PRLog - Dec. 1, 2012 - CHEYENNE, Wyo. -- Founded by pediatrician Dr. Juliet Spurrier, BabyGearLab.com announced its Editors’ Choice Award for Best Bottle Warmer today. BabyGearLab.com is an online service that tests and reviews baby products, providing comprehensive reviews, buying advice guides and articles to help new mothers and other baby caregivers make well-informed purchasing decisions.
BabyGearLab tested 7 top bottle warmers to find the best
When BabyGearLab.com testers evaluated 7 leading bottle warmers for their heating ability, health and safety attributes, ease of usage, and cleaning, they found that one bottle warmer performed significantly better than any of the rest. This same bottle warmer was also the easiest to assemble as it comes in only one, efficient part. As a result, BabyGearLab.com reviewers awarded their Editors’ Choice Award for Best Bottle Warmer to the Kiinde Kozii. More about the Baby Bottle Warmer 2012-2013 Review and the finalists can be found at:
“What impressed us most about the Kiinde Kozii was its ability to consistently warm a bottle to a temperature that preserves the healthful qualities and nutrients of breast milk,” Dr. Spurrier said. “In addition, the Kiinde Kozii is designed to hold any size of baby bottle, even those with extra-wide mouths. We did discover some downsides to the Kozii, in that it is considerably more expensive than its competitors, and, in our experiments, took a longer amount of time compared to the other bottle warmers to heat the first bottle. However, we feel that the health factors justify the price as well as slightly longer warming times.”
About BabyGearLab LLC
Juliet Spurrier, MD, founded BabyGearLab.com in 2012 after the birth of her second child. During her pregnancies, she looked for an online resource to help her with buying the many baby products used during a child’s first year of life, and could never find exactly what she had in mind. As a result, she conceived BabyGearLab.com, a rigorous testing and review site for new parents and baby caregivers.