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  • NUK First Choice Plus Silikon-Trinksauger
  • NUK First Choice Plus Silikon-Trinksauger
  • NUK First Choice Plus Silikon-Trinksauger
  • NUK First Choice Plus Silikon-Trinksauger
  • NUK First Choice Plus Silikon-Trinksauger
  • NUK First Choice Plus Silikon-Trinksauger
  • NUK First Choice Plus Silikon-Trinksauger
  • NUK First Choice Plus Silikon-Trinksauger
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NUK First Choice Plus Teat

  • Naturally shaped to fit the jaw: modelled on a mother´s nipple as she breastfeeds
  • As soft as possible: for a familiar feeling while drinking
  • Helps prevent colic: the improved Anti-Colic Air System
  • Fits all NUK First Choice Bottles and NUK Breast Milk Containers
  • 2 per pack
  • 0-18 m

NUK First Choice+ Silicone Teat, 2 per pack 

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.

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  • 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. 

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • Clinically-tested
    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 breastfed.*

* Scientific study: Moral et al. BMC Pediatrics 2010, 10:6. For more information go to  http://en.nuk.de/all_about_nuk/studies/