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Requires a bit of care and practice for younger children.
on 17 July 2014
These Bugzz bottles are potentially most attractive and useful items. There are bright designs to appeal to age and gender, dinosaurs, ponies...
At first I didn't realise that the drinking spout has to be turned to allow the child to drink. There is a locking mechanism which is annoying for a small child as they don't know it is closed - they try to drink and nothing comes out. An adult has to turn the top around half a circle to allow the drink to flow.
This would be fine for an older child you could explain the method to, but I use these for toddlers who have graduated from a sippy cup and therefore I have to turn the top before presenting it. An alternative set up involves the child biting the top to pull it out and pushing it in afterwards which weirdly seems more intuitive. For lunch box use make sure your child understands the closing and opening routine! Also how to snap on the top which is quite stiff.
Otherwise this a useful and long lasting product although I see other reviewers complaining about the rubbing off of the patterns, so it's maybe not suitable for putting into a dishwasher.