When your little one is busy having fun & discovering new skills, they’ll need plenty of water to fuel their adventures. That's where Captain Quench comes to the rescue. He's tough enough for any adventure & will help your little hero defeat Dr. Dry!
To open, simply press the little button to release the SoftFlex™ silicone spout & that's when the magic happens. Water flows freely, making it easier to drink like a grown-up. This type of spout is kind to little teeth too.
There's a soft silicone gripper to make it really easy for little (& often mucky) hands to hold onto as well as a quick grab handle for when they're running around.
This awesome cup is made from magical stuff called Tritan which is BPA free & built to be extra strong. Its shatter-proof, baby-proof & doesn’t warp in the dishwasher plus Tritan is as clear as glass so you can keep track of how much water your little one’s drinking. Pretty good hey?
You'll have no hassle caring for your Captain Quench cup either – you can just pop it into the dishwasher for a proper clean & bingo, ready for drinking from all over again.
No spills. No BPA. No nasties. 100% hydration.
To keep your cup clean & hygienic wash in warm soapy water & follow the instructions included. You can also use a steriliser or dishwasher. Make sure you change the teats & spouts every 2 - 3 months & always remember to keep an eye out for any damage through wear & tear.
Nûby delivers to UK and Ireland only. If you have further questions regarding Nûby's ability to deliver to your address, please call our customer careline on freephone 0800 334 5844 or for overseas you can call +44 191 5190487.
Orders received are processed between Monday and Friday. Deliveries will be made by DPD and costs are a flat rate.
Free UK Mainland delivery on all orders over £25.
£4.50 to the UK Mainland excluding Scottish Highlands Recorded Delivery via DPD within 5 business days for orders under £25.
£7.50 to Northern Ireland and ROI via DPD Recorded Delivery.
£10.00 to Scottish Highlands
£12.00 to Channel Islands and Scottish Islands
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