|Product Dimensions||16.51 x 21.59 x 7.11 cm; 136.08 Grams|
|Item model number||15443|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Item Weight||136 g|
Munchkin Click Lock 2 Count Flip Straw Cup, 9 ounce (colors may vary)
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|Item weight||0.3 Pounds|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||16.5 x 21.6 x 7.1 centimeters|
|Package type||Standard Packaging|
|Unit count||2 count|
|Number of Items||1|
About this item
- Click Lock leak-proof design
- Soft, flexible spill-proof straw
- BPA free
- Top rack dishwasher safe
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The straw does not stay flipped in. From the inside the straw keeps sliding down of the upper part, so almost no water comes up no matter how hard you try. Unfortunately I bought the package with two cups, both had the same defects. Won't recommend.
The only negative about these cups is that they are not insulated. But I will take non insulated and leakproof over insulated and leaking any day. I put an icepack in my son's lunch box anway and at home the cup stays in the fridge and he just gets it himself when he is thirsty.
My son didn’t seem to be able to get anything out of them so I tried and NOTHING came out. I tried moving the straw around, taking the lid off and just using the straw and it didn’t help. Waste of money.
By Caro on March 29, 2019
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Reading the instructions is not the key to getting liquid out of these. Yes, I KNOW you have to squeeze the straw in exactly the right place in order to get the liquid out. This is NOT what I want my kids to have to deal with every time they need a sip of water. If you're putting HCl in this thing and are worried that spilling a drop of it on your floor could cause it to eat a hole right through it, well then, ok, this is the cup for you, but you shouldn't be THAT concerned about spilling a few drops of water. I'd rather my children not have a go through a combination lock sequence in order get a drink.
Best advice if you do decide to buy these is to run a drill bit (3/8" I think it was) though the straw and get rid of the offensive, useless valve and then you'll have a functioning product. I did that to four of these Munchkin products and they all work fine now with no issues spilling anything.
On the upside, the quality of the plastic is fine, they are dishwasher safe, can be easily disassembled and reassembled (not sue why so many people seem to have issues with this as I believe that confusion can be alleviated by reading the instructions), and I appreciate the little click tabs on the side that let you know when it's fully closed. It's for these reasons I'm giving these cups two stars instead of one.