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Thermos Foogo Straw Bottle, 11oz

Thermos Foogo Stainless Steel Straw Bottle

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Thermos Foogo Stainless Steel Straw Bottle

Was: S$29.90 Now: S$19.90

You save: S$10.00 (33%)
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Thermos Foogo Straw Bottle (11 ounces) is 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. It features hard spout that resists teething wear and contoured body is easy to grip. The sip valve minimizes messes and is easy to clean.

The bottle has capacity of 11oz and recommended for children 18 months and older. Available in Pink/Purple color.

Important notice: These bottles are leak-proof but only when the lid is closed.

Designs:

Thermos Foogo Straw Bottle Pink/Purple
Pink / Purple

 

 

 

Testimonials:

"Hi everyone - this bottle comes with a paper insert that states "this product is leak-proof only when the lid is in the closed and locked position." I LOVE these bottles; I taught my kids to always close it when they are done drinking and have never had a leak (and I have a 3 and 5-year old, so these cups get used and abused). It "clicks" very audibly when it closes so it's easy for them to do. But yes, if you leave the lid open, it will absolutely leak! It does NOT have a valve in it like "traditional" sippy cups, which I like because your kids don't have to suck hard; it's just a straw. The clear bottle means you can actually see how much liquid your child has left. I have been through tons of sippy cups and other "leakproof" straw bottles and these are my favorite" - Meyers

"We use these almost exclusively. I have three kids and I have one for each of them. They are truly leak proof, so I can just toss them in my purse or the diaper bag and we are good to go. They have each started using them when they were about a year old. At first they do need to be helped with opening and closing them, but they catch on pretty quickly. These aren't leak proof if the lid is left open, but I prefer them to be that way so you don't have to suck as hard to get liquid out of them and it cuts down on the pieces you have to wash and fit together. They have been very durable, my older ones are 3 years old and still going strong. I do only use them for water, I am not a big fan of traveling out and about with milk, and my kids rarely get juice. We have tried several other brands, but these are the best."

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