Best Baby Bottles List – Moms Approve!

Those cute babies feed a lot. In fact, they have to drink milk 8 to 12 times a day. It means that your baby bottle is going to be used a lot even if you are mixed feeding, so you must ensure that the bottles don’t cause an upset stomach or promote colic. You also want the containers to be safe for your baby to use.


With that, well-known baby bottles were tested and checked if they are worth the reviews and popularity. These bottles may be made of glass or with no BPA. To help you choose the best baby bottle for your baby, these are the 13 best baby bottles that moms all over approve.


Compared to other bottles on the list, this one can be considered more expensive than most as it costs $14 each. However, Comotomo Natural Feel Baby Bottles are also available for $21 for two pieces. Although it just came out of the market, the bottle is already garnering attention among the moms. Since it has an ample-sized nipple base, it makes the transition from breastfeeding to bottle-feeding much easier. Its softness also makes it seem like a natural baby bottle that can also mimic breastfeeding.


Philips AVENT


For only about five dollars each, a Philips AVENT Natural Baby Bottle is cheaper compared to the first one. You can choose from a plastic or glass bottle. Although the base and nipple are somewhat similar to the Tommee Tippee, it is narrower overall and in the nipple base. The nipples are also soft, and this is good at preventing babies from being colicky. The anti-colic bottle of this series allows babies to hold the bottle.


Dr. Brown’s Original Baby Bottles

Costing about $4-5 a bottle, this bottle is excellent in preventing gas, colic, and fuss. Since it uses a unique vent system created by the owner of the bottles himself, it prevents any negative pressure vacuum from forming while the baby is feeding. The bottles are also designed to feel like real breasts. Although the plastic is BPA-free, the glass version is more recommended. However, cleaning the bottles, especially the vent system, can be difficult.


MAM Anti-Colic Baby Bottles

With $4-$6 per bottle, if you buy the 4-pack, the MAM anti-colic baby bottles can feed your hungry babies. This has three sizes available: 5 ounces, 9 ounces, and 11 ounces. These bottles also offer different types of nipple flows. The texture of the nipples ensures that the container won’t slip out of the baby’s mouth and keep the silicone in their mouth. With a 94% acceptance for this bottle, your baby will be able to love it sooner than later.


Joovy BOOB PPSU or Glass Baby Bottles

The Joovy BOOB bottles come in three types: glass, polyphenylsulfone (PPSU), and polypropylene (PP). Glass is the most recommended type since it’s sturdy, durable, and secure. The silicone grippers also absorb the impact if you or your child happens to drop it on accident. The PPSU makes sure that it won’t be absorbing colors, while the PP is similar to it but more vulnerable to retaining shades and smell.


Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Bottles


With $6, you can already get one bottle of Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature bottle. It can compete with Comotomo regarding the shape, venting, and nipple base. The curvature allows you and your baby to grip it comfortably. Its nipple isn’t as extensive as Comotomo’s, but it’s still significant.


Nuk Simply Natural Baby Bottles


This one costs $5 per bottle and can come in 5- or 9-ounce containers. Its nipple is also among the most innovative ones in the market due to its orthodontic design. The latter allows the tongue to be correctly positioned on the nipple.


Munchkin Latch Baby Bottles

Although it’s still new in the market, the Munchkin Latch Baby bottles already have some excellent features that make it stand out. It has an anti-colic valve that’s unique from Dr. Brown’s design. It’s located at the bottom of the bottle, so it’s easier to wash than Dr. Brown’s bottles. The valve design also ensures that your little one will not ingest a lot of air, thus reducing gas and colic.


Flipsi Natural Silicone Baby Bottles

The Flipsi Natural Silicone Baby bottles are similar to the Playtex bottles that used to have disposable milk bags. The difference is that there is a reservoir for milk made from silicone. This can then be put within the bottle and just place the nipple back. The silicone allows the nipple cap to be sealed nicely in the container. The flexible silicon also keeps the negative vacuum or back pressure from building up, thus preventing gas, spit-up, and colic.


Playtex Ventaire Baby Bottles


For only $4 per 9-ounce bottle, you can already have a Playtex Ventaire Baby bottle. Playtex has been around for a long time now. The angle of the bottle shape makes it comfortable for babies and parents to hold. It also prevents you from feeling arm soreness while feeding. Like the others, it keeps your baby safe from gas, colic, and ear infection. Babies even easily latch onto this bottle.


Born Free BPA-Free Baby Bottles

The Born Free BPA-Free Baby Bottles only cost around $5 per 9-ounce bottle. It is already making waves among moms despite it being new in the market. This one uses a venting system called ActiveFlow, which can reduce gasses and colic in babies. While it does work well, cleaning it is also a hassle because of the small pieces of stuff you have to clean.  


Minbie Newborn BPA-free Baby Bottles

This one is an expensive bottle as it costs about $10 a bottle, excluding the nipple, which costs $5 per piece. The shape of the Minbie bottle nipples is unique and supports latch-on. They also feel natural and mimic breastfeeding motion. However, the slow flow claimed is faster than what the other brands offered.


The Kiinde Breastmilk Collection, Feeding, and Storage System

This is less of a baby bottle and more of a feeding system. Although one might think that it shouldn’t be included in the list, it might do you good to check it out. The feeding system works by using pouches similar to a juice pouch and connecting it to the breast pump. Afterward, you can store the plastic bag in the freezer for later feeding. This system can cost about $30-70, depending on the accessories that it comes with.



Baby bottles are different from each other. Likewise, babies are also different from each other and may have preferences. A baby may latch onto one bottle but not with the other. You have to know what your baby prefers first before buying a bottle. If you have money to spare, you can purchase different bottles to check which ones your baby will latch onto quickly.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


Both brands are popular in the market. However, determining which one is better is always a trial and error. Tommee Tippee bottles, just like Avent’s, have short nipples but is closer to a mother’s nipple. It has a unique venting system that reduces the air suction to prevent colic.

The prices of these two brands are almost the same, too. Like what has been said earlier, the decision on which one is better will depend on your experience.

Last Updated on March 23, 2020 by Jean Annerie Hernandez

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