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Glass Baby Bottle With Natural Rubber Nipple – 2 Pack

by Hevea
  • 120ml bottle -0-3 months slow flow
  • 240ml bottle -3-24 months medium flow 

Buying high-quality and safe feeding bottles for your baby doesn't have to be a problem any longer. This HEVEA® Baby Glass bottle package comes with two calibrated, glass bottles made of 100% borosilicate glass. The bottles are solid and do not leach into the food or allow the entry of substances from outside. In addition, they do not retain the smell of previous constituents when washed.

The bottles also come with 100% natural rubber teats/nipples (size 0-3 months for milk & water), screw threads, and leak-proof dust covers. Additional rubber teats/nipples of slow flow and medium flow can also be purchased. This product complies with the safety standard EN 14350-1:2004 and US CPSIA.


The Hevea baby bottle must be sterilized in boiling water for 5 minutes before first use
The bottle can be heated in a bottle warmer
The bottle can be adjusted with different teats/nipples to suit the growth of the baby.

Before feeding, inspect the teat/nipple and bottle before each use and pull the bottle teat in all directions. Do not leave a bottle or teat in direct sunlight or heat, or leave it in a disinfectant for longer than recommended, as this can weaken the pacifier. Discard the teat at the first sign of damage, wear or tear as they can be a choking hazard! to care. Switch teat after 1-2 months of use.

Cleaning: Before first use, let stand in boiling water for 5 minutes. This is good for hygiene. Then rinse with warm water before each use.
For babies up to 3 months, disinfect the teat regularly (boil or similar).
When cooking, make sure there is always enough water in the pan to avoid material damage.
Do not cook in the pressure cooker.
Do not clean in the dishwasher or disinfect in the microwave - disinfectant, and heat produced by the microwave can damage the material.
After cleaning makes sure no water is left in the teat.

Ventilated pacifier: The valve in the HEVEA bottle teat cancels out the pressure difference in the bottle and reduces unsolicited aerophobia during feeding. Tighten the washer, but do not squeeze the flange or valve too much.

Made of natural rubber latex, which may cause allergic reactions. Natural rubber latex allergy symptoms include itching, skin redness, rash, runny nose, watery eyes.
Stop using the product if any symptoms occur.

This Hevea article is in accordance with the safety standard EN 14350

There are graduation marks on the bottle, but if accurate measurements are needed, use a measuring cup or measuring spoon.
When shaken vigorously, the pressure in the bottle may rise and cause leakage or spraying due to the high temperature of the liquid in the bottle.
When the baby's feeding bottle is broken, the broken glass and sharp edges can cause great damage. Always use the bottle under adult supervision.
The baby's feeding bottle can break if dropped or hit hard.
Thermal shock can shatter the bottle if the difference between the room temperature and the temperature of the liquid inside is too high.
Use water to cool the feeding bottle.
Be aware that when the teeth come through, the Baby can tear the teat.


Irregular lines may be on the surface of the bottle, this is normal and not a quality problem
It is necessary to check the teat regularly to prevent it from blocking. Parents are advised to replace the teat approximately every 1-2 months or as soon as it shows signs of wear or tear, this is for health, safety, and your baby's hygiene.
Do not place the teat in direct sunlight, near heat sources, or leave them in a disinfectant for longer than recommended.
Do not heat the bottle in the microwave as this can cause the food to heat up unevenly. Always check the temperature of the food before feeding the baby.

  • 100% pure, high quality, borosilicate glass
  • Smooth and nonporous surface
  • Rubber teats
    • 100% natural rubber
    • Molded-in one-piece
    • Suitable for regular neck bottles
    • Cherry shaped
    • Free of BPA, PVC, and Phthalates
  • Properly calibrated 
  • Consists of two bottles, two rubber teats, two screw caps, and two dust covers.
  • Size:
    • 120ml bottle -0-3 months slow flow
    • 240ml bottle -3-24 months medium flow 

The card box is fully recyclable and the clear window on the box is biodegradable and compostable made from PP film, produced by Sidaplax. All Hevea packaging is FSC certified, guaranteeing the paper or timber used comes from responsibly managed forests, which helps to prevent deforestation and degradation.

  • 100% pure borosilicate glass: Hevea baby bottles are made from pure borosilicate glass, which is both heat and thermal shock resistant! The glass won't react with the contents of the bottle, it is also non-leaching and won't retain flavors or particles due to its non-porous surface. After the bottle has been cleaned, the milk will not taste or smell of previous contents. Glass is an extremely hygienic material, perfect for feeding young babies.
  • 100% pure natural rubber:  100% pure natural rubber is used to make the pacifier. It is soft but very durable, cheery shape with an anti-colic valve, and is molded as a single piece making them extremely hygienic. Natural rubber is sustainable, eco-friendly, and much healthier being BPA, Phthalates, and PVC free, a perfect material to use when feeding babies!
  • Plastic dust covers: The leak-proof dust cover is made from plastic so it can clip on securely and for hygiene. It is non-toxic and made from PP SM 340.  
  • Check the bottle and accessories before each use. Replace the bottle and use a new one if anything is broken or torn.
  • Glass-made baby bottles are fragile. Do not let babies hold the bottle by themselves because if the bottle falls, the glass could cause injury.
  • Do not heat milk or water for the milk powder in the microwave to avoid burning your baby.
  • Make sure the temperature of the milk is right before you start feeding your baby to avoid burning them.
  • Always use this product under adult supervision.
  • Never use the bottle as a pacifier.
  • Continuous and prolonged sucking of liquids will cause tooth decay.
  • Always check the temperature of the food before starting to bottle feed.

Caution: Keep all parts that are not in use out of the reach of children (the teat or cap can be swallowed and pose a choking hazard.).

Accidents have occurred with babies left alone while drinking, resulting in the baby falling or breaking the bottle.

Tooth decay in young children can even occur when non-sugared liquids are used. This can happen if the baby is allowed to use the bottle/cup for extended periods during the day or even at night, which