Last updated on July 31st, 2022 at 08:13 pm
I’ve checked out several sippy cups, both plastic, and stainless steel. Nothing has come close to winning my love and affection quite like the Thermos Foogo insulated bottle straw cup. I love this straw bottle. My kid loves this straw bottle. T
Foogo Insulated Bottle Construction
The cup is made of all BPA-free materials and has a double-wall insulated 18/8 stainless steel body where the liquids are held.
I should mention that this insulation keeps liquids cold or hot longer than any other we’ve tried.
The straw bottle has a valve construction in the top portion, which comes apart for easy cleaning. Including the main cup portion, there are 4 pieces, which isn’t bad.
It’s not the biggest cup ever, so it gets emptied by my toddler through the day, but that’s ideal since water doesn’t sit in there for long periods like it might with other larger ones.
We’ve put it through the wringer since it’s so durable, and it’s not scratched, dented or marked, or scuffed in any way. And it’s been kicked around the driveway outside, so that’s saying something. It still looks as good as the day we got it.
Do The Foogo Insulated Bottles Leak?
Does it leak? No. My kid likes to carry cups around by the handles, which means he drinks more water during the day, but drippy cups don’t work well for us. That is not a problem with this cup. You can hold it upside down for quite a bit before any water, if any at all, comes out. No water leaks from the top seam or anywhere else if left on its side. I found this cup sideways and upside down between two couch cushions, and there was nothing remotely wet.
The Bottom Line: This sippy gets the Safe Mama stamp of BPA Free Approval. This cup works well for toddlers and younger school-aged children.
Thermos also sells a matching Foogo Food Thermos.
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