- 6m-18 Months
- Silicone nipples are optimally sized; Teat Size (6-18m ) (M)
- BPA Free
- Leak-Proof Cap
- Wide-Neck Bottles
- Promotes healthy development
- Eases digestion for less fussiness
- Perfect Fit Nipple features Soft Zone and the NUK Anti-Colic Air System that helps reduce colic, gas and spit-up. > Soft Zone: Provides greater comfort as soft satin-like finish conforms to baby's palate. > Anti-Colic Air System: 1-piece vent integrated into nipple - no extra parts to clean. Anti-Colic Air System allows baby to swallow liquid instead of air for a comfortable feed.
- Mix n Match Options: The NUK System is a line of products with coordinating designs and interchangeable parts that promote healthy development as your baby grows
- The unique NUK orthodontic nipple fits optimally in baby's mouth to promote healthy development: Maximizes tongue movement, promotes correct jaw position, ensures proper closure of the mouth around the bottle
[Recommended Use] - The vent on the nipple should be under the baby's nose, feeding hole will be facing upwards. (Drinking hole is positioned correctly when NUK® logo is under baby’s nose). To heat, place the bottle in a container of warm water. For hygiene and safety, replace with appropriate NUK nipples after about 2 months of use.
- Care: Disassemble before cleaning. Prior to first use, sanitize by boiling in water for 5 minutes. For day to day cleaning, wash with hot water and mild detergent then rinse clean. Dishwasher-safe (top rack). Allow to dry before storage.
[Warnings] - Caution: Do not overheat. Always test temperature of liquid on wrist before feeding baby. Do not microwave, since this can cause uneven heating. Always supervise baby when feeding. To avoid injury, do not allow a child to walk or run with a bottle.
- To prevent possible choking hazard, test strength before each use by pulling the nipple in all directions. Any tear can lead to the separation of pieces. Discontinue use if any tear or crack appears. Do not attempt to enlarge the hole as this may lead to tearing. Prolong periods of time drinking liquids, other than water, may cause tooth decay.