ITEM# 6135900

OXO Tot Straw Cup - 7 Oz - Green

This item is discontinued.
  • Flexible, durable straw
  • Twisting lid keeps straw clean and prevents spills when closed
  • Straw disassembles easily for thorough cleaning
  • Crystal clear cup shows just how much liquid is left
  • Soft, comfortable, non-slip grips and removable handles
  • All OXO sippy, straw and training cup parts are interchangeable
Product Reviews
out of 5.0
4 Reviews
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of Reviewers
Anaheim, CA
Verified Buyer
Great little straw cup
March 20, 2016
Bought this initially as a training straw cup. We first got the big one and eventually purchased this small one too. My son loves it instantly. He likes the vibrant color and interested so much on how the straw magically disappears. The material is nice plastic with rubber texture for grip. We've never really had a problem of the cover easily opening up when turning the straw out. Easy to wash.
Verified Buyer
Cute cup
December 9, 2015
We first got the bigger version of this one but turned out to be too big for my kid so we bought this next. Perfect for short travels errands. Fits in the pria cup holder and car cup holder. Fits in stroller cup holder too without the sippy cup handles. We love it. I know some people have complained about the cup opening up when you release the straw but that has been never the case with us.
Fort Worth, TX
Verified Buyer
Best under $10 straw cup
November 25, 2015
We didn't use sippy cups at all and went straight to straw cups. Our son started using this sippy cup at 8 or 9 months, after we tried some other brands. He's able to hold onto the cup--no handles needed. It doesn't leak and the straw reaches to the bottom of the cup. It's also short enough for a pre12-month-old to use. If you are shopping for sippy cups, I would avoid ones with a straw that angles into the liquid.
  • Sturdy
Best Uses
  • Infant (6+ months)
  • Toddler
  • Straw
  • Alternative to sippy cup
Point Roberts, WA
lid would open when twist to drink
April 18, 2014
when i twist the upper part of the lid to get the straw out for my son to drink, the bottom part would sometimes twist open as well. so i have to hold the bottom part to prevent spilling. i don't know if mine was a defect or it's just a poor design. however, the cup itself is very easy to clean, no complicated small parts like other cups i got for my son in the past.
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