Avent Express Bottle Warmer Instructions

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Welcoming a new baby into your home is an exciting and overwhelming time. If you choose to bottle-feed your newborn, you will want to warm up the formula before feeding time so that you do not feed the baby cold formula. The Avent Express bottle warmer operates with the Avent line of bottles to warm the bottle’s contents in less than ten minutes for most any Avent bottles. When you have a hungry newborn, understanding the operation of the bottle warmer so that you can feed your baby quickly can help keep your little one content.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Avent bottle warmer system
  • Avent bottles
  • Formula

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Position the basket insert inside the Avent Express warmer. Fill the bottle and attach the ring and nipple assembly. Insert the bottle into the warmer.

  2. 2

    Add water to the warmer. Add enough water to cover just above the level of the liquid in the bottle if using a 118ml bottle. Add water to ½-inch below the rim of the warmer if you are using an 236ml bottle.

  3. 3

    Plug in your Avent Express warmer and set the power switch to the “ON” position. Turn the dial on the warmer unit to the “3” setting. Turn the dial to “2” if you are using a bottle from the Avent Disposable System. Watch for the power light to illuminate. The light will begin to flash once the water has reached a constant temperature.

  4. 4

    Remove the bottle when the contents are warm, between four and seven minutes, depending on the size of the bottle and the starting temperature of the contents. Check it frequently to prevent overheating.

  5. 5

    Shake the bottle slightly and test the temperature of the contents before feeding your baby.

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