Flexible™ Bottle PPSU 160ml


The Pigeon Flexible™ PPSU Bottle is a slim neck bottle for use with Flexible™ Peristaltic Teats.

Made from medical grade plastic, Flexible™ PPSU bottles are naturally honey toned and suitable for high use. The gold standard in plastic baby bottles. 

The Flexible™ Bottle PPSU baby bottle is supplied with a Flexible™ Peristaltic teat. With a slim neck, double thickness material and a unique venting system, the Flexible™ Peristaltic teat is different to other baby bottle teats on the market. These unique features encourage seamless latching, as well as minimising swallowed air and colic in babies.

The Flexible™ PPSU baby bottle is BPA and BPS free.

Bottle capacity: 160ml. Teat size S - round hole, 0+ months

  • Light weight plastic
  • Budget friendly
  • Low to regular use
  • S teat - round hole, 0+months

Find out which Pigeon bottle and teat is best suited for your little one with our baby bottle and teat guide.


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What is PPSU material?

PPSU bottles are made from medical grade plastic (Polyphenylsulfone), that are naturally honey toned and suitable for high use.

How do I know if this is the best bottle for my baby?

Pigeon Baby offers a wide range of baby bottles with different teats flows, bottle sizes and bottle materials. To ensure you select the perfect bottle for you and your baby, discover our baby bottle guide.

Which teats is this baby bottle compatible with?

This Pigeon slim neck bottle is compatible with Pigeon Flexible Peristaltic teats.

Can I use a 160ml baby bottle for older babies?

Baby bottles are available in many sizes. Most babies will progress to larger sizes as they age, with 160ml being the smallest bottles for newborns. As your baby ages, they will drink more, so often parents will find large baby bottles the better option for older babies.