When I ordered the sippy cup, I was excited about all of the different color options. Of course, I picked purple since it's Natalie's current favorite color.
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We opted for a sippy cup over a spout cup because of our previous issues with spout cups. I was intrigued by how simple the design and spout were on the cup. There was no click feature or anything special when putting the lid on the cup, just an old fashion twist on. They almost reminded me of the tupperware sippy cups that we had in our home growing up. Super simple but, seemingly, super durable.
While we're only about a month into things, I have to say, I am loving the cups. While they will drip a smidge (like literally two tiny drops of liquid) when Nat throws them, I cannot ding them on that. That girl throws with some force - enough so that she has broken previous sippy cups lids. The replay cups are holding up much better than past purchases. I like that the spout on the sippy cup is solid and not a silicone spout. Nat likes to chew on the spout (and poke her fork at it), so it takes the abuse much better than a silicone spout. While we are loving the solid spout, Re-play does offer a silicone spout for those who prefer it.
Overall, these are the best cups we have used to date. They really do not spill which is super refreshing. We love them so much that I have packed away all of our other sippy cups and am making the full conversion to everything re-play! In fact, I think Miss Natalie might be getting some purple plates and bowls for her birthday :)
If you want to take the No Spill Challenge yourself, check out the Re-Play Recycled website! It's only $4 to play along and that price includes a replacement valve!
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask!
All views expressed in this post are solely my own. Re-play Recycle did not sponsor this post.