ZoLi BOT Straw Sippy Cup - Green 6 oz
- straw has weighted ball so it will always moves to the liquid
- SILIFLEX-straw technology, Valve-free
- BPA and Phthalate free
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The one concern I had about using a straw cup instead of a traditional sippy was possible spilling. But even when she has it turned upside down it hardly ever leaks. Maybe a few drops of water here and there, but no big deal. The end of the straw that baby drinks from is almost solid, but with a few slits cut in it. So baby can easily suck liquid out (no special biting the valve or anything) but it helps minimize spilling.
This cup is great and has survived being thrown to the hard floor many times.
**Update: Some leaking issues and a solution:
My daughter is now almost 14 months and these cups are still my first choice. However, I have had a few problems with them - one cup cracked on the bottom (but my daughter does bang them around a lot) and I've had more leaking issues than I had hoped. First, ZoLi was great and replaced the broken cup with no questions asked (and it had been many months since I purchased it). Second, I figured out that the top "mis-threads" really easily. It's hard to even tell that it is not threaded properly unless I look at it from the side because it will feel like it goes on right, but is actually a bit crooked. When I fix this and am really careful to thread it levelly, I have no leaks.
I noticed that, apart from the lid leaking, it was okay initially. But then I saw little black specks in the straw. No matter how much I scrubbed, those specks stayed, like they were embedded in the plastic. Then as I was inspecting it more closely, I saw them in the ring of the straw, right where the straw goes through the lid. I pulled the straw out and the entire ring that is partially hidden by the lid was encrusted with black!
I felt so sick knowing that whatever my daughter drank touched that black bacteria!
For $11 a cup, it's just not worth the convenience of a weighted straw. I feel much better using the disposable take and toss, which I can clean thouroughly. If they could come up with a better system, I would consider buying again but they need to fix the straw and leaking lid.
But one warning parents, if your baby able to chew off more then just the top, that choking hazard and this product needed to recall.
Please see the pictures I uploaded on Amazon for prove.
UPDATE: I got the full refund from Zoli.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love the straw, love the handles. My daughter didn't pick up on tilting up a sippy easily, so I got this and she knew how to drink out of it instantly. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Momofone
The straw "sucks" whatever liquid out even when not in use and creates a giant mess everywhere. Do not use this to transport anything. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Iliana
The straw sometimes leaks depending on how the pressure builds up, but.. we only use it for water. Easy to clean and by far our son's favorite cup.Published 3 days ago by N & T Wortman
My little boy learned to drink from this within a couple of days... they are great!Published 3 days ago by Erika Lorena
Best of the bunch I've tried and with triplets, we've tried them all. Cleaning the straws can be a challenge but no way getting around that as the larger straw versions leak. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Richard S.
Heard this was the best sippy ever so I coughed up the $12 for it. When I received it the packaging looked a little beat up, but I figure it was just sitting around for a while. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
At first I loved this... The straw being weighted is a great idea! BUT for some reason the liquid comes up the straw even when it's sitting on the table... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
These do not seem to work well at all. They don't stick and the latch doesn't catch so the cabinet doesn't stayed lockedPublished 8 days ago by Becca simon