The modern day bottle warmer appliance makes it more convenient & easier than ever before to warm liquids and baby food for your little ones. A baby bottle warmer is a smart investment and can be a big help for a busy family.
Bottle warmers heat up bottles filled with liquid or baby food and keep them at a safe & constant temperature. These devices offer a quicker alternative to standing beside sink, running warm water tap on your bottle (which can feel like an eternity, especially when your baby is in a fuss for some feed).
Some parents choose to microwave their baby’s bottle but this should never be done; uneven heating from a microwave may pose a safety issue.
Fortunately, you now have the option to use a bottle warmer, which is as quick as microwave and, more importantly, SAFE to use.
It’s a good idea to do a little research before you choose a baby bottle warmer so that you know what you are getting is reliable and fits your needs.
The most common mistake people make when buying a bottle warmer is choosing a unit that does not accommodate the bottle they use. Not all baby bottle warmers are created the same, so to avoid this mistake, check the model specs to ensure that the type of baby bottle you use will fit in the warmer.
As your baby advances from liquids to baby foods, other considerations about a warmer should be taken into account. Will you use the warmer to heat jars of baby food? If so, you will need a model that comes with an adapter so the jar can easily be removed.
If you want to know the temperature of the liquid before feeding your baby, consider a bottle warmer that comes with an indicator light that specifies when the liquid has warmed to the appropriate temperature.
You may also want to consider obtaining both a model for your home and another for your vehicle for when you’re on the go or traveling. Some bottle warmers are designed specifically for vehicle use.
Remember! Whatever method you use to warm up your bottles, always be sure to test the temperature of the bottle’s contents before giving the bottle to your baby, to be on the safe side.