Pros: stainless steel, decorations, clean, easy to clean, do not break, sanitary
Pros: Slower milk flow from the nipple
Cons: A little more time consuming to clean...but well worth it!
“I have had some of these bottles, for my girl, since they came out, and I have to say that I would not use anything else. I am surprised by "IAMCM's" comment below. They are very easy to clean, and I have never had a problem... and I LOVE the designs, they are so much easier for my girl to hold then other bottles I have tried along the way. My girl is walking around now, and she has dropped...” --regularmom
Green to Grow produces its bottles from polyethersulfone (PES), a polymer considered exceptionally durable and known to be less porous and less reactive than other similar compounds. This BPA-free plastic is also dimensionally stable over a wide range of temperatures, resistant to most chemicals, and can withstand repeated sterilization.
Due to harmful plastics Drop-Guard developed a safety net for Glass Baby Bottles. Drop-Guard is the piece of mind parents seek to prevent the bottle from “exploding” when dropped. Click on our video to see the breaking of an uncoated baby bottle and the contaminated 8' area of glass. When it comes to comfort, convenience, and safety, no one works harder for you than...
“We had no idea that companies were still making glass bottles when we started our daughter on bottle feeding in August of 2007. When the "BPA scare" happened we started searching for a better option. We came across numerous "BPA free" bottles plastic and glass but glass bottles seemed to be the way to go for us. Glass is better for the environment overall and to me, there was a better chance...” --lucysmomrocks
“After purchasing numerous types and different brands of bottles...this one was the only one suited for my newborn. Due to some nursing issues, we had to start our little one earlier on the bottle than we had planned. The problem with most bottles is that the nipple dripped milk out too quickly for my son and most of it would end up on his clothes and he would choke on it. I think he really...” --Lilmissbbygrl
“My son didn't like these cups at all so we never really used them. ” --greenANDchic
“We were given these bottles and had them until we learned about BPA and discovered that they were not BPA-free. I am uncertain if they are now BPA-free or not. We had a LOT of problems with these bottles leaking. ” --greenANDchic
“I really love these bottles, because they are BPA free and don't create air bubbles in the babies milk. You will have a happier baby, because a gas free baby is a happy baby. I am a little weary of the glass, but it is a pretty strong glass bottle and is dishwasher safe. Overall a great bottle.” --Jencris12
“ Even though these bottles are a little pricier, it is well worth it! I love these bottles and have used these since my son was born in March. I haven't had to replace any and he has had no problem with reflux or anything. Also, I feel better knowing there are not BPA's or anything bad in them. I highly recommend!” --
“Products that stand the test of time are tried and true - and the Evenflo glass bottles are no exception. I have used these with both my young children, and just love the fact that they are tough, easy to clean, and I don't worry about putting them in the dishwasher because they are glass and can handle the sterilizing temps of the hot water. They price is right too! So many "new" designs...” --ShinyGreenPenny