In The Night Garden Makka Pakka Sports Bottle Reviews
Description:Brand: Characters 4 Kids / Type: Water Bottle
Newest Review: ... able to pull the drink spout out herself, she doesn't use this for school because she has a school endorsed bottle but she ... more
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by - written on 04/08/10 (Very useful, 27 readings)
We ended up with 4 of these Makka Pakka Sports Bottles because my uncle brought them for my sister thinking they was all going to have different characters on!!! That was about a year ago and it's been good anyway because they're so well made that my sister is still on her 2nd one so it ended up being a pretty long lasting pressie! It's a very sturdy sports bottle and is made out of harder plastic than most of them we've had, it's got a nice shape and looks a lot more comfortable for little kids to hold than round bottles. You can't see the back on the photo Dooyoo have got up but there are faint finger grips on the back of the bottle and it's not going to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/09 (Very useful, 163 readings)
Although my 20 month old granddaughter is the real In The Night Garden fan, Makka Pakka has acquired somewhat of a cult status in my older granddaughter's school. It was for this reason that I jokingly bought her this sports bottle for Christmas, never believing for a minute that she'd actually use it but surprisingly it was a real hit and she now takes the bottle to school every day with some juice or pop to consume during the day. I have since bought the baby one as she has been drinking out of a cup for a while now and both me and her mum thought she'd cope with one of these sports bottles as the spout isn't too wide and made of a gentle plastic. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/12/08, updated on 22/08/10 (Very useful, 62 readings)
Heroes For Kids - In the Night Garden Makka Pakka Drinks Bottle..... Jack has been using large beakers now to have his juice in for quite some time and it came to my notice that he was able to drink out of a sports bottle just as well as he could the specially designed children's beakers from Boots and such like places. The specially designed drink beakers can sometimes cost more money than these sports bottles and therefore I thought I would try this particular sports bottle. I saw it for £2.50 pence in my local Matalan store a few months back and for that price I thought it was worth a try. The usual kids beaker we buy from Boots is nearly £4 a go ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/03/09 (Very useful, 72 readings)
When I felt my Daughter was old enough to move from a beaker to a sports bottle I decided to head out and buy one. My daughter was a huge fan of in the night garden at the time and when asking which one she wanted, she chose the makka pakka one. The description: The bottle is all blue. It is a good size so there is no need to keep filling it up. It tends to last my daughter all day when fully filled. It has a curved back to make it easier for small hands to hold. Another great benefit is the twist top, it is very easy for my daughter to open and close this and it holds the liquid in so no spills. On the front is a picture of makka ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/11 (Very useful, 36 readings)
My son and little girl used to really love In the Night Garden, even though they are a bit too old for it now and probably wouldn't admit it to their friends these days! I bought one of these In the Night Garden Makka Pakka Sports Bottles for my son early last year, and though it no longer looks anything like it did when it was new, it's still working as an operational drinking sports bottle. I bought the bottle on eBay brand new for £3 (plus £99p shipping) so I think that was a decent price to pay. The bottle is tough, begin made out of hard plastic and is the perfect size for younger kids to hold in their hands. In addition, little grips on the back of the ... Read the complete review
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