- 100% Plastic
- Made in US
- Set of two no spill cups made from recycled milk jugs (FDA approved recycled plastic)
- All Re Play products are made in the USA
- Easy clean silicone valve
- BPA free, phthalate free, PVC free, melamine free
- Dimensions: 625″ by 3125″ by 3125″
Easy transition from bottles
My 12 month old transitioned from the bottle straight to these. We tried sippy cups with silicone nipples but he chews on them and collapses them. Enter these. I love that I don’t have so many parts to clean like other sippy cups (only 3 pieces with these) and they don’t leak. They are very durable for a 12 month old little boy to bang on everything. I love that they are free of alot of the nasty chemicals in other plastic sippy cups.
I love these cups! We have the plates, bowls, and utensils from re-play and they are all fantastic! I love that these cups don’t leak, are easy for my daughter to drink out of and come in fun colors.
We love these, although they are large & quite heavy
I wanted to replace my daughters sippy cups that she has had since she was around 6 months (She’s almost 2 now). She uses a cup with no lid at meal times & a straw cup when we are out & about. But at home we like the cups with lids as she is forever knocking her cup over. We take out the valves so they are a fast flow so they do leak when tipped but as we only ever use water it’s not a big deal. A little less mess than a cup without a lid. I was surprised at how heavy they are, not a problem for my toddler but for a younger child this might be an issue. They are also large, again great for us with an older child but might be a bit much for a younger kiddo. They feel nice & sturdy. Lid feels tight once on & I like the colors. I only hand wash plastics although these are dishwasher safe. It’s be dropped from a height onto hard wood floors and survived.
Good cups with one bad flaw.
I really liked these cups in the beginning. Easy to clean, good grip for the kids and easy to drink from. However, the one thing that is bad is the valve. After a while, the valve does not stay on the lid and falls into the cup. This allows for no restrictions on the fluid and it usually goes all over the place. It seems after a while the valve loses the ability to grip or it loosens up to not hold onto the lid. I don’t see anywhere to buy replacement valves. Disappointed.
2 year old immediately loves it!
I’ve been in search of the perfect sippy cup and I think I found it. Where do I start? They have a textured outside and sturdy material. It’s super easy to clean and dishwasher safe (top shelf). The valve is easy to remove and clean (I put it in a dishwasher basket- top shelf). The cup has a screw on cap that seals really well and surprisingly, it does not leak! Throw it on the floor, toss it like a batton, and no leaks. I tried drinking out if it to see how difficult it would be for my toddler and at first it didn’t work (the valve slit was stuck together), after I fixed the valve slit, the sippy cup worked awesome. It requires the child to suck to get liquid but once they’ve got the hang of that, you can remove the valve and let it free flow. And by free flow, there’s three small hoes on top so not too much will come out. I love that this works like its suppose to and I love that it’s essentially a three stage cup. First it’s a sippy with a stopper valve, then it’s a sippy cup with no valve, and finally it can be a standard cup. Great product for a great price.