Joovy Boob Baby Bottle and Dood Training Cup

Joovy Boob Baby Bottle and Dood Training Cup

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I was thrilled to hear that Joovy has come out with a baby bottle and sippy cup line called the “Boob” and the “Dood”. I do plan on breast feeding my baby but I also plan on using the bottle as well. Now some people may wonder why they call it the “Boob”.  Well, after seeing it and learning about it… when baby isn’t on the breast then this bottle is the next best thing to the real one, it is simply a second “boob”.

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Some facts I love about the design of the bottle are:

  • All the bottles are BPA, phthalate and lead free.
  • The nipple design, is shaped the same as moms to make the transition from breast to bottle, and bottle to breast a easy and natural process.
  • The base is a wide diameter and the nipple length allows your baby to achieve proper “latching” and proper suckling so help eliminate any confusion.
  • The nipples are all baked to strengthen the silicone which in turn helps prevent the nipple from collapsing while continuing to provide a constant softness.
  • There are 4 flow rates to choose from when selecting the best for your baby. Stage 1, Slow flow 0+ months, Stage 2, Medium Flow 3+ months, Stage 3 Fast Flow 6+ months, and the X-Cut, Extra Fast Flow for Thicker Fluids, 6+ months.

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The Boob is designed with a one piece CleanFlow Vent. This vent is made up of a hard ppsu plastic with a co-molded soft silicone vent sleeve. I love that the one piece makes cleaning super easy. After cleaning and sterilizing the last thing you want to do it put germs back onto the ring that is going to be touching your babies milk.

Joovy has eliminated this by being able to handle the hard top ring and not having to touch the soft silicone ring. On the ring are 4 spaced vents allowing proper air flow no matter how the bottle is being held, this reduces the dreaded colic that we all know we don’t want to create in our babies.

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There are 2 styles of bottles you can choose from. The PPSU bottle, which is made of Polyohenylsulfone, is a gray color bottle that is made to withstand lost of use. Being sterilized and washed over and over again this bottle will not absorb any odors or colors. We have already dropped this a couple of times and it is one tough bottle.

The other bottle is the PP bottle which is made out of Polyprpylene. This is a durable and more cost effective bottle and is still designed with the same Cleanflow vent. Both bottle are available in 5oz or 9oz. The PP bottles are available in a clear, purpleness, and turquoise colors.

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I love the fact that you can buy a breast pump adapter that works with most major breast pumps: Medela, Laninoh, Playtex, Evenflo, Ameda, and Simplisse (the directions mention it is not compatible with Avent). HOWEVER, I do have an Avent pump and without using the adapter the bottle fits my pump. I was excited to know I can connect my Joovy bottle to my pump. When done I can seal it up and put it in the fridge or freezer with a sealing cap that can be purchased as well. You can also purchase a bottle insulator and accessories for your bottles on their website.

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I was also sent the “Dood” training cup and the “Dood” training cup with the insulator. The training cup is a 9oz cup that has a hard spout that makes the transition from training cup to drinking cup easier. This cup is recommended for 9 months and older. The hard spout is shaped and designed to protect gums and pallet during teething. The Dood has the same cleanflow vent system as the boob baby bottle. The Dood also has a non-spill valve to eliminate leaks and great handles for little hands to grasp and hold onto. McKenna still takes a sippy cup to bed with water at night and it is hard to find a good cup that wont leak in her bed. This is her new favorite cup to take to bed, she asks for all the time, and it doesn’t leak!

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You can also purchase the Dood with the insulator that keeps drinks colder or warmer for traveling, or around the house. McKenna loves her ice but hates when it melts, so we use the insulator cup in the van on hot days. The insulator does still sweat with ice in the cup and when you take the bottom off the insulator there is water in the bottom from the Dood sweating. When my daughter tips it some of that moisture drips out of the top, but it’s not the cup itself that is leaking. The Dood can be purchased in a 7oz or 9oz, and in either purpleness or turquoise.

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Head over to www.Joovy.com to start shopping, the Boob baby bottle in PP is $9.99 and the PPSU is $16.99, The Dood is $10.99 and the Dood with the insulator is $13.99

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Comments

  1. Elisabeth says:

    I love that these don’t have phthalates and other “yuckies”!

  2. Boob.!! LOL That’s a great name for a baby bottle. I will remember that name to suggest to friends having babies. Thanks.

  3. Bekah Kuczenski says:

    I have never heard of these but would love to try them! I love that they are compatible with most breast pumps and that the nipple is similarly shaped to mom’s. These would be great for me when I return to work!

  4. Lindsey Wells says:

    Like the nipple of these bottles! It’s hard to find bottles and nipples that are similar to a Mommy’s!

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