90 of the Safest Sippy Cups and Drink Bottles for Kids

90 of the Safest Sippy Cups and Drink Bottles for Kids
What's that? You need to find the safest sippy cups and drink bottles for kids, you say? No problem! We've just finished wading through several hundred options to put together the largest, most comprehensive list in existence to help make your life just a little bit easier.

After weeks of contacting companies, extracting answers, and poring over information, we were able to compile a master list of 90 products confirmed free of endocrine disrupting chemicals that meet the following criteria for safety:

  1. No BPA or BPS
  2. No recycling code #7 plastics
  3. No PVC, phthalates, polystyrene or melamine
  4. No “proprietary” materials
  5. Heavy metal safe

You'll see that the sippy cups and drink bottles we included are mostly made of glass, stainless steel, polypropylene and silicone.

Don't forget to check out our guide to Decoding the Mystery of Safer vs Toxic Plastic so you can look at your current kids cups and bottles to help you determine what materials they're constructed of.

P.S. Did you know that BPA and BPS were recently shown to disrupt thyroid hormone too? Learn more about it here!

NOTE: We contacted as many companies as we possibly could, and there were only two brands that didn't respond: NUK and Gerber (same company), although we did include one NUK product in the guide because we'd previously known its material makeup.

UPDATE 2/27/17: Lead-positive testing of Green Sprouts sippy cup with glass insert has surfaced, so we've removed it from our guide in an effort to provide complete and accurate information.

Sippy and Training Cups

GoGlass 4oz & 10oz Sippy Cups (glass/polypropylene)
Sassy Training Cups (polypropylene)
Green Sprouts Sippy Cups (polypropylene)
Nuk 10oz Sippy Cups (polypropylene)
MAM Sippy Cups (polypropylene)
Born Free Sippy Cups (polypropylene)
Avent Sippy Cups (polypropylene)
Summer Infant Sippy Cups (polypropylene)
mOmma Spill-proof Sippy Cup (polypropylene)
Dr. Brown's Sippy Cups (polypropylene)
Boon Sippy Cups (polypropylene)
Evenflo Sippy Cups (polypropylene)
Ikea Smaska 6oz Training Cup (polypropylene)
Re-Play 10oz Recycled Plastic Sippy Cups
EIO Kids 8oz Training Cup (glass/polypropylene/silicone)
Nuby Sippy Cups (polypropylene)
Munchkin Sippy Cups (polypropylene)
Playtex Sippy Cups (polypropylene)
Fisher Price Sippy Cups (polypropylene)
The First Years Sippy Cups (polypropylene)
Klean Kanteen 12oz Sippy Cups (stainless steel)
Thinkbaby 9oz Sippy Cup (polypropylene)
Pura Kiki 11oz Sippy Cups (stainless steel)
Eco Vessel 10oz Insulated Sippy Cups (stainless steel)
organicKidz 9oz Sippy Bottles (stainless steel)
Thermos Foogo Sippy Cups (stainless steel)
Thinkbaby 9oz Sippy Cup (stainless steel)
New Wave Enviro 12oz Sippy Cup (stainless steel)
Goo-Goo Baby 12oz Drink Bottle System (stainless steel/polypropylene)
Kid Basix 11oz Sippy Cup/Straw Bottles (stainless steel/polypropylene)

Straw Bottles and Cups

YIXIN 9oz Straw Bottle (glass/polypropylene)
Sassy Disney 10oz Straw Cups (polypropylene)
Nuby Wash or Toss 10oz Straw Cups (polypropylene)
Summer Infant Straw Cups (polypropylene)
Munchkin Straw Cups (polypropylene)
nuSpin 8oz Straw Cups (polypropylene)
Evenflo Straw Cups (polypropylene)
Green Sprouts 10oz Straw Bottles (polypropylene)
Thinkbaby 9oz Straw Bottle (polypropylene)
Sugarbooger 12oz Straw Bottles (stainless steel/polypropylene/silicone)
Skip Hop 12oz Straw Bottles (stainless steel)
Pura Kiki 11oz Straw Bottle (stainless steel)
Thermos Foogo 10oz Straw Bottles (stainless steel)
Thermos Funtainer 12oz Straw Bottles (stainless steel)
Kid Basix 11oz Sippy Cup/Straw Bottles (stainless steel/polypropylene)
Avent Straw Cups (polypropylene)
Thinkbaby 9oz Straw Bottle (stainless steel)
Zoli 6oz Straw Cups (polypropylene)
Zoli PIP 18oz Straw Water Bottles (polypropylene)
Zoli Squeak 12oz Straw Bottles (polypropylene)

