Babyhug Weighted Straw Sipper Review

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There are a few factors to consider when choosing a sippy cup for a baby or toddler with so many choices out there. I had been looking for a training sippy cup for my daughter so that she would drink some water while weaning. I tried quite a few sippy cups that she didn’t take to before I lay my hands on the Babyhug weighted straw sipper. It just took a day to get used to the straw, and now she is in love with it and tends to drink more water than usual.
The weighted straw is a great idea, and it is spill-proof which is an added bonus. The water does not spill or leak when tilted or shaken. My daughter is in love with the Babyhug weighed straw bottle and does not allow me to leave home without it.
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Here is what we liked in this product:

  • Soft silicone straw is gentle on the baby’s teeth.
  • Swipe lid to open and close the bottle easily. It keeps the straw clean, too.
  • Lightweight enough to carry around.
  • The easy-grip sides are perfect for the little ones to hold.
  • Weighted straw enables the baby to drink water till the last sip.
  • No leakage, its valve ensure that the water doesn’t spill.
  • Dishwasher safe and can be sterilised.
  • It’s available in three colours – pink, blue and yellow.
  • It’s made of safe material, is BPA free and non-toxic.
  • No choking hazards as the bottles have no detachable parts.
  • It’s brand value.
But I would like to suggest something. I missed the handles on the side or strap to carry it on-the-go. The bottle could have been made a little more colourful and attractive for the child.
Sippy cups can help a baby transition to a regular open cup from a sipper. Continuous usage and practice can help most infants get used to the sippy cup.

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