Philips AVENT Electric Bottle and Baby Food Warmer SCF255/33 110V
Takes FOREVER to warm up a bottle!
This product takes for-friggin-EVER to get just a 4 oz bottle of milk warm! What's the point?! When I've got a screaming baby who is hungry & I get the bottle of breastmilk & use this thing to get his bottle warm, I can't be waiting 10 minutes for this stupid product to get his bottle even slightly warm. I keep going back to check & the milk is still cold. Yes, I used it correctly, this bottle warmer just takes too long to warm up a bottle.
6 October 2014
Simple to use
Once you figure out how much water is needed and how long your bottle needs, then you should have no problem heating up future bottles. For example, my baby's bottle filled with 6 oz. of formula needs water filled up to the rim and heats for 5 minutes 30 seconds. Perfect every time. If you want an auto shut-off, then you will pay more money for the digital one. **I forgot to turn it off one day and left the house for 5 hours!! Upon my return, all the water did evaporate and it was hot on the inside, however, the outside was completely cool!! Thus my reason to take the time to write this review. :)
9 August 2014
No timer, no auto shutoff, handle for basket, water tube
This product is costly, but doesnt have a timer, auto shut off, water tube, or handle for removing heated babyfood jars.
A handle on the basket would be helpful when heating up jars of baby food. I dont want to use my hands to reach into the warmer to grab a heated jar in hot water.
Also, there is no easily marked-colored pointer so consumers know which position the dial is on (1-2-3).
Product needs improvement.
16 October 2013
I don't know what is the temperature of the water
As i need to warm up the breastmilk for my baby while it is recommended that the temperature of the water shouldn't be higher than 70 degree celcius. However, I don't know that the approximate temperature of the three levels of the switch. I'm always afraid the breastmilk will be overheated and all the valuable antibodies will be killed.
22 August 2013
Great, but no timer or shut off is a serious problem
Unfortunately, unless you are standing in front of it watching for the light to blink (not always possible when also calming a desperately hungry baby), it is so so easy to cook the milk, and end up standing for another ten minutes running the bottle under cold water to cool it down again. Even an audible beep would help.
9 January 2013
I love this product!
I use a 200 ml (it's like 7 oz.) en leave it till the light doesn't blink. Then leave it for like 1 minute. Then it is good to drink for my baby.
26 November 2012
It does not work.
Do not warm the milk in 5 minutes left even one hour and also not warmed milk.
31 January 2012
Does it's job well
This bottle warmer warms a 4 ounce bottle in 4 minutes which can be a while with a crying baby but it takes that long or longer to boil water to warm a bottle that way. I wish it had a timer but if you watch it when the light on the front goes off to let you know the water around the bottle is a constant temp and you wait about 20 seconds the bottle is perfect.
9 October 2011