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Leakproof kids water bottle - does it exist?

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ThePug Mon 16-Nov-20 20:28:11

Any recommendations for kids water bottles (for a 5 year old) that don't leak? Ideally dishwasher safe too. My son just takes a cheap Nuby one we've had for ages to school but it leaks and he keeps putting it in his book bag sad Amazon reviews are so mixed so thought I'd ask here - thank you!

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Rldx2 Mon 16-Nov-20 20:39:05

Ion8 Leak Proof Kids' Water Bottle, BPA Free https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B074WF2S14/ref=cmsww_rcpp_apifabt11_MmUSFbRF97C26

My 6yr old has has this one for school for about 2yrs and not once has it leaked!! Its fab!

theneverendinglaundry Mon 16-Nov-20 20:56:29

My kids have had Tinc water bottles for 2 years and they are still in fantastic condition. Used almost daily, they have never leaked and are dishwasher safe!

You can buy them from John Lewis.

CurlyMango Mon 16-Nov-20 20:59:18

Camelbak they are fab, strong, last for ages and you can just replace the straw if needed

ThePug Mon 16-Nov-20 21:33:04

Thank you - some good options to look at smile

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SlumdogMummy Mon 16-Nov-20 21:35:01

Second the Ion8 we all have them now as we got them for the children and they were so good!

Lou573 Mon 16-Nov-20 21:36:20

We have a tinc one after 2 camelbak eddys sprung a leak.

WitchFindersAreEverywhere Mon 16-Nov-20 21:38:15

The problem is often that the child doesn’t bother fastening the water bottle properly, be it screw, pop or whatever fitting.
Sometimes they don’t even shove it in the basket the right way up, which is fun for everyone else.

Hazelnutlatteplease Mon 16-Nov-20 21:42:35

polar gear
Sistema
For the more eco friendly super sparrow sports head bottles are good. But they are much heavier than plastic.

tofuschnitzel Mon 16-Nov-20 21:44:17

I have a Nalgene bottle that has never leaked. I bought the kid's size (330ml) as I didn't want to carry a big bottle around with me.

There are lots of different colour options and varying prices on Amazon.
www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00R1FGQEG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabt1_njVSFb5VZ8MMZ?tag=mumsnetforu03-21

Hazelnutlatteplease Mon 16-Nov-20 21:46:57

The problem is often that the child doesn’t bother fastening the water bottle properly, be it screw, pop or whatever fitting.

Which is why DS with SN has the polargear flip lid bottles. If he doesn't close it properly the flow is at least stemmed. Although Actually the bottle is about as easy to close as you can get and they last years. We tried a lot blush

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