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Do you know a bottle warmer that has a thermostat and is truly temperature controlled - the temperature is not estimated by a timer. Any ideas?

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FYI, it's a really simple thermodynamics and heat-transfer problem to calculate the final temperature of a substance given a known heat flux. Assuming you use the amount and temperature of milk listed in the directions and mix it well afterward, it should be accurate within a few degrees. –  William Grobman Feb 4 '12 at 18:28
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NUK Thermo Constant Baby Food Warmer

Always the right temperature – automatical

In the space of just one day, babies and small children require several hot meals. Always be prepared when hunger strikes with the quick NUK Thermo Constant Baby Food Warmer.

  • The energy-saving and long-lasting hot plate steadily heats jars and bottles.
  • When the desired temperature has been reached, a red light will appear and the unit automatically switches to the warming setting. A thermostat with controlling function keeps the food at a constant temperature.
  • The NUK Thermo Constant Baby Food Warmer is easy to clean and save both space and energy. PTC heating, 220-240 volts, 100 watts.
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