"AccuBot": A Specially Designed Baby Bottle

Invents introduces "AccuBot" which has color codes that work to designate formula preparation and consumption.

​Accuracy is the name of the game and in this case it is the need for accurate measurements when preparing a baby’s formula and understanding clearly how much the child has taken.  The AccuBot is a specially designed baby bottle, the surface of which is conspicuously marked in incremental measurements, enabling the user to easily prepare the bottle and subsequently determine how much formula their child has consumed. Along with the bottle and included for use are three color-coded nipples featuring different size hole dispensers that accommodate various rates of flow---slow, medium and fast---through the nipple. The design intent of the AccuBot is to provide parents with a practical modification to the design of baby bottles and enable one to more carefully control the delivery of formula and monitor the food intake.
AccuBot looks just like a standard baby bottle and is made of shatterproof PBA-free plastic. It features a threaded mouth at the top to accommodate the collar holding the nipple. A removal cap protects the nipple and contents. Televised test marketing has recently been completed indicating strong consumer interest in the AccuBot.
The Patent Pending AccuBot was invented by Nicole Ritacco of Swarthmore, PA who said, “I am amazed that this type of design for baby bottles and nipples has never been implemented. Being exact and accurate is a vital part of being a good parent. AccuBot ends the guesswork both in preparing and recognizing the amount the baby has consumed.”

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EDITOR'S NOTE: Development of this product is being handled by Invents Company. For more information about licensing or sale, contact the Licensing Dept at Invents Company, 450 7th Avenue, Suite #1107—New York, NY.  Tel: 212-620-2629.  www.invents.com     

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