green sprouts 8 Ounce Trainer Bottle, Blue

green sprouts 8 Ounce Trainer Bottle, Blue

BPA and Phthalate free. Easy to grasp handles. Toddler size, soft sipper with cap cover for easy transitions from bottle to cup. Durable and dishwasher safe. 8 ounce.

Main features

  • BPA and phthalate free
  • Toddler size, soft sipper with cap cover for easy transitions from bottle to cup
  • Durable and dishwasher safe
  • Easy to grasp handles
  • 8 ounce

Verified reviews


My 6 month old baby immediately loved it

She smiles when she sees this bottle. The soft rubbery tip feels great on her gums and those handles are great for little hands. she is almost able to hold it on her own. she doesnt like water but this kind of tricks her into drinking water. Only issue I had you have to spend little time to make sure you correctly have screwed the top on right otherwise it leaks. The cutest bpa free bottle out in my opinion.

Melba Varnville, SC

Melted in my diswasher!

I’m not sure if my dishwasher is extra hot (it is an extra crappy dishwasher … so maybe?), but it melted the bottle on the top rack. I gotta say, I need a sippy that is truly diswasher safe. I was saddened, since the cup is so cute.

Tammie Eureka Springs, AR

Great cup

Bought this for my 6 month old. She was easily able to use it and it has become her favorite.

Sue Stockbridge, MA

Great sippy cup

Either sippy cups had handles that moved making it hard for my daughter to manage when she first started, wasn’t BPA free or the sipper was too hard. This one not only met all of our needs, but is a great transition cup seeing my daughter who is breastfed will not take a bottle for a sitter now that she is drinking from a sippy. However, she will drink breastmilk from this one. I think its because of the way the sipper is shaped and that it is soft. The only reason I didn’t give it 5 stars is because occasionally my daughter will chew on the sipper and the liquid leaks out. Other than that is does not leak.

Pat Industry, IL

Perfect transition from bottle to sippy or straw cup

The unique shaped nipple (similar to a traffic cone with a wide base) is close enough to a bottle, that my son had no trouble transitioning to this cup at around 6 months. The only downside is that he didn’t use this bottle very long before transitioning again to a sippy cup and then a straw cup (by 8-9 months). Had I known how quickly he would be ready to move on, I wouldn’t have bought so many of these. Regardless, I still highly recommend it.

Hester Stoddard, WI

Poor design.

I bought the pink one…wanted to love this cup…paid $$$ a lot for it. Brought it home from the store…assembled it…tested the nipple part with my mouth…barely any liquid water came out. I had to turn the cup to the awkward edge of the nipple and squeeze and then liquid came out. You naturally want to put your mouth over the obvious wider flatter head of the nipple, but nothing comes out AT ALL. I am an adult too with heavy suction ability…NOTHING….but sideways, at a weird angle, I can get some out. Also, this frackin bottle leaked all over me. You have to really really really attempt to line up the nipple head with the screw indentions on the bottle. It doesn’t naturally screw on. Poor Design.Update…the top is getting easier and simpler to screw on properly. But I still don’t use it because of the nipple…I don’t want to cut it either.

Chelsey Baxter, TN