sippie cup

Stephanie - posted on 11/10/2008 ( 6 moms have responded )

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Can anyone suggest a sippy cup that dosn't leak? We like the nubby cups, but they don't last very long before they pour out all over my living room carpet!

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Yvonne - posted on 11/11/2008

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for a toddler id only buy the playtex ones that look like coffee thermoses. they cost more but worth it. they are ALL i use. so spills ever. unless i forget to screw on the lid. eek.

i used the nubby. but, you have to replace the nipples every couple months. the new nipples they have as replacements are much better made then they were a year of so ago.

these are the easiest to clean and least likely to leak in my opinion. avoid straw types. sports bottle types, etc. we didnt do juice, and IF we did we did just a splash and only apple or something clear.

Ashley - posted on 11/10/2008

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All of them I have used leak. I just have my son keep juice at the table, and he can walk around with water.

Sally - posted on 11/10/2008

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I used the Gerber ones with my first and just bought some for my 4 1/2 month old. I like the ones that are curved when they are first learning. They also have a soft spout so they're really good for beginners. I've never had any problems with leaking with the Gerber. They have two different ones. The Sip and Smile and the Fun Grips. They are both really good.

Rachel - posted on 11/10/2008

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When did you start using the sippy cup? My daughter is 5 months, we haven't started food yet, but I just purchased the "safe sippy" to be ready.

Jaime - posted on 11/10/2008

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I use the Nuby cups too, but we only use them for water so I don't mind if they leak a bit. :-)

As for ones that don't leak, the Gerber Graduates ones were good, and I've heard the Boon sippy cup is really good too.

Alicia - posted on 11/10/2008

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I like the ones that have valves internal. We used nubby for a while but found that they were poking holes in them tops with their straws. They have a fast and slow valve so it works for us well

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