ALINK Reusable Boba Smoothie Straws, 10” Long Extra Wide Fat Silicone Straws for Drinking Bubble Tea, Milkshakes, Set of 6 with Cleaning Brush
6 pcs 10” long, 0.41” inner dia / 0.53” outside dia large straws, 1 cleaning brush
Perfect for homemade thick smoothies, bubble tea and milkshakes, hot or cold
100% FOOD GRADE pure silicone, BPA free, no toxins, no weird smell or taste
Reusable, durable and flexible with no cracking, can be cut into different lengths
Feel soft against your lips, won't hurt teeth. Dishwasher safe and easy to clean
Details: Why Choose Alink Silicone Straws?
All Alink Silicone Straws Can Pass Pinch Test!
Here's an excerpt from an article from a January 7th 2010
NY Times Food section:
The better silicone products cost more than the glass or metal ones they replace. Some of them are worth it. But beware: not all silicone is created equal. To reduce costs, some manufacturers add fillers to the product. Luckily there is
a simple way to tell: pinch and twist a flat surface on the item. If white shows through, the product contains filler. Pure silicone does not change color when twisted.
YOU CAN DRINK THICK SMOOTHIE AND BUBBLE TEA
The opening reach approx 14 mm, which means you can see how easy the boba or even the most thick smoothies come out. The flexibility and softness make sure the straws can hold its shape when bent sharply.
PERFECT FOR HOT AND COLD DRINKS
Silicon can handle hot or cold drinks (-80℃～250℃). If you are looking for something safe to drink hot liquids through, don’t miss Alink silicone straws!
SAFE FOR KIDS AND PREVENT TEETH STAINNING
It’s very dangerous to let kids use hard plastic straws or metal straws, wich accidentally scraping up their mouth sometimes. With our soft silicone straws, they can drink without any risk, they won’t break the straw from chewing on it, or crack it from bending it. They can drink at any angle.
WORK GREAT FOR PREGNANT WOMEN, THE AGED AND BED-RIDDEN.
For pregnant women, our non-leaching medical grade silicone straws can reduce the exposure to the endocrine disrupting chemicals from plastics such as BPA, which can cause birth defects.