Baby gadgets evolve just like the other objects around us. Sometimes completely unnecessary, but sometimes quite sensibly and practically. We want to show you what is interesting in the baby world and what to look for.
The manufacturer of the innovative bottle Comotomo wanted their bottle shape and texture as much as possible to be similar with mother breast. Ideal for breastfed infants and bottle, unlike traditional bottles, it is made of thin silicone, which makes it softer and soft to the touch. The air outlet holes prevent the toddler from the colic, and the funniest thing is that thanks to the wide opening, it can be easily washed without the bottle brush.
What Comotomo designer says about the baby bottle and why they invented ComoTomo:
Most people see a baby bottle and think modern invention. But did you know that the first “feeding vessels” dates back to 2000 B.C.? Since then, baby bottles have come a long way from clay pots, cow horns, porcelain, and most recently, plastic standing bottles. In many sense, however, the design intention had always been from the perspective of “us”, the adults.
So we asked a simple question…’Why?’ Isn’t it about time that we design something with a pure intention for “them”, our little ones?
With that intention as the driving force behind every thing we do, we created a new baby bottle that babies would ask us for if they could. Shaped like mom, Comotomo bottles help reduce the instances where baby might refuse the bottle; plus, the silicone-based, mounded body comforts with its soft, pliable feel. Equipped with anti-colic vents, they also help reduce the likelihood of colic and gas.
Finally, with Mom and Dad in mind, we made the opening of our infant bottles to be extra wide; making cleaning a breeze.