GCap Review (GCap)

What It Is

When your child transitions away from spill-proof baby bottles and sippy cups, unfortunately, he doesn't transition away from spills. Keeping toddlers and young kids in mind, the mom-invented GCap was born. It's a stretchable and reusable bottle cap that fits any sized bottle drink to prevent a child's spills. You simply put it on the uncapped bottle and insert a straw, not included, and then your child is ready to drink with ease and no spills.

The GCap is non-toxic and food-safe. It's made of Thermoplastic Elastomers that are free of BPA, PVC, and phthalates. It's also tear-resistant, dishwasher-safe, and comes in a protective carrying case.

Why Is It Useful?

This is an invention that every mom is going to want. We like that it stretches over just about any bottled beverage from chocolate milk to water bottles so that no matter what your kid is drinking, you don't have to worry about spills. It would be especially useful in the car, but just make sure you pack some straws along with the GCap because it can't be used without a straw.

Who It’s For

The GCap is recommended for ages 18 months and up, depending on the child's ability to use a straw.

What To Be Aware Of

We did experience some leakage through the straw when our bottle was held at certain angles, and the product instructions do say that the GCap doesn't protect against minor leakage. But a little bit of water is better than the whole bottle of water.

This only works with bottled beverages and straws. A straw is not included.

Do not use this with carbonated beverages.

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  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy