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Canpol babies Sport Cup with Flip-top Straw 270ml green

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Practical and colourful sport cup for children who have mastered the ability to drink on their own. Equipped with a flip-top silicone straw. Profiled shape makes it easy to hold the bottle in small, baby hands. The product is made of safe plastic without BPA. Capacity 270ml. Designed for children over 12 months.

  • BPA free BPA free
  • Suggested age 12m+ Suggested age 12m+
  • Dishwasher safe Dishwasher safe
  • Microwave safe Microwave safe

It is equipped with a silicone, flip-top straw.

The movable part of the cap allows you to easily and conveniently hide the straw, preventing uncontrolled spillage of the drink.

The contoured shape makes it easy to hold in small children's hands.

Additional info

Hard water, juices or teas may leave sediment or discoloration on the tube, which does not change its properties. Dense liquids (e.g. with fruit pulp) can clog up
the tube. The cup is not intended to serve hot or carbonated liquids.
It is microwaveable and dishwasher safe. Not suitable for disinfection and scalding.
Capacity 270ml.
The package contains 1 piece.
Available in several colours.
Tube is unsuitable for children under 6 months of age.

How to use

Keep the sport cup clean. Before the first and each subsequent use, wash the water bottle and its elements under running water with the addition of a delicate liquid.Rinse thoroughly with warm water. Pour boiling water for disinfection. Do not boil. Avoid rough, abrasive surface tools. After use, clean the bottle and mouthpiece with the straw from the remains of the drink, rinse and then thoroughly clean. Sport cup can be washed with dishwasher. It is not recommended to clean the mouthpiece with the straw in the dishwasher, as detergents / cleaners may damage the product. Sport cup can be used in microwave ovens.
The mouthpiece has a built-in membrane that prevents spilling and reduces leakage. Fluid flow only occurs when the baby is sucking. Depending on the strength of the suction, the drink flows more or less intensively. When the fluid is not sucked in, the membrane closes and prevents it from leaking. The silicone mouthpiece is connected to a plastic tube that ends at the bottom of the water bottle and makes drinking easier.
If you heat a drink in the microwave, remember that the water bottle must be open. Be very careful. Heating in a microwave oven may result in locally high temperature. Always stir the heated drink to distribute the temperature evenly and check its temperature before serving.
Hard water, fruit juices or teas can leave a residue or discoloration on the tube, which does not change its properties. Thick liquids (e.g. fruit slurries) may clog the straw. The sport cup is not intended for serving hot or carbonated liquids.
The child must be under adult supervision when drinking from a sport cup. Continuous and prolonged suction may cause tooth decay. Straw is not suitable for children under 6 months old. Warning! The product is not a toy. All parts of the product out of the reach of the child. Check the sport cup before each use. In the case of the first signs of damage or wear - throw away.

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