Replacement Easy-latch nipple pack of 2

$9.99

WITH FLOW-CONTROL®
& ANTI-DRIP TECHNOLOGY.

Sicence-based

A clinical study showed GER relief ocurred in 75% of babies after using Bare® Air-free for two weeks.

Reviews

extreme gassiness

Extreme gassiness gone!

❤❤❤❤❤ “Extreme gassiness, micrognathia (recessed jaw), high palate, weak tongue function, and central sleep apnea. It was very difficult to feed until Bare® Air-free. I was amazed after the first feeding I gave him. He took to it instantly and it took him maybe 10 minutes to feed him when it normally takes 40.” ~…
Read More Extreme gassiness gone!
no more spit-ups or colic

No more spit-ups

❤❤❤❤❤ “At about 2 months my son started with the spit-ups and colics, crying at night. After trial and error the first few times, he’s doing so much better using the Bare® system ” ~Jennifer S.
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baby with GERD

Preemie with GERD and Stridor

❤❤❤❤❤ Cindy L. a Grandma who couldn’t stand seeing her grandson, a preemie with GERD and Stridor, suffering from the severe symptoms. She stepped up and combed the internet for solutions. She found Bare® Air-free feeding system, which saved her grandson from the painful and dangerous symptoms.
Read More Preemie with GERD and Stridor
pace feeding

Pace feeding baby Isaac

❤❤❤❤❤ Pace feeding is not just for the breastfed baby. Isaac was bottle fed and feeding at his own pace helped him overcome fuss. “As soon as I fed Isaac with it, he loved it. He was able to drink at his own pace and looked happily satisfied, calmed and comfortable”. ~ Maria Camacho, mom…
Read More Pace feeding baby Isaac
breastfeeding after the NICU

Breastfeeding after the NICU

❤❤❤❤❤ Breastfeeding after the NICU can be very hard, but Reba Bertrand, whose preemie baby spent some time at the hospital figured out how to breastfeed right after the NICU. “When we gave her the Bare system she started to eat so much better she was losing less milk, was starting to nurse better and…
Read More Breastfeeding after the NICU
reducing spit-ups

Reducing spit-ups in babies with reflux

❤❤❤❤❤ Reducing spit-ups in babies with reflux or sensitive tummies. #SuperheroMom of the week!! The Pediatrician recommended to thicken the formula with cereal but her baby’s acid reflux symptoms didn’t go away. She then took it upon herself to try Bare Air-free Feeding System by Bittylab and now he’s feeling much better!! ~ Taylor O.
Read More Reducing spit-ups in babies with reflux

Bare® Air-free vs. baby bottles

Bare® Air-free difference

Most breast-like

compare bottles
This comparison is based on published articles, factual statements, and user testing.
1 Bare®, as well as bottles with liners, allow the user to expel air. It is known that air-swallowing may cause gas/colic in babies. The less air ingestion the less gas in babies.
2 Nutrients are lost when milk is mixed with oxygen in the air, Bare® allows the user to expel the air and maintain an air-tight container to inhibit bacteria growth, due to the lack of oxygen, resulting in longer nutrient retention than baby bottles that allow air. A baby bottle with collapsible liners allows the user to expel air but doesn’t maintain an air-free environment, air goes back in almost immediately as gravity pulls liquid down.
3 Because Bare® works with suction as opposed to gravity, the baby is able to start feeding as soon as he/she can bring the bottle to his/her mouth. Other bottles require the baby to turn the bottle upside down which can delay the self-feeding milestone.
4 Breastfeeding directly is proven to have invaluable benefits for mom and baby rather than bottle-feeding breast milk to learn more about the advantages of breastfeeding go to https://aappolicy.aappublications.org/cgi/content/full/pediatrics;115/2/496

Description

Bare® Air-free is for babies 0-18 months with severe gas, spit-up, daytime fuss, midnight colic, GER, GERS & diagnosed GERD.

Forget nipple stages:

Thanks to the patented Flow-Control® Technology, babies can control the flow with suction, just like they do at the breast. Four different size orifices will open and close to dispense more or less flow accordingly, as baby suction varies from feeding to feeding and within the same feeding. NOTE: Always hold Bare® right side up while feeding

When to use

  • If your baby is strictly bottle-fed
  • If your baby is overfeeding with traditional baby bottles
  • If you think your baby is having trouble adapting to awkward nipple stages from other bottles
  • Use Bare® Easy-latch® nipple with Bare® Air-free systems only
  • Do not use nipples as pacifiers
  • Inspect nipple prior to every use. If you see any signs of tearing, cracking, or change in shape, discontinue use and replace immediately. See more

Easy-latch® Nipple design is the easiest to latch on

Easy-latch Nipple

  • Specially designed for bottle-fed babies who suffer gas & colic
  • Flow-Control® technology: different size orifices on the tip allow baby to control feeding pace and flow with suction strength
  • Anti-drip technology
  • Air-plug® & Easy-latch® nipple work in synergy to promote suckling motion. See more

No more nipple stages

Flow-control Technology allows baby to control feeding pace and flow with suction strength.

