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Pura Kiki XL Sipper Spouts
2 Pack
In accordance with the desires of leading pediatricians, this new XL Sipper was designed to be stiff and free flowing to support the natural development of teeth and gums in toddlers. Noting that most silicone spouts are fragile, they also reinforced the tip of the spout to better withstand the teething instincts of growing toddlers.

Features:
  • 100% plastic-free toddler spout crafted from medical grade silicone
  • Reinforced spout opening is much more durable than old spout
  • Firmer silicone allows for free flow of liquids and natural formation of teeth and gums
  • Each pack contains two XL Sipper Spouts

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Gina: about a year ago

Love these sippy spouts. I needed a non-toxic bottle for my toddler, and after tons of research pura kiki came out as the top brand. I bought the Pura Kiki infant bottle and switched out the nipple for these sippy spouts. They work great. Just a bit pricey! Worth it to avoid the chemicals for my little girl!


Chloe: about a year ago

I prefer the spout on this to others on the market because it's longer and easy to latch onto rather then the very short spout on other cups making it a great first cup transition from breast to sippy cup.


Melissa: more than a year ago

Nice way to transition from bottle to sippy cup.


Candace: more than a year ago

I bought the sipper spouts to go with the infant bottle because it's easy for my 13 month old to hold. It's great because he can lift it to his mouth and it doesn't leak. We've gone from breastfeeding to sippy cup with this.


Jolene: more than a year ago

My son won't take the bottle but we noticed as he's getting older he's going straight from breast to sippy cup. He took a cheap pharmacy brand one no problem, but I was on the hunt for the perfect sippy cup. I bought this with the stainless steel bottle. Maybe he is still too young but I find he doesn't drink from this sippy attachment at all. He plays with it but doesn't drink. The milk doesn't flow out as easily as it did with the cheaper brands cup. Hoping this will change as he gets older.

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