The new bottles feature an ‘off-centre’ teat, which means more milk and less air flows into the teat when it is held at a lower angle. Weil says this means babies will take in less air when feeding, and parents will be able to feed in a more comfortable position.The teat position also means parents and babies will be able to maintain eye-contact during bottle-feeding sessions. It is also designed for babies to maintain suction, to be more like a breast. The new bottles are also designed to be reminiscent of takeaway paper coffee cups in both size and shape, in order to feel more familiar to parents.
Source: designweek.co.ukAdded: 4 February 2013