Nature Sense Learner Bottle 150ml
- The extra wide and soft silicone spout ensures a natural drinking sensation right from the start
- The innovative anti-colic valve allows uninterrupted breast-like drinking and prevents the swallowing of air
- The leakproof openings ensure spill-free transport
- With soft, ergonomic handles for easy gripping
- Bottle made of high-quality polypropylene (PP), anti-slip bottom, 150 ml content,
- For children from 6-18 months, BPA-free
Learning to feel natural while drinking: NUK Nature Sense Learner Bottle
The NUK Nature Sense Learner Bottle is particularly suitable for babies who were previously breastfed and now need to be slowly introduced to independent drinking without losing the familiar feeling of breastfeeding. The learner bottle's extra wide and soft silicone spout (20% wider than conventional spouts) gives your baby a natural drinking sensation right from the start. In addition, the innovative anti-colic valve allows uninterrupted breast-like drinking, preventing your baby from swallowing air. The leakproof ensure safe and spill-free transport, so that the learner bottle also proves to be a faithful companion when you are out and about. Both the soft, ergonomic handles, with which your little darling can grip the bottle easily, and the anti-slip base, which ensures it remains stable, help your baby learn how to drink. The NUK Nature Sense Learner Bottle in soft colours is made of high-quality, resistant polypropylene and can be freely combined with the articles of the NUK Nature Sense range.
For safety and hygiene purposes we recommend that you replace teats after 1-2 months of use or whenever they start to show signs of wear. Prior to sterilisation we recommend using the NUK Baby Bottle Cleanser, it’s natural formula removes dried on milk protein, pulp and juice residues more effectively than hot soapy water alone. To sterilise bottles and teats we recommend using steam, cold water sterilisation or a NUK Steam or Microwave Steriliser. We do not recommend dishwasher sterilisation as this can cause material damage.
Clothing Prem to 18 Months
|Premature||Premature or Small Newborn||Up to 4Kg||Up to 55cm|
|Newborn||0-3 months||4-6Kg||Up to 62cm|
|3 Month||3-6 months||6-8Kg||Up to 68cm|
|6 Month||6-12 Month||8-10Kg||Up to 76cm|
|12 Month||12-18 Month||10-12Kg||Up to 84cm|
|18 Month||18-24 Month||12-14Kg||Up to 92cm|
Clothing 2 to 6 Years
|2 Year||2-3 Years||Up to 100cm||56||51||58|
|3 Year||3-4 Years||Up to 105cm||58||53||60|
|4 Year||4-5 Years||Up to 110cm||60||55||62|
|5 Year||5-6 Years||Up to 115cm||62||57||64|
|6 Year||6-7 Years||Up to 120cm||64||59||66|
Beanie Size Guide
|Size||Head Circumference||Age Guide|
|Premature||31-35 cm||Premature or Small Newborn|
|Small||40-43 cm||3-6 Months|
|Medium||43-47 cm||6-18 Months|
|Large||47-52 cm||18-3 Years|
Sunhat Size Guide
|Size||Head Circumference||Age Guide|
|Small||37-40 cm||3-6 Months|
|Medium||40-44 cm||6-12 Months|
|Large||44-49 cm||12-24 Years|
|Xtra Large||49-54 cm||2-4 Years|
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Natural and renewable
By dressing your baby in Dimples’ merino day and night, you’ll be leaving the world a better place for the next generation. That’s because merino fibre comes from a sustainable, renewable source – merino sheep. Every year they eat grass and grow their wool so you can have the fibre that is not only great for your baby, but for the environment too. Bonus!
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Keeps its shape
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Reduces skin allergies
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The downside of man-made fibres
Man-made fabrics are one-trick ponies – they might cover your baby, but they don’t breathe or manage moisture, they retain smells and they should be treated with a chemical to make them safe in a fire. Merino has all the complex benefits of natural fibre, and it looks good on your little one too.
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Our fabrics carry certifications that show they are the highest standard.
Our cotton yarn carries the Global Organic Textile standard, and is certified organic. That environmental focus is continued in our yarn dying process, which is certified by Oeko-Tex. Our fabric production also carries certifications from the International Organization for Standardization in Environmental Management Systems and Quality Management Systems.
At Dimples, we’re passionate about ensuring your baby wears only the very best.
Dimples’ cotton loves a washing machine, so it’s easy to get clean. You don’t need to hand-wash or coddle cotton, and don’t even think about dry-cleaning!
Breathable with moisture control
The natural fibres of breathable, absorbent Dimples’ cotton help eliminate moisture build up between clothes and your baby’s skin, to keep your baby comfortable and dry.
According to experts, cotton absorbs around one fifth of its weight before it can be considered damp. Synthetic fabrics keep the sweat in on a hot day, trapping moisture on your little one’s fine skin, which can cause heat rash.
If your baby is fussy or fretful, it could be the clothes. Other fibres may be itchy or stiff, causing that fine new skin to be irritated. Dimples’ high-quality cotton clothing is soft and comfortable, even on the most delicate skin.
Strong and tough
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Your baby needs clothes that move, but not too much. Because Dimples use premium cotton, our clothes keep their shape, giving your baby the ultimate in comfort and freedom of movement.