Podee Hands Free Feeding System

This contraption consists of a regular six-ounce bottle with a plastic, small, bendable tube attached to it that leads to the free-floating nipple of the bottle. The idea is that you can prop the bottle up on say, a high chair tray, while the baby sucks on the bottle’s nipple like a pacifier, and you won’t have to sit and hold the bottle for the baby. This item should not be used while the child is unattended.

I originally purchased this item because I take my daughter to work and often have to put her down to wait on customers. I thought that if I would have this, I could strap the baby into the high chair (That is still in eye sight), prop the bottle on the high chair tray, and keep her busy while she sucks down  water, milk, juice, ecc.

This item didn’t work out for me. Every time I would put the nipple in my baby’s mouth, it would prop right out of her mouth. It’s too big and bulky for her to support it for her gums. So instead of having a hands-free bottle, you end up having a bottle that requires two hands to hold up.

Also, the plastic tubing is not long enough to really even reach from her mouth to the high chair tray. I’m sure that was meant to prevent the chances of a strangling hazard. Also, I wouldn’t put anything but water in the bottle because even though they do provide you with a cleaning brush, the tubing is very small and hard to clean so it increases the chances of growing bacteria.

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