FAQ | TOMY

Frequently Asked Questions

NURSH has lines that go all the way around the silicone pouch indicating the volume of liquid. The numbers listed on the hard shell indicate the quantity.

The lines on the pouch correlate to the measurement numbers on the shell.

Yes, replacement nipples and pouches are both available.

It is kind of like Trolls… so many colors!!! Mix and match to your heart’s content.

Microwave, yikes! We do not recommend putting our bottle in the microwave. We recommend using a bottle warmer. Give Boon's ORB bottle warmer a try.

We recommend using ORB to warm your NURSH bottles… Obvi. When warming 4 ounce bottles, remove the collar and nipple and use the lift-out basket for warming. Since silicone is a natural insulator, warming temperatures may be longer than with standard plastic bottles. To prevent injury, always shake bottle well, and test temperature of contents before giving bottle to your child.

Thanks for purchasing a FLAIR highchair! Recently, the testing standards for highchairs changed, requiring us to reduce the adjustability of our chair. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Unlike Comotomo, the NURSH system has reusable silicone drop-in pouches. This revolutionary bottle design features a silicone pouch that collapses as your little one drinks, without allowing gas-inducing air back in. There are no complicated valves and vents. Also, unlike Comotomo, the only thing your milk comes in contact with is 100% silicone.

The safety standard for High Chairs (ASTM F404) requires that the warning statement must be placed in a location that is visible by the caregiver while placing the occupant into the high chair.

To collapse the legs, gently pull up from the center of each leg to release from locked position, and then fold them in toward the center of the tub. 

The First Years Close & Secure Sleeper is designed to be used with newborns and infants. We recommend that parents discontinue using the product with babies who are able to roll over or push themselves up on their forearms. 

The First Years breast pump is a single user product which cannot be autoclaved or sterilized without destroying the product.
Use by more than one person may present a health risk and will void the warranty.