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50% OFF! HANDS FREE BOTTLE FEEDER

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Make feeding time a little easier on yourself by using this hands-free baby bottle holder. The ingenious design holds the bottle at just the right angle so that baby can drink comfortably while allowing you to keep your other hand free.

Perfect for feeding your baby while you hold them with one hand and read to them with the other

  • FREEHAND
    The Bottle Holder lets you keep a hand free while you feed your baby a bottle. Made to hang over your shoulder and hold a bottle in adjustable positions on your chest for easy feeding
  • ROTATABLE AND ADJUSTABLE
    Can be worn by women or men to feed a hungry baby. Rotatable design points the bottle right where you and your baby want it
  • SAFE MATERIAL
    50% silicone/40% polyurethane/10% polypropylene.Fits just about any baby bottle because the holder is made of squishy foam.
  • GENERAL DESIGN
    The groove part is suitable for most market bottle size surface granular processing to ensure that the bottle does not fall off. The size is suitable for any type of mammy or adult.
  • ANTI-SLIP DESIGN
    Back long bar projection design close to the body to prevent falling off. Anti-skid convenient and easy to operate.
 

Easy

  • Fits any baby bottle
  • Easy to use and easy to clean
  • Rolls up neatly for easy storage or transport

Baby Safe

  • Pediatrician approved
  • BPA-free
  • Lead-free
  • PVC-free
  • Phthalates-free

Secure

  • The FreeHand Bottle Holder is balanced to sit comfortably and securely right where you want it
  • The ribbed underside helps it stay securely in place
Comfortable
  • Lightweight, even with a full bottle of milk in it
  • Soft and flexible for a secure, comfortable fit
  • Help keep your baby in an upright feeding position and keep the bottle at a stable, consistent angle
  • Ergonomically designed with no buckles, clips, or straps

Size:

66 x 47 x 63.5 CM

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