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Satisfy an extra-large thirst with the Zoli Bot XL Sippy Cup! This deluxe version of the well-loved sippy cup for toddlers works the same as the original, but the 9 ounce capacity will satisfy bigger and thirstier kids.
What sets the Zoli Bot XL Sippy Cup apart from the average baby cup? The secret of the sippy is in the straw: the flexible silicone straw is soft and gentle to baby’s mouth, and doesn’t require a lot of suction to get water, milk, or juice out.
Best of all, the innovative Zoli Bot Sippy Cup straw lets your baby get at every drop of liquid in the cup without having to learn to tip it properly. The weighted straw follows the liquid around the sippy cup, so no matter how the cup is tilted, your child will be able to drink every bit of her beverage.
The simple design of the Zoli Bot XL Sippy Cup prevents leaks without complicated, hard-to-clean, and easy-to-lose valves. Reviewers suggest not tightening the sippy cup lid too much, to avoid building up pressure that can cause liquid to bubble up the straw.
And of course, the Zoli Bot XL Sippy Cup is made with completely nontoxic materials: the easy-to-grip handle, lid, and base are made with polypropylene, and the straw is made with food-grade silicone. No BPA or phthalates! Use with children ages 9 months and up.
easy to use, has a flip lid, allows child to tip cup and still be able to drink through the straw
I do love these sippy cups! My favorite feature is the flip lid to cover the straw. It makes it easier to keep the straw clean. I also like how even if my toddler tips the cup upside down while drinking from it, she is still able to get the fluid out because the straw is so flexible. The only trouble I seem to have with this cup is some leaking. It is really important to let the air out of the straw after each use otherwise it will leak.
Easy to use, Not many parts, No leaks
Straw and bottom weight a bit hard to clean
My 14mo son was having the hardest time learning how to drink from a straw. Some cups had too tight a valve some leaked if tipped. Saw this cup and thought it was worth a try. No matter which way he held the cup the straw was always in the liquid. The crosshatch at the top of the straw allowed him the perfect amount of suction. He learned that to drink from other cups he had to hold the cup the right way. We still use this cup even after he can drink from so many others. Would reccomend this to any other parent. Great trainer!