TODAY’S PATENT – INFANT’S FEEDING BOTTLE
This invention relates to baby’s feeding bottle and more particularly to bottles which come with an indicating device/ scale stuck to the wall of the bottle used to measure the temperature and/or volume or weight of content. The device is stuck on the exterior which keeps it away from the interior of the bottle, thus keeping the bottle content clean. In case of any breakage of the device, the splinters are not going to mix with the contents of the bottle.
This was invented by Horst Rebhan for which he was granted patent by the USPTO (US4022060A) on 10th May 1977.