Lollacup – Review

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*This post is made possible by Lollacup. I received a promotional item in order to facilitate this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. This post may contain affiliate links.*

Having little kids in the house means that we have an endless supply of sippy cups, juicebox holders and other various drinking containers. As our little Ellie continues to grow and waits for the arrival or her baby brother, we were looking to upgrade her to a cup with a straw.

Let me start by saying that I have NEVER been a fan of cups with straws because in all of my experiences, they lead to a mess, are a pain to clean and when it came down to it, they were all a pain in the tush.

Then one night, I was watching TV and I flipped on ABC’s Shark Tank. None of the items people were trying to sell to the investors interested me until they showed an update on a product that did get the investors attention and that was the Lollacup.

Lollacup Logo

Here was a crazy cute and innovative infant/toddler sippy cup with a straw that was flexible and had a weighted end making it possible to drink even when the cup is tilted. Seeing this cup, we just had to have them and give them a try.

Now here we are, thanks to our friends at Lollacup!

I believe I have finally found a cup with a straw that doesn’t drive me bonkers, is easy to clean (thanks to the super handy straw cleaning brush included with the cup) and we don’t have something leaking all over the place!

Studying the Lollacup

At first, Ellie was confused and couldn’t figure out why on Earth we were giving her a cup with a straw as this was all very new to her. After over a week of use, she is now a pro with her Lollacup and can’t get enough of it!

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You can buy your own Lollacup for $15.95 from the selection below.

 

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Anne

Anne is a 30-something full-time SAHM mom of 5 ranging from 1 to 15 who resides in Ashwaubenon (Green Bay) Wisconsin. She started blogging in 2008 as a way to regain her sanity. She enjoys coffee, chocolate, cheeseburgers and vodka along with spending time with her husband and kids.

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    Jillian S says

    I would like to try this for my daughter, she still hasn’t grasped the way to throw her head back and drink from a regular sippy cup, so straw cups are all we us

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    Cassandra Eastman says

    My little ones current straw cup is “leak proof”… except it isn’t really, I can’t trust her with it alone because i’ll find it laying somewhere with a puddle on the carpet!

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    Karina Colrman says

    I saw the original episode with Lollacup when it first came on Sharktank. At that time I was still pregnant, and sippy cups were a thing of the future, not now. Now, I’m trying to transition my son over to a cup, and had completely forgotten about this one. I would LOVE to win one of these cups.

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    Stephanie Larison says

    I saw this on Shark Tank when it was on, thought it was a great idea! I’d love one for my daughter.

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    Robert says

    We’ve got a daughter on the way, and this looks very neat compared to what we used with our last one.

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    says

    We hope you enjoy your lollacup!

    Please keep in mind that this is an alternative to the straw cups on the market with spill-proof valves. Our daughter had an incredibly tough time weaning off the bottle because these valves were so hard to use, not to mention hard to clean. So we created lollacup for those children who really needed a straw that was easy to use and suck from.

    Hope that information helps when purchasing or thinking about the lollacup! Best of luck!

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    samantha s says

    My son is being stubborn about converting to sippy cups and thinks its cute to pour milk all over the carpet. He drinks fine out of a straw though so this cup would be perfect.

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    jamie braun says

    i want to try it because my daughter LOVES straws, but we cant find leak proof cups with them. but this one seems leak proof!

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    Lauren U says

    My little one has trouble tipping his sippy cup. I’d like to try a straw cup and see if that helps.

    lauren.uda(at)gmail(dot)com

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    Laura Jacobson says

    Oh I would love to win one! Carter has trouble using straws and always tips his cup! I love that this cup still works when its tipped! And…a huge plus that its BPA-free and made in the USA!

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    Danielle Johnson says

    My sons have to have a straw in their cup and blow bubbles, this looks as if it won’t spill over.

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    Coriander Warren says

    This would actually be a gift for one of my friends who would get a lot of use from this!

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    Rochel S. says

    I saw it on Shark Tank and thought it was so cool! Love how its weighted and how easy it is to clean

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    Christine H. says

    My best friend is having a girl, it’s her first pregnancy, and I’d like to give her one of these.

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    Donald Light says

    i want to get it for my sister who is about to have her first baby and i’m sure she’d lovee to have these!

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    Samantha Waters says

    My daughter is going to be 7 months old on the 29th and has just started using a sippy cup. She can’t quite get used to the hard nipple like sippys and I think the softer straw sippy would be much better for her! I’d love to win a Lollacup to see how she’d like it!

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    Carolyn Daley says

    I love watching Shark Tank. The reason I would like to win is because this would be useful for my nephew in the coming months and like you mention in your review you do not have to worry about a mess. I like that the Lollacup its less likely to leak and that it is easier to clean with the brush included.

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    susan smoaks says

    i would love to try the lollacup because it’s something new and i think it would work for our son

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    Misha Lynn Estrada says

    I would like to try this because my daughter spills a lot from an open cup but is getting a little big for a sippy.

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