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Sigg Bottles for Children

Ecotot: Sigg Bottles For Lil Ones


With all of the worries concerning plastic bottles, why bother with the hazards when there's a container that is safe to drink from and shatter proof.

The Swiss company SIGG has been manufacturing aluminum bottles for nearly 100 years. Just recently they began catering to a younger crowd. A smaller SIGG bottle is available in various playful and sprightly designs for your kids. The lil brain will adore the ABC bottle and the tiny space cadet will beg for the astronaut sipper. To learn more about these bottles,

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According to their site,

"SIGG bottles exceed FDA requirements and have been thoroughly tested to ensure 0.0% leaching – so they are 100% safe.

They also have a leak proof lid and are completely recyclable. The pretty lil things start at $16. Not a bad deal for a bottle that could last until your child leaves for college.

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MSiegel MSiegel 7 years
The Chinese knock-offs are called knock-offs for a reason. They are not nearly as reliable as SIGGS, nor are they as safe. In fact, I believe it was Sports Authority who had to recall these knock-off bottles due to lead paint - not good. SIGG has been around for 100 years, so clearly they are doing something right; I'd say spending the extra 10 bucks is worth every cent. Plus, the SIGGS are much better looking, and who wants fakes anyway?
niklectric niklectric 8 years
Borders sells SIGG knock-offs in really cute patterns and colors for around 5.99-6.99. I bought one with the "sport top" for my 15 month old. It took him a few tries, but he can drink out of it just fine.
rgrl rgrl 8 years
I have a Sigg for my son, but they are not for really little ones as the spout pours right out and makes a mess. My son is not ready for it yet, maybe when he's two.
snarkypants snarkypants 8 years
SIGG bottles are great. after the first week, i swore i would never go back to nalgene!!!
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