Best sippy cups? user banned
Jan 10th '13

I just tossed a bunch of DD's sippy cups because they sucked horribly and leaked everywhere.
These are the ones I just threw away:
pTRU1-12046576reg.jpgWhat are your favorite sippies to use?

Chellie 3 kids; Vegas, Nv, United States 4824 posts
Jan 10th '13

Ha I have one of those. It only started leaking after I put it in the dishwasher. I have the stage up from those that are bigger with no handles and they were great until DS destroyed the spout by chewing on it.

I got a pack of cups and containers from Sams Club a year ago with hard spout cups, straw cups and different size storage containers for kids. Again the only issue I had was after putting in the dishwasher even though they say dishwasher safe. I think it was ziploc brand though.

Mama VC 18 kids; Tillson, New York 928 posts
Jan 10th '13

I talk up my sippy cups of choice all the time because they truly are leak-proof and easy to clean and my daughter loves them (and they have an attacked cap!). They are made by Tommy Tippy, which is a great brand in general, and you get buy them on Amazon...

.t a y l o r. 3 kids; Indiana 3847 posts
Jan 10th '13

I use these for my 16 month old and 2.5 year old. My youngest LOVES to chew through the soft tipped ones, so hard tops are the only ones that last, lol.
AND they're color changing :D Like cold makes it dark and warm makes it pastel.[m]&wl3=13688611630&wl4=&wl5=pla&veh=sem

Peyton'sMommy♥ 1 child; Germantown, OH, United States 16842 posts
Jan 10th '13

Peyton really likes the Playtex Twist and Click Insulated ones right now. They are great for keeping his drinks cold while he's playing or whatever. I learned quickly that any soft spout sippy cup he either chews on or he presses it on the floor causing it to spill out and make a mess. So I use any cup that has a hard spout now.

NothingToSeeHere. 1 child; Wonderland, US, United States 5717 posts
Jan 11th '13

I recently bought some of these at walmart and they have been pretty good.