Why are all the cool inventions for babies always made after your kids are practically grown?
Keeping with our ongoing love of unique items from small businesses comes a clever British idea designed back in 2000, and made right here in the USA.
The Steri-bottle line of disposable baby bottles would have helped me enormously when both my sons were infants, and I was making cross-country flights from LA to Boston about three times a year.
Meet a traveling parent’s best friend: The Steri-bottle is 100% good to go, and disposable. No sterilizing or washing, just fill and feed, then toss in a recycling container for plastic. The bottles and nipples are stacked in shrink-wrap dispensing sleeves of five and two sets of stacks in the 10 packs.
Parents concerned about toxic BPA will not find that nasty by-product in these bottles. This one-of-a-kind disposable and recyclable bottle offers unmatched convenience.
This item is perfect for plane travel, on-the-go last-minute trips, or when you don’t have any clean bottles for that always anticipated 3 AM feeding where your practically walking into walls from exhaustion.
The bottles come in both medium flow nipples for ages newborn to three months old, and fast flow nipples for three months and older babies. Packaged in boxes of five count and ten count, this is an excellent shower gift for any new mother, and is fantastic to keep in the car “in case,” for daycare, storing at Nana’s house or a relative’s home you frequent.
Every bottle is ready to use, BPA-free, phthalate free, and made in the USA right outside Chicago, Illinois.
April MacIntyre is Monsters and Critics’ smallscreen and people/celebrity editor who loves to write about American-made products and small businesses. You can follow her on Twitter.Note the date on this article may be incorrect due to importing it from our old system.