THERMOS FOOGO 11-Ounce Straw Bottle, Tripoli Pattern
- BPA-free and made with Eastman Tritan copolyester, which is impact resistant, durable, exceptionally clear and will not absorb or impart any flavors or odors to its liquid contents
- Features interchangeable parts that fit other Foogo Phases cups
- Phase 3 for children ages 18 months and up; Easy to open hygienic push button lid with pop-up silicone straw
- Contoured body is easy to grip
- 11 ounce capacity; hand wash/top rack dishwasher safe
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From the Manufacturer
What truly matters when choosing products for your children to use? With so many choices it can be confusing, but THERMOS Foogo products deliver what matters every time. As the leading manufacturer of convenient insulated products for over 110 years, Thermos is trusted by consumers to provide innovative beverage bottles and food containers that promote a safe and healthy lifestyle. Thermos delivers when it matters.
Three Convenient Styles for Babies, Toddlers, and Older Kids
THERMOS Foogo Phases drinkware products are available in three styles: soft spout sippy cup for ages 6 months and older, hard spout sippy cup for ages 12 months and older, and a straw bottle for ages 18 months and older. Foogo Phases features interchangeable parts that fit all other Phases cups (both stainless steel and Eastman Tritan models). With interchangeable lids and handles, Foogo Phases drinkware easily adapts to a child's changing needs as they grow.
THERMOS Foogo 11-ounce Straw Bottle
The Straw Bottle is a Phase 3 product for children 18 months and older and is great for active kids and to fill and take on the go. The hygienic push button lid with pop-up straw is easy to open. Featuring an easy-grip contoured body and a soft, durable silicone straw, this bottle makes sipping clean, easy, and fun. This 11-ounce bottle is made with clear BPA-free Eastman Tritan copolyester and is lightweight, portable and durable. It is dishwasher-durable and will not absorb or impart any flavors or odors to its liquid contents. Capacity marking along the side of the bottle make measuring easy.
11-ounce Straw Bottle at a Glance
- Made with BPA-free materials
- Easy to use push button lid with pop up straw
- Clear material makes it easy to see how much liquid is in the cup
- 11-ounce capacity
- Phase 3 for children 18 months and older
- Dishwasher safe
- Not for use with hot liquids
What Matters to Us
The Environment Matters
Thermos created the original reusable bottle over 110 years ago. We are continuously developing products that provide people on the go with more sustainable choices. By selecting a reusable Thermos brand product you can help reduce the amount of waste sent to landfills each year while enjoying high quality, dependable products.
At Thermos, we carefully choose the best available materials and make products with consistent quality and reliable performance. We ensure the excellence of our products by testing for quality throughout the manufacturing process, and we stand behind them.
THERMOS products comply with applicable government and industry standards including CPSIA, to ensure that our products are safe.
Top Customer Reviews
Babies R Us are always sold out of these so I've decided to purchase mine from Amazon now. It's a little bit more expensive but it's better than wasting time going to Babies R Us only to be told they are sold out. But that just goes to prove how popular this item is!
* easy to clean - dishwasher top rack!
* doesn't leak, if the lid is closed
* super light
* large opening so I can place large ice cubes in it too
* straw is not tough to sip out of (like other leak-proof bottles)
* clear visible container
* takes falls from high table tops and abuse from a toddler well
* straws tends to not fit correctly in the base after months of constant use
* straws become difficult to sip out of for no apparent reason
* Lid no longer snaps closed ... but that's generally after 6+ months of constant use/abuse.
Update 1/23/2013 - My daughter is now 4 years old now and she still loves drinking from her Foogo straw cups. I did discover that if she drinks chocolate milk or chocolate PediaSure Sidekicks that the chocolate is very difficult to clean from the straws and its attachments. Out of the 10 cups I purchased, I only had to throw away 2 of them in 4 years. That's pretty good durability. Now I have a second child who will be using it soon so I'm very pleased with this product.
Luce is correct in her comment below that contacting Thermos customer care is a quick, easy, and cheap solution to getting the straws & its parts replaced. Their number is Consumers Customer Service:
I contacted them around Summer 2012 and they were very professional and friendly.
When I first got the bottle, I immediately washed it and then filled it with water to try it out. However, I noticed right away that the bottle leaked. I couldn't believe that it leaked with the first use so I scoured the comments on Amazon for any tips and found a solution!!!!!
First off, the straw silicon piece is detachable so that you can wash it thoroughly. If the straw silicon unit it wet when you screw the lid on, the suction piece moves out of place when you tighten the top. You will see a small gap between the silicon "bump" and the lid which is why the bottle ends up leaking. To prevent this from happening, you must make sure your straw silicon unit and lid are DRY before you screw them onto the bottle. As long as both pieces are dry, they will screw on tight and the silicon suction piece shouldn't move out of place.
Hope this works for you!
I'm very disappointed to learn such disturbing news about a cup we trusted and loved so much and am especially disturbed that these companies would play their "games" with things that affect our babies health (thought I'm not entirely surprised). I gave it 2 stars instead of 1 bc they are very well designed. However, we, sadly, won't be using these cups anymore. Shame on you Eastman.
Even though the parts came off is so small (the plastic tub) that may not be choking hazard to a 18 months old, but you don't want your baby eat something like this, aren't you? I took some pictures and uploaded to here as well: http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-media/product-gallery/B00318CLTQ/ref=cm_ciu_pdp_images_all
I honestly hope that they can do some improvement on this, before any lawsuits come up. Thanks for viewing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
只是宝贝用了几次，掉地上了，就开始漏水，膳魔师的品质不该这么差！很失望！孩子用的怎么可能一摔就坏掉了？什么都好好的，就是漏水！！Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Broke within 1 month of having it. The clipping top and straw mechanism broke and bottle leaked, for as much as we paid for it I cannot believe the quality!Published 3 days ago by bri80
Just wish the little was a bit more durable for a toddler that is always throwing it aroundPublished 3 days ago by jessica mederos
My daughter received this cup in the pink and purple version from my sister. The first thing we noticed were the leaks. Read morePublished 5 days ago by NillafromNYC
Cute and good quality materials but leaks a lot, would say not for toddlersPublished 6 days ago by Louismarte