Insulated Straw Cup-9 oz./260 ml.: Slate Sleeve
Insulated Straw Cup-9 oz./260 ml.: Slate Sleeve
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Insulated Straw Cup-9 oz./260 ml.: Slate Sleeve

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Past the bottle years?  Need a little more room than the 5oz bottle allows? No worries, the 9oz insulated straw cup fills all the boxes.  This bottle is great for pre-K to elementary aged kids who prefer warm or cold drinks.   The 100% plastic free straw top is great for school settings as its quick delivery system makes grabbing a sip effortless and quiet (not like those bottles with screw tops).

 

Product features:

VACUUM INSULATED: Keeps liquids warm for 6 hours or cold for up to 24 hours (iced)

SAFE: only 100% plastic-free bottle on the market; only MadeSafe Certified bottles on the planet

This bottle easily converts into an infant bottle, sippy bottle or sport/water bottle by simply swapping the nipple out for another Pura lid.

Crafted from safe, anti-bacterial, #304 stainless steel and medical grade silicone

100% BPA-free and will not leach toxins like plastic bottles and rings

Pura Silicone Straw Top crafted from 100% medical grade silicone

Two piece straw design allows kids to drink upright (with the straight straw attached) or by tipping the bottle up (with straight straw removed)

Internal volume markings make measuring your child's milk or other beverage a snap. Each ounce is marked and can be seen by glancing inside the bottle.

Compatible with wide neck nipples from Pura, ThinkBaby™, BornFree™, and Dr. Brown's™ and many others

Medical grade silicone bottle sleeve

Medical grade silicone nipple cover

Hand wash recommended

 

End of Life: 

Donate or Reuse.  Recycle Metal Components.

While silicone can not be recycled in your curb side recycling, some silicone recycling facilities do exist.  If you don't have access to one think about donating or reusing this product before throwing it away.  


We at Mason and Greens think silicone over plastic, especially in items that come in contact with our food and drinks, will always be a better solution.  Plastics leech toxins where medical grade silicone do not.