RubbermaidÂ® Litterlessâ¿¢ Juice Box
Really DOESN'T Leak!!!
WOW! I have been searching for a juice/milk box for my son's lunch box that really doesn't leak. I finally found it! Yeah! And the size is perfect for a snack. We bough extra to keep around home too! Now, no more juice on the carpet. And...it's not a sippy cup, which let's my "Big kid" (6) still feel like a big kid.
February 1, 2010
Good idea, but not the best for younger children
I used many of these for a time with my eldest child, but they could not stand up to the abuse dealt out by a toddler and frequently leaked around lid (not the straw - the lid itself). It just could not stand up to any pressure around the top part of the container near the lid. I eventually got rid of all of them. If you have a toddler, the Nalgene Grip & Gulp is definitely the way to go. For my older child, I use Kleen Kanteens (aluminum) bottles.
February 4, 2010
Good little juice box!
This is a great little drink container. Doesn't leak. Not too hard to suck liquid out, although you do have to suck, release to let air in, suck again. Good for my two-year-old to hold and use. FINALLY! I found a good drink container. I do not like the "hard to suck" features of many straw cups with valves. These are much better and will last longer. Hold plenty of liquid. Easy to put ice in wide mouth opening. I had to trim the straws down, though...they were hitting the bottom and making it hard to suck out the liquid. The square juice box is also good, just has a smaller lid/opening. Cleans easy in dishwasher.
April 7, 2010
Perfect size for my toddler
This little juice box has not leaked (yet) and it the perfect size for my toddler. She has no problem holding them and opening them by herself. I carry them around in my purse and have had no problems yet. I love that they are compact, light and inexpensive. The only problem is how to clean the inside of the mouthpiece.
April 9, 2010