Contigo AUTOSPOUT Straw Striker Kids Water Bottle, 14oz, Cherry Blossom/Chartreuse/Amethyst
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- Patent-pending AUTOSPOUT lid with spill-proof valve system eliminates leaks and spills even when spout is in the open position
- One-touch button for easy opening and one-handed drinking
- Spout cover keeps spout protected when the CONTIGO Striker kid's water bottle is not in use
- Made out of 100-percent FDA-approved; BPA-free materials
- Top-rack dishwasher safe
- Lifetime Warranty
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Smile, because it's now possible for on-the-go kids and parents to travel spill free. The 14 oz. AUTOSPOUT Kids' Striker Water Bottle features a one-touch lid that pops-up for easy one-handed drinking from a straw. The AUTOSPOUT plus spill-poof valve eliminates spills and leaks even when the spout is in the open position. Dirt or germs are not a problem, because the AUTOSPOUT has a protective spout cover to keep yuckiness out too. This BPA-free water bottle is Parent Tested Parent Approved and parents love that the Striker is top-rack dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.
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If you read below, I loved these for my girls when we first got them. Then, one fell out of the car and broke. We have had all kinds of water bottles in our "career" and none had ever shattered by falling (and they have fallen and dropped many times!) That was disappointing, so I didn't go to lengths to get a replacement. THEN, I realized my kiddos water bottle was getting blackish moldy spots in the straw and all of the crevices that the straw attaches. GROSS! I wash my girls water bottles frequently and was having to scrub the mold out each time it was washed (we are talking daily), and I was sickened by the fact that the water my daughter was drinking had that in there. This wasn't a food issue because my girls only drink water in their bottles. I still can't quite figure out why it was a breeding ground for mold, but I finally threw it away, so exasperated with it. So we are back to the Camelbak Eddy, and we have easy to clean water bottles and no problems unless we are climbing in elevation (but we had my daughters Contigo spring open on an airplane and send a stream of water through the seats behind us--and it was totally hilarious...and annoying).
OLD REVIEW (Five Stars)
We love this water bottle for a few reasons:
This thing does not leak. We have had the Camelbak Eddy, the munchkin Mighty Grip Flip Straw, and the munchkin Mighty Grip Straw cup, and each of them have either leaked all over my diaper bag, or leaked on the floor in our car when dropped from a carseat. Or leaked when in changing elevation in the car or airplane. Love that this has not leaked at all.
Easy for kids to flip open. The Camelbak and Flip Straw were impossible for my little one to flip open on her own when she was under two years old, but this one has a button to press open and voila--the straw.
Easy to clean.
The only negative thing is that occasionally the inner straw needs to be placed back into the lid. But, if you're washing water bottles on a regular basis, this wouldn't be a problem. :-)
We love this one, and I wish I had purchased it a long time ago!
I have no issues with mold like others do, but I also only was them once a week or every two weeks. When I do wash them it's by hand in warm soapy water and I use the small brushes I still have to clean baby bottles with to get in all the nooks and crannies.
I do have issues with the straw falling out. It probably happens every three or four days, but I don't find it to a big enough deal to stop using these; however, the very first one I bought had the space shuttle and other space rockets printed on the outside and the straw fell out of it multiple times a day. If these were like that, I would stop using them.
I also bought the stainless steel version of this because I actually loathe that she's drinking out of plastic all the time, but for her age plastic just works best. When she has the stainless steel one it sounds as if she's damaging everything in sight with it. Which is also why I don't plan to switch to glass until she's older.
1) The straw inside the bottle constantly comes loose and you can't drink out of it. You have to unscrew the top and stick the straw back in. Besides it being unsanitary, keep in mind that you may not always be there with your kids when this happens (ie. school lunch).
2) It just quit working. Water doesn't come out of the spout anymore. My daughter comes home from school with a bottle full of water and is distraught because she couldn't have something to drink with her lunch. Keep in mind we only use this product for water, and we only use BOTTLED water. If it doesn't work for bottled water, it can't possibly be useful for anyone else's needs (juice, etc).
I can't imagine how this design got out with these major design flaws, and it is such a collosal waste of a unique spout system that would have been great it the product worked.