Boon Snug Straw, Pink/Purple/Blue, (Pack of 3)
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- Turn any cup into a sippy
- Stretches over most cup sizes (2.5”-3.75” diameter)
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LET’S DRINK TO THIS. Okay, technically Snug is made for kids who are old enough to drink through a straw but not old enough to stop spilling their drinks all over kingdom come. But the real beauty is that it’s perfect for just about anyone (you included, Butterfingers). Snug silicone straw lids fit over any regular cup with a 2.5”–3” diameter. Just pop in a straw and start sucking.
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I still only gave the product 4 stars because of the hard PLASTIC straws without a bend in them and the fact that my son likes to shake his drink up and down so with the straw in the correct hole, the vent hole is now wide open to have water come out of it if it's shaken up and down like an excited toddler would do.
For anyone who is wondering, it DOES pass the pinch test, I just checked and these do not change color when squeezed and twisted (means no fillers added to the silicone).
This was my original review (2 stars) before I knew how to use these!
Good idea in theory, just not exactly useful for us due to the fact that my 14 month old only wants to push the top center down and make water gush out the top of the straw. He thinks it's hilarious. The product does have an air vent probably to try to prevent this, but it does not work to keep water from gushing out.
If I put a disposable straw in and hold the bottle myself and not let my son hold it, he can drink out of it without spilling.
Also if the straws were silicone and bendable I could justify spending the money just for the straws but they are hard plastic and do not have a bend in them making them even harder to use becuase you have to have it angled correctly to get liquid and not air. (Or tilt your head down to suck it). Easy for an adult to do but not so much for a 1 year old.
I was reading reviews for stainless steel cups, which we have, and noticed that someone had taken a photo of these lids on her stainless steel kids cups. I immediately bought the lids. We prefer our stainless steel cups, but my oldest daughter (3) loves to put her food in her drink cups and play with it (what a mess!!) and my youngest daughter (1.5) loves to throw her cups on the floor. I'm tired of her cups breaking!!
I bought these lids with smoothies in mind...we have smoothies just about every day and haven't been able to use the stainless steel cups because they don't come with lids. However, now that I have these Boon lids, the kids can still have their smoothies in their nice steel cups without spilling them! Perfect! no more cheap plastic cups that are impossible to wash and break so easily!!
I've tipped the cups sideways and upside down to see whether or not my kids can keep these in their stroller. No problem! There is almost an airtight seal to the lid that prevents leakage...as long as the kid isn't pressing down on the lid with her finger or the straw.
To get the lids on, simply stretch them across the top of the cup while holding the cup. It's a little tricky the first time you do it, but not a big deal after that.
The only issue I've had with them is that my youngest daughter likes to pull the straw out, which creates a little spillage. We're trying to break her of that hobby, but until then, we have to keep a close eye on her. I'd love for these to have a little bumper that prevents the kid from pulling the straw out.
Check out the video I made to get a better look at how the product works.
HOWEVER. I've had/been using these for less than a week and two holes have developed in one. Seems to be a thin spot in the silicone. :/ Huge bummer.
The straws are poly-carbonate, but it wasn't hard for me to insert my own silicone "bubba big straw", which is nice for the better length anyway.
We'll give a toddler some time with it and update if there appear any structural problems.