Drink Bottles

LifeFactory 12oz Water Bottles (glass/silicone)
Purifyou 12oz Water Bottles (glass/silicone)
New Wave Enviro 12oz Water Bottle (stainless steel)
Laken Jannu 12oz Water Bottle (stainless steel)
OXO Good Grips 12oz Water Bottle (stainless steel)
Contigo 10oz Autospout Water Bottles (stainless steel)
Kid Basix 12oz Water Bottles (stainless steel)
Hydro Flask 12oz Insulated Water Bottles (stainless steel)
Goo-Goo Baby 12oz Drink Bottle System (stainless steel/polypropylene)
Klean Kanteen 12oz Water Bottles (stainless steel)
Thinksport 12oz Water Bottles (stainless steel)
Zoli PIP 18oz Straw Water Bottles (polypropylene)
Zoli 10oz & 12oz Insulated Water Bottles (stainless steel)
Zoli Quench 25oz Water Bottles (polypropylene)
Contigo Trekker 14oz Autoseal Water Bottles (polypropylene)

Cups and Tumblers

LifeFactory 10oz Tumblers (glass/silicone)
Kupp' 6oz Drinking Cup (glass/polypropylene)
Silikids 6oz Tumblers (glass/silicone)
Kinderville Little Bites 8oz Cups (silicone)
Preserve 16oz Recycled Plastic Cups
Ikea Kalas 8oz Tumblers (polypropylene)
Sip-a-Cup 10oz Tumblers with Built-in Straw (polypropylene)
Beaba Wide-base 4oz Cups (polypropylene)
Cub Cups 8oz Tumblers (stainless steel)
Innobaby 9oz Insulated Cups (stainless steel/polypropylene)
Baby Bjorn 4oz Wide-base Cups (polypropylene/TPE)
Thinkbaby 7oz Think Cups (stainless steel/polypropylene)
Green Eats 12oz Recycled Plastic Tumblers
Re-Play 12oz Recycled Plastic Drinking Cups
Zoli Gulp 9oz Tumblers (ceramic/silicone)
Zoli Swirl 10oz Insulated Tumblers (glass/silicone)
Moyishi Natural Tumblers (solid wood)
Lindy's 12oz Drinking Cup with Handle (stainless steel)

Drink Tops

Cuppow Jar Drink Tops (polypropylene)
Ball Sip & Straw Mason Jar Lids (polypropylene)
iLIDS Mason Jar Drink Lids (polypropylene)
EcoJarz Canning Jar Drink Lids (silicone)
EcoJarz Canning Jar Drink Lids (stainless steel)
GreenPaxx Universal Lids & Straws (silicone)
uCap Mason Jar Drink Lids (silicone)
Silikids Straw Drink Top (silicone)

Additional Safer Products We’ve Already Confirmed for You

We’ve done an awful lot of research over the last 8 years to locate safer plastic products that are free of BPA, PVC, phthalates, melamine and other worrisome #7 plastics. So take be sure to check our shopping guides first before buying food related products:

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24 Responses to 90 of the Safest Sippy Cups and Drink Bottles for Kids

  1. Sonya February 24, 2016 at 9:42 pm #

    I was wondering if you also tested the Camelbak “Eddy” kids water bottle & how it rated.

    • The Soft Landing Sisters February 25, 2016 at 9:04 am #

      Hi Sonya, Camelbak Eddy bottles are made of a plastic that falls into the recycling code #7 category, so we don’t recommend using them. ~Laura

  2. Melissa February 27, 2016 at 10:43 pm #

    Thank you so much! You guys are awesome! I’m wondering if the sippy cup lids for LifeFactory glass bottles make the cut?

    • The Soft Landing Sisters February 28, 2016 at 8:34 am #

      You’re so welcome, Melissa! Yes, LifeFactory’s sippy cup lids are made of polypropylene, so they’re an excellent choice. ~Laura

  3. The Soft Landing Sisters February 28, 2016 at 8:51 am #

    You’re very welcome! We haven’t held each of these cups in our hands, but we’ve confirmed with each manufacturer directly to verify materials. We do have to depend on the companies’ representatives to give us accurate information, but it’s been a reliable method in our experience.

    We spoke with a representative from Tommee Tippee during our research, and she informed us that all Tommee Tippee sippy cups are made of recycling code #5 polypropylene, however, we’ve since taken them off of our list due to the recent incidents of mold growing in unreachable valve parts. ~Laura

  4. Stacey Wingard February 29, 2016 at 1:25 pm #

    I’m SO happy I came across this list. Thank you!!!! When you spoke with Thermos did they specify what kind of plastic they use for their lids/spouts/straws?

    • The Soft Landing Sisters March 10, 2016 at 9:42 am #

      You’re very welcome, Stacey! Thermos lids, straws and spouts are made from either polypropylene or silicone. ~Laura

  5. Emily March 5, 2016 at 5:14 pm #

    I noticed that the skip hop stainless steel bottles are on the list, but not the plastic straw bottles. Is there a reason why? Do you know what the plastic ones are made of? And are they safe?
    Also, have you checked into the munchkin miracle 360 cup? Are they safe? They say BPA free, but I’m not sure if they are safe or not.
    Thank you so much for your hard work on this blog!

