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Win a yoomi self-warming baby bottle

publication date: Jul 2, 2011
yoomiA bottle and warmer in one at the touch of a button, yoomi warms baby's feed to the natural temperature of breast milk in just 60 seconds.
 
So how does yoomi work? yoomi's clever integrated warmer is activated by simply pressing the button which causes the solution inside to generate heat. When the baby starts feeding, the milk flows around the channels on the outside of the warmer which are cleverly designed so that the feed reaches breast milk temperature (32 to 34°C).

The benefits of yoomi:

  • Safe and hygienic - conventional bottle warmers will warm the entire bottle of feed whereas the yoomi warmer will only warm the feed the baby drinks.
  • Quick – conventional bottle warmers will take approximately six to 12 minutes to warm fridge temperature milk. Yoomi takes just 60 seconds.
  • Perfectly safe temperature – unlike other warmers, there is no second guessing whether the temperature is correct, yoomi warms to perfect breast milk temperature every time. Overheating the feed leads to the risk of damaging vital nutrients. With yoomi, these risks are eliminated.
  • Just like mum – the yoomi teat helps mums to successfully switch between breast and bottle.
  • Portable – no plugs, no batteries, no carrying around heavy flasks of boiling water and no more begging for hot water in cafes.
  • Air vents – six air vents built-in to reduce colic, designed to provide a natural and comforting feeding experience for all babies.
  • Very cool – a cool gadget for dad and a helping hand for mum ... perfect!
To be in with a chance of winning a yoomi (worth £23.50) just answer this simple question:

What is the temperature of breast milk?

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Winners will be the senders of the first four correct emails opened at random after 4pm on Sunday 31 July, 2011. Only one entry per household.