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Toss One of These Travel Bottle Warmers Into Your Diaper Bag for Your Next Family Adventure

Bestproducts.com Logo By Cat Bowen, Latifah Miles of Bestproducts.com | Slide 1 of 11: When it comes to bottle-feeding, babies are all over the place. Some will take a refreshing bottle right from the fridge, and others will scoff at you for trying to serve them anything other than a delightfully warm beverage. Luckily, you don’t have to lug around a stovetop when you're on the go. Instead, all you need is a handy travel bottle warmer — and thankfully, there are more on the market than you might expect. The Best Travel Bottle WarmersNo Electric Outlet Needed: Kiinde Kozi VoyagerBest Timed Warmer: Chicco Bottle Warmer Best Budget USB Warmer: Sevi Baby USB Warmer Best Leakproof Option: Tomee Tippee Closer to Nature Bottle WarmerBest Battery-Operated: Baby's Brew Bottle WarmerBest Design: Loodial Mummy Bag Best Budget Water Warmer: Papablic Water Warmer Best Basic: Nanobebe Warming BowlBest Multipurpose: Pofunuo BackpackEasiest for Cleaning: BPC Bottle Warmer Bag The best travel bottle warmers we’ve selected use a variety of methods to heat milk, from hot water to induction heat. They’re all designed to be used on the go, and are able to be stashed away safely once you’re done using them. Many parents prefer the water heat, as it’s convenient — and in many cases, it can be prepared well in advance. In situations where this isn’t possible, the electric or battery-operated induction heat warmers might be more convenient. Both heat the bottle evenly and efficiently, but the electric warmers tend to work a bit quicker, especially for cold bottles.A few of our choices of electric bottle warmers hook right into a USB port, meaning that pretty much anywhere you have access to a charging port, you can warm your baby's bottle. Conveniently, the water bottle warmers just require hot water. Pro tip: A tall hot coffee works in a pinch. (Ask us how we know.) The option you choose will likely depend on when you're using it, how often you're using it, and how much you want to spend. If you're going to use it a lot, it makes sense to have a warmer that can go from the car to the office, and even the camper or campsite. In this case, a pricier model that's more durable and has more bells and whistles (like a timer and temperature selection) is the most viable. Water warmers are great, but they're kind of one-trick ponies. The Thermos types are wonderful for shorter day trips, but for things like the office, going on vacation, or road trips, they can be tricky.Check out our top picks so you can keep your babe's milk at the perfect temperature, even when you're far from the comfort of your home.

When it comes to bottle-feeding, babies are all over the place. Some will take a refreshing bottle right from the fridge, and others will scoff at you for trying to serve them anything other than a delightfully warm beverage. Luckily, you don’t have to lug around a stovetop when you're on the go. Instead, all you need is a handy travel bottle warmer — and thankfully, there are more on the market than you might expect.

The Best Travel Bottle Warmers

The best travel bottle warmers we’ve selected use a variety of methods to heat milk, from hot water to induction heat. They’re all designed to be used on the go, and are able to be stashed away safely once you’re done using them. Many parents prefer the water heat, as it’s convenient — and in many cases, it can be prepared well in advance. In situations where this isn’t possible, the electric or battery-operated induction heat warmers might be more convenient. Both heat the bottle evenly and efficiently, but the electric warmers tend to work a bit quicker, especially for cold bottles.

A few of our choices of electric bottle warmers hook right into a USB port, meaning that pretty much anywhere you have access to a charging port, you can warm your baby's bottle. Conveniently, the water bottle warmers just require hot water. Pro tip: A tall hot coffee works in a pinch. (Ask us how we know.)

The option you choose will likely depend on when you're using it, how often you're using it, and how much you want to spend. If you're going to use it a lot, it makes sense to have a warmer that can go from the car to the office, and even the camper or campsite. In this case, a pricier model that's more durable and has more bells and whistles (like a timer and temperature selection) is the most viable. Water warmers are great, but they're kind of one-trick ponies. The Thermos types are wonderful for shorter day trips, but for things like the office, going on vacation, or road trips, they can be tricky.

Check out our top picks so you can keep your babe's milk at the perfect temperature, even when you're far from the comfort of your home.

© Courtesy Kiinde, Sevi Baby, Chicco

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