  6. Lanae Christiansen November 18, 2016 at 12:12 pm #

    Are the Contigo autospout plastic water bottles safe? I only see the stainless steel one listed. Thank you for all the work you have done! Also, on another list of safe baby food storage containers I was wondering if you have researched baby bullet and sage spoonfuls? Thank you again

    • The Soft Landing Sisters November 21, 2016 at 4:53 pm #

      Last time we checked with Contigo, they were using Tritan Copolyester in their plastic water bottles. And even though it’s BPA-free, there are several tests showing estrogenic activity (EA) in that plastic, so we recommend steering clear of it. There lids and caps, on the other hand, are made from polypropylene, which is a safer plastic.

      We have researched the Baby Bullet and while it used to be made from SAN (a more stable, non-leaching plastic), they switched to Tritan a few years ago so we no longer recommend it for blending hot food, steaming, or storing food.

      We haven’t looked into Safe Spoonfuls yet, but I’ll bet the company would tell you what type of plastic they use if you contact them directly. Then come back and let us know!

      Hope that helps!

  7. Mizzy December 22, 2016 at 4:46 pm #

    Hello, I saw that the thermos foogo 10oz straw bottle is included but I didn’t see the funtainers (12oz). Does it mean that thermos foogo funtainers (12oz) is not safe?

    • The Soft Landing Sisters
      The Soft Landing Sisters December 23, 2016 at 7:29 am #


      Co-Founder, The Soft Landing

      Babyproofing Assessment and Installation in Kansas City

      Office: (913) 815-0110

  8. Mizzy December 22, 2016 at 4:55 pm #

    Sorry, i over-looked the thermos funtainers. I am glad it is included here.. thank you.

    • The Soft Landing Sisters
      The Soft Landing Sisters December 23, 2016 at 7:28 am #


      Co-Founder, The Soft Landing

      Babyproofing Assessment and Installation in Kansas City

      Office: (913) 815-0110

  9. JS February 17, 2017 at 12:37 am #

    Hi there! Anything about the Oxo Tot line of sippy cups or straw cups? Also Wow cups? Thanks so much for your work!

  10. Mary March 11, 2017 at 9:30 pm #

    Is the new stainless steel version of the Munchkin 360 cup safe? At first glance it seems ok, but some of the responses the customer service department has provided on Amazon seem pretty shady.

    • Shawn March 21, 2017 at 5:45 pm #

      Safe is relative. What are you looking for? It seems to me that the only change is the stainless steel cup. The top looks exactly the same. #5 polypropylene plastic – one of the “safer” plastics – and the silicone sealer top. The beverage needs to travel through the plastic top to get to your child’s mouth, so it that fits into what you are looking for in terms of safety… then yes. If not, then no.

      • Mary March 22, 2017 at 2:24 pm #

        I agree with what you are saying and would be comfortable using this particular cup if not for some of the shady responses Munchkin customer service has been giving on Amazon. For example, someone asked if the silicone part of the cup is 100% silicone and they replied:

        “Good Afternoon MFDM, The Munchkin, Inc. Stainless Steel Miracle 360 Cup is made of Olefin Block Copolymer, Polypropylene , Silicone , Stainless Steel. This is a list of materials used in the entire cup, please note that we would not be able to provide you with a breakdown of what you are requesting as that falls under the realm of proprietary information. The surface elements used on the product fall within the acceptable standards as currently defined by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) International.”

        It was a freaking yes or no question. Either it’s 100% silicone or it’s not. She’s not asking for any of your trade secrets. If it’s all silicone just say yes and it’s not a secret anyway. If it’s not, just say no and explain that you can’t divulge the details. Way to inspire confidence in your product.

        • Laura March 27, 2017 at 3:31 pm #

          Yes, answers like that are questionable at best. We’ve been unable to recommend many of Munchkin’s products because of that very reason. Our article on olefin (polyolefin) plastics may help a bit more: http://thesoftlanding.com/what-is-polyolefin-plastic-and-is-it-toxic/. It’s the base of the olefin black copolymer they mention in their response, however, without more information from them (the proprietary stuff), it’s impossible to pinpoint whether that product is safe or not. ~The Soft Landing Sisters

  11. Shawn March 21, 2017 at 5:39 pm #

    it would be helpful if you put more information under each item. For example you list that the Thinkbaby straw bottle is made of stainless steel but what is the straw made of? Silicone or plastic? And does the beverage come into contact with what is obviously a plastic top? As conscientious parents we want to know everything – every detail – and we have searched out your site hoping to find that information.

    • Laura March 27, 2017 at 3:28 pm #

      Thanks for your input, Shawn. We put a lot of time and effort into our free guides, and we always make sure the product recommendations don’t include plastics like BPA, PVC, polystyrene and #7 mystery plastics. We hope you can find the information you need from what’s provided on our website, but we always encourage our readers to make calls to the manufacturer directly when necessary. Not only can this provide additional specific information, but it will also give them feedback on what people are trying to avoid and hopefully influence their future manufacturing choices. ~The Soft Landing Sisters

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