Subo | Food bottle for toddlers

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 Subo food bottle for less mess

Subo food bottles can not be squeezed, they work on suction technology aka a little bit of design magic. As our kids become more independent it would be wonderful for them to be able to feed themselves but they seem to always make such a mess. 

Simply place the food inside the Subo and let them go to town! The non-squeeze design means there'll be no more spills or squirty accidents, and the 12mm spout is perfect for all kinds of food. Plus, if you're feeding a younger child, you can also purchase the straw spout for easy sipping.

Need some more tips for introducing solids successfully using Subo?  Here are our top five tips.

MUM WIN

Subo is the perfect solution for busy parents who want to make life a little easier at mealtime with a whole lot less mess.  

ADDITIONAL INFO
  • Proudly certified Australian Made
  • Phthalate-free and BPA-free.
  • Volume: max. 210ml (can be adjusted to smaller volumes).
  • Dimensions: 18 cm (H) x 6 cm (W) x 6 cm (D)
  • Materials: PP, TPE, HDPE, Silicone (these materials may stain when in contact with certain foods)
  • Safety Standards: tested and certified to Australian and European standards (EN14350, AS 2070)
  • The Food Bottle comes standard with the original spout (12mm opening). The straw spout (5mm opening) can be purchased separately.
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    VV
    04/24/2022
    vanna V.
    New Zealand

    Great purchase

    This is the third bottle that I've purchased. They make great presents. Very pleased!

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    04/12/2022
    Stacey
    New Zealand New Zealand

    Lifesaver

    Subo the food bottle was a lifesaver for me when my 8 month old refused to take a bottle. I added a bit of baby porridge to formula and he would have this at daycare in the Subo and it would keep him going until I finished work and could breast feed him - this went on until he was 1 and I could finally wean him off me.