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Superfrazzled Fri 21-Apr-17 23:57:38

My daughter refuses to drink any water that isn't stone cold! She needs a sports bottle type for school, that doesn't leak, but she also likes the water to 'flow' into her mouth rather than having to take really small sips. She likes the Systema twist n sip because they are easy to drink from, but they don't keep the water cold enough for her. Has anyone found anything like this? I am wondering if the Thermos Funtainer is any good...has anyone tried it? How easy is it to drink from?

Mehfruittea Sat 22-Apr-17 01:31:13

Can you just half fill the bottle with water and freeze it overnight? Should keep her going till lunch at least. If she drinks all the water before it thawes, at least it will help chill the topped up water.

I find DS goes through bottles every half term so just get the cheapest I can.

mrz Sat 22-Apr-17 06:02:09

https://www.therange.co.uk/cooking-dining-and-household/cooking-and-dining/kitchen-accessories/food-storage/flasks-and-thermos/thermos-intak-hydration-bottle/?gclid=Cj0KEQjw2-bHBRDEh6qk5b6yqKIBEiQAFUz29mCqHSdxpmbTs0bEujVXFfTVzhFj52F3Yethj78TYeAaAiN8P8HAQQ_

https://www.thermosonline.co.uk/store/Thermos-Discovery-Drinks-Bottle-0-47L/sp443

Pengweng Sat 22-Apr-17 08:15:33

My two had some similar to the funtainers. They were Thermos Foogoo 123 insulated flasks. We used them when hiking and if i put a few ice cubes in they stayed cold for the entire day.

skyzumarubble Sat 22-Apr-17 08:27:20

After going through about a hundred different bottles my five yet olds have the Thermos Intak ones - op led them up in TK Maxx as a last resort and they are brilliant. Haven't leaked, the straw bit doesn't get stuck and they can't not close it properly.

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