Yoomi self-heating baby bottle- david novak (the gadgetgu-ycolumn.com)
Yoomi -Self-heating Baby Bottle
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May 20, 2010
The Yoomi, a baby's feed bottle that brings milk to the temperature of breast milk by simply pressing a
button, heats it in one minute.
The bottle contains a sealed warmer unit that is contained within the bottle and beneath the "sucker".
When the orange button on the side of the bottle is pressed, non-toxic solution contained within the
warmer turns from solid to liquid and starts to heat. After 30 seconds the button turns blue - then you
turn it over for about 30 seconds. As the bottle is then tipped towards your baby’s mouth, cold milk
flows through channels outside the warmer. When the milk reaches the teat it will be the right
temperature – around 32-34 degrees Celsius (89.6-93.2 F).
The warmer will remain at the same temperature for up to an hour. It is recharged by immersing the
bottle in boiling water or a steam sterilizer for 25 minutes, and is capable of being recharged about 100
The Yoomi bottle won the Design and Engineering Sector Award in the first London Technology Fund
Competition in 2008. It was invented by a husband and wife team, solicitor Farah and engineer Dr. Jim
Shaikh after their experiences trying to heat a bottle for their first born in the early hours of the
The Yoomi self-warming bottle runs $36. A pack of two teats for is about $7.45. Purchase through John