Our MAM Easy Start bottle is the best choice for feeding expressed breast milk, right from the start. MAM Easy Start provides parents with the best possible protection against colic and makes it easy to switch between breast and bottle feeding. The unique vented base ensures a smooth flow of liquid, enabling babies to drink in a relaxed manner and without interruption. At the same time, both parents and baby will enjoy an intimate feeding experience.
Flat soft teat – like mum’s nipple when breastfeeding
Our innovative MAM SkinSoft™ Silicone teat gets as close to the familiar feeling of breastfeeding as possible. The unique flat shape simulates the mother’s nipple during breastfeeding and therefore fits perfectly in baby’s mouth. This makes switching between breast and bottle feeding much easier.
Baby approved: 94%* accept the MAM Teat
(*Market research 2009–2014, tested with 1349 babies)
The MAM Easy Start Anti-Colic Bottle can be reassembled for self-sterilising in a few easy steps. It can be disinfected in the microwave at any time – quickly, easily and without a separate steriliser. This also makes it ideal for use away from home.
Self-sterilising in 3 minutes
With our unique self-sterilising function – ideal for on the go. Ensures simple, safe bottle sterilising in the microwave.
1. Fill with 30ml (1fl oz) of water
2. Heat for 3 min. in the microwave (500-1000 W)
OUR SELF-STERILISING FUNCTION SAVES UP TO 85%4 ENERGY & CO2.
Right from the beginning, MAM products are developed in cooperation with medical experts and research institutes such as ICMRS, paediatricians, child development experts, dentists and midwives. Only after approval by medical experts is a MAM innovation ready for baby life.
BPA/BPS free: All MAM bottles are made from materials that are free from BPA and BPS (BPA-free in accordance with Regulation (EU) No.321/2011).
MAM Baby received a “Special Mention” for setting and exceeding product safety standards for soothers and feeding equipment. Marked out for a “Special Mention” was MAM Baby’s leading role in developing relevant safety standards, which has actively contributed to raising safety levels throughout the industry.
1 Market research 2009–2017,tested with 1,508 babies
2 Field study, Austria 2011, tested with 73 mothers of colicky babies/Market research, USA 2010, tested with 35 mothers of colicky babies.
3 Clinical Study: Argentina, 2012, n=34
4 Global product Carbon Footprint study, Austria 2013, conducted by denkstat