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Tubing Protection (click to enlarge)
Nipple Stays Full of Liquid
Nipple Won't Leak!
Connects almost anywhere!
Built-in Cleaning System
Our FlexGuard™ covers the inner liquid tube and acts like an accordion when little hands try to pull on the tubing. This prevents the system from being disconnected! Other designs leave their tubing exposed!

The nipple and tubing stay full of liquid to prevent air ingestion! Simply squeeze the nipple (as per the instructions) and nipple will fill with liquid. Liquid can only go up and won't go back down into the bottle. Once the nipple is full, it stays full until the bottle is empty.
Pacifeeder's unique Smart Flow System also prevents leaking! When baby stops drinking or drops the nipple (letting it hang down), it will not drip all over your car, car seat, stroller, etc. Other designs have no flow control to prevent this.
The two-way adjustable Smart-Grip Strap attaches Pacifeeder to almost any baby seat! One part of the strap securely attaches to the bottle. The secondary strap is riveted by stainless steel (won't rust) to allow the two straps to rotate. This allows the strap to connect to anything AND lets the bottle move and rotate as baby moves.

The built-in flushing system makes cleaning easy! Fits any standard faucet to flush out tubing and SmartFlow System (our flow control adapter that connects to the nipple). You can use this to clean all liquid tubes. We include a cleaning brush, but you probably won't need it.

Your baby doesn't take a pacifier? NO PROBLEM!
Pacifeeder's nipple is a standard feeding nipple with a wide base to comply with CFR
(Consumer Federal Regulations) safety standards. It only resembles a pacifier.

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