The best baby bottles 2020 are the ones that your baby will take with ease. As we all know babies have big personalities and what might be the best baby bottle option for your friends baby, may not work for yours. Having said that, we will give you several great baby bottle options, as well as tips and tricks for helping make sure you pick the best baby bottle for your baby!
What are the Best Features of a Baby Bottle:
- Your baby takes to it.
- As few parts as possible.
- Easy to read markings.
- Easy to read nipples (when you get to a certain point you will end up having different stage nipples, and it makes a huge difference if the nipples have markings that say what stage or level they are).
- Does not leak.
- Easy to clean.
The Best Baby Bottles:
- 1. Comotomo Baby Bottles – Made from silicone these bottles are a great light weight alternative to plastic bottles ( which can leach chemicals). Comotomo bottles have a nice wide opening making them easy to clean and dishwasher safe. Babies love the nipples on these bottles, just read some of the reviews on Amazon and you’ll understand why it is in the top ten bottles sold on Amazon.. What would make this bottle even better would be if Comotomo offered breastpump adaptors! There are plenty of pumping moms out there who would love to be able to pump right into their Comotomo bottles. For now breastpumping moms will enjoy the wide opening which makes it easier to poor breast milk into.
- 2. Philips Avent Glass Baby Bottles – Philips Avent baby bottles have been around for decades and have seen many changes in design over the years. The current Avent bottle have a sleek look and is available in both plastic or glass options. This is a wide neck bottle and with the purchase of a breast pump adapter (click here to find out which one you will need), you can easily pump right into these bottles.
- 3. Lifefactory Baby Bottles – Lifefactory baby bottles are made from top of the line materials. The glass comes from … and the silicone….. These tempered glass can be pumped directly into, you can then freeze the bottles and even heat in hot water without worrying about the glass breaking. While these bottles are on the pricier side, keep in mind that you can later buy sippy cup spouts that will turn the bottles into sippys. After the toddler stage you can continue to use these with a solid cap lid for juices, drinks and snacks! The nipple is a pretty common regular neck size. If your baby does not take well to the nipple, try one of these other compatible nipple brands, Baby Bottle Nipple Compatibility Chart.
- 4. Evenflo Glass Twist Bottles – Evenflo baby bottles are the most affordable brand of bottles that really does the trick. You can buy Evenflo bottles pretty much anywhere, making it easy to get replacement parts or upgrade your baby to a faster nipple. Evenflo bottles are offered in plastic or glass, or course we prefer the glass option (which is made in Mexico). Both the plastic and glass bottles are interchangeable, so you can mix and match. The price on Amazon for a 6 pack of Evenflo glass bottles is usually right around $12 and special covers can be purchased to help minimize breakage. If you prefer plastic the price is about the same with a six pack of bottles costing right around $10.
- 5. Flipsi Baby Bottles – The Flipsi bottle gets its name from the fact that you can flip the inside of the bottle out, making it super easy to hand wash. This is a wide neck silicone baby bottle (we love silicone) and just like the Comotomo (number 1 on the list) it is a favorite among breastfeeding moms. The bottle is lightweight and durable, hopefully soon their will be a option to purchase a sippy attachment for this clever bottle.
Other Baby Bottle Considerations:
Here are some things to consider Before buying your babys bottles:
- Will your daycare allow that type of bottle you want to use? For example some daycares might not allow glass bottles.
- Will your baby bottles work with your breast pump? Don’t worry we got your covered on this one, just head over to our Breast Pump / Baby Bottle Compatibility Guide
What if my baby does not like the baby bottles I bought?
It is most likely that your baby does not like the nipple, not the actual bottle itself. You can use our Baby Bottle/ Nipple Compatibility Chart to see if there are other brands of nipples that will fit onto your baby bottles. This is a quick, cost effective way to keep your current baby bottles.