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Sistema Twist 'N' Sip Water Bottle 460ml - £1.50 (Prime) £5.99 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 9th Apr

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Can't seem to find cheaper but could be wrong. Great for kids
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Sistema Hydrate Twist and Sip Water Bottle, 460 ml

  • BPA and Phthalate free bottle for school, sports and on the go
  • Twist n sip lid provides a more hygienic way to drink
  • Sculptured easy grip shape
  • Dishwasher safe (top rack), microwave (without lid), fridge and freezer safe
  • Designed and made in New Zealand

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good bottles but make sure you clean the tops properly
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great bottles, we have one for out daughter, and it's the only bottle iIve found that doesn't leak, heat added
Heat added
good bottles but make sure you clean the tops properly
great bottles, got a few and worth buying when they are on sale
eslick09/04/2020 13:04

good bottles but make sure you clean the tops properly


Yes I have had to throw a couple in the recycling bin due to mould.
Hi guys - are these dishwasher safe, bottle and lid please? Thanks everyone
MBCH09/04/2020 13:18

Hi guys - are these dishwasher safe, bottle and lid please? Thanks …Hi guys - are these dishwasher safe, bottle and lid please? Thanks everyone


Yup dishwasher safe bottle and lid.
Edited by: "bixbarton" 9th Apr
Wish other colours this price frustrating when you have a boy and a girl
Thanks for posting
Ordered thank you
scottydogg8109/04/2020 13:29

Wish other colours this price frustrating when you have a boy and a girl


There was a larger blue one on last night for £2
1616french09/04/2020 13:46

There was a larger blue one on last night for £2


Has it now gone up in price?
Fab bottles. My daughters have a few. Will buy some more. Thanks
Thanks, three ordered.
All gone?
Erudite09/04/2020 14:10

Thanks, three ordered.


Wasn't letting me add to basket saying currently unavailable, but I checked again after seeing your reply and I could order again. Bought one for my niece. Thank you.
These are awful, the mouth bit just let's loads of air in, I don't recommend even for the price
My gf has one of these and although it’s good / doesn’t leak, I personally don’t like it as it’s impossible to take the lid apart to clean it properly. I much prefer the screw type chug bottles like the camelbak one ( these are expensive however ) which can be completely cleaned with ease and are leak proof.
Ordered . Thank you
Bikerdanny09/04/2020 20:43

My gf has one of these and although it’s good / doesn’t leak, I personally …My gf has one of these and although it’s good / doesn’t leak, I personally don’t like it as it’s impossible to take the lid apart to clean it properly. I much prefer the screw type chug bottles like the camelbak one ( these are expensive however ) which can be completely cleaned with ease and are leak proof.



they’re easy to take apart to clean once you know how - vimeo.com/155…894
kiteless09/04/2020 23:08

they’re easy to take apart to clean once you know how - h …they’re easy to take apart to clean once you know how - https://vimeo.com/155489894



Magic ! Cheers for that.
Why throw them in the bin when mouldy- simply let them soak in bleach for a while and they will be as good as new
Edited by: "swarnford" 10th Apr
Order cheers OP
These are normally cheap enough in Wilko's, Tesco etc. Got s few last year in Tesco for 75p on sale. Very good bottles. I actually put them through the baby bottle steriliser ever so often and so far has prevented any mould build up.
swarnford10/04/2020 06:49

Why throw them in the bin when mouldy- simply let them soak in bleach for …Why throw them in the bin when mouldy- simply let them soak in bleach for a while and they will be as good as new


Good old food safe bleach. That's why you have more than one child I guess, to test these things out on.
scottydogg8109/04/2020 13:29

Wish other colours this price frustrating when you have a boy and a girl


Blue looks to be the same price for orders over £20.
£3.96 ??
They always go black and mouldy inside the lid and are impossible to clean. I wouldn't get these again
Expired?
As this expired?
swarnford10/04/2020 06:49

Why throw them in the bin when mouldy- simply let them soak in bleach for …Why throw them in the bin when mouldy- simply let them soak in bleach for a while and they will be as good as new


Do NOT use bleach to clean these! That really is not safe to do.
Can you not use Milton cleaner used for baby bottles?
edanfalls10/04/2020 23:44

Do NOT use bleach to clean these! That really is not safe to do.


Never harmed anyone who used to use up it to clean tea cups, won’t hurt but obviously don’t just wash and drink, make sure they are rinsed sufficiently.
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