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THERMOS FOOGO Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel 10-Ounce Straw Bottle, Pink/Purple

4.2 out of 5 stars 2,218 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • Thermos vacuum insulation keeps beverages cold and fresh for 10 hours; exterior stays condensation free
  • Kid-proof design; durable stainless steel interior and exterior inhibits bacteria growth
  • Made from bisphenol-A free (BPA Free) materials and 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
  • 10 ounce capacity; hand wash/top rack dishwasher safe
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Product Description

Color: Pink/Purple

Long considered a trusted partner by parents in providing healthy food and drink options for kids, Thermos brand has brought its superior insulation technology to FOOGO Phases, a line of children's products for ages six months and older. Freshness and safety go hand in hand. If not kept at the right temperature, food and beverages can spoil, causing potentially dangerous bacteria to form. FOOGO Phases stainless steel products feature THERMOS vacuum insulation which has been shown to inhibit the growth of bacteria in a laboratory test performed by Cornell University, and will keep beverages cold and fresh for ten hours. In addition to providing added protection from spoilage and food borne illnesses, Thermos brand offers parents extra peace of mind in knowing that FOOGO products use BPA-free materials. FOOGO Phases drinkware features interchangeable parts that fit all other Phases cups. With interchangeable lids and handles, FOOGO Phases drinkware easily adapts to a child's changing needs. To clean, hand washing is recommended for best results, or top rack dishwasher safe.

Product Information

Color: Pink/Purple
Technical Details
Item Weight9.6 ounces
Product Dimensions5.3 x 5.3 x 7.5 inches
UPC606231307569 066510974279 739651252468 041205640769 711491600388 782462806993 044112802992
Item model numberBS535PK003
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation20 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation100 Pounds
Material TypePlastic
material_compositionAll
Material freeNitrosamine, BPA, Latex, PVC, Phthalate
Care instructionsTop rack dishwasher safe, hand-washing suggested
Number of items1
Best usespersonal
Batteries requiredNo
Dishwasher safeYes
Is portableNo
  
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Additional Information
ASINB002UJGK1C
Best Sellers Rank #169 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Color: Blue/Yellow Verified Purchase
We used to own the old Foogo style Thermos cup. My four year old had the cup about 2 years when the top was broken off by baby sis. This was no fault of the thermos, just the reason we had to get a new one.

The old thermos foogo was great. WHY did they have to go and mess it up?? My biggest gripe is that the straw leaks. I have seen comments stating that you should expect liquid to come out of a straw. Well, guess what? The old foogo did not leak. Your child would have to suck liquid out of the straw for it to come out. I thought this was great. This is marketed for toddlers so you should expect cups to get knocked over. Why they felt the need to take away such a great feature is beyond me. In fact, my son knocked his new cup over at his lunch table in preschool. Apparently it made quite the mess. This would not have happened with the old cups. They redesigned it with the same straws in the funtainers, clearly intended for older children. In fact, that pretty much shot any point in getting this instead of the funtainer unless you just need to have a smaller cup.

The other new feature was not a big deal to me, but it may be to others. They changed the size of the cup. Instead of being narrow all the way down, it is now shorter with a wider base. I guess this was done to help fit the cup into lunchboxes better. However, it may not fit well into all cupholders. For instance, it does fit fine in my son's carseat cupholder (graco) but does not fit in my daughter's stroller tray (sit n stand).

The Thermos claim-to-fame, of course, is that it keeps everything super-cold for a super-long time. If there were any other cup out there that did this, I'd give them a shot.
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Color: Pink/Purple Verified Purchase
The built-in silicon straw is impossible to clean. After 6 months, I noticed mold growing inside. Please see the custom uploaded image for details. This is a common problem to all water bottle with built-in straw. Avoid all of the straw bottles
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Color: Pink/Purple Verified Purchase
My 19 month old toddler has been using the Thermos FOOGO stainless steel straw cup since Oct 2014 intermittently for milk. Over the past week, the cup has been leaking terribly and ruined a lunch bag. The cup has only been used sporadically (sometimes several weeks without using), properly (eg, not thrown around). I have tried filling the cup halfway, tightening, and loosening the lid and other suggestions from Amazon reviews but it is a huge disappointing mess. My daughter has been using the non-stainless steel version far more frequently since Aug 2014 and we do not have significant problems with this cup (both will have always through the straw if turned upside down). I have contacted Thermos with my concerns and will update my review with their response.

My daughter has been comfortable using a straw since age 7 months but each cup we've experience has it's own unique problems. She also has the lollacup straw cups which has it's own problems (leaks out the rim, straw stains easily, very difficult to get rid of pedialyte smell), oxo tot straw cup (significant mold growth in lid), and Green Sprouts glass straw cup (straw has a weak spot at valve which my daughter bit through)...we are still on the hunt for the perfect cup!!!
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Color: Blue/Yellow Verified Purchase
Loved this, until I was washing the straw as usual and realized there is MOLD in it. Boiled it for over 20 minutes and I cannot clean it. We have the special straw cleaners and no matter how much I scrub it I cannot get it out. We only use these with water, and it is growing in 2 of our 3 cups, so I'm assuming the 3rd one doesn't have it yet simply because it is the newest one. Gross.

UPDATE: Contacted customer service to report this issue to request new straws, and was informed the only solution they have is for me to PURCHASE more straws. Pretty bummed about this whole experience. Considering I have invested over $40 for 3 water bottles it seems my only option is to purchase more mold-prone straws. So a product I would have rated 5 stars 4 months ago is now getting a 1 star rating.

BTW, it most definitely leaks when the cap is open and a toddler shakes it upside down, and very frequently would leak it if was open and was left on its side. So I was never too thrilled about those issues but settled because a stainless as opposed to plastic straw cup is hard to come by.... but compounded with the mold issue i regret this purchase.
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Color: Tripoli Verified Purchase
A number of the reviews on here are not based on long-term use and don't have any comparison to other stainless steel leak proof bottles, so I decided to contribute. My family used Foogo bottles for approximately four years. I've owned approximately ten--$200 in kids' bottles, sort of depressing, but I digress. We recently switched to Contigo. Contigo AUTOSPOUT® Striker Chill Stainless Steel Kids Water Bottle, 10 oz., Sapphire, which is also a ten ounce stainless steel kids' bottle. Here's how they compare:

1) Leak-Proof
The Foogo has decent leak-protection. I'd say 90%. I find one leaking only about twice a month, often because my three year old couldn't close it correctly or I didn't seal it up with the mouth piece well enough. Occasionally, it is the bottle itself and then it can't be fixed and you have to buy a replacement. But Contigo never leaks.
Winner: Contigo

2) Ease of Handling for a Small Child
My children are used to Foogo. However, the Contigo has a handle that can be attached to straps or grabbed easily and the button to open and close is much easier to use.
Winner: Contigo

3) Size in Lunchbox
The Contigo's handle makes it harder to fit in a lunchbox, although not a huge deal for most people.
Winner: Foogo

4) Ease of Cleaning
The Contigo has a much more complicated system inside, as you can see from the photos. That is what makes it so leak-proof, but harder to take apart. With the Foogo, I just took apart the component pieces and ran them through the dishwasher.
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