It was the middle of the night and Ayal Lanternari was rushing to warm up refrigerated breast milk for his three-month-old baby.
“This wasn’t just another product. Babies were going to use it. So we had to be very careful,” says Kehat. Besides the efficacy of it, they designed the bottle with a modern, stylish look and made it easy for babies to hold.
Each year, TIME highlights the best global Inventions that are “making the world better, smarter and a bit more fun.” To assemble this year’s list, TIME evaluated key factors, including originality, creativity, influence, ambition and effectiveness. At a time when both the World Health Organization and the American Pediatric Association have recommended that all babies
For decades, baby bottles have been cylindrical—a design that, while functional, can be confusing for breastfed infants and problematic for parents who need to heat milk quickly and evenly. So longtime friends Ayal Lanternari and Asaf Kehat set out to make a better one: Nanobébé ($11, excluding accessories like warmer and drying rack). With more surface area
A dad frustrated by the difficulties of feeding his three month old baby at night has invented a radical new breast-shaped bottle to make parent’s lives easier. Nanobébé’s unique design causes the milk to spread out into a thinner layer. By expanding the milk’s surface area, this allows it to warm up quickly. Read Article