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    DS has a couple of the kid's camelbaks, one we bought just at Rebel Sport. They've been our favourite water bottle so far and quite easy to clean, no problems with leaking either.

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    Bump! Any other recommendations? My 2yo DD is in desperate need of a good drink bottle that doesn't leak, has a straw, and allows you to freely drink without suction. I flat out refuse to buy another BBox. They are awful.

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    Contigo do great water bottles that dont leak... this is their kids one
    http://www.everten.com.au/contigo-wa...rds-420ml.html

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    Loving the camelbak ones too. Recently brought my DS one after his previous 2 drink bottlesleaked thru his daycare bag a few times.

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    Camelbak!

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    Thermos funtainers are okay too. Don't leak but find they don't last as long as camelbak


 

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