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2-pack HEVEA Non-Toxic, Natural Rubber, Med. Flow Cherry-shaped teat, Anti-colic valve, Plastic-Free
- 100% Natural Rubber
- BPA, Phthalates and PVC free
- Cheery shaped teat – Anti-colic valve
- Use: Milk and Water
- One-piece moulded – highly hygienic
- Soft and durable. Resistant to teething/bites
- Fits regular neck bottles
- Sterilise in boiling water
- Do not clean in dishwasher or steamer
Complies to safety standard EN 14350 , US CPSIA
Made in Malaysia
|Package Dimensions||1.57 x 3.15 x 4.72 inches or 4 x 8 x 12 cm (w x l x h)|
|Product Size||Slow / Medium|
|Material Type||Natural rubber|
|Safety Standard||EN 14350, CPSIA/ASTM|
|Country of Origin||Malaysia|
They should fit standard neck bottles. But we can unfortunately not guarantee that they fit the ones you have - we only know so far that they fit ours.
The size of the hole in the nipple teat (which isn't easy to see with the eye) will determine the flow of the liquid (water/ milk/ tea) and is smaller for the slow and bigger for medium.
We have chosen to do 2 sizes for smaller babies and for simply liquid (no thicker liquid) as the bottle isn't big. The sizing is a jungle and only really is important for the small babies i.e. that they don't get too much in one go. So, we kept it simple with just offer a smaller bottle and with 2 sizes.
Also, we have engraved “Slow” and Medium” on the product.
Yes, they, the slow and medium ones, are anti colic.
The ventilation valve in the feeding nipples is to allow air to enter the bottle while the baby is drinking without the need to break the baby's suction during feeding. During drinking, the integrated valve in the nipple flexes to allow air into the bottle to prevent vacuum build up and vents the air to the back of the bottle.
It is highly unlikely; however, protein is a naturally occurring element in latex from the rubber tree which actually helps to preserve the rubber in a liquid state allowing us to work with it. During the production process, much of the latex protein is leeched out, resulting in very low levels in the finished item.
No allergic reaction to any Hevea product has yet been reported, but we urge parents to be aware of the unlikely potential for a latex allergic reaction.
Allergic reactions to latex vary considerably. If you are aware of any family history of latex allergy or if you notice any symptoms in your child that cause you concern or if your child has had a previous reaction to any other rubber products then we suggest you stop the use of your Hevea product without delay and visit your medical practitioner. Identifying early symptoms may prevent more serious effects.
The rubber industry as a whole is constantly looking at ways to reduce the potential for allergic reaction and we actively support our suppliers in this initiative. Allergic reactions to latex are not normally dangerous, but symptoms of it can include:
- Itchy, red or watery eyes
- Sneezing or a runny nose
- Rash or hives
- Chest tightness
- Shortness of breath