The Safe Sippy 2 is an innovative sippy and straw cup all in one. When your child gets too big for the 'sippy' mode, The Safe Sippy 2 can be instantly converted to a straw cup with the included straw and straw adapter.
Stainless steel interior, and BPA Free plastic top and straw. 11 Ounces.
Kid Basix Safe Sippy 2 | 2-in-1 Straw and Sippy Cup
Kid Basix created The Safe Sippy™ drink cup in response to parents’ growing concerns about Bisphenol A and other harmful chemicals present in many plastic bottles. Now, we have expanded the “Safe” brand to include The Safe Starter™ stainless steel baby bottle and The Safe Sporter™ sports bottles to provide safe, reusable drink ware for the entire family.
Why go with stainless steel bottles from Kid Basix when so many BPA-free plastic bottles are available now? We can give you 300 billion reasons. That’s the approximate number of plastic water bottles discarded around the world every year. Enough to power 12 million cars for an entire year. And that’s just the water bottles! It doesn’t include all the plastic bottles used for sodas, sports drinks, fruit juices and the like. All told, the plastic bottles we throw away each year would reach to the moon and back – 1500 times. So using reusable stainless steel bottles makes sense on every level: personal, local and global.
Safe Sippy 2
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I have one already for my son, and I just love it! He is teething so it works great for us. He has ruined all of his other cups, but this one else has lasted the longest. This cup is heavy duty, and does not spill. Major plus for our family.
(Posted on 12/31/2015)
My daughter refused all bottles and sippy cups her whole life. We offered her water from a glass, but it is a hassle to have to help her hold and drink from an open cup all the time. We tried a couple different brands but she just wasn't "getting" the sippy cup concept (9 months old). I ordered this one, washed it and put a smoothie in it. I checked to make sure the suction worked on the straw (it does!) then handed it to her. She immediately grabbed it and started drinking her smoothie all by herself! A first! I like that it offered my daughter a chance to drink independently.
The handles are great for her little hands and I love that they come off for bigger kids. They have some wiggle room so you don't have to worry about lining up the sippy part perfectly. My only complaints are minor design ones. There is no air valve, so a cold drink will warm up and the change in pressure will push it out the straw. The lower plastic part is a little weird (bows out so the cup wobbles a little- not a flat base on mine) and it's easy to get stuff stuck between the cover and the bottle, but hard to get it un-stuck. These are minor troubles when you consider how easy it is for my daughter to use! I dislike that the only co-ordinating color is orange- weird!
(Posted on 1/26/2015)
i love this water bottle and so does my 14 month old! He loves the handles and it's easy for him to drink from. I was concerned when I opened the package to see that the drinking spout was so hard, but it doesn't bother my baby any. It's easy to clean. It just leaks a little if you turn it upside down and don't have the interior travel cap on. I would recommend.
(Posted on 1/5/2015)
I love how I only have to buy one sippy for each child that is durable and also grows with them! Super economical! Not to mention the benefits of having your child drink from stainless steel as opposed to plastic!
(Posted on 10/29/2014)
A friend got this for my son and we have started to use it recently and are so impressed by it. I love how it can grow with your child from baby to toddler! I have not seen anything like it on the market that can compare!
(Posted on 11/27/2011)
we recently purchased this sippy from a local momma and we love it! it is very sturdy and I love having the peace of mind that my son is safe using this come because he won't be exposed to the yucky chemicals in plastic. we love the straw feature to this cup
(Posted on 5/12/2010)