The Easy-latch® nipple is the easiest to latch on for bottle-fed babies. Together with Air-plug® technology that works similar to a syringe and without the use of air-vents, Bare dispenses air-free contents upon suction only. So the baby controls the flow and pace of feeding.

Nipple stages are soooo last century!

Instructional video

If you are using the Perfe-latch® nipple

Use as intended

Newborn upright feeding

Always feed your baby in a vertical-upright position (be sure the chin doesn’t touch the chest.) Follow step-by-step instructions.

Bare® Air-free is designed to feed while held right side up. DO NOT tip upside down nor hold horizontally. Let the baby create the suction to feed while in an upright position and against gravity.

The Perfe-latch® nipple extends upon suction to emulate the mechanics of breastfeeding to minimize nipple confusion. The Easy-latch® nipple is the easiest to latch on for bottle-fed babies. Both nipples offer Flow-Control® technology so babies control the flow and pace of feeding.

Additional information

Weight0.4 lbs
Dimensions2.85 × 1.75 × 6.5 in
This product contains

(2) Easy-latch nipples

Care

Dishwasher-safe – top rack ONLY

Important

Please take a minute to watch the instructional video and browse thru our detailed usage & care section. bittylab.com/usage

Material

Free of: BPA, Lead, PVC, Phthalates and Nitrosamines. FDA approved, Tear & bite resistant. 100% silicone. Dishwasher-safe.

SKU

857735004144

How to use Bare Air-free - sit down

1. Sit in a comfortable location. Be sure Bare® Air-free is prepared per instructions.

How to use Bare Air-free - Newborn feeding head support

2. Sit your baby on your lap and place the palm of your hand at the base of the baby’s head. Your thumb should be right behind one ear and the rest of your fingers behind the other ear to offer adequate head and neck support. Never position your fingers under the ears, this can be very painful.

Newborn upright feeding

3. While supporting the head and neck behind the ears, position the head with the face tipped down just a little bit. Avoid allowing the chin to rest on the chest. Hold Bare® Air-free right side up. The nipple should be higher than its base.

How to use Bare Air-free - Newborn upright feeding

4. Hold Bare® Air-free right side up. The nipple should be higher than its base. Offer it to the baby while in an upright position. Let the baby create the suction to feed against gravity.

Newborn upright feeding
How to use Bare Air-free - proper assembly

Hold Bare® Air-free right side up and feed your baby while in an upright position. Let the baby control the flow with suction. Do not tip Bare® upside down. Do not hold horizontally while feeding.

Be sure the assembly is correct. If any of the pieces are not properly installed, you may have air leaks acting like an air-vents, introducing air in the container when the baby applies suction.

How to use Bare and adapt it to your baby’s feeding habits

Bottle-fed babies typically lose the ability to feed with suction, as traditional bottles often free-feed.

Bare® Air-free, on the other hand, promotes healthy suction-based feeding. Babies need to apply suction, in order to feed, like with breastfeeding.

You can customize Bare® Air-free to fit your baby’s suction patterns as well as match the flow and let down of your own breast. Not all babies have the same suction range, therefore you can get Bare® to adapt to your baby’s feeding habits, not the other way around. See more in the tutorial

  • Fill up a bowl with tap water, hot setting but tolerable to the touch
  • Dip Bare® in the bowl for a few minutes
  • Do not use bottle warmers
  • Do not heat with a microwave

  • Please make sure the nipple/collar/cylinder are assembled per instructions. See tutorial
  • If you have the Perfe-latch® nipple, refer to the video tutorial and see to expel the air
  • If you see air entering the nipple while the baby feeds, it could be as a result of the Air-plug® not moving with suction. Check the “how-to” page and refer to the section “The Air-plug® doesn’t automatically move as my baby feeds” to learn how to customize Bare® to your baby’s needs
  • Leakage from assembled parts are due to poor assembly
  • Please refer to the instructional video on the “how-to” page/tutorial to make sure everything is assembled properly.

Information presented on this website does not replace physician in-person evaluation and treatment. These products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

Replacement Easy-latch nipple pack of 2
$9.99