Dr. Brown’s Wide-Neck Baby Bottles For Breastfed Babies

Last updated: October 13, 2021

Babies that suffer from undue gas or reflux can find relief with these baby bottles for breastfed babies. They are equipped with a venting system that not only keeps air bubbles out but keeps the nipple portion from collapsing. This is definitely one to try for parents who hate dealing with spit-up.

Dr. Brown’s Wide-Neck Baby Bottles For Breastfed Babies

We looked at the top Baby Bottles For Breastfed Babies and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Baby Bottle For Breastfed Babies you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: These bottles feature a vent to keep air bubbles out of the mix.

In our analysis of 24 expert reviews, the Dr. Brown's Wide-Neck Baby Bottles For Breastfed Babies placed 7th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Your options have never been better with Dr. Brown’s Natural Flow Options+ Wide-Neck Bottle. From nipple to base, the Options+ Wide-Neck Bottle makes for a comfortable feeding experience for baby and eases the transition from breast to bottle and back again. Starting at the top, each nipple is specially engineered to offer the same consistent, natural flow, so you and baby know what to expect in every feeding. The NEW breast-like nipple shape is correctly contoured for a proper latch and a more natural bottle feeding experience – perfect for switching from breast to bottle and back again. Together with the anti-colic internal vent system, baby feeds without fuss.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Best bottle for preventing gas, colic, and reflux
The vent system also prevents vacuum pressure from building and the nipple from collapsing.
We noticed a significant difference in spit up once trying Dr. Brown’s Options+ bottles!

What reviewers didn't like

More difficult to clean
Leaking hasn’t been an issue for us after figuring out how to use them properly; don’t fill above the max fill line, screw on tightly but not super tight (this has surprisingly caused some leaking before), and if you are traveling with the bottles, a sure way to completely avoid any sort of leak is using the white disc that comes with the bottle and place on top of the vent before securing the top!
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