Boon Snug Spout Lids Pink Multi
3 Pack
You have a half dozen sippy cups (never enough) and a half million regular cups (way too many). But get yourself a SNUG and you’ll have 500,006 sippy cups! That’s because SNUG silicone sippy lids fit over any regular cup with a 2.5”–3.75” diameter and instantly prevent that cup from spewing its contents when knocked over or tossed off a high chair (not that that’s ever happened). Hooray for cleanliness.

  • Turn your cup into a sippy
  • Spill-proof
  • Stretches over most cup sizes (2.5”-3.75” diameter)
  • 100% Silicone lids
  • Includes 3 lids
  • Recommended age: 9m+
  • BPA, PVC and Phthalate Free
Wash thoroughly before initial use and after each use. Wash each piece separately. Dishwasher-safe or hand wash in warm, soapy water. DO NOT microwave. Can be boiled or sterilized.

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Elizabeth: a few months ago

update on last review:
really disappointed, they all have holes in them now. Not sure how this is happening but I presume my son is biting through them....which tells me they are not designed for kids.

B: a few months ago

Love the concept and the use of it. We put it on mini mason jars and old Tupperware cups as well as an old stainless steel water bottle that's lid went my missing. My kids love them and they are so easy to clean which is my favorite part.

My only disapointment is that after 2 weeks my 11 month son somehow made a cut in it. Surprisingly it is still useful and doesn't leak much.

Michelle: a few months ago

These sippy lids are fantastic. I really wanted to give my daughter a sippy cup that had NO plastic. I use these lids with Klean Kanteen 10 ounce steel cups that I ordered from amazon. They are perfectly compatible and provide a plastic free (unbreakable) sipply cup. I leave one at daycare and use one at home. My daughter loves the silicone sippy nipple (20mos old) and they rarely leak; unless she really tries to turn the cup upside down and shake out some little droplets of liquid. 5 star product!

Jen: more than a year ago

Awesome idea for a solution to all the missing cup pieces with a lid, insert and cup. Just add to existing cup. Only issue was taking off the lid when liquid was still in the cup, as I spilled quite a bit, maybe it just takes more practice.

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