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Canpol babies Sport Cup with Silicon Flip Top Straw 260ml planes

Symbol: 74/052

This practical sport cup with silicon, flip-top straw is designed for children over 1 year of age who have mastered the ability to drink independently. Perfect for travel and on a walk. The contoured shape makes it easy to hold the cup in small children's hands. The movable part of the cap allows you to hide the straw when the child is not drinking from a cup.

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

Additional info

Hard water, fruit juice or tea may leave stains on the spout or create limescale effect 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.
It is dishwasher and microwave-safe. It is not suitable for disinfection and scalding.
Capacity: 260 ml.
1 pc per package.
Available in several colours.
The straw is not intended for children under 6 months of age.

How to use

Keep it clean. Before the first and each subsequent use, wash the sport cup and all its parts in warm water with a mild detergent, rinse thoroughly.
Do not boil. Avoid rough, surface-scratching tools during use and cleaning.
After use, clean the cup, straw, spout, seal and cap from the remains of the drink, rinse and then thoroughly wash.
The sport cup can be washed in a dishwasher (max. temp. 65⁰C). It is not recommended to clean the straw, spout and sealing in a dishwasher as detergents/cleaners may damage the product.
The product cannot be used in a microwave.
The product should not be placed in a preheated oven or heated on a gas or electric stove.
Hard water, fruit juice or tea may leave stains on the spout or create limescale effect which does not change its properties. Thick liquids (e.g. fruit slurries) may clog the straw.
The cup is not intended for serving hot (max. temp. 40⁰C) or carbonated liquids.
It should not be sterilized in steam sterilizers. Check the product before each use. Discard if damaged or at first sign of wear and tear. The product may be damaged if dropped. Assembly instructions: Place the seal with the air valve in the collar, make sure it seals tightly. Place the spout in the hole of the collar and connect it to the straw.
Pour the drink to a height of about 1 cm below the edge. Turn the collar clockwise.
To open the lid, press the button. When opening and drinking, hold the sport cup in upright position so that the drink does not spill.
When closing the lid you shall hear a click sound. For your child’s safety and health. Warning! Always use this product under adult supervision.
Continuous and prolonged suckling of fluids may cause tooth decay. Always check the liquid temperature before feeding.
The straw is not suitable for children under 6 months of age. Warning! This product is not a toy. Keep all the product parts away from reach of children when not in use.
Keep the instructions of use as it contains important information.

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