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FAQ's

Find some answers to the most frequently asked questions about your Electric Bottle and Food Warmer.

How long should I warm my bottle for?

The rate of heating varies depending on the size of the bottle or food container or the starting temperature of the milk / food (eg 20°C at room temperature or 5°C at refrigerator).

We recommend to start with setting 3 heating. After heating can be set according to need 1 or 2 to heat.

Milk or food should not be heated for more than 30 minutes.

The following is the heating time required for different situations for reference.

Set the average temperatures of 1, 2 and 3 to about 40°C, 55°C, and 85°C, respectively.

Electric Bottle Warmer Heating Chart

Electric Bottle Warmer Heating Chart

Can I use the Express and Go™ milk pouches in the Tommee Tippee electric food and bottle warmer?

We wouldn’t really recommend this to be honest - but there is a specially designed Express and Go pouch and bottle warmer that will do the job far better!

Instructions for use

The rate of heating varies depending on the size of the bottle or food container or the starting temperature of the milk / food (eg 20 ° C at room temperature or 5 ° C at refrigerator).

We recommend to start with setting 3 heating. After heating can be set according to need 1 or 2 to heat.

Milk or food should not be heated for more than 30 minutes.

Set the average temperatures of 1, 2 and 3 to about 40 ° C, 55 ° C, and 85 ° C, respectively.

  1. Put the milk bottle into the heater.
  2. Pour fresh water into the heater, 10 mm below the top of the heater. The amount of water should not be too high. If placing in a larger bottle, the water level should be 12 mm below the top of the heater.
  3. Make sure the temperature control button on the bottle heater is turned to "MIN" before powering on.
  4. When the power is on, the red light will be on, indicating that the heater has started.
  5. Turn the temperature control to 3. The green light should come on, indicating that the water is heating up.
  6. When the water temperature reaches the selected set temperature, the indicator will turn from green to red, indicating that the thermostat is operating. But this does not mean the milk has been fully heated to the appropriate temperature. The thermostat will keep working to keep the milk at your chosen temperature. The indicator light will vary due to different water temperature. From red to green indicates that the food is being heated.
  7. Heat the milk to the proper temperature.
  8. Take care when removing the bottle because the temperature of the bottle and water will be higher.
  9. Before feeding, please shake the bottle and drop a few drops of milk on your wrist to test the temperature, to ensure that the temperature is moderate before feeding the baby. Avoid excessive heating of milk.
  10. Feeding gap, the bottle can be put back into the heater at any time for insulation.
  11. After feeding, turn the temperature control back to the "MIN" setting and unplug it.
How do I descale my Closer to Nature Electric Bottle and Food warmer?

There are a number of descaling products available to descale small household appliances - choose your preferred brand and follow the instructions on pack. If at all possible with a newborn in the house, we recommend descaling your bottle and food warmer every 4 weeks. You can of course do it sooner if you notice limescale building up, which you may do if you live in a hard water area. Bad luck if you do - it probably makes your kettle a bit yucky too. And we’re guessing you need that more than ever now that baby has arrived!

How to use an electric bottle warmer


Product manuals

Please click on the link below and download the Electric Bottle Warmer Product Manual.

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