The Philips AVENT Fast Baby Bottle Warmer SCF358/00 is a safe and easy way to make mealtime more comfortable for baby. It gently heats a 5 ounce bottle in as few as 3 minutes. Milk circulates continuously while it’s warming, so the warmer – unlike a microwave – won’t cause hot spots. The warmer can be used not only to warm milk, but also to defrost frozen breast milk and baby food. It is compatible with all Philips AVENT bottles, bottles from most other leading brands, and baby food jars. The Philips Avent Fast Baby Bottle Warmer allows you to set it and forget it. Sensors automatically adjust the heating pattern for different milk volumes and starting temperatures, so the warmer hits the right temperature every time with the push of a button. It also keeps milk warmed to the desired temperature for up to 60 minutes. After 60 minutes it automatically shuts off to prevent overheating, giving you peace of mind if you get distracted or fall asleep after a late night feeding. The front panel is intuitive and easy to read with clear guidance on setting by milk volume for accurate results. A progress light lights up in three segments, indicating the warming progress and when milk is ready. The warmer is compact so it’s easy to store on a kitchen counter or bedside table for nighttime feedings. Always test milk or food temperature before giving to babies. Warms 5 ounces of milk in 3 minutes. Voltage: 120 – 127 volts, 60 Hertz.
Warms 5 ounces of milk in just 3 minutes; warming time depends on milk volume, initial temperature and bottle material
Heats gently and evenly because milk circulates during warming; No hot spots
New model has a light that indicates progress and when milk is ready
New model keeps milk warm for up to an hour and then automatically shuts off
Works with all Philips Avent bottles and bottles from most other leading brands, as well as baby food jars; Also has a defrost setting for breast milk and baby food
Voltage: 220 – 240 volts, 50/60 Hertz, 400W power consumption, Class 1 safety classification
If milk is still cold: 1) Be sure you set the dial based on milk volume, not bottle size 2) If using a silicone bottle, when the entire indicator light is on wait an extra 3-4 minutes 3) Always fill the warmer with room temperature water, not warm water