FAQs About Baby Bottle Cooler Bags
If you're feeding a baby, you probably need one less thing to worry about. We've got you covered with PackIt's baby bottle cooler bags and answers to some commonly asked questions about transporting milk and formula safely.
What Is the Difference Between a Baby Bottle Travel Bag and a Baby Bottle Cooler?
A travel bag, like a baby bottle tote bag, is larger than a baby bottle cooler.
A travel bag is typically for mom. It may be used to go to work or on a trip to carry a breast pump and parts, a nursing/pumping cover and empty nursing bags or baby bottles. Coolers, by contrast, hold bottles containing food to keep it chilled and prevent it from spilling.
Make sure to get a separate cooler bag for baby bottles to keep baby's food from spoiling. You can put baby bottle coolers inside travel bags or diaper bags.
When Should I Use a Baby Bottle Cooler Bag?
That depends on whether your baby drinks formula or breast milk. Cooler bags should be used for formula right away, while breast milk can sit at room temperature for up to four hours before needing to be cooled.
Depending on external temperatures, the PackIt baby bottle cooler bag can keep perishable food items cold for hours.
What Size Does the Original Baby Bottle Cooler Come In?
The dimensions of our original baby bottle cooler are 8" L x 5" W x 7" H. Flattened for the freezer, it measures 2" L x 8.5" W x 7" H. This size can hold up to four 5-ounce bottles.
What Size Is the Double Baby Bottle Bag?
The Double Baby Bottle Bag measures a roomy 6" L x 6.5" W x 4.25" H. Flattened, it's just 9" L x 7" W x 1.75" H.