Yoomi Bottle is self-heating

by Ally

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Parenting definitely comes with its fair share of obstacles to overcome.  Most are manageable without all of the extra gadgets, but for an exhausted parent anything that makes the baby stop crying sooner is an absolute life saver.  That doesn’t mean a parent couldn’t easily walk to the kitchen and heat a bottle, but it would be nice to be able to create a warm bottle no matter where you’re at.  Thanks to this Yoomi baby bottle you can do exactly that.

These bottles are self heating.  All it requires is you to push a button and within 60 seconds you’ll have the warm bottle you need to feed a fussy infant.  This gadget has already won innovation and research awards.  It was actually invented by a husband and a wife, the solicitor being Farah and the engineer Jim Saikh.  Having been exhausted weary parents themselves, they created the device to save their own sanity.  These bottles are already being sold for £22 or about $36.  Then the pack of two teats goes for £4.50 or about $7 from John Lewis.

Source: GizmoWatch

9 reviews or comments

Gadget Thumbnails for 24-Nov-2009 » Coolest Gadgets Says: November 24, 2009 at 10:02 pm

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Rob Says: November 25, 2009 at 5:38 am

the fact it still needs to be placed in water for 25 mins after kinda defeats the purpose surely?

cheryl Says: March 10, 2010 at 3:33 pm

I have just purchased the Yoomi and is very disapointed with this product as you have to heat the thing in boiling water for it to work, so mite as well just heat the bottle as i have to go the kitchen anyway, and can only be used 100 times. waste of money.

sarah Says: February 28, 2011 at 3:48 am

As you have to mix water and powdered formula to 70degrees to ensure its sterile i dont see the point in this produyct, as you can onlly use it for cartons of sterile ready made formula.

Scott Says: May 16, 2011 at 5:47 pm

Read the fine print. This instant warmer, requires 25mins in boiling water to charge, and 75mins to cool before each use. Warmer is only good for 100 uses, all within 3 months of initial use.

Lyndsy Says: January 4, 2012 at 5:37 am

I think perhaps it may not be good as an everyday use – but I’m considering it since I will need to go to a wedding in another country – if all it takes is to boil it for 25 minutes and I am good for the plane, or my arrival – I see the worth in that. If I require staff to assist me in boil the unit device another time during my stay – this could be handy – anyone else use it for this purpose and found it to be useful?

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