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[QUOTE=babylock1;1121804]How big a hole you need depends on the amount of liquid flow you are expecting to drink to stay hydrated.
You could remove the nipple altogether and get 100% flow or with the nipple in place and a small hole regulate the flow.
With multiple holes the flow can be increased.
Remember that you don't want to have holes too small with restricted flow because when sucking on the nipple you no doubt will also be intaking a lot of extra air which with babies
causes tummy upset (burping required) with adults I can only imagine the fun (belching) !

One caution here most baby bottles with nipples can be laid on the side and not much fluid
will leak out - BUT - the larger the hole the more rapid the fluid will escape to soak whatever
is nearby so in this case keeping the bottle upright at all times will be required.

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