Free of Bisphenol-A (BPA), phthalates, nitrosamines, lead, PVC, PET, and biologically harmful chemicals.
No spill straw! - features our cross cut design.
Extra soft, medical grade silicone, straw provides an easy transition from sippy cup to the next stage of feeding straw bottles.
Perfect for 16 to 48 months.
Comes with easy to close swivel top which reduces the chance of spillage during travel and protects the straw from coming into contact with foreign substances.
Dishwasher Safe (top rack recommended)
Number of Pieces: 1
Dimensions (Overall): 6.8 inches (H) x 2.4 inches (W)
Suggested Age: 1-4 years
Used For: Cold beverages
Lid Material: Silicone, Polypropylene
Capacity (Volume): 9 ounces
Material: Polypropylene, Silicone
Care & Cleaning: Dishwasher-safe top rack only
Warranty: No Warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869
Item Number (DPCI): 030-05-3492
When it's time for your little one to give up the sippy cup, transition them easily with this Toddler Straw Cup from Thinkbaby. The super soft silicone straw won't hurt sensitive gums and its no-spill design keeps drinks in the cup. Protect the straw from germs with the easy to close swivel top, making this the perfect cup for traveling. Two side handles make it easy for tiny hands to hold onto their new cup. The straw features a cross cut design so they do not spill when held upside down, which obviously happens...quite often. The top of the bottle features a easy to close cover to keep it from coming into contact with foreign substances.
These are by far, our favorite straw cup. We recently transitioned our son from a bottle to a straw cup. We went through many cups before ordering this one. Every cup we tried leaked and this one has yet to leak. I ordered four more.
My 2 year old has had this cup for almost 2 months now. It works great in the beginning, but he uses it ALOT. Now it leaks because he chews on the straw and he has learned how to take the cap off (the cap that is used to put the straw away). I found it pointless to put the cap back on just for it to be taken off within 10 seconds of my toddler having his cup. He also LOVES bending his straw into the deep crevice where the straw is coming out, so we usually have to take a fork and pry the straw out so he can drink out of his cup. And when he decides he is not thirsty for what we put in his cup he likes to turn his cup upside down and let his drink spell out of his leaking straw. I also found that when cleaning the cup it is very hard to clean the cover on the inside. Other than that, it worked great in the beginning!