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Wednesday, August 15, 2012

No Throw Review & Giveaway

No many times as parents, caregivers, and grandparents have you uttered those words? Well, not any more! Our aim is to make life simple for you. Here is our answer. 'Nothrow', an easy to use baby bottle and sippy cup tether that fits on all types of baby bottles and sippy cups. The adjustable Velcro strap and leash style handle makes it an excellent design to attach 'Nothrow' to any child car seat, high chair, stroller, baby backpack, bike seat...etc. When you are out shopping, dinning, on vacation, at festivals, or any other family occasion; 'Nothrow' is a must to bring along. It will keep your dear little one happy by keeping their bottle/cup within reach and you never have to worry about loosing another one again. Planes, trains, and automobiles, it doesn't matter where you are, your little one will be happy and that means you will be happy. 'Nothrow'...ahhh so much better than "NO THROW"!

*I got one each of the Blue with Dinosaurs

My Review

I got a No Throw bottle tether and a No Throw pacifier tether to review. My boys were never attached to the pacifier so I'm currently using that as a key tether inside my purse. I can never seem to find my keys when I need them lol. The No Throw bottle tether has come in handy big time for me. Even at 7 and 4 my boys cant seem to hold onto their cups in the car to save their lives! It's constantly "I dropped my cup can you get it" being yelled at the top of their lungs lol. This has made it much easier for them to just pick their own cup back up without me having to break my back twisting around rooting on the floor for the dropped cup. The quality of these tethers is great too. They won't be easily broken or ripped. This is an awesome pair of tethers and the next person I know who is having a baby is getting a set from me! 5 stars*****

Right now NoThrow is having an overstock sale on select items on their site!

I received the above products through Sublime Media Connection in exchange for an honest review. In no way was I asked to give a positive review. This giveaway was brought to you by the Sublime Media Connection. The participating bloggers cannot be held responsible for the delivery of this item, as that is the responsibility of the sponsor. If you have any questions regarding the delivery of the prize please email


  1. I soooo need these lol entered ty!

  2. These sound great! I hated having to pick up things my daughter used to drop.

  3. I wish I would have known these were around when my son was younger. He's 3 now and while he does occasionally have those throwing episodes, they are very few and far between compared to the "old days". Thank goodness! Still, my best friend could really use these!

  4. Great Product.. I could have used this years ago with my little ones.

  5. I need one of these for my daughter! She is always throwing her bottle and sippy cups!

  6. Both my kiddos are out of this stage but I have a nephew who was just born! Will have to look into this for him! It wont be long before he is at that stage!

  7. I so couold have used these when my kids were little. Great review

  8. could use this for my son he always is throwing or spilling omething what a great product

  9. ah haha! I LOVE THE NAME! My little guy is 4 and he still throws everything. It's just good fun (for him). And even if he didn't throw whatever, whatever still ends up on the floor from the cart. They really need to rethink the carts, by now. Harris Teeter has cool carts with cup holders and it helps a lot :)
    Daydreaming Realist

  10. Just wanted to add that it's a wonderful idea to use it as a key holder, too. Most of my pants don't have pockets in them (what's up with that, anyway, right? they say its slimming, but I'd rather have pockets), so I'd definitely use that in my purse, too. My guy never liked pacifiers, either... just the first few weeks, sorta.