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Bottle teats - the right teat for every bottle

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Natural + Soft bottle teats, round natural shape, silicone

Our Natural + Soft bottle teat is made of especially soft silicone and has a skin-like texture, so that drinking from the bottle has a much more natural feel for your baby. The teat’s tip has a round, natural shape. These teats fit Baby-Nova and NUK wide-neck bottles.

It comes in the size “uni” (one-size-fits-all) for babies and toddlers between 0 - 24 months. Teats with different feed-hole sizes are available, depending on what you are feeding – with feed-hole sizes for tea (S), milk (M) and cereals (XL).

The Natural + Soft teat has an anti-colic valve, which equalises the pressure in the bottle during feeding and minimises the amount of unwanted air your baby swallows.

Our feeding bottle teats comply with the European Standard EN 14350.

Article numbers:

Size Uni
14211 for tea
14221 for milk
14231 for cereals

Tip!

Which teat do I use for feeding?

Tea (S) – Watery liquids like water, tea or juice

Milk (M) – Follow-on formula and baby milk – semolina if slightly diluted

Cereals (XL) – Pap, semolina, milk mash, rice cereal

Children have different drinking habits and sometimes a certain bottle teat just doesn’t suit them. For example, if a child drinks rather slowly, they could end up inhaling the liquid if it runs out of the teat too quickly. If such difficulties arise, it is useful to just try a teat with a different sized feed-hole.

Wide-neck bottle teat, orthodontic, latex

This anti-colic latex teat with an orthodontic shaped teat tip is suitable for BABY-NOVA und NUK wide-neck bottles.

It comes in the following sizes: size 1 for babies aged approx. 0 - 3 months and size 2 for children aged approx. 3 - 24 months. Teats with different feed-hole sizes are available depending on what you are feeding – with feed-hole sizes for tea (S), milk (M) and cereals (XL).

These feeding teats all have an anti-colic valve, which equalises the pressure in the bottle during feeding and minimises the amount of unwanted air your baby swallows.

Our feeding bottle teats comply with the European Standard EN 14350.

Article numbers:

Size 1
12110 for tea
12120 for milk

Size 2
13110 for tea
13120 for milk
13140 for cereals

Tip!

Which teat do I use for feeding?

Tea (S) – Watery liquids like water, tea or juice

Milk (M) – Follow-on formula and baby milk – semolina if slightly diluted

Cereals (XL) – Pap, semolina, milk mash, rice cereal

Children have different drinking habits and sometimes a certain bottle teat just doesn’t suit them. For example, if a child drinks rather slowly, they could end up inhaling the liquid if it runs out of the teat too quickly. If such difficulties arise, it is useful to just try a teat with a different sized feed-hole.

Wide-neck bottle teat, orthodontic, silicone

This anti-colic silicone teat with an orthodontic shaped teat tip is suitable for BABY-NOVA und NUK wide-neck bottles.

It comes in the following sizes: size 1 for babies aged approx. 0 - 3 months and size 2 for children aged approx. 3 - 24 months. Teats with different feed-hole sizes are available depending on what you are feeding – with feed-hole sizes for tea (S), milk (M) and cereals (XL).

These feeding teats all have an anti-colic valve, which equalises the pressure in the bottle during feeding and minimises the amount of unwanted air your baby swallows.

Our feeding bottle teats comply with the European Standard EN 14350.

Article numbers:

Size 1
12210 for tea
12220 for milk

Size 2
13210 for tea
13220 for milk
13230 for cereals

Tip!

Which teat do I use for feeding?

Tea (S) – Watery liquids like water, tea or juice

Milk (M) – Follow-on formula and baby milk – semolina if slightly diluted

Cereals (XL) – Pap, semolina, milk mash, rice cereal

Children have different drinking habits and sometimes a certain bottle teat just doesn’t suit them. For example, if a child drinks rather slowly, they could end up inhaling the liquid if it runs out of the teat too quickly. If such difficulties arise, it is useful to just try a teat with a different sized feed-hole.

Bottle teat for standard bottles, round natural shape, silicone

This anti-colic latex feeding bottle teat has a round, natural shaped teat tip. These teats fit onto most standard feeding bottles.

It comes in the size “uni” (one-size-fits-all) for babies and toddlers between 0 - 24 months and can be used right from your baby’s birth up until it’s time to wean off bottle feeding. Teats with different feed-hole sizes are available depending on what you are feeding – with feed-hole sizes for tea (S), milk (M) and cereals (XL).

These feeding teats all have an anti-colic valve, which equalises the pressure in the bottle during feeding and minimises the amount of unwanted air your baby swallows.

