Zoli BOT Straw Sippy Cup
Purple 9 oz
Zoli BOT features an innovative straw technology that moves to the liquid whenever the cup is tilted allowing the child to sip to the last drop. The cup is designed with a simple integrated handle and lid to eliminate lost parts. The handle, lid, and base are made of polypropylene while the straw is made from food-grade silicone and a weighted steel ball.

Suitable for ages 9 months and up.

  • Unique Siliflex Straw technology
  • BPA & Phthalate free

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Agata: about a year ago

This is my fav straw sippy cup. Easy to clean and use.

Linda: more than a year ago

I love this cup, took my daughter about a day to figure it out and since then I can just leave it out and she will come to get a drink when she needs it! The only issue is that the lid needs to be on just so to prevent leaks, there needs to be more threading. Otherwise great cup!

Ashley: more than a year ago

Lasted 1 week then cracked from my 10 month old dropping it! Very disappointed especially because of the price I expected better!

Camilla: more than a year ago

My 2 year old son has been throwing his sippy cups since he was 10 months old. He also chews straws. I needed a strong cup that he can't break or dump and that doesn't leak. I've had this one for about a month and so far so good. Only time it leaks is when he shakes it upside down.

Kathy: more than a year ago

These were my daughter's first sippy cups. We're on our third now and have replaced the straws a few times. Overall they are great cups but, my one big complaint is if you don't tighten the lid on just so, they leak. And the longer you've owned the cup, the more they leak. I'm starting to get frustrated and have contemplating switching to a different brand. Maybe the manufacturer will take note.

Nicole: more than a year ago

I love these cups. We have two.(so far!). My daughter started using them at about 9 months, maybe a little earlier. The straw width is very small, perfect for a little mouth. There is no valve to make it hard to suck up liquid. She 'got it' right away.

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