Has your child outgrown the thinkbaby trainer cup? If so, then the perfect next step is the thinkster straw bottle! Designed for children 16 to 48 months, the thinkster contains an extra soft, medical grade straw which provides easy transition from sippy cup to the next stage of feeding straw bottles.
Most of the sippy cups and straw bottles on the market have hard plastic spouts or rubber spouts. The thinkster straw bottle uses a soft silicone straw. This makes it an excellent choice for advancement to the next stage in feeding. The straw features a cross cut design so the contents will not spill when held upside down, which obviously happens quite often! The top of the bottle features an easy to close cover to keep it from coming into contact with foreign substances
thinkster Straw Bottle features:
- Free of Bisphenol-A (BPA), phthalates, nitrosamines, lead, PVC, PET, Tritan and biologically harmful chemicals.
- Made from No. 5 plastic and therefore can be recycled after use
- No Spill straw features a cross cut design.
- Extra soft, medical grade straw provides easy transition from sippy cup to the next stage of feeding straw bottles.
- Perfect for 16 to 48 months
- Comes with easy to close swivel top - reduces chance of spillage during travel and protects the straw from coming into contact with foreign substances.
- Dishwasher safe (Top rack recommended).
- Recommended by Healthy Child Healthy World
How do I care for my thinkster?
thinksters are dishwasher safe (Top Rack recommended). Please take care not to wipe the measurement markings. thinkbaby does not use lead in their paint, which is what predominately makes paint stick. When washing thinkster in the dishwasher, a detergent that is free of chlorine is recommended. Most of the natural detergents on the market are free of toxic chemicals, if you are not sure, please check with the detergent manufacturer. If hand-washing, use warm soapy water.
Before first use: thinkbaby recommends sterilizing the thinsker in boiling water for 2 to 5 minutes before first use and they do not recommend utilizing sterilizers, as they cannot guarantee that the ones on the market were made with safe materials. While the baby bottles are technically microwave safe, we strongly suggest that parents do away with the use of microwaves for all items and products destined for your little one.