Dr. Brown'sElectric Steam Sterilizer



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What weabout it
It has a ton of room to hold everything you need to clean, and gives you a heads up when it’s safe to remove items.

About this Product
  • 12-minute process
  • Auto shutoff
  • Holds up to 6 bottles of any size plus accessories


Bottles sit on a tray that holds them firmly in place, ensuring they get a deep steam clean while smaller items, like pacifiers and nipples, go on an upper level tray in Dr. Brown’s plug-in sterilizer.

The handy control panel lets you know which step of the process it’s on - from steaming to cooling to ready to go - and automatically shuts off when it’s over. Just be sure to use the included tongs to remove contents when items are still hot. If you don’t have time to unload the items right away, rest assured they remain sterile for 24 hours as long as the lid is unopened.

Note: This sterilizer requires distilled water, otherwise over time mineral deposits can build up on the heating unit and flake off.

Do you need a sterilizer? Parents with immune-compromised babies swear by sterilizers because they kill 99.9% of germs, but other families find they do not use them enough to be worth it.


  • BPA-free plastic
  • 10” x 13” x 13.3”

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April 15, 2019

Easy to use. I wish it was more compact.

February 1, 2019

It fits a lot of pieces, is easy to use, and fast!

January 6, 2019

Very easy to use. Sterilizes quickly.

December 27, 2018

Worth every penny. It holds so much stuff and is so easy to use.

May 2, 2018

It's simple, fast and cleans throughly.

December 1, 2017

It doesn't fit all the different types of bottles.

October 10, 2017

Great for a breastfeeding mama, easy to put all your pumping parts in and know they are being sterilized.

June 7, 2017

Takes on average 7 minutes to work and then you have fast clean bottles ready for use.

July 28, 2016

Very large. Also, for a sterilizer, if the slightest bit of water is left in the bottom reservoir, it will mold. Which obviously defeats the purpose of the sterilizer.