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Kid Basix Safe Sippy Cup 2, The Stainless Steel 2-in-1 Sippy Cup and Straw Bottle, Blue, 11oz

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  • Polypropylene
  • 11 ounce
  • Clean non leaching stainless steel BPA and phthalate free
  • Convertible sippy to straw drink cup (straw and straw adaptor + no spill valve)
  • Travel cap and plug
  • Colorful protective sleeve that insulates little hands from cold liquid
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Product Information

Color: Blue
Technical Details
Item Weight6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions4.2 x 7 inches
UPC885488241745
Item model number204
Target genderUnisex
Material TypeStainless Steel
Material freeBPA Free, Phthalate Free, Lead Free, Latex Free
Additional product featuressafe, stainless steel, sippy and straw bottle in one
Number of items1
StyleModern
Batteries requiredNo
Dishwasher safeYes
  
Additional Information
ASINB002DND57M
Best Sellers Rank #8,206 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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Product Description

Color: Blue

Product Description

The Safe Sippy 2 toddler cup is the world's first and only 2 in 1 sippy to straw bottle. Made from clean, non leaching, stainless steel. The cup is tested free of BPA, phthalates and other harmful chemicals. The Safe Sippy2 combines all the great features of the original Safe Sippy, plus three new features that parents asked for most: a no spill valve plus straw and straw adaptor, a travel cap to keep the spout clean, and a travel plug to protect from any drips while out and about. The Safe Sippy 2 holds 11 ounce, has a straw shaped spout which is better for developing mouths, a colorful protective sleeve that provides insulation against cold liquids while protecting the cup from being dented and removable handles. The Safe Sippy2 is dishwasher safe.

From the Manufacturer

The Safe Sippy 2 toddler cup is the world's first and only 2-in-1 sippy to straw bottle. Made from clean, non-leaching, stainless steel. The cup is tested free of BPA, phthalates and other harmful chemicals. The Safe Sippy2 combines all the great features of the original Safe Sippy, plus three new features that parents asked for most: a no spill valve plus straw and straw adaptor, a travel cap to keep the spout clean, and a travel plug to protect from any drips while out and about. The Safe Sippy 2 holds 11 ounce, has a straw shaped spout which is better for developing mouths, a colorful protective sleeve that provides insulation against cold liquids while protecting the cup from being dented and removable handles. The Safe Sippy2 is dishwasher safe.

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Customer Reviews

I like that it can be used as a traditional sippy cup or as a straw cup.
MamaGrace
No release valve: Try using this yourself and you'll realize that you can only get out a little water before it becomes really hard to suck.
Nate
My daughter started using this sippy cup when she was 9 months old and she has absolutely loved it!
Whitney Jones

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60 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Brazilian Jazzaholic! on March 25, 2012
Color Name: Blue
At the recommendation of my baby daughter's pediatrician, we decided to try introducing her to a straw cup rather than a sippy cup at around 6-and-a-half months old. (Pediatric speech therapists believe that prolonged sippy-cup use can cause speech delays). I first tried the Playtex Lil Gripper Training Cup, the Zoli Bot, and even boxed water (with a straw, so I could squeeze the box and push the water up the straw into baby's mouth). But no luck; my little-one didn't know what to do with the straw in her mouth. At most, she would chew on it like it was a teether, but she wouldn't suck on the straw, no matter what I did. I was THISCLOSE to caving in and buying a regular sippy cup when I spotted the Safe Sippy 2 (SS2) in my local health food store. It seemed to be the best of both worlds ... I could use a "sippy cup" to teach my baby to drink from a straw! (And even if my little-one ended up preferring the sippy to the straw, the SS2's straw-shaped spout would still be better for her speech development than traditional sippy-cup spouts).

