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Playtex Sipsters Stage 1 Straw Sippy Cups - 6 Ounce
- Leak-Proof Seal
- Twist 'n Click Cover
- Aids in training your child to drink from a straw
- Removable handles for development
- BPA Free
- For ages 4 months and up
- Available in multiple colors; you may receive one of the following colors: red, purple, green, yellow or blue
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This cup is not intended to be a teether. Do not allow the child to bite or chew the straw as it could tear and cause choking. If straw is damaged or shows signs of wear, please discontinue use immediately.
To avoid injury, do not let the child walk or run with the cup.
Do not use with any hot liquids as this may result in burning.
Do not leave the child unattended while using the cup.
To clean: wash cup before the first use and as soon as possible after each use. All parts are top rack dishwasher safe. Remove the straw from the lid before washing.
How to use: Squeeze the center of cup to bring liquid to the tip of straw. This gives the child a taste of the liquid inside, which encourages him/her to use the straw. Try a few test squeezes before using the cup with your child.
Mom squeeze here!
Top Customer Reviews
Cons: *takes a deep breath* Here we go...
Leaks - These things leak. That's the one thing they're supposed to prevent, and they fail. They leak out the straw. They leak out the seal. They just leak.
Liquid squirts - They don't have a air pressure relief hole, so as the contents of the cup warm up to room temp, expanding air pressure forces liquid back through the straw and out onto your coffee table. If you're unlucky enough to have closed the straw lid before the cup warmed up and then you flip the straw back into ready position, you get a nice 2-3 foot jet of whatever was in the cup. Awesome science lesson (Boyle's law)!
Straw length - Too short. Lots of liquid remains in the bottom. If that's milk, then you throw away lots of sour milk remnants. It also insures that rather than drinking the cup dry, your child will have plenty of liquid to drizzle around the house, see above.
I would really love these if they worked, but sadly they don't. I'm about to throw away two because I spend a huge part of my day mopping up milk dots from all over the house.
Update July 2014:
I also want to add that this cup is always leaking. There seems to be some scientific way to line up the handles with the cover and "click" it on. It clicks and we tighten it but when it falls to the floor there are always puddles to be cleaned up.
Update August 2014:
I just want to say that I emailed Energizer Personal Care after they responded to my initial comment. I told them that the 6oz cup I purchased was not as described (not squeezable at all) and that some reviews seemed to indicate the 7oz cup was the one I want. I asked if they might send me this cup instead. I got a generic response from the company thanking me for my loyalty and that they would mail me a coupon.... ok, maybe this coupon is for a free cup! But it has been past the time frame and no coupon. I am disappointed that someone would take the time to respond to individual reviews and then when I respond at THEIR prompting there is minimal response. :-(
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
They've made these cups a lot harder to squeeze then the older ones. But the only upside is the water doesn't leak anymore.Published 8 days ago by ben kim
We had the old version of this cup when my 3 year old was a baby and we still have one of them! This new version makes putting the top on very annoying. Read morePublished 12 days ago by KaitlinE83
As pictured, didn't leak much, and not broken yet, which is very good in our household.Published 14 days ago by Rachel S. Kaye
Still leaks no matter what they say... Still on the hunt for a sippy cup that doesn't leak!Published 1 month ago by ashley reinstadtler
After moderate use, I found that the contents began to leak out of the straw and create a mess.Published 1 month ago by Fred Goetz
My son just turned 1 and loves this cup! He has a few different sippy cups but favors this one the most, I think he just prefers drinking out of a straw. Read morePublished 1 month ago by jseliger