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Pura Kiki Stainless Steel Bottles Adapt For the Whole Family

Pura Kiki Offers a Stainless Steel Option to Plastic Bottles

Could stainless steel replace plastic baby bottles? From stainless steel water bottle company Pura, Pura Kiki is a colorful line of baby bottles ($16 each) that convert into sippy cups. They're BPA-, phthalate-, and plastic-free, making them a seemingly safe option for new mamas. Unlike breakable glass bottles, stainless steel can be dropped or thrown and still be no worse for the wear. The bottles are compatible with most major brand's nipples (including Born Free, Dr. Browns, and Think Baby) and can be converted into sippy cups with a simple switch of the nipple. To monitor a lil one's liquid intake, the bottles feature interior markings rather than the traditional exterior versions. Would you switch to stainless?

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blooditsnotfunny blooditsnotfunny 7 years
nah. Whenever I drink out of stainless steel, I can taste and smell a very distinct metallic flavor/scent. That just can't be healthy. 5/10 years ago nobody knew that BPA was harmful, so it could be that there is something in these that is harmful but is not known of at the moment. I'm going to go with my gut on this. I'll use glass bottles when the time comes.
miss-leanne miss-leanne 7 years
I don't think I'd try them. I thought I was crazy for paying $10 for born free bottles, but I couldn't imagine paying 16 for ONE. Also, I've gone through several stainless steel water bottles myself because they dent so easily, so I couldn't imagine what they'd look like after a month.
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