I did receive a Philips AVENT Natural Feeding Bottle to test and keep. The bottle is made with Polyether Sulphone, a BPA free material. It is a light honey color. The wide mouth bottle that we received arrived with a stage 2 nipple. The nipple features an anti-colic valve that reduces air and prevents vacuum build up. I used glass bottles with my youngest. This was a wonderful option until he began to walk. It was then that we discovered his impressive pitching arm. He could throw a glass bottle with enough force to shatter it and send shards of glass flying everywhere. Not exactly safe for curious babies learning to walk. With Philips AVENT Bottles, no broken glass, and no trips to the emergency room.
I was also sent an AVENT Teether to keep and review. It is phthalate and BPA free. The teether was a stage one teether and meant for front teeth. Since Sam's were already in, I decided to give a limited review based on my observations. Our teether can be sterilized. The teether works by massaging the gums. The ring is completely smooth except for little "bumps" along the ring. Although the teether is firm, I could hold it in one hand and collapse the ring with ease. It would be easy for a baby to hold and the ring is the perfect size for teething.