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July 23rd, 2007, 11:34 PM
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Are they compatible with the avent pump? Thanks Ladies
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July 24th, 2007, 03:30 PM
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Are they compatible with the avent pump? Thanks Ladies [/b]
I don't think so..... the mouth to these bottles is enormous compared to typical bottles - I bet they don't fit on any breast pump. Also - although I was in love with these bottles just 2 months ago when I bought them - I have since become VERY angry. I have used each nipple MAYBE a dozen times - IF that & now have 2 that ripped out. I tried calling Target (where I ordered them) and they won't take them back & I tried calling the manufacturer & have yet to hear back from them (you can't get a person on the phone, you have to leave a message & have them call you back). If you do want to try them, I would recommend going to their own website, where the products are cheaper, I think it's babybungalow.com. You would never get me to buy them again though - I am very angry that they cost me $12.99 PLUS $5 shipping & they are so shoddy.
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September 6th, 2008, 05:36 PM
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I just wanted to add my review to this too, although I don't have an answer to whether or not they fit the pump.

We just used this bottle to introduce my 3 week old to the bottle for the first time. I've decided this isn't a good bottle for newborns, and am not sure I'll use it again any time soon. The milk came out way too fast, and my husband ended up getting milk all over him while feeding. At least an ounce was wasted, and since I don't have a pump yet (I manually express) every ounce is precious. I bought the bottles because they are supposed to work more like a breast, but the milk still seems to come out easily and quickly.

I didn't pay very much for them though; they were on sale at Burlington Coat Factory for $5 for a set of five bottles, and extra nipples were $0.40 for packs of two. I think I see why, after using them! Maybe they'll work better for an older infant.
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