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Zing Anything Review


Product Description:
Hey kids! Tired of that boring, tasteless water? Well then give it a zing! With the Kid Zinger, you can flavor water with your favorite citrus fruit. Make tasty juice water using fresh oranges, clementines, lemons, and limes. Or add in other fruits and create unique combinations like strawberry lemon, orange mint, and berry lime.
The Kid Zinger takes the citrus-infusing technology of the Citrus Zinger and shrinks it down to kid-size.In addition to being smaller than the parent Citrus Zinger, the Kid Zinger is also redesigned to be more kid-friendly, using a rounded citrus press tip to avoid injury and adds a pop-up straw to the lid to help prevent spills.
The Kid Zinger is a healthy alternative to sugary juices and soda. All drinks can be made using only fresh fruit, though a drizzle of honey or agave syrup can be added to make a fresh-squeezed orangeade or lemonade.
The Kid Zinger has been dentist approved and is recommended for ages 6 and up.


                                                            FEATURES:

  • built-in citrus press
  • flip-up straw.
  • easy to clean, removable citrus press
  • easy to add ice via the bottom opening
  • easy-to-carry, compact design
  • dishwasher safe
  • 16oz
  • recommended for children 6 and up
  • BPA/Halogen/EA and Phthalates free
  • Designed in the USA
  • Made in the USA Tritan™ material
  • Made in Taiwan
  • Patented, and Patents Pending: zinganything.com/IP
  • 1 Year manufacturer warranty on any mechanical defects.
 My Review:
My kids ask me to make smoothies all the time and now I can instead give them fruity water instead!   They love their new water bottle and they love to get the fruit on the bottom of it to make their own personal juice.  

I like that part of this product is made here in the USA (would be better if all of it was) and is safe with no BPA's or any other icky chemicals. It is also dishwasher safe!  My kids favorite is putting oranges and strawberries in their water.  

So cleaning, it's not terrible.  I don't have a dishwasher so I do it all by hand.   I have had no problems cleaning the bottle.  I do make sure to clean the fruit out right away so it doesn't get stuck or dried on.  

I did get a coupon for a discounted price for this in exchange for an honest review.  All opinions expressed are 100% my own.  

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