THERMOS FOOGO Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel 10-Ounce Straw Bottle, Blue/Yellow
- Stainless Steel
- 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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This 10 oz. stainless steel straw bottle is vacuum insulated to keep drinks at just the right temperature, up to 10 hours cold. The easy to use push button lid opens to reveal a silicone straw, which is soft, durable and easy to sip from. Not for use with hot liquids.
- Color: Blue/Yellow
- Dishwasher safe
- Double wall stainless steel construction
- Keeps drinks cold for 10 Hours
- Hygienic push button lid
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 Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel 10-ounce Straw Bottle
The Vacuum Insulated Straw Bottle is a Phase 3 product for children 18 months and older. It features THERMOS vacuum insulation technology for maximum temperature retention. Made from durable, BPA-free double wall stainless steel, this bottle features an easy to open hygienic push button lid with pop up straw. The contoured body is easy to grip, so your little ones can stay hydrated while at home or on the go. With a 10-ounce capacity, it keeps liquids cold for up to 10 hours. Dishwasher safe.
10-ounce Stainless Steel Straw Bottle at a Glance
- Vacuum insulated to keep contents cold for up to 10 hours
- Durable, BPA-free double wall stainless steel
- Easy to use push button lid with pop up straw
- 10-ounce capacity
- Phase 3 for children 18 months and older
- Dishwasher safe
- Not for use with hot liquids
THERMOS vacuum insulation technology keeps cold things cold for hours. With traditional containers, heat finds its way inside. Thermos vacuum insulation creates an airless space between the interior and exterior walls of the product, minimizing temperature change within the product.
THERMOS Foogo vacuum insulated stainless steel products have been shown to inhibit the growth of bacteria in laboratory tests performed at Cornell University. (Study commissioned by Thermos L.L.C.). The results? Thermos Foogo products kept liquids cold four times longer than competitor products and inhibited bacteria growth. The milk in competitors' products had up to 5,000 times the amount of bacteria after 16 hours.
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
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.
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.
3) Size in Lunchbox
The Contigo's handle makes it harder to fit in a lunchbox, although not a huge deal for most people.
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.Read more ›
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!!!
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved the product, but it lasted less than 2 months. The straw broke and the lid does not close. No excessive wear and tear...my daughter only used it at school twice a week.Published 1 day ago by Mari
I bought this for my 2yo to take to his little summer daycare-camp with him and love it.
The button on the front is easy enough for him to open up and doesn't... Read more
I loved the bottle until I had to replace the straw. The replacement straw they sell is for the funtainer and not the Foogo! Read morePublished 2 days ago by Cat
My now 2-year-old has had these for a few months and they leak BADLY! I am extra cautious with placing the parts in, etc., and I still find spilled milk all over the house! Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
We own two of these. They are wonderful. Cleaning is as easy as it gets for children's straw cups. The leak proof function hasn't failed us yet. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Kim