Nalgene 12 Ounce Grip-n-Gulp Bottle

  • Description & Features

Nalgene has taken on Mt. Everest. Now they're ready for toddlers!

Nalgene containers have stood up to some of the world's most extreme conditions. Small potatoes compared to small children.

This Nalgene Grip'n Gulp™ is tough enough to survive being thrown from a moving minivan, spill proof enough to compel parents to blame the rug stains on the dog, and odor proof enough to allow leftover milk to go undetected under the couch for months. Most importantly, its a great way for little kids to reach new heights!

Features:

  • Side indents are easy for tiny hands to grasp
  • Rubberized lid and smooth plastic mouthpiece make drinking comfortable
  • Superior threading on cup and lid is engineered to prevent spills
  • Durable Tritan resists odors, stains, and residue
  • Cup, lid, and removable sipper valve are all top rack dishwasher safe
  • Lid loop can be clipped to backpack, diaper bag, or stroller
  • Twelve-ounce cup is compatible with On The Go, All-Terrain, and wide-mouth Nalgene Bottles
  • This bottle is manufactured from Eastman Tritan copolyester that is manufactured without BPA
Size Information: 12 oz. capacity

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Durable but inefficient I have gone through so many cups and bottles and was hoping this was finally the one… but it doesn’t come with anything to protect the mouthpiece so although it is spillproof, I can’t take it on the go because I don’t want the mouthpiece exposed to germs. The valve that makes it spill proof also makes it very difficult to suck anything out of the cup. Once removed it is a nice flow but then is no longer spill proof. Annoying. Feels well made and my toddler likes it but I’m left searching for yet ANOTHER vessel I can use to take water on the go for toddler
Date published: 2021-09-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from this is a sippy cup, not a water bottle The blurb for this product says it is spill proof. It is not. This is not a waterbottle that a kid can carry in a back pack. It is a sippy cup with a mouthpiece that leaks. My almost 4-year old grandson didn't like the sippy thing at all, and I tried it myself and it is very hard to drink out of --you have to suck very hard to get enough to swallow--and yet it's not leak proof enough to put in a school backpack. A very expensive and non-functional bottle. The only redeeming feature is that the diameter of neck of the bottle is the same as a standard 1 litre Nalgene bottle, so the regular lids from those bottles fit this little one. I would not have bought a sippy cup for a four-year old, and I think the product description should do a better job at explaining what this is.
Date published: 2021-10-03
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