D.M. asks from Aliso Viejo, CA on February 04, 2009
N.T. answers from Los Angeles on February 05, 2009
S.O. answers from San Diego on February 05, 2009
The Gerber narrow mouth ones should fit. I used the medela nipples with the 4 ounce ones. I think most narrow mouth bottles will fit them. Since my DD would only use the small nipples, I just took one to Target and compared it to the nipples/holes in all the bottles. I bought the Gerber bottles in packs of 4 for like $5.
S.S. answers from Los Angeles on February 05, 2009
They also fit Dr. Brown's (regular size) bottles.
C.W. answers from Los Angeles on February 05, 2009
I've been using the Green to Grow BPA-free narrow-neck bottles with Medela nipples for the last 10 months. I love the Medela nipples and rings - their silicone seems softer than any other. I even use their silicone nipple with the Green to Grow ring when my Medela rings aren't clean yet. Any narrow-neck bottle will work (including the ready-to-feed formula bottles, newborn size or 6-8 oz, like Similac for instance). It is a standard narrow-neck size. Good luck!! I just switched to the faster flow (in Medela, this is termed Medium flow) kind when my son was ready, I never went to the wider-neck bottles and won't make the switch. Only narrow-neck bottles for me, so convenient because it is compatible with the awesome Medela system.
M.B. answers from Los Angeles on February 05, 2009
green to grow bottles fit medela nipples. HTH. :)