Breastmilk Bottles

Product Overview

Instruction Manual (pdf)

Medela breastmilk bottles are made without BPA.  Safe plastic designed to retain breastmilk's benefits.

Medela's Commitment to Breastfeeding and Breastmilk:

Medela is committed to supporting the WHO Code’s call for commitment to breastfeeding and breastmilk as the optimal nutrition for the growth, development and health of babies.  In line with the AAP Guidelines on introducing bottle feeding, Medela recommends that breastfeeding be well established before introducing a nipple.  Learn more



  • Compatible with all Medela breastpumps
  • Pump, store and feed with one container
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Cleaning couldn't be easier with our dishwasher safe bottles
  • Easy to read volume marks
  • Measuring the exact amount of the milk you're pumping is easy with our colorful ounce and milimeter markers
  • Travel cap
  • Keeps nipple clean
  • Made without BPA
  • Safe plastic designed to retain breastmilk's benefits.
Make sure breastfeeding is well established before introducing a nipple.

What’s Included

5 oz Breastmilk Bottle Single
  • 1 - 5 oz/150 mL breastmilk bottle
  • 1 - solid lid
  • 1 - slow-flow silicone nipple
  • 1 - wide base collar and travel cap
5 oz Breastmilk Bottle Set
  • 3 - 5 oz/150 mL breastmilk bottles
  • 3 - solid lids
  • 3 - slow-flow silicone nipples
  • 3 - wide base collars and travel caps
8 oz Breastmilk Bottle Set
  • 3 - 8 oz/250 mL breastmilk bottles
  • 3 - solid lids
  • 3 - medium-flow silicone nipples
  • 3 - wide base collars and travel caps


Important:  Plastic bottles and component parts become brittle when frozen and may break when dropped. Also, bottles and component parts may become damaged if mishandled, e.g. dropped, over-tightened, or knocked over. Take appropriate care in handling bottles and components. Do not use the breastmilk if bottles or components become damaged.

Instruction Manual (pdf)


Breastmilk Bottles | Medela 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 0 reviews.
Gabby Hill-Braun More than 1 year ago
I planned to start using the Playtex bottles w/disposable liner bags to cut-back on bottle cleaning/sterilizing once my baby graduated from the 80ML medela bottles but figured I'd give the 5oz a shot - he loved them and I think that the shape and size is very comfortable to hold. so it's worth the trouble of cleaning out after every use.
Rebecca Trepanier More than 1 year ago
The main bonus of using these bottles is the step it cuts out with storage and feeding. However, we've found the main downfall of these bottles is in their design. The nipples don't actually touch the top of the cover, so when you're shaking to mix or even tipping down, a little milk leaks out. Not cool when you go through so much to get the milk in the first place. Also, the nipples seam to be made of weaker silicone, they bend and collapse easier than other brands we've used. We're going to stick with them because our daughter likes them, but they don't come without some challenges.
Dana More than 1 year ago
Overall we're disappointed with the quality of the bottles. We've only been using the 5oz bottles 2 weeks and the labels (measuring chart) are already rubbing off. The bottles are very costly for this to be happening so soon. The size/shape and convenience of the bottles fitting the pump is nice but without the measuring chart on the bottles we will be looking for an alternative. (On a side note... we've only been using a soft brush to clean the bottles as directed in the manual)
Jodie Hollander More than 1 year ago
I would love the bottle if there was a venting system. My baby took in a lot of air with these bottles. So now I pump into the Medela bottles and have to transfer another bottle that has one.
Veronica Denice More than 1 year ago
I actually do the same. I breastfeed so I thought using bottles w/ the calma nipples would be ideal when transferring from breast to bottle. However I was really disappointed to find out the bottles allow the baby to suck in A LOT of air causing too much gas. Eventually I switched to Playtex bottles w/ the drop in liners. Two advantages w/ the switch my baby sucks in less air and the bottles are a lot cheaper. The only thing I use Medela bottles for are storing breast milk.
Deborah Corbin More than 1 year ago
I wanted a few more bottles to pump into so I bought a three pack of the 9 oz. They leak like crazy even with the covers on. Also the covers pop off at the slightest nudge, like when transporting from work to daycare so I am constantly having to clean milk out of the backpack and loosing my precious supply. I thought that a company that makes pumping equipment would make a better bottle. I expected more from three bottle that cost almost $20. Do yourself a favor and just buy the cheap ones, they leak less!