Gerber First Essential 3 Pack Clear View BPA Free Plastic Nurser With Latex Nipple, 5 Ounce, Colors May Vary

Gerber First Essential 3 Pack Clear View BPA Free Plastic Nurser With Latex Nipple, 5 Ounce, Colors May Vary

Gerber® First Essentials™ 0m + Slow Flow 3 Clear View Bottles with Latex Nipples. Assembled in USA. BPA free. Reduces colic with vented nipple design for less air. #1 selling reusable baby bottle in the USA*. *National brand sales in units. Simple solutions for your baby.

Main features

  • Durable, clear plastic
  • Latex nipples
  • Dishwasher safe/sterilizer safe
  • BPA free
  • Colors vary, 3 pack might contain blue, purple or green

Verified reviews



These bottles are made of a very cheap plastic. One of the nipples was missing when the product arrived. I would not recommend them at all.

Jimmie Belle Haven, VA

Nipple too small for breastfeeding baby

First tip don’t wait 6 weeks to give you baby a bottle!!! I did and now I am paying the price of her being 4 months and still won’t take a bottle unless so very hungry (aka daycare) but she is adapting the wrong way and holding out all day (daycare) and waking up all night to eat. When I was on leave she ate all day and slept for 8-10 hours at night. I am lucky to now get a 4 hour stretch of sleep…Anyway…these nipples were too small for my breastfeed baby. Plus the latex nipple smelled like latex even after boiling. I’m pretty sure that’s not something a baby would like to smell while eating. I don’t know if you could taste the rubbery taste, but either way she didn’t like these and I bought 8, yes 8!!! different brands, the gerber, nuk, medela, mimijumi, Lansinoh mOmma, 1st years breastflow, advent, and tommee. Tommee was the winner, she still doesn’t like it, but it is the one that doesn’t make her cry at the sight of it and she will "play" with it and drink something. It isn’t any of these brands fault, its mine for listening to the lactation consultant. She is my 2nd baby, my first we introduced a bottle 2nd day of life and she never had nipple confusion and I nursed for for 14 months!Good luck!

Tanya Clarksville, IN

I love this type of bottle but I prefer the larger nipple

I’ve bought these bottles at local stores like Walgreen’s for both of my children who are breastfed but I also feed the occasional bottle. The nipples started getting sticky after my second child and so I looked for replacements. My stores no longer carry them so I checked on Amazon. These are the same type of bottles that I’m accustomed to however the nipples are much smaller. I probably should have paid more attention but they must be for newborns because they’re very small. I tried giving it to my son anyway but he was having difficulty and was making loud slurping noises and taking in a lot of air. I will not be able to use these nipples for him but will save them for my next baby for their first couple months of life. However I always gave the bigger nipples to my children no matter what their age and they seem to work better so I would recommend just buying those but the same brand and type.

Sylvia San Fernando, CA

Baby loves these bottles!

I received these bottles as a gift and decided to give them a try after trying out so many bottles (expensive to cheap) with disappointment. The nipple flow on these bottles are perfect (not too fast or slow), it doesn’t leak at all, cleans easily, and lightweight. For the price, it’s def worth it!

Lesa Las Cruces, NM


We were looking for bottles that had a slow flow, and this was not the answer. They may work for other folks, but note that there are other slower flowing nipples/bottles on the market.

Elsie Gresham, NE