Sippi Grip: No More Playing Fetch!

03/16/2009 at 05:45 PM ET

After playing hundreds of rounds of “adult fetch” with our little ones, we longed for a product like Sippi Grip ($7). It’s a simple nylon leash with a rubbery grip that holds onto sippy cups, bottles or toys and attaches to your stroller, keeping them from falling to the ground and getting lost or dirty.

— Kristen

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Mrs. R. on

Looks like a decent idea, although I would think that a baby would figure out pretty quickly how to undo the velcro around the cup/bottle. I know my daughter would totally be itching to pull at it.

mamaM on

the idea is great! I have a few and very necessary! The one I have is different though, it’s made with buckles not velcro and works great! It’s called the “Bottle Tamer.” Totally child proof and I totally recommend it!🙂

Carolyn on

I would’ve LOVED something like this for car trips with my daughter when she was a baby!

crayol on

Looks funny. Personally, I would not use it because of cord length, it can easy end up around child’s neck.

rhm on

Sippi Grip is great for holding hour-glass shaped cups and bottles, but will not work with cups that are tapered such as the blue one shown here. The strap slides down and off the bottom of the cup.

Grampa R on

I agree with mamaM! I have tried both styles and the buckle design that the “Bottle Tamer” offers definitely does hold and works a lot better then the Velcro strap.

mom2maddy on

I agree with MamaM!

Erin on

I love this product! My son would throw his cup in the car and then be so frustrated when he couldn’t reach it! They do work best with the hourglass shape but I find that the new grippier material helps this. Also, I love that they come in cute styles (we have 3 or 4) makes it seem less utilitarian.

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