Using the baby bottle warmer to warm milk
Put the mains plug in the wall socket (Fig. 3).
Place a bottle centrally in the baby bottle warmer (Fig. 4).
Note: To warm milk in a milk storage container, follow the same steps as
indicated for warming milk in a bottle.
Fill the baby bottle warmer with the same amount of drinking
water as the amount of milk you want to warm up (for example, to
warm up 125ml/4oz of milk, you need to use 125ml/4oz of drinking
water). If you want to heat up a large amount of milk (>180ml/6oz),
the maximum water level is approximately 1cm/0.4 inches under
the rim of the baby bottle warmer (which corresponds to adding
160ml/4.5oz of drinking water). An accurate water level ensures
correct warming performance. (Fig. 5)
Select the desired setting (Fig. 6).
Note: Experience teaches that babies may have a preference for a specific
milk temperature. This can be due to personal preference or external factors
(e.g. environment temperature). All three settings ensure that the milk is
warmed to a safe temperature which is comfortable for your child and helps
to preserve the nutrients and vitamins in the milk.
Press the on/off button to switch on the appliance. The light in the
button lights up to indicate that the baby bottle warmer is on (Fig. 7).
Note: The baby bottle warmer starts warming up right after you press the button.
The progress indicator starts to fill up gradually with white light to
show the progress of the milk warming process (Fig. 8).
Note: The progress indicator shows the progress of the milk warming process.
The progress indicator starts flashing when the appliance is on. When the first
warming phase has been completed, the bottom segment lights up continuously
and the next segment starts flashing to show that the second warming phase is
in progress. These steps continue until the third warming phase has been
completed. Then the entire progress indicator lights up continuously.