Parent's Choice Baby Bottles, 9 fl oz, 3 Count

29 reviews - By: Parent's Choice

Parent's Choice Baby Bottles, 9 fl oz, 3 Count
Sale : $2.87Sold & shipped by Walmart

BPA-free decorated Parent's Choice Bottles are made of 100% FDA-approved food grade polypropylene. The bottles come with one slow flow nipple. The soft vented nipple promotes natural feeding and helps prevent ingestion of air by baby and nipple from collapsing during feeding. A secure cap keeps nipple clean and reduces leaking when travel.

Parent's Choice Bottles:
  • BPA and PVC free
  • Microwave safe
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Designed to reduce air intake
  • Soft, vented silicon nipple



Nipple pops into bottle almost every time and formula dumps everywhere. Do Not Buy.


the nipples bend

i got my baby girl this bottle like a month or less, and ever since the second week the nipple started to bend i tried to fix it but nothing. the other 2 bottles are fine and are my babys favorite bottles just this one came bad.


Great bottles, great price but...why

I ditched Tommee tippie bottles in favor of these. Easier for older babies to hold, slimmer design is easier to pack up and go to daycare with and you can't beat the price of the bottles and nipples sizes as your baby grows. Good luck finding them in stock in your store and WHY (?) can't I order between the boy or girl colors? Makes zero sense. After visiting 2 stores and asking a friend across town to shop for me (so technically 3 stores) I was able to get all the sizes I needed in the color/pattern I wanted.


Great for the price

I used these bottles for my son when he was a baby and now for my daughter. They are bpa free and both my babies adjusted well to the nipples on these bottles. They are compatible with ameda and medela bottle accessories in that the bottle caps from these other brands can screw on the parent's choice bottles for storage if you are pumping breast milk to take to daycare. The only thing I can find wrong with these bottles is that it is hard to read the amount in the bottle because the line that measures the ounces is dotted and whimsically drawn. Not a big deal really, unless you want to know exactly (like to the quarter or half ounce) how much your baby has drank.


Great but

I wish they didn't discontinue the replacement nipples in various flow. Please consider bringing them back.