A few commenters noted that this sippy cup leaked after 3-5 months of usage. Our reviewer has not had a problem. -Admin
Guest post by Mommy of a Monster and Twins.
See these cups? Guess what…they don’t leak!! I know you don’t believe me – I wouldn’t believe it if someone told me the same thing – but I was in shock and awe to find out that these cups seriously DO NOT LEAK.
So now you want to know what they are, right? Well, they are The First Years/Learning Curve 9 ounce insulated sippy cups.
Let me start out by saying that I hate supposed non-spill sippy cups because they always spill. ALWAYS. No matter what the claim, no matter what the brand, they all spill. Except these cups really don’t!
I bought them at my local grocery story one day when we were going out and about for the day and I forgot the girls’ sippy cups. Instead of going home, I just picked up a couple of new ones. These cups are BPA free, and were about 5 bucks each. And of course, they had little princesses all over them for my little princesses. They are insulated and sweat proof, too.
But one of the best parts, which I didn’t realize when I bought them, they are valve-free! Well, actually the spill-proof valve is built into the lid…that means there isn’t extra little plastic pieces you have to worry about cleaning and losing.
Yes seriously, I was so excited about these sippy cups that really didn’t leak, that I immediately went out and bought 2 more, and then I contacted Alex to see if I could post a review of them on here! They are that good, and I highly, HIGHLY recommend them.
But because I want to give you full disclosure, I will say that my sister bought one and hers did in fact leak. So I went on to Amazon.com to read reviews, and another person said they never had a problem until they bought what they called a “defective” one that did leak. I have four of them now, and not one dropped has leaked anywhere.
So I stand strongly by this review and will still continue to recommend them to any and everybody!
Natalie is a SAHM of three children: her 3-year-old son and 1-year-old twin girls. She writes Mommy of a Monster and Twins, which is all about the day-to-day chaos that comes with chasing three kids in three different directions, usually all at the same time. In her free time, which she rarely has anymore, she reads, writes, cooks, gardens, drinks wine, and works as a social media consultant.