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Q: How long do I need to charge the device for 1st time use?

It is not necessary to drain the battery followed by charging it for 8 to 12 hours non-stop, as per common belief. This charging cycle is not necessary for lithium-ion batteries, which are what the Lollababy Bottle Warmer uses. You may stop charging the device once it is fully charged.

Q: What does the display “Lo” means?

“Lo” is displayed to warn users that the battery is less than 20% and has to be recharged. When “Lo” displays, it would power off after blinking for 6 seconds.

Q: How long will it take to charge the bottle warmer?

We recommend that you use a 3A power adaptor for charging as it will take between 3-4 hours.

For 2A power adaptor, it will take at least 6 hours for charging.

For 1A power adaptor, it will take at least 8 hours for charging.

Q: How do I know if it is fully charged?

“100” is displayed to inform you that it is fully charged.



Q: Do I need an adaptor?

Here is a list of bottles that do not require an adaptor.

2. Richell
3. Combi
4. SpeCtra
5. Nip
6. Chicco

Q: What adaptor do I need if it is not compatible?

Please refer to the table below.

For Hegen Bottles, Hegen PCTO™ Wide Neck Adapter is needed. This can be purchased from Hegen.

Q: What liquids can it warm?

All liquids like water, breast milk, fresh milk, etc. can be warmed using the bottle warmer.

Q: How do I wash the bottle warmer?

You may use your dish washing detergent to wash the stainless steel part that comes into contact with the liquids. However, please ensure that the charging port cover is closed when washing it under the tap. Do NOT immerse the bottle warmer in water or any other liquids.

Q: Can I sterilise the bottle warmer?

Yes you may, but without the “drying function”. The drying function of UV Sterilisers is not recommended as there is a lithium-ion battery in the device.

Likewise, you may pour boiled water over the stainless steel part to sterilise but do ensure that the charging port cover is closed to prevent water from entering the battery.

Q: How to use?

Bottle Warmer User Guide