- Do not try to open or repair the appliance yourself.
You can contact the Philips Consumer Care Centre
in your country (see www.philips.com/
Electromagnetic fields (EMF)
This Philips appliance complies with all applicable standards and
regulations regarding exposure to electromagnetic fields.
Using the baby bottle warmer
With this baby bottle warmer, you can safely warm and defrost milk in
Philips Avent feeding bottles and milk or baby food in containers.
The baby bottle warmer helps to preserve the valuable nutrients and
vitamins in breast milk because it never overheats the milk. If milk
becomes too warm, nutrients and vitamins are damaged. To help preserve
the quality of your breast milk, it is important to heat the milk in a safe
and controlled way. The baby bottle warmer is designed to warm gently
and evenly and to avoid hot spots, as the milk circulates during warming.
The built-in sensor tracks and controls the milk temperature, to avoid
overheating at all times.
Note: Philips Avent breast milk bags and Philips Avent 2oz/60ml bottles
cannot be used in this baby bottle warmer.
Explanation of settings
You can choose between the following settings: (Fig. 2)
Defrost setting: To defrost a bottle or container with frozen milk or frozen
baby food. No warming occurs.
Milk warming settings: Select one of these settings when you want to
warm a bottle of milk to a safe temperature. Setting 2 warms your
milk to approximately body temperature. Setting 1 warms your milk
to a slightly lower temperature and setting 3 warms your milk to a
slightly higher temperature.
Baby food warming setting: Select this setting when you want to warm a
container or jar with baby food.