Nuk Classic Silicone Teats - size 1 small hole - 2pk
*Characteristic orthodontic NUK shape
*Fits on all NUK Classic baby bottles
A mother’s nipple changes shape during breastfeeding. It adapts to the baby's mouth, enabling optimal food intake and providing the best possible training for the jaw, palate, tongue and lips.
First of all, NUK therefore developed a teat shape based on the shape of a mother’s nipple during breastfeeding - orthodontic.
The NUK Anti-Colic AIR SYSTEM balances the pressure in the teat, reducing the risk of baby colic that can occur when a baby swallows air.
Use as directed
Silicone is a very soft rubbery elastic material, is temperature resistant and has no taste.
It is free from chemicals, can be boiled, is odourless, transparent and has a smooth surface. All these are important properties for teats or soothers.
NUK offers products for children ranging from newbown babies through to nursery. NUK Products are made to fit and complement each other and are designed to support the different development stages of your child, thus creating the basis for promoting the most important thing in life: a healthy future.
For more than 50 years, we have spent each day seeking new solutions, which make life easier for parents and promote children's development. In our searches we trust experts in many disciplines: midwives, doctors, nutritionists and especially you - the mothers and fathers.
In almost 100 countries in the world, NUK products have been part of baby's everyday life for generations. Wherever it is, NUK repeatedly sets new standards - from the NUK AIR SYSTEM to the latest milk pumping techniques through to the current NUK Genius soother, with which the jaw-compatible NUK shape was optimised yet again.
Our production location for all teats and bottles is Germany and is therefore subject to the highest quality requirements. From the origin of the raw materials through to the packaging, we keep a good eye on everything and also subject ourselves to regular strict control by the independent Fresenius Institute.