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can I reccomend sigg water bottles for kids?

(14 Posts)
Cod Sat 26-Mar-05 07:49:16

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emmatmg Sat 26-Mar-05 07:58:54

I remeber seeing these yonks ago and really wanting one (I have a bottle/cup addiction thing...can't resist a new one) even I couldn't bring myself to pay 12 quid for one.

They are funky though...... would I be really mean to buy them as birthday presents????

Cod Mon 28-Mar-05 13:34:50

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Cod Mon 28-Mar-05 13:35:54

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nutcracker Mon 28-Mar-05 13:44:25

They do look good Cod, not sure i could make myself spend that much on them though.

Pinotmum Mon 28-Mar-05 13:45:12

Thanks for he link! I've added this to favorites so I can get some in a few weeks for taking on holiday. Can't stand leaky cups at the bottom of my hand luggage, yeuk!! {smile]

TinyGang Mon 28-Mar-05 15:04:35

They are very good - dd has one and it has never leaked.It also glows in the dark, although that doesn't help us a great deal! I didn't know you could replace the stoppers, so thanks for that

Think I got ours from the Great Little Trading Co. when dd started school. Keeps her drink really cool, but I don't think it's a good idea to put them in the dishwasher.

Cod Mon 28-Mar-05 15:09:13

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LIZS Mon 28-Mar-05 16:22:27

We have them - they are Swiss ! - and would highly recommend them too. ds has a Nemo one he takes to school. Screw top hasn't leaked at all whereas we also have cheaper version, McBott, which has a pull-up stopper but does leak after a while.

Cod Mon 28-Mar-05 16:32:03

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Millie1 Mon 28-Mar-05 17:17:03

These look nice .... are they free-flow or do they need the little ones to take a good suck to get water out? Just wondering whether suitable for 16 mth old whose own cup leaks all the tiime if we're out and about?

LIZS Mon 28-Mar-05 17:20:31

Think they are sippy rather than free flow - there is a valve in the lid. However dd has had the cheaper one since about 18 months.

Enid Mon 28-Mar-05 18:02:16

would also recommend - they are expensive but dd1's has stayed pristine since before Xmas - the cheap placcy ones seemed to get knackered in a couple of weeks

Enid Mon 28-Mar-05 18:04:04

we have the pink flowery one on the urchin website

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