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Problem Statment

The temperature of breastmilk or formula is a touchy and complicated subject. Babies are used to the milk being at roughly the temperature of their Mom (98.6 degrees Fahrenheit). Some need it to be exact, others will take it at room temperature or up to 100 degrees F. Most bottle warming solutions use boiling water to heat the contents of the bottle by the user turning a timer knob and waiting. The problem is; some formula will start at room temperature, some milk is refrigerated or frozen, and the volume of milk can change each time. This becomes a guessing game for the caretaker and can lead to taking the bottle out of the warmer many times to test it on their wrist or hand. This process is frustrating and time-consuming.

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