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Posted by Eric Wilbur, Boston.com Staff  December 30, 2012 12:40 PM

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By Necee Regis, Globe Correspondent

Preparing a bottle on the go to calm your baby is not an easy task, especially if your little one is used to naturally warm breast milk or heated formula. Now a new technology allows you to heat a bottle without needing electricity, hot water, or a car outlet charger. The WarmZe (formerly On The Fly) portable bottle warmer system uses air-activated warming wraps to evenly heat your baby’s bottle. Simply stick a warming wrap to your WarmZe Bottle-Soc, slide it on your bottle, and in 30 minutes you will have a perfectly tepid bottle. Available in stores and online. Starter kits $16.95, Warmer packs $10.59. 877-693-5922, www.warmze.com

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