What is the best alternative to Munchkin High Speed Bottle Warmer?
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The Kiinde Kozii uses a constant circulation of warm water to evenly heat bottles. First, you have to fill up a water container underneath the warming pot. When you turn the machine on, the water level rises up to flow around the bottle. It continues its cycle of thoroughly circling the bottle and flowing back to the water chamber for a set period of time. When the time is up, the warmer automatically shuts off and drains the heating chamber. This eliminates the risk of overheating or having hot spots in the milk even if the bottle is left in the warmer for longer than intended. See More
The heating chamber fits standard and wide-mouth bottles such as the Comotomo and Tommee Tippee. It also accommodates materials like plastic, glass, silicone, and stainless steel that are in breast milk storage bags, bottle liners, and baby food jars. See More
You can use this warmer to warm your baby's milk wherever you are. Place an Aquaheat pack in the warming pod and add water to activate the heat. Place your stainless steel container filled with milk and cover the warmer with a lid to help trap heat. It quickly warms milk in 2 minutes. See More
Baby bottles made with materials such as plastic, silicone or glass may not conduct heat properly. It could get too hot with direct contact to the heat packs but not necessarily heat the contents inside. The warmer only works best with stainless steel. See More
A more effective and hygienic way (compared to having to pour your milk from the bottle to the container) of evenly warming milk is by using the stainless steel milk bottles that Innobaby offers. After activating the heat pack by filling the warming pod with water, you can directly place the stainless steel bottle on top of the heat pack. It is a perfect fit for the warmer and the stainless steel is the most efficient way to conduct heat. The direct contact allows you to warm the milk evenly and quickly. It eliminates the need to transfer the milk to and from the stainless steel container. See More