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Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep Day and Night Machine for Baby Formula $148 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Looking for a quick and hygienic way to top up formula and seems this little machine is the right one.
Was trying to get some instant hot water system in the beginning but it seems those are not designed for 40 degrees or whatever the temperature has been recommended for making formula. Also most of them doesn’t come with a filter.
$148 is not a historical low price but the lowest I can find at the moment is catch selling it at 148 w no free shipping.

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  • +3 votes

    Just note these don't actually boil the water, they rely on the filter to get rid of any bacteria, up to you to decide whether that's sufficient.

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      Thanks mate and same thing said to my wife but she just wanna get something like this (quick and hygienic to some extent)

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      Just fill it with boiled water?

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        Yep, I have the original version and it’s awesome. Used it for our 2 kids. Fill it up with cooled boiled water.

  • +2 votes

    baby bunting will price beat it by 5% and you can pick it up in store

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      Good call! Thanks

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      Actually just dropped by a baby bunting and they said no to price beat with Amazon

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    baby milkuccino machine

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    What about a tea kettle with temperature control like the viomi smart kettle?

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    I had one and returned it. It's real loud, wakes up everyone and not easy to maintain clean inside. It basically just a fancy kettle.
    I would just buy a kettle + a good Thermos flusk to keep warm water + some bottles of still water to mix.

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    Rich parent toy to go with the bugaboo..

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    Have one, and find it one of the better buys to keep our sanity as try juggling a baby, boiling a kettle hoping the temperature is correct and waiting.
    This thing formula in > it then does a hot shot of boiling water > shake > back in and tops it with filtered water > done in less than a minute
    And it remembers the bottle size so no need to measure anything out but the scoops :D

  • +2 votes

    This is what I did:

    For 150ml feed, fill up the bottle with cool boiled water up to 90ml and then 60ml of hot water from the thermos before feed.

    For 100ml, fill up 60ml cool boiled water and 40ml hot water before feed.

    I used to prepare 3 bottles every night and put them on the bedside. Perfect temperature every time.

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    It’s very convenient but gets dirty easy, I am skeptical on the hygiene side of things with this.
    Was a godsend for the constant wake ups and quick and easy at the beginning with a little one but we changed to anti reflux formula and shelved this.

    Note I am pretty sure I saw a new model out so this will probably be cleared out soon

  • +1 vote

    What an absolute waste lel!

    Boil kettle, let water cool, put formula in bottle, put water in, refrigerate until needed (24 hours max) microwave for 15 seconds when needed.

    Even I can do this!!

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      My formula instructions says use within 1 hour of preparation

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        Some are very strict because some mothers don't date the formula once prepared and forget. They then get mixed up with yesterday's formula and today's formula.

        So some even say don't store it at all.