The First Years Take & Toss Straw Cups
4 x 296 mL Cups
New rainbow colors! Take & Toss cups are durable enough to use over and over, and affordable enough to treat as disposables. Snap-on lids prevent leaks and help to keep drinks fresh. Valve-free, spill-proof cups make sipping and cleaning easy. Most lids are interchangeable with other Take & Toss products.

  • Dishwasher-safe
  • BPA- free 

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Dayna: a few months ago

Great when you have a spilly toddler in the house who is getting to be too old for standard dippy cups! If only there were something to keep that straw in there!

Lyndsey: about a year ago

Great cups for the price. Relatively spill proof and cheap enough that it's not a big deal f we lose one while out and about. My daughter does chew the straw so I'm not sure how well they will hold up over time, but it would be easy to use disposable ones if need be.

Tiffany: about a year ago

Perfect for converting my 14 month old from bottle to straw cup. Sipping cups with the locking mechanism were just too frustrating and from my end, the lids kept us spill free anyhow.

Meghan: more than a year ago

These cups have been a favourite for all of my kids. My youngest is thrilled to be able to drink on her own, as sippy cups just didn't work for her.

Andrea: more than a year ago

Worked perfectly to teach 9 month old to drink from a straw. The cup is flexible enough to squeeze and help him learn to draw up liquid

Carrie: more than a year ago

Handy to have but my son loves chewing the straws and they don't bounce back into shape. Still a good cup for on the go and supeisingly leak proof.

Heather: more than a year ago

Great to have on hand for the grandkids and they wash in the dishwasher top rack. The tops are interchangeable with the smaller size cups as well. Just what I needed.

Sara: more than a year ago

Great cups!! My son loves them, and they are better then you'd think about not leaking.

Veronique: more than a year ago

Our son never took to bottles, but he learne to drink from a straw fairly quickly when he was weaned off of breastmilk. These cups have been great for giving milk to a toddler. We use disposable straws and just toss the cups in the dishwasher after each use.

The straws that come with these cups are stiff, so if your child is a chewer, the straws can be chewed down to shape where they are no longer useful.

G: more than a year ago

Great to get for kid parties, they just take them home in the end and less for you to clean.

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