A glass sippy?! Yes! Inner glass chamber is protected/buffered by a plastic outer encasement. Check out the diagram for more details! We do love this sippy because of its adaptability: use it as a sippy with soft spout (which is great for those new to a sippy cup/young babies) and also as a straw cup. To top it off, it comes with both attachments (no buying extra pieces!). Easy to clean, easy to hold, easy to adapt!
Are you looking to minimize plastic? While this cup does contain plastic, the part touching the liquid is glass and the spout and straw mouthpieces are silicone.
To help protect the glass, the bottom of the cup is shock-absorbing and non-slip. We do recommend inspecting your cup before use, just in case!
The Green Sprouts Glass Sippy holds 4 fluid oz.
For What Age
Recommended for ages 6 months+
Made from silicone, borosilicate glass, synthetic rubber, and polypropylene: BPA, BPS, and PVC-free.
Clean before use and after each use. Fully disassemble all parts, including separating the straw from silicone sipper, before washing. Wash in warm water with mild soap and rinse thoroughly. Avoid use of abrasive cleaners. Allow to dry completely before reassembling. Do not store in direct sunlight or near a source of heat.
For replacement parts, click here!
PRODUCT ORIGIN: MADE IN CHINA
i play.,Inc. was founded in 1982 based on values that prioritize protecting our earth and our children. Children grow and learn by playing, so our products encourage healthy and safe development through play. Because babies explore through their senses and put everything in their mouths, we make sure that all of our products are safe and conform to US health and safety standards.
In 2006 we learned of concerns about BPA (bisphenol-A), which is used in hard, clear plastics like polycarbonate baby bottles to prevent breakage. BPA has been shown to disrupt reproductive functions and cause other developmental problems.
All iPlay.® and Green Sprouts® products have been phthalate free since 2003 and BPA free since 2006, and we are continually researching ways to make safer baby products.