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The First Years Take & Toss Straw Sippers (4-Pack)

3.9 out of 5 stars 35 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Learning Curve Take and Toss
  • Straw Sippers
  • 4 Pack, Colors May Vary
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Product Description

Product Description

Learning Curve Take and Toss Straw Sippers - 4 Pack, colors may vary

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Learning Curve Take and Toss Straw Sippers - 4 Pack, colors may vary

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Technical Details
Item Weight3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions3.7 x 3.9 x 9.2 inches
UPC885449659831
Item model numberY1157
Material freePhthalate, BPA, Latex, PVC, Nitrosamine
Number of items4
Dishwasher safeYes
  
Additional Information
ASINB0000BX8LV
Best Sellers Rank #72,353 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  
 

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By Ammie Shopper TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 7, 2008
I had been using the Take and Toss ones in the sippy cups and saw these with the straws. It's one step closer to moving my son to using regular cups. He feels like a big boy using a cup and straw instead of a sippy cup like his baby brother.

They last with repeated use for several months then ours eventually develop a crack in them from being thrown on the floor. I do hand wash mine even though they state top-rack dishwasher safe and I believe that helps them last a little longer. My sons are at the age where we are transitioning them from sippy cups to regular cups and these are perfect for that in-between stage.

These are also labeled plastic type 5 which is polypropylene which is considered safe and does not leach BPA (bisphenol-A) into foods and beverages like some plastics can. That makes me feel better and sets my mind at ease about using these with my children.

Make sure that you put the lid on the cup and then insert the straw. If you are refilling and take the top off with the straw still in and then replace, liquid will come shooting out the straw.
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First off-these are not fancy! If you want a valve and a locking lid...these are not for you.
If you want a nice simple, good value basic cup with lid that can take a normal straw? They are perfect.

Basically these are a thick plastic version of a fast food to-go cup. We have been using the 1st cup from the pack for 2+ months now and still haven't had to move on to cup #2 (note-we don't have a dishwasher). We use this with crazy straws, bendy straws, etc. I haven't actually used the provided straws much (I'd rather use cheap disposable straws bought in the 100 pack and toss them than wash a straw, call me wasteful). i was just talking about these at our play group yesterday and found many moms in our group prefer the nice simple basic Take n Toss line over ridiculously fancy sippy cups. Sometimes simple (and cheap!) really are best.

A side note for any parents with special needs: my daughter does "straw therapy" for speech and these fit Talktools straws perfectly too.
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This is the only cup my 11 mo old will use. We've tried regular sippys, straw sippys, with handles, without handles, etc. He really only wants this one. The straw will leak if it gets turned upside down (it often does with my son) and if it is on the fuller side and gets dropped (Thrown) to the floor, the top can come off and spill. I guess I'll have to deal with those negatives being as this is the only one he will use! On the plus side, they are cheaper than other cups....walmart is cheaper than amazon...four cups for under four bucks.
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I have been using these continuously for over 5 years, and they make a great everyday straw cup that you don't have to worry about losing and having to replace. (For those concerned, these are coded #5 for recycling, and many municipalities don't recycle #5 plastics. Luckily, ours does.)

We found that the other Take & Toss style, with the vented spout,The First Years 5 Pack Take And Toss Spill Proof Cups, 10 Ounce had two problems: (1) It leaked when tipped over (enough to cause carpet stains) and (2) Our daughter got frustrated by how long it took to drink an appreciable amount through those tiny vent holes. They really were the worst of both worlds!

The straw-cup style is great, though. I use them myself. My daughter, now 6, still likes them. Most of them have survived years of top-rack dishwashings. The cap snaps on tightly and the straw forms a pretty snug seal with the hole in the cap. The straws are as tough as the cups, but if they do get chewed or mangled, ordinary soda straws work fine in these cups. And-- hurrah! huzzah!-- there are only 3 straightforward parts to the cup: cap, straw, and cup. No fussy little valves to clean.

The straw cups come in a 7-ounce or 10-ounce size, and I'd suggest skipping the 7-ounce. The 10-ounce is light enough for a baby to hold, while still containing enough thirst-quenching liquid for older kids.

However, I took off one star because these are not good cups for toddlers under 2. Both our kids tended to remove the straw and dump the cup's contents all over the place, until they got old enough that this trick was no longer interesting. They also didn't quite "get" the concept that the straw has to stay fully inserted or it won't work. So, we stuck with Playtex twist-lock straw cups until they were 2.
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April 26, 2011

Just want to add, I still love this cups. After only couple days of having it, all the straws were flat on the top (bitting issue). I tried to do what other reviewer said, use a regular straw. It works! My son loves it better with the bendable straw, make it more comfy for him to drink. Again, it's not spill proof (it drips if you flip it) but he's over that issue.

March 22, 2011
I don't know why I always thought this is one of those cheap items that won't work. I couldn't be more wrong.

My son is 2 years old. Though he able to drink from regular cup, I want something that I can just handed to him without having constantly alarmed he would spill something. He has a thermos straw cup but sometime he just didn't want that (I'm guessing he wants something light to hold). We also have couple those spill-proof straw cup but he hates them because it makes the liquid harder to suck.

Couple months ago I got him a cute snowman cup on a local store. It's not spill-proof (there's a tiny hole on the top to make sipping easy) but as long as he didn't turn it upside down, everything is fine. He loves it, until I notice the bitting issues and to fix it, I cut the straw part that's ripped. Last week it reached to point that I couldn't do anything to safe it, so here we go with searching, browsing and reading all review.

I read about this one (actually the one with cute designs) and went to local store to get it (I need it quick). Though I still have so much doubt in my mind, it was cheap, only $3 for 5 of them. Nothing can go wrong with that much of money. Went home and tried it..... Voila.... my son loooves them! And I love the fact I have many of them that I can fill each cup with different beverage.
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