Playtex Baby Ventaire Anti Colic Baby Bottle

Last updated date: June 28, 2021

DWYM Score

8.8

Playtex Baby Ventaire Anti Colic Baby Bottle

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

Update as August 30, 2021:
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Overall Take

Even though the Playtex Baby Ventaire Anti Colic Baby Bottle is budget-friendly, we found that it has a lot to offer. The bottle has an angled design that reduces that amount of air your baby consumes. This lessens colic and gas. As an added bonus, the bottle has a wide-shape Naturalatch silicone nipple that closely resembles mother's breast for moms who feed from breast and bottle.


In our analysis of 113 expert reviews, the Playtex Baby Ventaire Anti Colic Baby Bottle placed 8th when we looked at the top 17 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The Playtex VentAire wide bottle has an angled shape to encourage semi-upright feeding. It helps prevent gas and spit ups with a special leak-proof bottom vent that eliminates bubbles. This 6-oz. baby bottle comes with a silicone nipple with a natural shape to avoid nipple confusion. Its wide neck allows easy refilling. This BPA-free baby bottle is shatterproof and dishwasher safe for easy maintenance. It comes with a cap for convenience when traveling. Available packs of 3. The set includes three 4-oz. bottles The angled shape of the bottle feeds your baby with virtually no bubbles, which means less gas Bottles have an opening at the end for easy, complete cleaning The set includes natural-shape, fast-flow nipples

Expert Reviews

Expert Summarized Score

8.3
12 expert reviews

User Summarized Score

8.2
8,370 user reviews

What experts liked

Micro-channel design prevents gas buildup in baby's tummy. Angled design promotes proper feeding position.
- BestReviews
At a lower price point than some other bottles, this is a budget-friendly option for parents looking to try an anti-colic system.
- Today's Parent
May 23, 2017 | Full review
It’s designed especially for babies you are switching between bottle and breastfeeding or who are transitioning from strictly breastfeeding.
- The Baby Swag
April 8, 2019 | Full review
While milk flow is one thing, your baby might do better with a particular nipple shape to fit the contours of their mouth.
- Mom Loves Best
January 6, 0201 | Full review
This bottle is durable with easy to read markings. It goes up to 5 oz. which we like for when you have a hungry baby that needs just a little more than usual.
- Baby Gear Lab
September 24, 2012 | Full review
They’re specially designed with a vent on the bottom to help keep air from getting into baby’s tummy.
- Verywell Family
May 1, 2019 | Full review
The BPA-free baby bottles feature a new and improved silicone vent, which allows for an improved flow rate, making it easier for baby to drink.
- All Top Ten Reviews
March 17, 2019 | Full review
Its venting system is tested and provides a good flow of milk without forming any bubbles.
- Temper and Tantrum
April 29, 2019 | Full review
The bottle also has a unique bottom vent design to prevent your baby from swallowing air. Your baby can thus enjoy a colic free feed every time.
- Little One Mag
It has a micro-passage for the vent in order to avoid gas or colic reactions in a baby.
- Busy Mom On The Go
October 25, 2018 | Full review
Playtex VantAire is good for introducing a baby to the bottle since it does not cause nipple confusion.
- Infant Empire
Moms who have used these bottles like that they fit comfortably in their baby's hands. They also like that these bottles do not leak.
- Omaby

What experts didn't like

After frequent use, some of our testers notated leakage.
- BestReviews
While one of our hands-on parent testers said her baby had a particularly difficult time latching on to this bottle
- Today's Parent
May 23, 2017 | Full review
The nipples have a specific, wide base style that not all babies will work with, even if it is designed to be close to the real thing.
- The Baby Swag
April 8, 2019 | Full review
The screw top is a bit fiddly and could lead to leaks if not correctly attached.
- Mom Loves Best
January 6, 0201 | Full review
Narrow, angled opening made filling(especially one-handed!) and cleaning a little tricky.
- Baby Gear Lab
September 24, 2012 | Full review
A bit costly
- All Top Ten Reviews
March 17, 2019 | Full review
The plastic may become a bit cloudy after some time.
- Temper and Tantrum
April 29, 2019 | Full review
The slow flow nipples can cause clogging with thick formula
- Little One Mag
No vacuum is creating in the bottle which can give your baby some tough time while feeding as the air gets mixed with milk, causing reflux.
- Busy Mom On The Go
October 25, 2018 | Full review
Tends to leak after heating
- Infant Empire
They did not like that the bottles leak and that the flow was too slow for their babies to drink out comfortably.
- Omaby

An Overview On Baby Bottles

Whether you plan on pumping breast milk so your spouse can feed your little one or you prefer to use formula, you’ll need a good set of baby bottles. With several different types of bottles on the market, it’s a good idea to do a little research before you choose one.

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Start by examining what material the bottle is made from. If the bottle is created from plastic, you’ll want to look to see that it is BPA, PVC, lead and phthalate-free. Other bottles are made from glass, which is recyclable and environmentally friendly. That means you won’t have to worry about any toxic chemicals seeping into the baby’s formula.

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Next, check the bottle design. The best design will reduce the amount of air your baby ingests, preventing instances of gas, colic and spit-up. Not only do certain bottles have a patented anti-colic bottom vent, but they also angle to lessen the chances of your baby developing an ear infection.

You’ll also want to look at how the formula is designed to flow through the bottle. Babies can get frustrated if the flow is too slow or choke if the flow is too fast. To combat this, some bottles have an internal vent system that works in sync with the bottle’s silicone nipple to flow at the baby’s pace.

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If this is your first baby, or you’re shopping for a baby shower gift, you’ll want to consider a bottle set that comes with a few extras. For example, you may come across a set that not only comes with six bottles in two different sizes, but also a bottle brush for cleaning the bottles, a formula dispenser for packing formula to-go and a pacifier to comfort baby.

 

The Baby Bottle Buying Guide

  • It is important to sterilize and clean your baby bottles properly before feedings. Sterilizing the bottles with boiling water should be done before the first use and again every so often if you have well water. After the first sterilization, you can take the bottles apart and either wash them in the dishwasher or soak them in a sink full of hot soapy water. Always rinse away any soap residue before using.
  • The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends discontinuing the use of baby bottles by the time your child reaches 18 months of age. By then, you’ll want to switch to a sippy cup. This is important because the longer a toddler uses a bottle, the higher their chance of tooth decay.
  • Once you’ve retired your baby’s bottles, you can repurpose them. They can be used for everything from measuring liquids to holding snacks for a car ride to storing paintbrushes in between masterpieces.
  • Certain excess baby bottles can be tossed in your recycling bin. Turn the bottles over and look at the number on the bottom. If you see a five or seven, you can recycle them. You can also donate the bottles to a children’s charity or an animal shelter.
  • Since most bottles are sold in sets, it’s important to consider what you get with each set when comparing prices. So a set that includes a total of six bottles, a bottle brush, a formula dispenser and a pacifier is naturally going to cost more than a set with just four bottles.