Jillian's Drawers carries the very latest Safe
Sippy. The newest version has an improved valve and
leak-free screw-on top.
- Water drips from the spout, is something wrong with my cup?
The valve is designed to prevent big spills. A few drips may come out
when the cup is turned upside down. Making it completely drip-proof
would also make it difficult for a child to drink from. If the dripping
seems excessive, please contact us at email@example.com.
- My Gasket/O-Ring fell out from the cap, how do I get it back in?
Gasket/O-Ring is the small rubbery translucent circle that fits inside
the cap and seals the cap and cup to prevent leaking. It is removable
for cleaning purposes and can be a little tricky to get back in place.
There is an actual side to it. If you look at the O-Ring in profile,
one side is flat and one side has a slight curve. The curved side is
the one that goes in the slot against the cap and it press-fits in, the
flat side is what seals the lid to the stainless body. When it is in
securely, it should lay flat and stay in position. If you are having
trouble with the gasket, feel free to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Is The Safe Sippy™ cup insulated?
Our cup is single-walled stainless steel to keep it light (only 5oz
empty) and maximize volume (holds 11oz). However, the outer sleeve does
provide some insulating protection when you put cold beverages in your
cup in summer.
- Can you put hot beverages in The Safe Sippy™ cup?
don't. Our cup is single-walled stainless steel to keep it light (only
5oz empty) and maximize volume (holds 11oz) and metal is a good
conductor of hot (and cold). Hot liquids may cause burns. (We know we
don't need to tell you this, but our lawyers made us.)
- Can you put carbonated beverages in The Safe Sippy™ cup?
don't. Carbonated liquids have lots of bubbles that may cause your cups
to leak. (The ones with sugar can also turn your 2 year old into a
- Can I put pulpy juices in The Safe Sippy™ cup?
recommend you don't. Pulp can clog your no-spill valve, preventing a
child from being able to draw liquid out and may cause spontaneous
- Can I you put The Safe Sippy™ cup in the microwave?
- No. Metal objects and microwaves don't mix. Bad things happen.
- Is The Safe Sippy™ cup lined with another material?
- No. There is no need; it is pure stainless steel inside and out.
- What number plastic is used on The Safe Sippy™ cup?
plastic parts (cap and handles) are made from #5 plastic or
polypropylene that is the safest and most stable of all plastics. All
plastic used is tested and/or certified free of BPA and phthalates.
Only when a child is actually drinking from the cup does the fluid
inside come into contact with the plastic, so what you put in is what
you get out.
- My Safe Sippy™ cup has a dent, does it still work?
Safe Sippy is made of stainless steel. If dropped, small dents may
occur. Occasional dents are an excellent sign that you are getting
plenty of use from your cup. They will not affect your cup's