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About Baby Quoddle

In 2013 the founders of Baby Quoddle were due to have their last baby so they went on a quest for a safe feeding bottle. They discovered everything on the Australian and International market contained plastic to a certain extent.

After sensing that there was still a negative stereotype placed on bottle feeding babies, they decided to design a bottle that would give parents the confidence to make their own choices without social bias,

They worked closely with a local engineer who’s goal it was to create a beautiful bottle that was all natural and free of carcinogens. To get the design principles perfect it took some 12 months.

Baby Quoddle the ‘Abel series’ grew slowly and organically with the assistance and professional knowledge of experts both here and overseas. Their design was patented and it wasn’t until late 2015 early 2016 that all the pieces would fall into place.

Their vision

Baby Quoddle want to offer parents a choice for their babies with high quality products made from natural materials. Their bottles are made from brasiliensis hevea rubber and borosilicate hand blown glass, the highest quality components they could source.

In addition they want to change the way society looks at baby bottles. There’s still a negative context towards bottle feeding lingering in our culture. A parents choice and circumstance should never be under review and they hope the Baby Quoddle leads us in this direction. 

Now with the increased awareness of allergies and childhood illnesses their bottle is an alternative for parents with similar concerns.

Baby Quoddle teats

  • Softer than silicone and extremely hygienic.
  • Moulded into one piece without joints or cracks therefore no dirt and bacteria can accumulate.


The Baby Quoddle is a nursing bottle which means parents are encouraged to sit and cuddle their baby during feeding time. Research suggests there are many benefits of skin to skin contact and engaging your baby whilst feeding.


The bottle is glass and may break if dropped therefore they only recommend you nurse while feeding.