Contigo Autoseal Stainless Steel Scout Kids Cup, 12-ounce, Lilac
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- Patented Autoseal lid is 100-Percent leak and spill proof. Lid is also one piece, meaning no loose parts
- Made out of 100-Percent FDA-approved, BPA-free materials
- Vacuum insulation keeps beverages cold for up to 7-hour
- 12-Ounce capacity
- Top rack dishwasher safe
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This item Contigo Autoseal Stainless Steel Scout Kids Cup, 12-ounce, Lilac
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|Item Dimensions||7.5 x 3 x 3 in||2.75 x 2.75 x 7.5 in||9 x 4 x 7 in||2.5 x 2.5 x 7.5 in|
|Material Type||Information not provided||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Tritan|
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1st - Don't tighten TOO tight. That damages the seal and will cause leakage. Tighten it hand tight but not he-man tight.
2nd - Yes, the lid can be difficult to keep clean...that is, if you don't wash it out after every use. I use hot water thru mine and have a small brush that fits into the hole on the lid and it works fine. No gunk. Now, if you are lazy and just throw it in the dishwasher and expect it to be clean, then you lose. Your fault for being lazy. Take proper care of this and it's fine. Don't and you have gunk.
I have 8 different types of their products and I have NEVER had a problem with gunk. You clean them out properly (ie take your time, use a brush that goes thru the mouth hole, every single time) and you won't have a problem.
I'm sure it would be great for an older kid, but as it is it just sits in the drawer right now silently mocking me until the day when it will be useful.
First of all, while the bottom of the cup does have a nice non-skid and bump resistant edge and one might think the wider base would be helpful to prevent tipping (and why is that considered a feature on an already spill-resistant vessel?), it's so wide that it doesn't fit in any cup holders - not in my stroller, car, purse, or diaper bag. The only way to store it for transport is upside down, which gives me pause. While it *is* leak resistant, it's not leak proof and I don't like testing it so acutely. And I am really the only person who forgets to wipe and/or vacuum out the cup holders in their car or stroller? I don't want to put that surface in contact with anyone's mouth unless it's just been cleaned, which is just not a task I can fit in every morning.
Secondly, while the diameter of the top is smaller than the adult cup and should be easier to use, the button is harder to push. My son has accidentally poured liquid all over himself and also hit himself in the teeth while trying to coordinate squeezing and drinking. But he doesn't have this problem drinking from my cup.
I would have preferred this cup be a scaled down replica of my own Contigo. But the changes made to this version, in my opinion, are all for the worse.