Sippy Cup Replacement Spout
Free of - Bisphenol-A (BPA), phthalates, nitrosamines, lead, PVC, PET, Tritan and biologically harmful chemicals
No Spill Spout!!! – features our cross cut design. The design also mimics natural breastfeeding as it requires your little one to nurse to receive fluid.
Extra soft, medical grade silicone - provides easier transition from bottle feeding to Sippy cup.
Recommended age ranges: Sippy Cup Spouts 9 to 36 months.
The transformational line
The thinkbaby system allows parents to transform baby bottles to our award winning Sippy Cup through purchase of the Conversion Kit or replacement spouts. The system saves parents money and the environment from discarding baby bottles when it’s time for the next stage in feeding.
The spout is made from medical grade silicone.
Do you conduct animal testing?
We do not conduct animal testing on any of our products. All of our testing is either chemical testing or biological testing (on cells). We utilize third-party globally certified laboratories to conduct our testing.
USE & CARE
What nipple flow should I use?
Thinkbaby baby bottles come outfitted with slow flow nipples. The nipples are designed for newborns to 3 months. The flow rates are determined by averages. Depending on your little one you may need to adjust which flow rate that you purchase. The chart below should provide help in determining which to purchase.
Child’s Age Suggested Flow Rate
0 to 3 months Slow Flow Nipples
3 to 6 months Medium Flow Nipples
6 to 12 months Fast Flow Nipples
9 to 36 months Sippy Cup Spouts
Baby bottle nipples and spouts made from silicone will typically last 2 to 3 months prior to needing replacement. If you notice tears or breakage, discontinue use and replace.
How do I care for my Thinkbaby spouts?
Thinkbaby bottles are dishwasher safe (Top Rack recommended). We also recommend making sure that the dishwasher is not set to a super hot setting or dry setting, as this will reduce the longevity of the spout. When washing the nipples in the dishwasher, we recommend using a detergent that is free of chlorine. Most of the natural detergents on the market from Eco Lever to Seventh Generation should be free of toxic chemicals. If hand-washing, the American Pediatrics Association suggests using warm soapy water, but only if you live in an area with treated water systems.