Glass Sip 'n Straw Cup – Pink

One 4 oz cup

Retail Price: $20.00


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One 4 oz cup

Why You’ll Love It

Safe from the inside out! In the Glass Sip 'n Straw Cup, liquids only touch silicone and glass, which are safe materials that will not absorb odors or tastes. Sippy cup features a glass-lined cup with shock-absorbent rubber base. Includes 2 interchangeable tops for easy transitions: no-drip silicone sippy top for use as a sippy cup and silicone straw top for use as a straw cup that promotes healthy teeth development.
SKU: 715418119540

About This Brand

green sprouts® focuses on protecting babies on the inside. Babies explore through their senses and are vulnerable to elements in their environment. green sprouts® products are designed to protect them as much as possible from potentially harmful substances. All green sprouts® products are free from PVC, BPA, and formamides.
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Ingredients

Silicone and glass with rubber base.


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Reviews For Glass Sip 'n Straw Cup – Pink

Based on 3 Reviews

My daughter loves it!

I love that it's glass inside so that the liquid doesn't touch the plastic. This is the only sippy cup my 16 month old daughter likes, and the only one she will use. She refuses to use any other sippy cup I give her. Definitely was worth it! I'll be purchasing more products from green sprouts. I absolutely love everything about them.

- Shantall Diaz

At least WHEN it breaks it's contained

We purchased two of these for our 12 month old daughter. I quickly fell in love with them. She's your average 12 month old and when she finished with her drink, she'd toss her cup on the floor. We only have vinyl flooring and within less than a week of rotating the pink and green, the green one is in the garbage. It must have landed just the right way. I still think he cups are a great concept and fine if maybe she's your first child so you can be standing next to her ready to catch when she tosses it. Otherwise, just know you probably won't get much use out of it.

- Amy

Penny's favorite cup!

I ordered this cup because I wanted something made of glass for my daughter to drink out of but I also wanted it to stand up to being dropped or thrown. This cup is everything I wanted. My daughter will only use this cup and accepts nothing other than it! So I highly recommend it!
It does have a lot of parts but I think it is definitely worth it. That's just how this cup works.

- Brittany

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