photo from Yanko Design
It's 4 a.m., you're exhausted, the baby's hungry and by mistake you give her a bottle that's too hot. Uh-oh. What if you could avoid this scenario? Well ... not the 4 a.m. part or the hungry baby part, but the hot milk part? The "Baby's Bottle" can tell you when your baby's milk is at the right temperature.
The bottle has a face on it, which is printed using thermochromic anti-forgery ink. Sounds pretty fancy doesn't it? Basically what this means is that the design changes when it's hot or cold. If the milk in the bottle is at the ideal temperature of 38 degrees Celsius, the face is green and smiling; if the milk is too hot (45 degrees Celsius or hotter), the face turns into a red, crying, unhappy face, so you know the milk needs to be cooled down before you feed your baby.
The bottle was created by designers Hung Cheng, Tzu-Yu Huang, Tzu-Wei Wang, and Yu-Wei Xiang. It's not out on the market yet, but I think it's a pretty cool idea.
What do you think? If the price was right, would you buy it?