Anyone have suggestions on a leak proof sippie cup with a straw (brand and where to find it)? Every cup that I try leaks when tipped over!

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Jennifer - posted on 02/04/2009

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Well I seem to be in the minoritory on this but I found that Nuby's (like all the rest) start off great then somehow they start leaking on me could just be my son though (nickname Destructor :)) I just bought a new Playtex cup from Target with a locking lid and so far so good...and not AS hard to clean the straw, but still a weird one. Good luck!

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Cheryl - posted on 02/04/2009

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I bought 4 different brands of straw cups and I like the playtex cups the best. I don't recall them ever leaking or dripping. And they are easy enough to clean. I have the dishwasher basket with the little holes for straws in them.

Lindsay - posted on 02/03/2009

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Nubys do work great unless they are thrown on the floor or your child chews the nipple and breaks what make it leak proof. There is a cup made by Munchkin (they come with different characters on them) that has a straw and a little flip top to close when not drinking. This is the only cup the has proved "leak proof" and indestructable so far.

Gretchen - posted on 02/03/2009

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the most leak proof sipper I've bought is the Nuby brand sport bottle. It has a straw shaped silicone topper. Best leak guard of all that i've tried.

Jaime - posted on 02/03/2009

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Thanks guys for all the feedback. I bought the Nuby with the straw and love it--eventhough it is a pain the tush to clean!

Bonnie - posted on 02/01/2009

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i know it may be wierd but i used to use qtips to clean the straws from those nuby cups!! worked for me!!

Kim - posted on 02/01/2009

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Nuby cups work great for us, no leaks and you can get insulated or non-insulated cups. I've found them at Walmart and other baby supply stores. I typically just put the cups in the dishwasher, unassemble the straw and throw them in with the silverware and they're always clean!

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Nuby at Walmart works and I promise it won't leak!  I clean my daughter's straw things with a nipple brush that is really slim, and throw the rest in the dishwasher.

Sade - posted on 02/01/2009

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If u pull really hard the straw will come apart. I used the small end of the bottle brush to clean in the inside. Its a great product just really difficult to clean. I use to just buy a new one everytime i went to walmart LOL.

Jaime - posted on 02/01/2009

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I bought the Nuby-it workds great, but how do you clean the straw? I've tried running hot water through it, squeezing, blowing through it, nothing seems to get it really clean. Any tricks?

Amanda - posted on 01/31/2009

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I love the playtex baby einstein ones...unless they aren't closed properly they don't leak for me. The straws aren't confusing to put together either :)

Valerie - posted on 01/31/2009

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I hate leaky sippy's! After searching high and low, the one's that DO NOT LEAK are made by Gerber, they come in plain colors like blue and orange and change colors when filled. They are sort of hourglass shaped. Good luck!

Sade - posted on 01/31/2009

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the nuby makes one with a straw its completey leak proof also shatter proof. LOL

Jaime - posted on 01/28/2009

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Does the Nuby make a sippie with a straw? I've only seen them without a straw. I have used Playskool and Muchkin sippie straw cups, which leak. I don't recall trying Playtex. Next time I'm at the store I will look for one. Thanks a ton for your help/suggestions!

Sade - posted on 01/28/2009

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Have u tried the Nuby it works pretty good. Its kinda hard to clean. U can find it @ Walmart

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