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Haberman Suckle Feeder

Now your baby can suckle actively just like natural feeding and won’t have to learn a different way to feed!The Haberman Suckle Feeder is designed for paced feeding, to complement breastfeeding and to provide a better alternative for those who bottle-feed.  The Suckle Feeder is recommended by lactation consultants as it:Encourages and prolongs breastfeeding. Supports responsive, baby-led feeding and natural pausing. Reduces gas, colic and reflux. Eliminates guzzling and overfeeding for better weight control. Encourages active peristaltic suckling action, to stimulate the respiratory system, increase oxygen supply and help develop the oral cavity for better speech development. Enables nutritive and non-nutritive suckling. Makes feeding in an upright position possible. Suckle Feeding = Paced Feeding

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Haberman Suckle Feeder Reviews

Product Tested by: Abby Cope – Hudson 4 Months

Tested By
Abby Cope – Hudson 4 Months

Abby Awarded
The Haberman Suckle Feeder 4/5

Very high quality. The packaging looks quality,
well-made and a high-end product. Very
sturdy and strong material which says straight away that it will be a high
quality product. Eye-catching, professional and good pictures and info on the
packaging. The instructions were very easy to read and
understand with great diagrams/pictures to make it really easy to see what you
should be doing and how to use it. I think it’s a great concept for those mums who are breastfeeding but
want to have a break/let someone else feed the baby etc. or if you just want to
start introducing a bottle. Anti-colic is great as well and can see that being
very popular for mums and that can be quite a big issue. It was easy to use, as helped by having great
instructions but was quite self-explanatory as well. It is a great shape to hold and very easy and
comfortable to use while feeding baby. My
baby didn’t hold the bottle as still quite young, so can’t answer the question.I think it works great along with
breastfeeding and baby didn’t have any problems switching between the two so I
would say it was a perfect combination. It didn’t take him long at all. But I think that is because it is so well
designed. We had no problems. I
hadn’t actually seen a bottle like this before and because it is very much like
breast-feeding; it is perfect for the mums that want to combi-feed. It is a
very clever design! My partner did use this and had no problems! Which is great – thank you! The teat wasn’t too big so perfect for
newborns and it feels such high quality that I felt completely safe giving it
to a baby. The only thing
I would say is it has a couple more components than a ‘normal’ bottle so takes
up more room and the filter bit is quite delicate. But not really a major
problem! I used it every couple
of days, as only had 1 so by the time I had cleaned and sterilised etc.It definitely feels like a more
high-end baby product and is good for the price! I think it is good value, compared to what else is out there on the
market. For example, Tommee Tippee does anti-colic bottles which are far more
expensive than this. I think it’s a great product, well designed, high quality
and the price reflects that. I love that it offers a great solution for those mums who want to combi
feed but want to keep as natural to breastfeeding as possible. I don’t think
there is another bottle out there like it! I would buy this product. It would be good to be able to buy in a pack of
3/4 etc. and not just individually so you have enough to use every day without
having to clean each time you feed.I would certainly recommend, especially if a mum was struggling with just
breast-feeding or their baby weren’t taking a bottle etc. I would recommend
that they try this product! This
is a great product, very high-quality, great packaging and price and does the
job well that it needs too. I think the only thing stopping making it a 5 is
the extra components making up the bottle so more to clean – but I do
understand that you need them for such a good design of a bottle. Very well made bottle, and it makes feeding
easier which surely every mum would want/need! It’s great to have a product on
the market that is a bottle but also still supports breast-feeding. I love the
packaging, makes you feel like you are buying a high-end product for a good
price and makes you feel like you are do something good for your baby. And I
had no guilt as well using it! I love that it is anti-colic, anti-reflux and
anti-obesity as it’s great to have a product on the market that wants to help
with those issues. Abby Cope – Hudson 4 Months

Tested By
Claire Styles – Daughter 4.5 Months

Awarded The Haberman Suckle Feeder 5/5

Looked like a
good quality item. Arrived safe and
sound and very well packaged. The instructions were very detailed and
well done; it was easy once following the instructions. It works perfectly and
really does do as it says if following the instructions. At first it seems
quite a complicated concept but to get the simulation of breastfeeding from a
bottle then it is but this worked for my little girl which other bottles
haven’t. Once I read the instructions I did find this easy to use. This was also very easy to hold while feeding
baby. My little girls is 4.5 months old
and not really able to hold this bottle yet. She has been exclusively breastfed and we used
this with expressed milk by myself and my husband, she took to it straight away
without any issues and then went back to the breast without any issues too. She
fed from this bottle immediately without any issues. I like to keep my baby
breastfed only but this bottle is brilliant if you have any reason to not be
able to feed such as I have had like a dentist appointment which meant my
husband could feed my little girl. We have tried another brand of bottle before
but she didn’t take to it so I think the fact it works like a nipple, really
does make a big difference. My partner did use it a few times and he had no
problems once he read the instructions on how to use it. I do agree this is
definitely safe enough to use on newborns. We cleaned the individual parts and sterilised
them without any issues. I used it a couple of times, my husband four times and
my grandma used it with her. Very good quality well made. I was very surprised
by the price. I would have definitely been happy to pay more than the retail
price, brilliant value for money. I love the way it was so close to feeding a
baby like a real nipple. This means mums who want to continue for their baby to
have breast milk can without them changing get their feeding technique with
other bottles.I would buy this and I know many friends would love this
product. I would recommend this bottle. You
always hear of mums trying to find bottles for breastfed babies but struggle to
get a baby to accept a normal bottle. Brilliant product which really does work
and puts mums mind at ease that their baby will happily take to a bottle when
they are unable to feed themselves. Claire Styles – Daughter 4.5 Months

