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The Perfect Sippy Cup

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Finding the perfect sippy cup is a challenge. Ugh, the leaks, the lost straws, the clunky designs. We've got a find to share from Zoli (www.zolibaby.com) the makers of cleverly designed and safely manufactured feeding and baby care accessories. Let us introduce the BOT, a straw sippy cup that is unquestionably the best.

What makes the BOT so great:

  • Designed with a siliflex straw and weighted ball so the straw always moves to the liquid regardless of how the cup is tilted (no more tilting the cup to get to the fluid).
  • Simple two part design (yes, only 2 parts, an integrated top & handle and the cup).
  • Valveless to make it easier for children to drink (fluid comes out with minimal sucking), though some drips or leaks may occur as a result.
  • Easy to open and close the lid.
  • Measuring system on the cup. You can fill it up to 6oz.
  • PVC, nitrosamine, BPA & Phthalate free.
  • $12.00 on Amazon.com

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