Whether you're using formula or expressing breast milk to give in a bottle, finding the right model for your baby can be trial and error. Our forum users voted these bottles their top six - read on to see why...Which bottle for your baby?
New handled 3-stage baby bottle with teat and soft spoutRRP / price at purchase: £5.99
New range of next (post colic) stage bottles available in 270ml and 330ml sizes in pink or blue colourway RRP / price at purchase: £4.29 for one 270ml bottle
The Adiri Natural Nurser bottle is a baby bottle that closely mimics the feel and shape of a breast so a good choice for breast feeding mums. The design is round and soft to touch and is the winner of the medial design excellence awards. Visit www
Babyexpert RecommendedWhat's good? Simple, well-thought-out design which is easy to use, rinse and sterilise. The bottles are a standard size, which fit most breast pumps. The teats are good and seem to help with colicNot so good? Nothing
Rest your baby with his head in the crook of your arm so that you're facing each other and his body is pressed against youHow to bottle feed
Babyexpert RecommendedIf you want an environmentally-friendly glass bottle, these designs are tough, recyclable and feature an anti-colic valveTesters said: My baby fed quickly from these; Easy to cleanBut...The testers had concerns about using a
Babyexpert RecommendedWhat's good? Unusual curvy design which was comfortable to hold, plus it was easy to pop the lid off one-handed. These worked fine and baby liked them, I found them easy to warm up. The base button releases the air vacuum which helped reduce air intake durin...
Babyexpert RecommendedThis new design reduces colic and includes a special valve in the teat which allows air into the bottle, preventing a vacuum. The teat is new, softer and a more natural shapeTesters say: I've always liked Avent, and this new