Remote Control Bottle Warmer Review (The First Years)

Remote Control Bottle Warmer
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What It Is

Make nighttime feedings easier with the Remote Control Bottle Warmer from The First Years. All you have to do is press the button on the remote control, and the device will start warming up the bottle, giving you a few more minutes of rest. 

The night before, you place the two frozen ice packs into the unit and fill the water reservoir with water. Then prepare your bottle as you normally would and place it into the lift-out basket in the bottle warmer. Put the cover on the bottle warmer. Then use the Quick Warming Guide to set your desired warming time based on whether you're using breast milk or formula and the size and style of your bottle. The bottle warmer will keep the bottle chilled for up to eight hours, or until you press the button on the remote to activate the warming cycle. You'll know the warming is done when the remote displays a solid orange light.

Why Is It Useful?

The First Years was definitely keeping tired parents in mind when creating this product. With just a little advance prep the night before, a tired mom or dad can spend just a few more minutes in bed before having to get up and get the bottle. Of course, this can be used as a bottle warmer for daytime use, too, if you just take out the ice packs. And with a feature like the warming time chart, this bottle warmer really is all about making new parenthood a little bit easier to navigate. 

Who It’s For

This is for adult use only and is designed to make nighttime feedings easier for bottle-feeding parents.

What To Be Aware Of

Four AAA batteries are required for the remote but not included. The Bottle Warmer itself gets plugged into a wall outlet.

The range between the remote and the bottle warmer will vary based on the layout and construction of your home. You'll need to test the best placement of the bottle warmer based on where you'll be using the remote.

AT A GLANCE:
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  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy


    4 AAA batteries required