Our feeding bottle teats comply with the European Standard EN 14350.

Article numbers:

Size Uni
14301 for tea
14302 for milk
14304 for cereals

Tip!

Which teat do I use for feeding?

Tea (S) – Watery liquids like water, tea or juice

Milk (M) – Follow-on formula and baby milk – semolina if slightly diluted

Cereals (XL) – Pap, semolina, milk mash, rice cereal

Children have different drinking habits and sometimes a certain bottle teat just doesn’t suit them. For example, if a child drinks rather slowly, they could end up inhaling the liquid if it runs out of the teat too quickly. If such difficulties arise, it is useful to just try a teat with a different sized feed-hole.

Bottle teat for standard bottles, round natural shape, silicone

This anti-colic silicone feeding bottle teat has a round, natural shaped teat tip. These teats fit onto most standard feeding bottles.

It comes in the size “uni” (one-size-fits-all) for babies and toddlers between 0 - 24 months and can be used right from your baby’s birth up until it’s time to wean off bottle feeding. Teats with different feed-hole sizes are available depending on what you are feeding – with feed-hole sizes for tea (S), milk (M) and cereals (XL).

These feeding teats all have an anti-colic valve, which equalises the pressure in the bottle during feeding and minimises the amount of unwanted air your baby swallows.

Our feeding bottle teats comply with the European Standard EN 14350.

Article numbers:

Size Uni
17301 for tea
17302 for milk
17303 for cereals

Tip!

Which teat do I use for feeding?

Tea (S) – Watery liquids like water, tea or juice

Milk (M) – Follow-on formula and baby milk – semolina if slightly diluted

Cereals (XL) – Pap, semolina, milk mash, rice cereal

Children have different drinking habits and sometimes a certain bottle teat just doesn’t suit them. For example, if a child drinks rather slowly, they could end up inhaling the liquid if it runs out of the teat too quickly. If such difficulties arise, it is useful to just try a teat with a different sized feed-hole.

Bottle teat for standard bottles, orthodontic shape, latex

This anti-colic latex feeding bottle teat has an orthodontic shaped teat tip. These teats fit onto most standard feeding bottles.

It comes in the following sizes: size 1 for babies aged approx. 0 - 3 months and size 2 for children aged approx. 3 - 24 months. Teats with different feed-hole sizes are available depending on what you are feeding – with feed-hole sizes for tea (S), milk (M) and cereals (XL).

These feeding teats all have an anti-colic valve, which equalises the pressure in the bottle during feeding and minimises the amount of unwanted air your baby swallows.

Our feeding bottle teats comply with the European Standard EN 14350.

Article numbers:

Size 1
16571 for tea
16572 for milk

Size 2
16501 for tea
16502 for milk
16504 for cereals

Tip!

Which teat do I use for feeding?

Tea (S) – Watery liquids like water, tea or juice

Milk (M) – Follow-on formula and baby milk – semolina if slightly diluted

Cereals (XL) – Pap, semolina, milk mash, rice cereal

Children have different drinking habits and sometimes a certain bottle teat just doesn’t suit them. For example, if a child drinks rather slowly, they could end up inhaling the liquid if it runs out of the teat too quickly. If such difficulties arise, it is useful to just try a teat with a different sized feed-hole.

Bottle teat for standard bottles, orthodontic shape, silicone

This anti-colic silicone feeding bottle teat has an orthodontic shaped teat tip. These teats fit onto most standard feeding bottles.

It comes in the following sizes: size 1 for babies aged approx. 0 - 3 months and size 2 for children aged approx. 3 - 24 months. Teats with different feed-hole sizes are available depending on what you are feeding – with feed-hole sizes for tea (S), milk (M) and cereals (XL).

These feeding teats all have an anti-colic valve, which equalises the pressure in the bottle during feeding and minimises the amount of unwanted air your baby swallows.

Our feeding bottle teats comply with the European Standard EN 14350.

Article numbers:

Size 1
15371 for tea
15372 for milk

Size 2
15301 for tea
15302 for milk
15303 for cereals

Tip!

Which teat do I use for feeding?

Tea (S) – Watery liquids like water, tea or juice

Milk (M) – Follow-on formula and baby milk – semolina if slightly diluted

Cereals (XL) – Pap, semolina, milk mash, rice cereal

Children have different drinking habits and sometimes a certain bottle teat just doesn’t suit them. For example, if a child drinks rather slowly, they could end up inhaling the liquid if it runs out of the teat too quickly. If such difficulties arise, it is useful to just try a teat with a different sized feed-hole.

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