About this product
Optimal nourishment is the best prerequisite for a successful start in life. For many decades, mothers throughout the world have been putting their trust in NUK's high-quality products, which help and promote the healthy overall development of children right from the start.
The NUK First Choice+ Perfect Start Set offers the optimal basic set with four (2 x 150ml and 2 x 300ml) NUK First Choice+ Baby Bottles made of polyamide. Completing the set are two extra NUK First Choice Silicone Teats, a silicone NUK Genius Soother that is right for the jaw, a leakproof screw top and a practical NUK Bottle Brush.
The most natural teat for your baby
For many years, NUK First Choice has been the first choice for bottle feeding modelled on breastfeeding. With NUK First Choice+ we have managed to get even closer to nature for healthy jaw development and a drinking sensation as if at a mother's breast.
Natural and shaped correctly for the jaw
The special NUK Shape is modelled on a mother´s nipple as she breastfeeds. It leaves your baby´s tongue and jaw enough room for natural sucking movements.
Nat¼rlich und kiefergerecht
Soft as a mother's breast
With its new soft zone, the silicone baglet is a better fit against the roof of your baby´s mouth giving a natural feeling while drinking.
So weich wie m¶glich
Helps prevent colic
The improved Anti-Colic Air System creates a natural flow so that your baby can drink in a relaxed way without swallowing air.
Beugt Koliken vor
Due to its particularly natural shape, the NUK Teat is accepted well by babies. This means that it is specially suited for babies who are both bottle and breastfeed.
Baby bottle in light, transparent polyamide:
Hygienic with the high-quality look of glass and pleasant to hold
Free from harmful substances, odourless and BPA-free**
Extra-wide neck makes it easy to fill and clean
Gently contoured bottle can be held securely while wide base gives stability
Can be combined with all NUK First Choice products
** Scientific study: Moral et al. BMC Pediatrics 2010, 10:6. For more information go to http://nuk.com/research