OrganicKidz Stainless Steel Baby Bottles are a safe and practical alternative to plastic, aluminum and glass drinking containers. Made with kids and parents in mind, they are easy to hold and hard to damage.
• 125ml and 210ml Narrow Necked single hulled bottles for easy warming
• 125ml and 270ml Wide Mouthed single hulled bottles available
• 60ml lid for easy measuring
• BPA, PVC and Phthalate free
• Compatible with most narrow necked nipples
• Light weight and dishwasher safe
• Unbreakable and dent resistant
• Our products are packaged in environmentally friendly, recyclable cardboard
• Wont break like glass or dent like aluminium
OrganicKidz Stainless Steel Baby Bottles, offer a number of advantages over the mainstream plastic or glass alternatives. From hygiene to impact resistance to recyclable, OrganicKidz stainless steel products should be your first choice for your family
The OrganicKidz range also features accessories which can turn the bottle into a sipper cup complete with handles. Sports attachments are coming soon.
The most obvious advantage to stainless steel is its durability and longevity. This is because of its alloy composition (meaning it is a composite of a number of metals). The result is an inert metal that is resistant to corrosion and will not break down or become brittle when exposed to heat or cold. Unlike some plastics, it does not need additional chemical treatments to increase its durability. Furthermore, it will not shatter when dropped, or scratch with normal use. The scratch resistance of Stainless Steel also means that food or bacteria cannot find a place to hide, even after washing.
Which leads to our next point, Stainless Steel is the first choice of hospitals, kitchens and food processing plants because of its easy cleaning ability. You do not need to use strong chemical cleaners to ensure that the product is clean and it is not prone to increased wear and tear from repeated washing.
Finally, Stainless Steel is a 100% recyclable product. In fact the industry has aggressively pursued recycling strategies for many years. In 2002 alone, approximately 12 million tonnes of stainless steel was recycled. This means that 50-60% of every Stainless Steel product is made from recycled materials (International Stainless Steel