Pura Kiki Stainless Steel Bottles

We’re always looking for a new spin on a "practical, everyday kind of item," so the Pura Kiki Stainless Steel baby bottle definitely caught our eye. No more plastic bottles needed: These modern looking bottles – which come in fun colors like spring green, racing red, pretty pink and aqua blue – bring baby feeding up to speed with the green generation.

These days, it’s all about eco-friendly stuff that’s safe for kids and doesn’t have any added chemicals that could harm your little one. With this new line of bottles, parents can check these "musts" off their list: They’re 100-percent free of toxins, including BPA, phthalate, petroleum and PVC. That makes makes them completely safe for your little one. Choose from a 5-ounce or a 11-ounce bottle for $13.99 and $15.99, respectively.

In order to know exactly how much your child is drinking, there are interval volume markings on the inside of the bottle. They’re raised, making them easy to locate and read.

Another plus to this new creation from Pura Stainless is that these bottles will grow with your child depending on the nipple you purchase. For example, start with a slow-flow silicone nipple – and end with a sip spout for a sippy bottle.

Let’s "recap": They’re brand new, eco-friendly, toxin-free, adaptable and oh-so-cute. So if you’re looking for a new feeding system for your infant, check these out!

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