When your baby is hungry, you need a bottle fast. With the Perfect Prep Day & Night, there’s no more waiting around for the kettle to boil and for the water to cool. This dream machine delivers a fresh formula feed at body temperature in just two minutes - 10x faster than using a kettle!
The Perfect Prep works with any brand of powdered formula milk and has an adjustable base to suit different bottle shapes and sizes. The sleep-friendly, night-feed features including soft glow tank lights, bottle stand downlights and adjustable volume control make preparing those late-night feeds so much easier and quicker.
Here’s how to use it:
Step 1: Use the display to select feed size from 4fl oz to 11fl oz, add your formula to the baby bottle and place bottle on the stand.
Step 2: Press the power button to release an initial ‘hot-shot’ of water into your bottle. At 70°C, this kills bacteria that may be present in your formula and will also help to dissolve the powder.
Step 3: Add milk lid to the bottle and shake well. Place your bottle back on the stand and press again to dispense the remaining cooler water. The result – a fresh bottle at body temperature ready to feed baby straight away.
Your Perfect Prep Machine is designed for use with water straight from the tap. Although the antibacterial filter may look a lot like other water filters, it contains a unique internal membrane. This filtration membrane is designed to remove bacteria, impurities and contaminants that can be found in water to ensure it’s clean and safe just like boiled water from a kettle.
Other standard water filters may not include this antibacterial system so these will NOT remove bacteria. To be sure you’re protected from bacteria, it’s important you use our antibacterial filters in your machine. Please note that even if they vary in appearance, they’ll work the same if they’re Tommee Tippee branded.
This product is covered by our exclusive two-year warranty when you buy directly from us! Learn more here.
*When compared to making six 11oz bottles a day for a year with a kettle (300W) according to NHS guidelines.