Tested By
Marianne Storey – Annabelle 6 Weeks

Marianne Awarded
The Haberman Suckle Feeder 3/5

positive impression of the product, aesthetically pleasing and great concept,
not something I’ve heard of/seen before in a bottle.The packaging
and branding is spot on. It is unique and stylish. Brilliant that the packaging
is recyclable too. The instructions were complex for tired
parents. We read them a few times before using the product and needed to keep
referring back to them whilst using the product each too. The assembly of the
suckle feeder was tricky and we struggled with this. It says in the instructions
that you should hear a click when you put the collar over the teat when you
push down. We didn’t hear a click and actually thought the bottle we were
testing was broken as we couldn’t get the filter to stay in the collar/teat
after pushing it down. We did eventually but it took 2 of us and we ended up
having to re-sterilise the mechanism more than once.I like the
concept, it sounds perfect. We didn’t find the product easy to use and we ended up having to
re-sterilise the parts a few times as we struggled to get the filter to stay in
the collar. We found it tricky to assemble, even more so with a crying, hungry
baby and had to keepreferring back to the instructions. It was easy to hold for me when trying
to feed. My baby is
only 6 weeks old so she wasn’t able to hold the bottle. In theory it is ideal to work with you
breastfeeding, but unfortunately in practice it wasn’t as my baby wouldn’t take
the teat.Unfortunately, my baby didn’t take to this bottle or feed
from it at all. This is despite a number of attempts from myself and my
husband. I do like the fact this feeds from the teat and not the bottle,
it sounds a lot more natural for the baby to feed from. My partner tried to use this number of times too but
with no success as out baby would not take to this bottle. It was safe enough to use on a newborn.
It didn’t have any loose parts etc. and the instructions state that the baby
can control the flow of milk. The filter was tricky to clean before going in the steriliser and
it felt very delicate. We used this about 10 times in total. We tried the bottle at different times
of the day, when my baby was at different levels of hungriness and alternated
myself and my husband using it.The filter felt very flimsy but the
other parts of the bottle felt like good quality. I don’t think the bottle offers value for money, especially the
price for one unit; given the competition and that not all babies may take to
it. If the filter was sturdier and didn’t seem so fragile when in place, it may
feel like better value for money. I liked the packaging and branding the most. The bottle too looked
great and stylish. It was comfortable in my hand to try to feed with.I personally would not buy this. I
just felt the filter part was not that well-made and it was far too fiddly to
put together with a crying baby. Also, as my baby didn’t accept the teat, it’s
not worth me buying it. The
concept is great in theory, but the bottle not easy to assemble. The part that
makes it different to other bottles is the filter and this didn’t seem as well
made as the rest of the bottle or secure when in place. Although it is supposed
to be good for a newborn as they don’t have to learn a new skill, the teat
still needs to be accepted by the baby in other to use the bottle
properly. I was disappointed that my baby wouldn’t accept
this bottle at all, so therefore I couldn’t review the product fully and see
whether it did actually make a difference in terms of the wind my baby has (it
claims to filter out bubbles and air) so could have helped with Colic and wind
issues. The material of the teat in itself and shape etc. are very important so
maybe this was a factor in her not accepting the bottle. The concept is great
as my midwife advised that breastfeeding mums shouldn’t express and introduce a
bottle until after 6 weeks so that breastfeeding is established, so if it
replicated breastfeeding and didn’t interfere with it (I know the flow of milk
for some babies on bottles is easier than getting milk from breastfeeding so
makes them refuse the breast) I could see it being a brilliant product if
accepted by your baby. The design again was just too complicated with the
filter to assemble in a rush as a busy mum of 2. Marianne Storey –
Annabelle 6 Weeks

I love the packaging, makes you feel like you are buying a high-end product for a good price and makes you feel like you are do something good for your baby. And I had no guilt as well using it! I love that it is anti-colic, anti-reflux and anti-obesity as it’s great to have a product on the market that wants to help with those issues.


Abby Awarded The Haberman Suckle Feeder 4/5

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