Nuby Thirsty Kids™ Flip-it™ (Product Review)

Nuby Thirsty Kids

Kids and  H2O

Does your child drink enough water?

According to the Association of Childcare Physicians, a toddler (1-3 years old) a child should drink 40 oz per day. Approximately 50 oz per day is needed for a child over age 3.

Water is so important for kids (and for us, of course). During these cold winter months, I sometimes find it difficult to remember to drink enough fluids! To keep my kids (and me) hydrated, I pack water bottles to keep with us all day long.

If you’re an on-the-go family, you’ll love these Nuby Thirsty Kids™ Flip-it™ bottles!

Nuby water bottles

Nuby Thirsty Kids™ Flip-it™

Today, I’m reviewing two different (yet similar) Flip-it™ bottles: the “Freestyle” and the “Water Canteen.”

The Freestyle is a 12 oz/360 ml bottle suitable for children 18 months and up. Totally perfect for thirsty kids on the go!

Product information:

  • Vari-Flo™ valve portects against spills and leaks!
  • Silicone band for easy gripping.
  • Made from tough, durable tritan plastic from eastman
  • Available at Babies R’ Us

The Water Canteen is also 12 oz/360 ml and is suitable for children 18 months and up.

Product information:

  • Hygienic cover keeps spout clean when closed
  • Silicone band for easy gripping
  • Made from tough, durable tritan plastic from eastman
  • Available at Babies R’ Us

As you can see, these two bottles are very similar! Note that the big difference is that the Canteen (orange bottle in photo) features a hygienic cover that, when closed, protects against spills/leaks.

My daughter is 14 months old and she is able to use either bottle without a problem–I just have to help her close the valve/cover when she’s done!

nuby bottles in car

Don’t Forget!

With either of these Nuby water bottles, you have an easy way to keep water on-hand, wherever you are!

Remember, even when it isn’t hot and humid, our bodies need water. adds that water helps to keep immune systems strong and our digestive systems working properly. It’s flu season around here, so it doesn’t hurt to get my daughter to drink some extra water!

Kids don’t know (or really care) about this type of information, so make sure you’re giving them what they need most! 🙂

Stay hydrated!



P.S. I received these two water bottles in exchange for an unbiased review. See my disclosure policy for more information.



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