¥1,300 – ¥1,600
With 50 years of history as one of Japan’s most trusted baby supply company, Richell offers stylish, BPA free straw cups.
Richell straw cups may be sterilized by:
- boiling water
- sterilizing solution
Package Size (Approximately): 200 ml / 6.7 fl. oz. Length: 11.5 cm / 4.5” Width: 9.5 cm / 3.7“ Thickness: 7.5 cm / 2.9”
Product Size (Approximately): 200 ml / 6.7 fl. oz. Circumference: 6.5 cm / 2.5“ Length: 11 cm / 4.3”
Amount per Pack: 1 Cup
Made in China
Manufacturer / Supplier: Richell
Address: 136 Mizuhashi Sakuragi, Toyama-shi, Toyama
Phone #: 076-478-3957
Official Website: http://www.richell.co.jp
Instructions: Take out the piece of paper in the cup before using product for the first time.
• Appropriate for 8 months and up.
• To prevent content from spilling, keep lid on at all times when not in use.
• Do not put freezing or hot content in the cup. Cup can hold up to 90 degrees Celsius or 194 degrees Fahrenheit.
• Do not hand freezing or hot content to your baby / child.
• Close the lid completely to avoid content from spilling.
• Spout, Valve, Top and Handle can be sterilized / washed by microwave – boiling water – sterilizing solution – dishwasher
• Lid and Button by boiling water – dishwasher
• Cup by – sterilizing solution – dishwasher
ATTENTION : Item cannot be microwaved by itself. Need to be placed inside a microwave sterilizer case.
• KEEP AWAY FROM FIRE. FLAMMABLE.
• Do not use the product for purposes other than the intended purposes.
• Product you receive may have different designs from the website photo.
How to Store Product:
• Keep out of reach of children. Make sure your children do not have access to product and packaging.
• Avoid high temperature, high humidity, direct sunlight. Store in cool environment. Leaving the package in a hot environment could melt the plastic. Do not leave in hot environment.
• To avoid danger of suffocation throw away empty package.
Made Of: Silicone Rubber • Polypropylene • Polypropylene Elastomer • Saturated Polyester Resin
• Silicone Rubber – Made of silicon, carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.
• Polypropylene – Commonly used in plastic products, packaging and labeling.
• Saturated Polyester Resin – Common plastic.
Disposal Instructions: Follow your district’s garbage policies.
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