Could new rechargeable bottle Yoomi revolutionise bottle warming?
Stumbling around the kitchen in the early hours of the morning warming milk up is set to be a thing of the past thanks to a new style of baby bottle from Yoomi. This self-heating bottle ensures milk is heated to between 32 and 34 degrees in just 60 seconds – all you need to do is press a button.
The baby bottle was invented by husband and wife duo Farah and Jim Shaikh, after a sketch on a pub napkin. Already an innovation and research award winner, the nifty gadget is now available to buy (as a bottle with the warmer) in the UK exclusively at John Lewis but for a hefty price tag of £22.
The gadget comes with a sealed warmer unit that sits inside the bottle and beneath the teat. A press of the button on the side of the unit triggers heating of the milk within the warmer for 30 seconds. You then tip the bottle upwards, leave for a further 30 seconds, so the cold milk makes it way through the heated funnel, giving you milk at the right temperature for your baby.
The Yoomi bottle can be recharged up to 100 times and also features an anti-colic teat. “The bottle can be recharged after use by immersion in boiling water or a steam steriliser,” Dr.Shaikh explains.
UPDATE! We've roadtested the yoomi self-warming bottle - see how to scored in our review.
but only 100 times, at that price, best kept for traveling i think!
still fantastic though!
Good for an emergency,I heard someone talking about this on the radio.Looks like you have to buy the bottle and warmer,which would be expensive,and my babies are fussy about which bottles they use
I have a vague memory seeing something you put on your existing bottle to heat it instantly,like a heat pack
Bit expensive for everyday if it's £22 for just 100 uses.Wouldn't use it for night feeds,I have a plug in warmer does that in the time it takes to change a nappy,but for days out it would be really useful
The other options on the market take forever to warm up the feed.
Think I would use the bottle on its own for most feeds and pop in the warmer for night feeds and out and about. Perfect!
Hate it when my baby cries for her milk!
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