I started out using the SS2 without any valves. I tipped it slightly so the water would slowly flow into my baby girl's mouth and show her that there was water in there. When she caught on, I put the sippy-valve into the SS2 and continued to tip it towards her mouth to teach her how to suck/sip liquid through a valve. Once she began to associate the SS2 spout with sucking, I replaced the sippy-valve with the straw-valve & straw and tipped the cup down, and ... voila! By her 2nd time using the SS2, my baby was drinking from the straw like a pro, and hasn't looked back since. The next day, she figured out how to hold the SS2 by its handles, and now drinks from the straw on her own. Finally, success, thanks to the SS2!
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47 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Brazilian Jazzaholic! on March 25, 2012
Color Name: Pink
At the recommendation of my baby daughter's pediatrician, we decided to try introducing her to a straw cup rather than a sippy cup at around 6-and-a-half months old. (Pediatric speech therapists believe that prolonged sippy-cup use can cause speech delays). I first tried the Playtex Lil Gripper Training Cup, the Zoli Bot, and even boxed water (with a straw, so I could squeeze the box and push the water up the straw into baby's mouth). But no luck; my little-one didn't know what to do with the straw in her mouth. At most, she would chew on it like it was a teether, but she wouldn't suck on the straw, no matter what I did. I was THISCLOSE to caving in and buying a regular sippy cup when I spotted the Safe Sippy 2 (SS2) in my local health food store. It seemed to be the best of both worlds ... I could use a "sippy cup" to teach my baby to drink from a straw! (And even if my little-one ended up preferring the sippy to the straw, the SS2's straw-shaped spout would still be better for her speech development than traditional sippy-cup spouts).

I started out using the SS2 without any valves. I tipped it slightly so the water would slowly flow into my baby girl's mouth and show her that there was water in there. When she caught on, I put the sippy-valve into the SS2 and continued to tip it towards her mouth to teach her how to suck/sip liquid through a valve. Once she began to associate the SS2 spout with sucking, I replaced the sippy-valve with the straw-valve & straw and tipped the cup down, and ... voila! By her 2nd time using the SS2, my baby was drinking from the straw like a pro, and hasn't looked back since. The next day, she figured out how to hold the SS2 by its handles, and now drinks from the straw on her own. Finally, success, thanks to the SS2!
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Nate on October 19, 2012
Color Name: Blue
2 stars for the nice stainless steel design, and another star for including the straw option. That being said, there are two serious shortfalls for this thing.

* No release valve: Try using this yourself and you'll realize that you can only get out a little water before it becomes really hard to suck. There's no release valve to allow air to enter as you remove liquid. This prevents my kid from getting nearly as much water as an ordinary sippy cup.

* It leaks: Including the stopper valve to prevent leaks is just about the most kludgy solution possible. In order to prevent leaks, you have to unscrew the cap, pull out the current drinking valve (plus straw if you're using that) and replace it with the stopper valve. That's great, I'll just carry around all these different valves and use my dirty hands to swap them out. Brilliant.

This works fine around the house, but is really terrible for traveling. Maybe it works better for older kids? (mine is ~16 mo.)
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By BBGi on April 26, 2011
Color Name: Pink
i lost handle to this cup. I LOVED the cup but couldn't afford a new one. I emailed the company for a replacement and they did not hesitate to send a new one FOR FREE!!!! They responded within 24 hours of my email. Amazing and very friendly service...i recommend this product for 8 months and up!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Brazilian Jazzaholic! on March 25, 2012
Color Name: Green
At the recommendation of my baby daughter's pediatrician, we decided to try introducing her to a straw cup rather than a sippy cup at around 6-and-a-half months old. (Pediatric speech therapists believe that prolonged sippy-cup use can cause speech delays). I first tried the Playtex Lil Gripper Training Cup, the Zoli Bot, and even boxed water (with a straw, so I could squeeze the box and push the water up the straw into baby's mouth). But no luck; my little-one didn't know what to do with the straw in her mouth. At most, she would chew on it like it was a teether, but she wouldn't suck on the straw, no matter what I did. I was THISCLOSE to caving in and buying a regular sippy cup when I spotted the Safe Sippy 2 (SS2) in my local health food store. It seemed to be the best of both worlds ... I could use a "sippy cup" to teach my baby to drink from a straw! (And even if my little-one ended up preferring the sippy to the straw, the SS2's straw-shaped spout would still be better for her speech development than traditional sippy-cup spouts).

I started out using the SS2 without any valves. I tipped it slightly so the water would slowly flow into my baby girl's mouth and show her that there was water in there. When she caught on, I put the sippy-valve into the SS2 and continued to tip it towards her mouth to teach her how to suck/sip liquid through a valve. Once she began to associate the SS2 spout with sucking, I replaced the sippy-valve with the straw-valve & straw and tipped the cup down, and ... voila! By her 2nd time using the SS2, my baby was drinking from the straw like a pro, and hasn't looked back since. The next day, she figured out how to hold the SS2 by its handles, and now drinks from the straw on her own. Finally, success, thanks to the SS2!
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