Key information you may need to know about the MAM Anti-Colic bottle:
Capacity/sizes available: 160ml, 260ml
Price per bottle: £4.87
Type of teats: Teat 1 Slow Flow (from 0 months), Teat 2 Medium Flow (from 2 months), Teat 3 Fast Flow or Fast Flow Non Spill (from 4 months), Teat X Cross Cut (from 6 months), Extra Soft Spout (from 4 months)
Made from: Polypropylene and silicone
BPA free: Yes
Dishwasher safe: Yes
Microwave safe: Yes
Awards won: The MAM Anti-Colic Bottle scooped the silver medal in the 2018 MadeForMums Awards for best baby bottle.
A bottle that cleans itself. Sounds to good to be true, doesn’t it? But MAM has created one, called the MAM Anti-Colic Bottle, and it has more to offer than easy microwave steam sterilisation.
As well as being self-sterilising, it also claims to reduce colic by 80%. The soft silky silicone teat is also aimed at making switching between breast and bottle easier.
Being a breastfeeding mum, the whole world of bottles that need sterilising seem like rocket science to me, so for someone to introduce a bottle that sterilises itself is a giant tick in my book!
Buy The MAM Anti-Colic Bottle: Boots, Amazon, John Lewis and Feel Unique
To get started, all I needed was a microwave and water and apparently in three easy steps and in 3 minutes the bottle is sterilised.
How do you use a MAM self-sterilising anti-colic bottle?
The MAM Anti-Colic Bottle really is easy to use. To use the self-sterilising function you simply follow the three steps:
- Fill the base with cool water using the measuring cap provided
- Place the bottle components on top of the base
- Heat in the microwave for 3 minutes
I couldn’t believe that it would be that easy to use but it really was.
You can buy this bottle at Argos, Mothercare or Amazon
How do the anti-colic features work on the MAM bottle
As well as the self-sterilising function the bottle also has a vented base, which is the ‘anti-colic’ part.
The ventilation holes regulate the pressure and the amount of air swallowed by your baby.
My son Oscar really found it easy to feed with this bottle and being a breastfed baby who isn’t used to a bottle, the milk flowed evenly, so there was no gagging and spluttering.
As well as these two great functions, the MAM Anti-Colic Bottle is also BPA free, has a silk teat so its silky soft for your baby, comes in a variety of colours and sizes, and is easy to clean.
Is the MAM anti-colic bottle easy to hold for babies?
It’s not as sleek as other bottles on the makers and is quite bulky with a really chunky base and it can be hard for little hands to grasp onto whilst feeding. That said, some parents will find that slightly different shape modern and appealing.
Who is the MAM Anti-Colic Bottle best for?
Mums who want no-fuss quick sterilising, especially when away from home.
What do other mums on the MFM forum say about the MAM Anti-Colic Bottle?
‘Fab’, ‘brilliant’ and ‘lifesaver’ are just a few of the words mums have used to describe the MAM anti-colic self-sterilising bottle.
Scoring the bottle a full five stars, mum Amelia said she had tried every bottle going after starting combination feeding at two months, but MAM’s flat teats “made it so much easier”.
Meanwhile, our reviewer Catherine loved the MAM anti-colic bottle, and told us that her breastfed son found it”easy to feed with this bottle”.
Where can I buy the MAM Anti-Colic Bottle?
You can buy the bottles from, Boots, Amazon, John Lewis and Feel Unique.
The MAM Anti-Colic Bottle really does make sterilisation quick and easy. The silky teat and anti-colic features make it easy for a baby to feed from, and the fact that it’s BPA-free is also reassuring.
All you need to do is make sure there’s a microwave at your destination if you plan to travel with this bottle as your all-in-one bit of feeding kit.
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