Pacific Baby Thermal Baby Bottles – Review & GiveawayI received the Pacific Baby 3-in-one & all-in-one baby bottles, free of charge, to facilitate my review. Regardless, all opinions are 100% my own
Babies – well you know what I’ve learned about babies since little Gradie came into our life? They need a lot of STUFF…..and there is a lot of really cool STUFF out there for our little guys and gals. I am happy to let you know about a new company I have had the pleasure of working with to review their products. Pacific Baby Incorporated – Pacific Baby is one of the world’s leading providers of high quality thermal baby bottles. The stainless steel bottles are naturally bacteria resistant and BPA free and successfully tested under numerous safety standards in Europe and the United States. Pacific Baby has designed these stainless steel bottles to be more functional for any parent.
They currently manufacture the 3-in-One Thermal Baby Bottle as well as the All-in-One Thermal Baby Bottle, and I was fortunate enough to receive both of these bottles to test out with little Gradie and I am happy to report that she approves of both and a happy baby makes for happy parents – right?!!
Pacific Baby 3-in-One Thermal Baby Bottle
We know my absolute love of products that grow with our little ones, I have spoken about this on numerous occasions. I am happy to report that the Pacific Baby 3-in-One Thermal Baby Bottle is one of those products.
That’s right – this bottle can be used as a bottle (Phase 1), then a sippy cup (Phase 2) and then as a drinking cup (Phase 3), as your child ages. I love products that provide us value for money. Right now Gradie is using the bottle as a bottle, she is only 5 months old, but her big cousin Elliot is just over 2 years old and she loved using the Pacific Baby bottle as both a sippy and a drinking cup. I also like that they are easy to transition from one phase to the next.
An added benefit to this stainless steel bottle is the inner scale which simplifies measurement of your little one’s formula or breast milk. Stainless steel bottles can get tricky as you can’t see through them to determine how much you have put into the bottle, but the inner scale (see illustration below) that Pacific Baby have incorporated into their bottles helps to alleviate this problem;
Pacific Baby All-in-One Thermal Baby Bottle
Everyone said it was going to happen, how much stuff can one baby possible have? Turns out A LOT! Our house is filled with STUFF… SO MUCH STUFF! We have one cabinet in the kitchen filled with bottles alone so when Jeanna found Pacific Baby had an All-in-One bottle we had a, “wish we would have known?” moment. Pacific Baby’s All-in-One is everything Gradie needs from birth on up, in one container. Who would have thought that was even possible?
The awesome features I discussed above in the 3-in-One bottle are all present in the All-in-One bottle too. Except the ‘bottle’ portion of the bottle is a plastic 7oz bottle that slides into the thermal stainless steel Pacific Baby bottle. After using the bottle you can add handles & a sip spout to outer bottle for a thermal sip cup and then you can add a drink top for a children’s thermal drink bottle. They’ve thought of everything – these bottle are great!!
You can buy all of the Pacific Baby line of products from Amazon by clicking HERE. While you’re online make sure to stop by and like and follow Pacific Baby on Facebook and Twitter – that way you’ll be kept up to date with everything related to this great company – you won’t be disappointed!!
Now I am happy to let you know that Pacific Baby has agreed to sponsor a giveaway!! There will be TWO lucky winners – 1st winner receives a 7oz 3-in-One Thermal Pacific Baby Bottle, w/handle & top. 2nd Winner Receives the 7oz Pacific Baby All-in-One Thermal Baby Bottle. Make sure you enter, for your chance to win, on the rafflecopter entry form below.
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