Nuby RapidCool Portable Baby Bottle Maker, Prepare A Formula Feed in Just 2 Minutes, Ideal for Travel Bottles and Night Feeds. Includes Milk Powder Dispenser and Digital Lid. No Filter Needed.
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I switched from a prep machine and use the Rapid Cool for every feed and love it :-) I don’t pour the formula into it though, just the boiling water and then it doesn’t need to be cleaned every time Contains: 1 x RapidCool™ Flask, 1 x Digital Lid, 1 x Small Milk Powder Formula Dispenser, 1 x Lid Cleaning Brush
Develop intrinsic hygiene features affecting the core design of the system, to ensure that the design lends itself towards easy maintenance of water quality. Also to outline advanced features which may be used to enhance hygiene in the future development for market readiness. Makes between 90ml (3oz) and 240ml (8oz) feeds in line with all formula brand recommendations, perfect for a newborn on smaller feeds or for growing babies on larger feeds Saves energy costs: The Perfect Prep machine delivers a fresh formula feed at body temperature in just two minutes! That’s 10x faster and 17x less electricity than a kettle*Is currently able to meet a large number of “End User” requirements, and offers even greater potential:
TRAVEL BOTTLES - Truly portable for preparing baby bottles on-the-go. No Bottle Warmer needed, and the RapidCool easily fits in most nappy change bags and no power supply is needed. Take it anywhere! Meet the most innovative way of preparing formula feeds with the NEW RapidCool™ that cools down formula milk to the perfect temperature in just 2 minutes* to NHS guidelines.Utilising water as a cooling medium, the project was able to cool consistent and Rapidly. The optimum results vary depending on the type of product and container used. However for a typical 330ml can of soft drink the Rapidcool prototype consistently cooled in under 50s. The concept of achieving this is based on the generation and disruption of a vortex through spinning the beverage at high speeds. However the ultimate attainment of such a fast cooling rate was based on careful optimisation; the development resulted in a number of inventive steps which have now been patented. In short the developments resulted in an optimised process which combines, water submersion, spinning at optimised speeds, supplementary motions and cycle interruption. Is able to cool a single can from room temperature to 4 degree in under 50s – beating other known technologies.