for newborns

  • Technical information
  • Warnings and instructions

Product code: 00080711000000

WARNINGS

  • EN 14350
  • The Physiological teat is compatible with the NaturalFeeling feeding bottles
  • Nominal capacity 150ml
  • Smooth flow
  • Before use, please read the labels, warnings and instructions indicated on the product packaging carefully
  • Standard delivery throughout Italy at the cost of 7€
  • Free delivery on orders over 49.90€
  • Fast delivery in 1-3 working days
  • Return always guaranteed within 14 days of receiving the order
  • Technical information

    Product code: 80711000000

  • Warnings and instructions

    WARNINGS

    • EN 14350
    • The Physiological teat is compatible with the NaturalFeeling feeding bottles
    • Nominal capacity 150ml
    • Smooth flow
    • Before use, please read the labels, warnings and instructions indicated on the product packaging carefully
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