Innobaby Sippin’ Smart EZ Flow Straw Sippy Cup, Green, 10 Ounce

Innobaby Sippin’ Smart EZ Flow Straw Sippy Cup, Green, 10 Ounce

Innobaby’s Sippin Smart fez flow straw sippy allows fez drinking in any position with its fez flow design. Fez flex smart straw is designed to be leak resistant even when it is flipped and offers a continuous flow in any position with its weighted stainless ball. Fez transition comfort straw is designed to be durable and comfortable with its bubble shaped curve to prevent slipping while sipping and making transitioning to a straw cup easier. Fez grip lid with leak-proof silicone seal makes it 100% leak-proof. Silicone air release valve prevents liquid overflow and guarantees easy flow. Designed with a wide cup opening and curved base, Sippin Smart fez flow straw sippy is easy to clean. Set Includes 1 10 ounce cup with handles, 1 fez grip lid with flip top cap, 1 silicone ring for leak-proof seal, 1 silicone smart straw with weighted ball, 1 straw cleaning brush. BPA , Phthalates , PVC , Lead Free. Top rack dishwasher safe.

Main features

  • Smart straw with weighted stainless ball follows the liquid to provide continuous flow
  • EZ flow smart straw is designed to be leak resistant even when it is flipped
  • EZ grip lid with leak-proof silicone seal makes it 100% leak-proof
  • Silicone air release valve prevents liquid overflow and guarantees easy flow
  • Smart straw tip is designed to be durable and comfortable with its bubble shaped curve to prevent slipping while sipping and makes transition easier

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Messy and Too Clunky

I do like that this cup allows my son to get every last drop of milk up but that is about the only good thing I can say. I have to close the lid and make sure the pressure release valve is activated or this cup is a big mess and let’s face it – my son just gets ticked off when I close the lid and take it away but if I let him take his time sipping from this cup we get milk everywhere. I recommend the vital baby straw cup which is about a 3rd of the cost so just go ahead and buy three of them! This cup’s dimensions are so wide and bulky that I would never toss it in my diaper bag.

Patricia Colusa, IL
★★★★★

Broke very soon after buying it

This one ended up in the garbage unfortunately.LOVED:the weighed strawthe size: it is a bit bigger then the usual sippy cupsclosable so the straw does not get dirtyit was leakproofCons:DD dropped it 3 times, at the third the plastic lid broke into 2, rendering the cup un-closeable therefore useless. We kept using it at home, until i bought a new cup (a different kind).Too wide, it did not fit my diaper bag’s bottle pocket.It was an OK cup, but I think making a baby cup easily breakable is a major flaw. We now stick with the skip hop zoo bottles instead, they are as leak-proof as this, much skinnier so fit in my bag and they are practically indestructible. Cuter and cheaper too.

Concepcion Deer Island, OR
★★★★★

Great Sippy Cup

We purchased this for our 8-month old daughter so she could start getting used to a sippy cup. The straw is easy for her to drink from but won’t hurt the inside of her mouth. It’s easy for her to hold and the weighted straw will keep her from getting frustrated in the future when she actually gets the hang of drinking from a straw.

Tracey Saint Johns, PA
★★★★★

New 2013 Design is Terrible

It seems Innobaby changed their design for their new models and the rubber gasket is now molded to the release valave, which for whatever reason makes this cup incredibly leaky. You have to be very precise about the placement of the gasket when you screw on the top, or you’re going to have a huge mess. It’s too bad because the cups I bought in 2012 were great.

Tia Wingate, TX
★★★★★

Cute cup but….

I love the design, idea, and feel of this cup BUT…..it leaks like crazy!! My son 1 & 1/2 loves drinking out of a straw so when i found this I was excited to get it and it work for one day then the next day the fluid just keep leaking out of the straw even if the cup is sitting on the table. We found out that the air builds up and then it pushes the liquid out so you have to constantly release the air pressure in the straw and it’s a pain to keep checking the cup to make sure it’s not leaking so as we all know messy cups and not fun to keep cleaning up after! I would not recommend this cup!

Mina Rancocas, NJ
★★★★★

Broken

I liked this cup, and so did my 18 month old. It’s a little bulky, but I didn’t mind. My LO drinks a lot of water, and this saved me from having to refill his cup so often. We used the valve, and didn’t have a problem with leaks. We had this cup for a little over 2 weeks. My LO dropped it and the part of the lid that screws onto the cup broke. You would think a cup meant for a child would be a little durable. It’s not worth the money for the amount of time it lasted. Good idea, but not kid friendly durability.

Leila Osage, WY
★★★★★

Our Favorite. We have one in every color!

The Innobaby cups are my kids (ages 2.5, and 10 months) favorite! They are so easy to drink from…my little one has been using it since 6 months with no issues. My 2 yr old was used to tipping a sippy cup – and had trouble with regular straws…this straw is soft and flexible with a weighted ball on the end that follows the fluid around, so no matter what angle they sip from, they are getting water!I have washed these cups in the dishwasher over a dozen times with no breaking. Also, for those who complain of leaks – 2 words: Release Valve. I keep this cup, without the lid, in my diaper bag, and haven’t had any problems. The liquid only creeps up when the fluid is much colder than room temp. So if that is the case, we use the lid and valve to control leaks.I was really surprised at the poor rating/reviews here. I have worked in daycare, as a nanny, and been a mom …I’ve used more sippy cups than I can count, and these are, hands down, one of the BEST out there. Especially when it comes to ease of use. I’d rather deal with a little cold water creeping up a straw than have my children sucking on air, or unable to get water from their cups. Straws are also much better for language development than sippers – so ultimately, this is a better choice. I recommend them to everyone!

Kerri Harrison Township, MI