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Stephen Joseph Little Squirt - Butterfly - 10 oz
Little Squirts are the must have lunch and activity accessory! Collapsible folding drinking pouch holds 10 oz and features a carabiner claw clip to attach to bags or belt loops. Interior pop top lid prevents leaking and exterior click on lid keeps mouth piece clean.
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|Discontinued by vendor|
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Comments about Little Squirt - Tiger - 10 oz:
The first time I tried to remove the cap from this bag it broke completely off. I purchased this bag for my toddler to use but it leaks badly unless it is upright, so I wouldn't recommend it for any child. The second time she used I pulled up on the spout to open it and the spout cracked in half. I threw this thing in the recycling bin and I will not be purchasing another. Don't waste your money. This thing didn't even hold up to my use; it didn't stand a chance with my toddler.
Comments about Little Squirt - Dino - 10 oz:
I really dislike this water bottle. There are so many things wrong with it. First of all, it barely holds any water. I took it with me to the airport for my toddler, and I had to keep filling it up because he'd drink it all. Second, the fact that it's a bag makes it hard to dry quickly, because the sides stick together on the inside. Finally and worst of all, it LEAKS. It leaks from the head while my son is drinking from it. What parent wants that?? Not to mention if he holds it too low (as toddlers are apt to do), the top flops over and then spills water all over the floor. Interesting idea, but bad in practice.