Munchkin Click Lock Flip Straw Cups
Assorted Colors 2 Cups x 9 oz each
Toddlers and messes go hand in hand, but you can eliminate at least one kind of leak with Munchkin's Click Lock® sippy cups, which come with a 100% leak-proof guarantee! These innovative toddler cups have flipping straws and feature a simple locking lid that closes to create a leak-proof seal. You can see, hear and feel the cup lock in place, so you have triple assurance against dribbles and drips. Munchkin even backs this no-leak promise with a 100% replacement guarantee. Secured, and rest assured - this might just be the sippy cup of your dreams.

  • 9 oz capacity for water, milk or juice
  • No room for error - locks in place with an audible click
  • Soft, flexible leak-proof straw flips up and out when ready to drink
  • BPA-free, top rack dishwasher-safe
  • 12+ months

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Darlene: a few months ago

My son loves them. Took him a bit to figure them out, but now he specifically points to them

Kirsten: about a year ago

Didn't like these at all. My daughter couldn't get anything out of them and got frustrated so I ended up giving them away.

Paige: more than a year ago

These are great cups! My 17 month old loves them. Just make sure you read the instructions on how to open up the valve in the straw before first use. The reviewers saying hardly any liquid comes out probably didn't release the valve.

Shalimar: more than a year ago

After dealing with another brand of sippy cup that leaked EVERYWHERE, I'm so happy to have found these! They do take a bit of getting used to to make sure they don't leak, and that the flow is good, but once you have that mastered, they're pretty reliable.

Katherine: more than a year ago

The worst cup I have ever bought. I put soy drink in one of the bottles, it "sprayed" and spilled every time my 20 month old drank. I tried water only in the other bottle, my kid couldn't get any water out of it until I pushed the opening using a pair of scissors and after that it was still hard to get any water. Let alone it's hard to assemble after cleaning.

Christina: more than a year ago

This are very practical to have and fit easily in our going out bag. My 16 month old has no problem holding it. It took him a few days to get the hang of a straw (first time for him) although I found it was a little hard to sip water out if it myself in the very beginning but now it flows much easier. Needed to be broken in?!?! I have no issues cleaning it but i also have the cleaning tools to clean the straw so for those of you who don't it's not as easy to clean, if you want to get in there.

Candice: more than a year ago

Finally a leak proof sippy cup that lives up to it's claim! This has becomes new favorite cup as I no longer have to worry about leaks in my diaper bag. I like the fact that even though it is leak Proof it is still easy for the kids to drink from (some straws on leak proof cups are difficult to get any liquid from).

Marcella: more than a year ago

I'm quite satisfied with these cups, they're one of the first ones I reach for when getting my daughter a drink. I agree with another reviewer, they are kinda ugly and not the easiest to clean due to shape & design so I'll take a star away for those reasons. With most sippy cups, especially ones with a straw, having a bottle & straw brush is a must to get it cleaned properly. It's not that hard to disassemble/reassemble once you've done it a couple of times. I love the slim design without handles because it fits so nicely into any bag (even my purse) or bottle pocket. I haven't had any issues with leaks except for a couple of times but I think I (or my husband) must have not assembled it properly because it was all good when I took it apart and put it back together. Overall, it's great cup for the price and I'd certainly recommend it.

Amy: more than a year ago

These are the only straw cups I've been able to find that are actually leak-proof. They're pretty easy to put back together once you get the hang of it. I just wish they weren't such garish colours. You also need a bottle brush since the insides aren't smooth. Worth it to avoid puddles of milk on the floor.

Joanne: more than a year ago

It is quite difficult to remove or insert the top cap that folds the straw. My little one and myself have a hard time getting any fluids out. I'm not sure if the latter is due to something I am doing wrong, but it shouldn't be this difficult to take apart, wash, and reassemble a sippy cup properly. We have not had any leaks (but this could be due to a lack of fluids being able to exit via the straw). The product seems pretty sturdy, and the silicone straw has stood up to some knawing from a teething 12 month old. I would have given this product a higher rating if it was easier for my little one to drink from it.

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