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Ohyo Collapsabottle

Ohyo Collapsabottle
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"Good product"

My kids loves the bottle as it was something they hasn't seen before it was fantastic for travelling. They seemed to find it easy to drink from. Overall a good product

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"Great handy product"

I love this bottle, it is great for on the go. After my daughter was born i used it to carry around fresh water to change her nappy with cotton. I now use it for water and juice for me or my son. It folds down so small that it fits in the side pocket of my change bag and i can refill it at any water fountain when out and about. I would highly recommend this product for anyone who travels a lot or anyone with young kids, it is really useful and handy to have around.

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"Not great "

The idea of this collapsible cup is a good one - it means you can always have a bottle to put water in, in your bag and with a straw top that my 3 year old can use - as an open bottle lip is a bit beyond her yet. However, the practicality isn't great. The plastic at the top is quite flimsy, the straw needs to be pulled right up or it leeks, and it is quite an effort to pull the cup up to it's full height, even for an adult! I was hoping to put this in my 3 year olds lunchbox, but the fiddley nature of the straw prohibited it. For £5 I would have liked a better quality drinks mechanism - I think for now i'll just continue bringing a pack of straws with us when we go out!

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"It okay"

The concept is good and the space saving is deinately a positive. The straw like spout was difficult to use and had to be tipped to allow the drink to flow. The quality was ok but not sure that it wouldn't split after a short period of time being collapsed and stretched. Expensive, I think a more suitable price would be between £1-£1.50.

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"Good for Lunchboxes"

I think a bottle where you can adjust the size is a great idea. The kids don't need big bottles in their lunch boxes as they take up too much space so this bottle is ideal. You can make it the size you need and just fill it up. Yes it has a straw type spout which you have to tip up instead of sucking up but the kids didn't have any problem with it (most bottles have to be tipped up anyway). It looks funky and has been popular with my 4 year old daughter, especially since it's pink! It is useful for trips out and would be good for camping too. I would not use it for the gym as it's not really big enough for the amount I drink, refilling would be an inconvenience to me. Think it should be a bit cheaper as the plastic around the top seems a bit flimsy so I'm not sure how long it's going to last, it seems a bit out of shape already, I guess time will tell! Overall though, I'd be willing to spend another £5 on one and have promised to buy the 8 year old one.

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"Ohyo Oh no!"

At first glance the Ohyo Collapsabottle seems a really good idea, a drinks bottle that can collapse down small to be popped in your bag or tucked away where space is limited however after using it the only use I can really find is taking it camping while it's packed down small so doesn't take up much bag space and then filling it with water while you're there purely for storage purposes. When the spout is folded down the filled bottle cannot be collapsed, however the moment you open the spout you also open yourself to a world of spillages, collapse the bottle when it's full like this and you're met with a jet stream of water! Obviously not something an adult will do but it's too tempting for children. I decided to use the bottle myself and take some water to bed with me when I was unwell, unfortunately I found you cannot use the spout like a straw, you have to fully tip it (again not ideal for kids) but the flow of water is so slow through the spout that you're better off having a regular glass....I ended up having to unscrew the lid and drink from it like a cup. For the price (almost £5) I wouldn't recommend the bottle, it's awkward, it's not suitable for younger children, I just don't feel that it has any more benefit then a standard drinks bottle.

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"Would not buy"

When I read I would be receiving this beaker I googled it and thought it looked interesting but rather strange. When it arrived my older 3 who are 7 6 and 2 all wanted a go the novelty of drinking from it soon wore off and they decided that they preferred to try and use it to squirt water over each other. I would not buy this product and I wouldn't recommend it to friends it didn't feel like it was very good quality either

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"Great idea but not worth £5"

I have the ohyo collapsible bottle and although the idea behind it is very good I also don't think It's worth £5.00. It's great for lack of storage in your bag and also good as it varies in sizes depending on how much you shrink it (collapse). However my daughter likes the idea of it and sees it as a bit if a novelty and the colours you can buy are really nice. If a store was selling them say, 2 for £5.00 then I would be inclined to purchase more. The straw bit is a good idea at the top as when your child has finished drinking, simply push it down and it stops the flow. One thing I struggled with was pulling the bottle up to original height and found this incredibly stiff and I was having to really put effort into it. For this reason I cant see the bottle staying in very good condition for long.

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"Would not buy"

All my kids tried this product, they are aged 10,5 and 4. At first they thought the product looked fun but that soon wore off and the beaker is now left in the cupboard. Firstly the cup we received was the plastic white one which is not the most exciting colour, the kids expected the bottle to collapse as they were drinking which also does not happen, once filled with juice the straw is not a straw, you have to tip the cup up to drink out of it which took my 4 yr old a few times to master and he wasn't impressed. The only good part about the breaker is that if empty then it folds very small to fit in any handbag then can be filled to however much is needed.

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