Rated 3.8 out of 5★ by 10reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Ferlink Great product! My hands are weak from a muscle disease so I've had a hard time finding a straw cup I can use. These cups are light weight and the lids are easy for me to snap on. Very happy I found them! 04/17/2014
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Frozentaffy Love, Love these cups. We've tried all manner of sippy cups for my son who is going to turn 3 soon. We've always had the problems of accidentally leaving his expensive sippy cups in the park, or having to replace them after they take too many beatings. Having to clean those obnoxious "leak-proof" (they're not) valve straws are a pain and cant be done properly in the dishwasher. Also, the valve straws tend to stain if you put cranberry juice, or tomato juice or anything dark in those types of cups.These take and toss cups don't leak once the lid is attached (properly), the straw stays in place unless he purposefully takes it out, the straws are made of hard plastic and don't absorb stain from any of the liquids, and they are inexpensive enough to not have to worry about forgetting them somewhere.For dishwashing, the cups themselves are fine on the upper rack, the lids and straws I had to buy one of those top rack baskets you keep small items in (baby bottle rings, nipples, straws, etc) to wash them in, as the straws fell through the silverware basket into the dishwashing filter, and the lids are lightweight enough to be tossed around in the washing cycle easily. (We had one fall onto the heat bar in the bottom of the dishwasher and melt. The smell and cleanup was horrible.)Only gave these cups 4/5 stars as filling without leaking risks requires a specific order. (Puncture of the straw hole first, fill to JUST below the inner line on the cup, snap lid into place and THEN insert the straw back into the hole). Otherwise milk or juice or whatever come shooting out the top of the straw as you snap the lids into place. However, following this order we've never had a cup lid come off, never had an issue with leaks... and my son likes to leave it lying in the middle of the carpet on its side, and frequently drops it in the car and on the kitchen floor.He's had his cups for about 4 months now, and I'm replacing them now, but only because we lost several straws in the dishwasher, and a few of the lids, and I'm using the rest of his old ones to hold his fish while we move, and they'll need to be tossed after that. :) 09/19/2014