We explored on-line for a while at the baby bottle sterilizer to see which one to choose. Our baby demands to be fed each 2 to 4 hours at the moment 6 weeks of age. We bought the Philips Avent iQ24 as it seems to be the quicker one – done within 6 minutes – and effortless – just push a button. No more waiting for water to boil. No more uncertainty if the sterilization is finished.
The assembly and disassembly isn’t awfully tough, either. The maintenance of the machine is a little more. One MUST use distilled water, not soft or hard water. The machine has to be pre-cleaned before the first use to sterilize the machine itself. After using the distilled water, one must descale the machine at least each 4 weeks.
You will find that you are using the sterilizer regularly during the day. Personally I would say it is effortless to use and works good. It unquestionably is much finer then using the oven. I have had no problems at all since I bought the electric sterilizer. All I do is to place the parts on the tray, put in the water, push the start button and then you just wait until a ring goes. What could be more simple?
Very easy to use with a touch of a button as well as audio and visual indicator to alert of the sterilization process. Comparable to all appliances particularly one that requires water and electricity, you need to look after the unit to hold the soundest performance and condition. The sterilizer and it’s pieces are well-built and the fitting is second to none.
If you are a busy parent then the Philips Avent iQ24 Steam Sterilizer is a great option. It offers ease of use – you just set it and leave it – decidedly a lot simpler then boiling your bottles. Plus, it’s nearly maintenance-free. There you go, all there is to know. It’s expensive, but I believe this baby bottle sterilizer is worthwhile purchasing if you can afford it.
July 07 2010 01:04 am | Uncategorized