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Gear Thursday with a Giveaway: Safe Sippy2 from Kid Basix

If you've been reading this blog for a while you may remember I did a post about the Safe Starter from Kid Basix. It's a stainless steel bottle with a silicon sleeve and is a great alternative to plastic bottles because it's sturdy and BPA free. Check out the original post for all the info.

Kid Basix actually has a full line of great products all of them stainless steel and BPA free. One of their newest products is the Safe Sippy2.

I had to move some of my reviews off this blog so please click here to see the whole thing...it's easy.

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  1. I did method 3, became a fan on facebook. I've been enjoying your blog - I have a 10 month old, so I'm curious to see how things develop once your little one arrives!

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  2. i love that safe starter bottle! very superficial, but i l.o.v.e the colors!
    ~amanda
    baonstott@sbcglobal.net

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  3. became a fan of kid basix on facebook!
    ~amanda
    baonstott@sbcglobal.net

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  4. I love the safe sippy 2. Versatile and practical!

    Enjoying your blog. Can't wait to hear about the arrival of your little. I have 2 under 3 - lots of fun and chaos!

    Virginia
    mumtoddlerbabe.blogspot.com

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  5. Man it's hard to say. I like them all because they look cool & are safe for the environment. I like the Safe Sporter b/c it looks like the whole family could use it. I like the Safe Slippy b/c my nephew is having a hard time switching from a bottle to a cup, but I think he would use this one. But I guess my favorite is the Safe Starter b/c that's the first one I would need.

    Jewel
    mommijewel.com

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  6. Method 1:
    I checked out the site. My favorite feature is the straw and adapter. I like teaching my ids to use a straw early on. It is useful.
    I also think the safe sporter looks good.

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  7. I follow Bret Plate and I tweeted

    http://twitter.com/goodieslist/status/6130790139

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  8. I became a fan of kid basix on facebook

    nieceyd@gmail.com

    niecey docherty

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  9. my favorite is "the coolest baby bottle in the world" - the safe starter! Obviously love that it's BPA free.

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  10. follow and tweeted: http://twitter.com/babydickey/status/6246727411

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  11. I dig the Safe Sippy 2, because I like the straw and cover features. Although, lets be honest, I'd likely lose those shortly after the first use.

    Still, it's the THEORY I appreciate!

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  13. @designtist loves the straw as it makes my little baby feel like a big girl

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  14. Checked out the Kid Basix site. I like the Safe Starter because appears that one has measurements written on the travel cap. I'm an ocd person so I find that very handy.

    I also really like the versatility of the The Safe Sippy 2. Lots of neat features all around.

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  15. Following @BretPlate on Twitter and tweeted about the contest.

    http://twitter.com/MaybeItWasMtown/status/6307858463.

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  16. I am excited about this it is awesome and it beats plastic. thanks for the chance to win.

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  17. I love the Safe Sippy 2. I have two twin toddlers who make a sport out of making a mess with sippy cups!

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  18. I have tweeted
    http://twitter.com/simonefranssen/status/6412424955

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  19. I am a Kid Basix fan on Facebook
    (Simone Wootton-Franssen) and follow your blog with Google

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  20. I like The Safe Sporter as it has a cap and looks like it would be great to take for a run. My email is visible in my profile :)

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  21. I am a fan of Kid Basix on Facebook (Kym Teale) Email is visible in my profile.

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  22. My favorite feature is that they are made out of Stainless Steel.

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  23. I tweeted, homie:
    http://twitter.com/The818/statuses/6602629604

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  24. I am a fan of Kid Basix on Facebook (Kym Teale) Email is visible in my profile.

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  25. I am a Kid Basix fan on Facebook
    (Simone Wootton-Franssen) and follow your blog with Google

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  26. I am excited about this it is awesome and it beats plastic. thanks for the chance to win.

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  27. @designtist loves the straw as it makes my little baby feel like a big girl

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  28. I became a fan of kid basix on facebook

    nieceyd@gmail.com

    niecey docherty

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  29. became a fan of kid basix on facebook!
    ~amanda
    baonstott@sbcglobal.net

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  30. I love the safe sippy 2. Versatile and practical!

    Enjoying your blog. Can't wait to hear about the arrival of your little. I have 2 under 3 - lots of fun and chaos!

    Virginia
    mumtoddlerbabe.blogspot.com

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