Travel Baby Bottle Warmers

Product Review Sunday

When working as a nanny I don’t like using baby bottle warmers to heat up the baby’s bottle. Just running hot water from the kitchen tap over the bottle is the easiest way to warm a baby in my opinion.

But, it is great to have a travel baby bottle warmer when out and about town with an infant. There are bottle warmers that can plug into an outlet at home or in a hotel room, there are warmers which heat up by being plugged into a car lighter on a road trip, some bottle warmers have you pour in hot water into a flask, and others use heating cells.

The best traveling bottle warmer for you will depend on the size and shape of the bottles you use and what is most convenient for where you are traveling.

Auto Bottle Warmers

The Munchkin Deluxe Auto Bottle Warmer warms a baby’s bottle in the car in minutes. It plugs into car adapter outlets and the insulated bag helps keep the bottle warm after heating (see another photo of this product in top left of today’s post).

Dex Products Automobile Bottle Warmer not only warms the baby bottle in the car it also has a neoprene sleeve. The heating element has a temperature cut-off fuse so the contents will not overheat,

Thermal Flask Baby Bottle and Food Warmers

The Tommee Tippee Travel Bottle and Food Warmer requires no electricity making it great for travel.

Plug-In Bottle Warmer

If you use Philips Avent baby bottles than the Philips AVENT Express Food and Bottle Warmer is a convenient plug-in bottle warmer for you to use.

Thermal Pouch Bottle Warmer

The Make My Day Insulated Baby Bottle Warmer uses a re-usable, self-activating thermal pouch containing a non-toxic gel to deliver low, safe heat within 15 to 20 minutes. The benefit of this bottle warmer is that it doesn’t require electricity.

Prince Lionheart On-the-Go Bottle Warmer uses a thermal pouch you click on to heat the baby bottle. It can take up to 30 minutes to warm up thoroughly.

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