CamelBak Eddy Kids .4L Insulated Water Bottle
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- Just the Right Bite: Combining the patented Camelback Big Bite Valve with a stem tube and shut-off valve, this detachable one-piece component is simple for kids to use and simple for parents to clean
- Easy for small fingers to operate
- Safe and Easy: Simplified stem and straw are child-safe yet easy to remove for cleaning. All parts are dishwasher safe (top rack only)
- Stain-resistant and taste-free Triton is 100% Free of BPA, BPS and BPF. Kid-sized, fun and easy to clean, this bottle is ready for any adventure
- Not for children under 3 years
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Safe & easy for kids to use
Just the Right Bite: Combining the patented CamelBak Big Bite Valve with a stem tube and shut-off valve, this detachable one-piece component is simple for kids to use and simple for parents to clean.
Safe and Easy: Simplified stem and straw are child-safe yet easy to remove for cleaning. All parts are hand wash vessel only.
*This product is not for children under 3 years.
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|Product Info||The CamelBak Kids' eddy water bottle features a spill-resistant design and fun graphics to keep you and your kids happy and hydrated!||The versatile and well-loved Chute bottle has been improved to feature a NEW magnetic top that easily stows the cap.||Halfway between a grownup bottle and a sippy cup, our bestselling kids’ bottle gets an upgrade with an insulated design.||No tipping: just flip, bite, and sip. Cap is spill-proof and features an easy carry handle. Double-wall vacuum insulated stainless steel maintains temperature, is sweat-proof, and provides durability in small, but mighty hands.||Our eddy kids water bottle in an easy two pack. One to use and one for the wash.|
|Material||Eastman Tritan Copolyester. Dishwasher safe.||Eastman Tritan Copolyester. Dishwasher safe.||Eastman Tritan Copolyester. Dishwasher safe.||Stainless Steel. Cap is dishwasher safe.||Eastman Tritan Copolyester. Dishwasher safe.|
|Closure||Spill-Proof||Leak-Proof Magnetic Cap||Spill-Proof||Spill-Proof||Spill-Proof|
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- It's easy to get replacement nipples
- Easy to clean overall
- Does a decent job of keeping liquids cooler (I've seen better)
- Outer casing is vulnerable to cracking a bit too easily
- The resistance applied to the nipple popping up varies from top to top. Our 1st (non-insulated version) bottle was hard for my son to pop open. Same with the 2nd (1st insulated bottle, which broke). But the 3rd (2nd insulated, which also broke) was easy for him to pop up, almost to the point of not wanting to stay down in the first place. So consistency is a bit weak.
There are soooo many bottle options on the market, it's ridiculous. As a result, in the end, it comes down to the little details that win. Given the choice of plastic or metal, metal wins from a materials perspective (what is the water in contact with?). The downside to metal is it dents, and most metal bottles don't protect the base, which is what suffers when dropped, and affects the bottle's ability to be stable when placed on a flat surface.
A few friends recommended the Pura bottle, which is great for several reasons (insulated, no potentially evil plastic in contact with water, only silicone), but lacks base protection. After seeing the bottle of one mom raving about it to others around her, I asked about the base, she sheepishly admitted it was dented to hell and didn't stand up well anymore. I nixed that bottle as an option.
A bunch of research later, the only ones I could find with base protection were the Bottle Rocket and the Thermos Funtainer. We aready had a Funtainer and liked it, but when my son was younger he struggled with pushing the stiff button to open it, so it was shelved for a while. Once he was able to push the button easily himself, it became the clear winner by far. He can drop it all he wants, the base is protected, and the plastic base hasn't cracked or broken off yet. The lid seems tough too. Aside from the straw (which doesn't need to be used), the water is only in contact with steel or silicone. Cleaning is easy as can be. Design options are PLENTIFUL. He LOVES his train bottle! Water stays cold much longer than in an insulated plastic bottle. The nipple doesn't wear out like the Camelbak version. The only downside is if the top isn't closed, the bottle will leak, since it has a free-flow nipple. But at 2.5 years old, my kid loves to close the lid and it's a habit now, so this is not a concern for me.
I would not recommend the Camelbak bottle, and would instead steer to the Thermos Funtainer. Liquid capacity is almost the same, but the durability and functionality are clearly superior to me.
-Comes apart pretty easily, so cleaning is no problem
-Seems to keep the water colder than her other water bottles
-The straw closing system keeps the water from spilling out, much more secure than I had thought upon seeing it initially.
-The straw requires you to bite the straw (or apply pressure with your lips) to have the water come out - my daughter likes to bite her straws when we're at restaurants and although it doesn't bother me, I'm sure this isn't helping her to curb that habit.
-Although cleaning is no problem, I'm always concerned about mold in these types of straws. I had another brand that you couldn't physically clean without unscrewing the lid with special screws and as such mold eventually developed because the inside couldn't be dried properly. Sometimes I've noticed that after washing the bite valve portion, sometimes the water doesn't drain out if I'm not careful. They sell replacement valves, so it might not be too much of a problem. Haven't had it long enough to see. Will update if anything starts appearing.
We hope the cup would last longer. One fall out of the diaper bag into the pavement and... an irredeemable crack. Our adult cups are 7 years old but this one hasn’t had even a year of use.
Great cup. very spill proof. Love that the bite valve can be replaced as needed (I have a teething 13 month old) NOTE TO PARENTS- if you also have a teething kiddo, consider getting yourself a pack of spare bite valve replacements to have on hand. Just like the adult camelbaks my husband and I have, I anticipate this cup lasting a long time. Great quality. Love the insulated feature as it means I'm not chasing after his milk cup every half hour worried it's going to turn. Instead I just pop it in the fridge whenever I notice it's not being used (every couple of hours). My son loves drinking sitting up, and the camelbak allows him to do that but more importantly he no longer chases after my husband and I's bottle now that he has one of his very own. Parts are easy to take apart and clean. Very spill proof (if it DOES start leaking it's time to change the bite valve!) and virtually indestructible.