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We have been fans of Tommee Tippee since Dub first started using sippy cups. They are the perfect shape for little hands and they are virtually leakproof. The only time we have ever had a leak with a Tommee Tippee cup is when it has been dropped hard and the inner valve came loose. Even now that Dub is four we still use them in the car and for his nighttime water.
I recently had a chance to review the new insulated sipper tumbler and this time I was excited to try the insulated tumblers with a straw.
Just like the regular sipper tumbler, the straw version has a great ergonomic shape that is perfect for small hands to hold onto. The straw comes out when the lid is pushed down and easily goes back inside when it is closed.
The insulation allows for the contents to remain colder longer than typical sippy cups. This is perfect for us since we use them exclusively at night and for car rides and have liquid in the cup longer than is typical for a younger child using a sippy cup full time.
The valve is easy for younger kids to open so they don’t have to ask you to open and close it all the time. Even if they do keep it open, the straw is just as leak-free as Tommee Tippee’s conventional sippy cups.
I found the full line of Tommee Tippee sippy cups, including the insulated sipper tumbler at Walmart in the baby feeding aisle. At just over $6 for a two-pack, these cups are also a fantastic buy!