With the Philips Avent Classic+ teat, your baby controls milk flow, which can help reduce overeating and spit-up.The unique valve flexes to allow air into the bottle, promoting healthy, active feeding and reducing fussing and colic.*
Unique valve on the teat flexes to your baby's feeding rhythm. Milk will only flow at the pace chosen by your baby to minimise overeating and spit-up, burping and gas
Clinically proven to significantly reduce fussing
Sleep and nutrition are vital to your baby's health and happiness. A randomised clinical trial was carried out to see whether infant baby bottle design affects "infant behaviour". The Philips Avent Classic baby bottle was shown to significantly reduce fussing by approximately 28 minutes a day as compared to the comparator bottle (46 min vs. 74 min, p=0.05) This was especially true at night.*
Unique anti-colic system
As your baby feeds, the unique valve on the teat flexes to allow air into the bottle instead of your baby’s tummy.
This teat is made from silicone - a BPA-free material (Following EU directive 2011/8/EU)
Different flow rate teats available
The Philips Avent Classic bottle offers different flow rates to keep up with your baby's growth. Remember that age indications are approximate as babies develop at different rates. All nipples are available in twin packs.
Compatible with Classic feeding bottle
We advise to use the Classic nipple with Classic baby bottles only.
Easier to clean
Our Classic+ teat has a new design and is now even easier to clean.
*A clinical study showed that at two weeks of age, babies showed less fussing than babies fed with another bottle. (Study conducted by the Institute of Child Health, London. 2008.)
At 2 weeks of age, babies fed with a Philips Avent bottle showed a trend to less colic than babies fed with a conventional bottle. At 2 weeks of age, babies fed with a Philips Avent bottle showed a trend to less fussing than babies fed with another leading bottle.
** A clinical study showed that at 2 weeks of age, infants fed with an Avent bottle showed less colic than infants fed with another leading bottle, especially at night.