|Is Dishwasher Safe||No|
|Item model number||372-P3|
|Product Dimensions||5.08 x 9.65 x 13.21 cm; 30 Grams|
Dr. Brown's Original Wide-Neck Nipple, Level 2 (3m+), 2-Pack
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- Two replacement silicone nipples
- Level 2 is ideal for feeding infants 3 months and above
- Exclusive for Dr. Brown's Natural Flow Wide Neck baby bottles
- Dishwasher safe top rack only
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Two replacement silicone nipples, exclusively for Dr. Brown's Natural Flow Wide Neck baby bottles. Level 2 is ideal for feeding infants 3 months and above.
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Reviewed in the United States on 20 July 2019
Our theory is that it worked well for our baby since he tends to be a 'lazy eater' and doesn't always suck very hard and tends to drift off during feeding. If feedings are taking longer than 30 minutes, I recommend you try moving up to the next level and see if it helps. You can always go back to Level 1 if they're not ready yet.
As a side note, the regular neck Dr Brown bottles flowed too fast for our little guy, even on Level 1. I'm not sure if we got a bum nipple, but the regular neck bottles flowed faster versus the wide neck for us. It could be that he was able to get more of the nipple in his mouth with a smaller neck. Keep that in mind when choosing what style bottle to go with.
I used to loved Dr. Brown's bottles as my baby used to take them so easily. But it is just impossible to use it with #3 Nipples. It leaks A LOT. I gave up using Dr. Brown's with #3 Nipples and at that day I gave my 6 month baby Formula on a regular glass (believe me it was less messy!).
Now I switch to Avent bottles.
We have used Dr. Browns since he first started drinking from a bottle, and their quality, ease of cleaning have made them our favorites. But after more than three years of use, the old nipples we had started forming cracks and leaking a bit.
I guess this could have been our opportunity to get rid of the bottle for good, but why? So we just bought a couple replacement nipples that solved our problem and work perfectly. You know, almost like they were new (yes the nipples are new.)