Saturday, March 3, 2012

Kid Basix Safe Sporter Review { GIVEAWAY }




At Kid Basix, we started a revolution when we rethought the sippy cup and created the Safe Sippy™ no-spill bottle from clean, non-leaching stainless steel. But while BPA-free products are still important to parents, the world is changing. Safety, value, the environment - they are all important now. And Kid Basix will continue to be at the forefront of that conversation as we !rethink: EVERYTHING
I recently was sent a Kid Basix Safe Sporter to review. While we do have a few "sports bottles" for Branden to use, they are quite large and don't have any "grippie" on them.

A 16 ounce bottle of water costs about $2.00. It costs a quarter penny to fill up our 16 ounce Safe Sporter™ water bottle.



One of the easiest ways to save is to replace your bottled water with reusable, easy to recycle stainless steel water bottles. What kind of savings? Nearly $2000 per year for some families! And consider these other ways we can !rethink: SAVE:
•Save our oil. One plastic water bottle takes 5 ounces of oil to make. The oil we waste making water bottles every year would power 12 million cars.
•Save our water. A single plastic bottle can take 2-7 times the amount of liquid that bottle holds just to make the bottle in the first place. Water wasted worldwide every year? Almost one trillion gallons!
•Save our environment. We recycle less than 15%. The rest end up in landfills, incinerators…or the ocean.
Save $2000 per family and the planet, too? Puts !rethink: SAVE in a whole new light.


We were sent the Safe Sporter in red which is a great gender neutral color you know in case our girls ever want to use Branden's water bottle



I love that the bottom has a "plastic coaster" if you will. It doesn't leave that yucky water ring on the table.
This is the Mud Cap,pull spout and wide mouth on the Safe Sporter. I really like the Mud Cap. It makes me feel much better knowing that Branden's sport bottle will be kept clean. Especially the way my son tosses his sports bottles around in the dugout! no more sandy mouth!

As soon as I got the Safe Sporter washed he needed to bring it to school. We filled the bottle with a few ice cubes and some water and could you believe that when he got home from school almost 7 hours later the water was still ICE COLD?!

Finally, a sports bottle that will actually keep his drink cold. I'm not sure how that would work out in the 90 degree baseball weather but it works great for now.

Kid Basix has generously offered one Party of 5 reader the chance to win their very own Safe Sporter.




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5 comments:

Jeff, Jeff and Zaria said...

Definitely the 2 in 1 sippy to straw! My 14 month old predominately uses a sippy, but she can use a straw soon and we'll probably be gradually phasing out the sippy cups so this would be perfect for the transition.

Tara Oliver said...

the starter sippy looks awesome! I love their products.

Vanessa Coker said...

I like the Safe Starter baby bottle.

Martha said...

Where were these sippies when I needed them. Now I know where to go next time.

Angela said...

I would love to try the 2 in 1 sippy straw bottle
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