Pour your precious breast milk into these handy milk storage bottles that also double as feeding bottles from Fraupow. When you have finished pumping with the manual or electric Fraupow Breast Pump, simply pour the milk into one of these containers for feeding or pop into the fridge or freezer for storing.
The cap is completely leak proof and has a removable middle for fitting one of the Fraupow feeding teats.
Included with the 3 bottles are 3 different sized feeding teats ranging from size small to large.
The bottles are 200ml each and are thermal resistant up to -20 degrees or 100 degrees.
3 BPA-Free Bottles: 200ml
3 teats (S/M/L)
Leak proof spiral seal
- Express, Store and feed within a single container with interchangeable adapters, feeding and storage lids
- No wasteful transfer of milk necessary
- Bottles are refrigerator & freezer safe
- Can be used to store milk or feed by adding a teat
- Leak proof spiral seal
- Ideal for breast milk storage and feeding
- Easy to clean
- Removable silicone cap for feeding
- Age: From birth+
- Pack of 3 Breast Milk Storage/feeding bottle
- The bottles come with 3 different sized teats, small: 0 + months, medium: 6 months + and large: 1 year +
- BPA-free, Phthalate-free and PVC-free
- Care instructions: Follow cleaning instructions on packaging
Founded by a woman, for women, Fraupowuk's founder knows a thing or two about what it’s like to be a mum - from cuddles and kisses to tantrums and tears (some her own) - if you’ve experienced it, she’s experienced it.
Like many mums, she struggled with breastfeeding and the pressure that comes with it. We’re all expected to be naturals at a task we’ve never done before, and the toll of it all was enough to make her want to throw in the burp towel. Luckily, she had fantastic family around to help her get through this difficult time.
With the support she received from her family, she realized how important it was to support other women through their own difficult journeys with breast feeding, and while she couldn’t go to every women’s house and coach them on the basics of breastfeeding, (and honestly, this might have crossed a business-professional line or two), she could help them in other ways.