Meet a bottle warmer and sterilizer line that is as concerned for your child as you are. Our electric plus microwave bottle sterilizers destroy 99.9% of germs while taking up little room in the kitchen. Using our bottle warmers to defrost and slowly warm milk to the perfect temperature at dinnertime. Good luck with your dinner!
- Ultra-quick heating
The bottle warmer’s sophisticated mobile machine heats milk bottles more uniformly and easily in less time.
- Smart Thermostat that operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week
The one-button fixed temperature mode will maintain a preset temperature for up to 24 hours. You may feed your baby at any time of day or night.
- A Steam Sterilizer is a system that uses steam to sterilize products.
With a high-temperature steam sterilizer that can exceed 212°F (100°C), 99.9% of contamination bottles can be destroyed.
- Design with two bottles
A specially built milk process involves heating two bottles at once, allowing the twins and other babies to be fed.
- Indicator with a working LED
When the double washing machine is idle, or a feature is selected, the LCD indicator light goes blue.
- Heat Ranges Baby Food More Easily
Than Other Kitchenware with This Bottle Warmer
- Safety-related automatic shut-off
High-Temperature Tolerant Material keeps your baby safe while still looking after the rest of your family.
- BPA-Free, Non-Toxic Products
The bottle heater is produced of food-grade plastic that does not emit harmful chemical compounds when heated.
- Intelligent Digital Display on LCD
With the aid of an LED screen and a touchpad, you can set the temperature and the feeding period for late nights and mornings.
- BPA-free and suitable for use from birth
- It Is Easy To Use and Assembles
- Sterilization is fast, taking just 8 minutes.
- Bottle warming takes just 3 minutes, and the led digital display makes it quick to use. Traveling with this bag is a breeze.
The Elam Feeding bottle warmer and sterilizer were the first to use LED UVC to sterilize infant utensils like milk bottles, pacifiers, and nipples. The sterilization process is strictly physical, destroying the DNA and RNA structure of germs.