- Click Lock leak-proof design, easy-to-grip handles
- Easy-to-clean, one-piece spill-proof valve
- BPA free
- Top rack dishwasher safe
- 6 plus months
- Click Lock leak-proof design, easy-to-grip handles
- Easy-to-clean, one-piece spill-proof valve
- BPA free
- Top rack dishwasher safe
- 6 plus months
Great toy, but not the greatest cup
While my daughter is a little younger than most kids who use a sippy cup, I know she will grow into it soon and I figured we could give it a try. She has no problem holding bottles with a similar design and honestly I get a little tired of cleaning up the spills from the bottle, so I thought this might be a good solution.She had no problem holding the cup and knew exactly what she needed to do with it. She really worked hard at it, but despite all her work she wasn’t able to get much liquid out. I tried it and I even had some difficulty. I tried the second cup to see if it was perhaps just a flaw in the first, but that didn’t seem to be the case. It did act as promised is that she was not able to make a big mess with it, but since she wasn’t able to get that much to drink either it really didn’t help much.My daughter did seem to enjoy the design and liked turning it around in her hands, so it did work as a bit of a toy. Once she was finished playing, I took them apart to clean them. Getting them apart and cleaning them was fairly easy, but getting them back together was a bit more difficult. I have tucked them away for now and will give them a try again when she is bigger, but since even I had trouble using them I don’t really foresee them getting a great deal of use.
Best Tranier Cups!
Our son loves these cups. They really do seem to lock in better than other trainer cups as far as allowing spilling.The colors they come in are bright and awesome. The mouth piece is made of silicone that can definitely take a lot of biting from our little velociraptor.Easy for babies to hold and great for them to learn how to use sippy cups!
Finally something worked!
We had tried several different brands of sippy cups and our son wanted nothing to do with them. We started him out with NUK as he had done well with their bottles and first step sippy cup already, but when we tried to move him to the third step, he hated it and would just throw it down. After trying several other brands that had the softer spouts as well as harder spouts, we found these and everyone is happy.
Doesn’t leak, probably best for ages 14 months plus
This is our absolute favorite sippy cup. I love that I can hear the click when the top part locks onto the cup. The flexible plastic spout is made from thick rubber and though it goes through the dishwasher constantly, I have had no problem with cracks or ripping. The handles make the cup easy to grip and it is by far, the most leakproof cup that we have found. I have tried countless brands and styles of sippy cups, and the my biggest complaint is that they all seem to leak. But this cup is almost leak proof.I do recommend, however, not to immediately give up on the cup if your baby can’t immediately suck the liquid out. Personally, I think by 14-18 months that most babies can manage to suck out of it. But smaller babies may have a problem sucking the liquid out and get frustrated with it. Just give it to them a few more times, if they suck and still no liquid comes out, and they are under 14-18 months you may just need to wait until they are at least 14 months for them successfully suck liquid from the cup. So, my advice is to hold onto the cup and not immediately ditch it if it doesn’t work out at first. Even with a baby over 18 months it may take them a few times of being introduced to the cup for them to master the sucking needed to drink from it. If you need a cup for a smaller infant then I recommend straw cups like thisMunchkin Mighty Grip Flip Straw Cups 2-Pack, 10- Ounce (Colors Vary)But once your baby gets used to this Munchkin click lock cup, you will love it. This is because it is leakproof, sturdy and with only three pieces it is easy to assemble. I love that it doesn’t have extra plastic parts inside the cup that are required for assembly. With other cups I always lose the small plastic inserts because they are hard to not lose in the dishwasher, leaving me with a sea of half assembled sippies with missing parts – it’s like a sad sippy cup graveyard in my kitchen drawers. But with the Munchkin click lock cups I have yet to lose any of the three parts because it’s so easy to keep track of the spout, large screw on top with handles and the cup itself.So, these have become my go-to sippy cup for both my three year old and my one and a half year old. I love how leakproof and sturdy these cups are and I highly recommend them!
Disappointed about leaking
We had a previous iteration of this product that we really loved. But, this updated version has a tendency to leak. They are too messy for us. We won’t be getting them again.
we used these with my daughter starting at 10 months and we still use them at 17 months. However, we are switching to a different cup with a softer bit part because these are a little harder to get liquid out of.
Does not leak! Highly recommend!
We have several of these sippy cups. I am very pleased with the lack of leaks. They wash well in the top rack of the dishwasher. I use the Munchkin dishwasher basket to put the spouts in and that works great. You have to push pretty hard to get the spout out the first time but it gets easier after that first time. It took my daughter a while to learn to tilt her head back to drink from the cup but I think that is just the normal transition from bottle to cup issue. The handles work out great for her to hold. What I did was get several of these cups because it is so easy to interchange the cups, spouts, and handles with one another. This way you are not always hunting for the right lid to match a particular cup. They all go together! Anything to make life a little easier! :)I would buy again and have.
Perfect for my munchkins
My twins do really well with these and there is no messy clean-up. The click lids are great for letting us know that they are safe to hand over to the kids. Love these!
Very easy to use! My 5 month old had no problem learning to use it! There’s not much you have to clean as well. Definite buy!
The holes on the valve eventually split and it leaks.
Disappointing that I cannot seem to buy replacement valves anywhere without replacing the entire cup. Aside from that, these work pretty well, they don’t leak until the holes finally start to split more. Also wish there was some kind of lid to keep the spout from collecting fuzz in a diaper bag. I just use a piece of plastic wrap instead.
love the click
Very easy to open and close and the click let’s you know its sealed. It rarely leaks and my kids don’t have a hard time getting there drinks out of it like they sometimes do with other cups
Daughter loves these
My daughter stopped using a bottle at 12 months, and transitioned immediately to these. Never hesitated, and figured them out immediately. They don’t spill, but they will leak a LITTLE if you are violently shaking them or banging them upside down. She’s almost 1.5 and still uses these. Great price and fun colors (with no annoying characters on them)
Wish they had worked out.
I really like these sippy cups, as they are easy to clean, don’t leak, and are easy grips for my 12 month old. She does not seem to like the mouth piece though. Liquid does not come out very easily and she has to suck really hard to get much out. I wish these had worked better for us.
Good training cups which our baby loves to use
I think our 8 month old baby prefers these trainer cups to his bottle but we still use bottles for milk. However we do use these cups for water and he loves using them. He grasps both handles and holds them up to his mouth and doesn’t create a mess!
Good Sippy Cup!
My 7 month old was able to grip this cup easily, & there were no drips (even when he tosses it around)!
but my kids didn’t find it easy to drink from either. I’d say we’d only use these if all other cups are dirty…
My favorite sippy cup
This is the best sippy cup. It clicks shut so you know that it is actually shut and will not leak. My only complaint is that it does not have a lid. Come on people! Toddlers love to throw these on the floor! Please give us a lid!
The strange design is great for little hands!
They are colorful and eye-catching. They keep the liquid on the inside through all sorts of baby gymnastics, but allow sipping. The nacelles (Star Trek reference) or flying buttresses (architectural reference) or wings or whatever they are (my son says UFO dangly bits) are sufficiently narrow that even tiny preemie hands can grab around them. I bet these were used on the starship Enterprise as it boldly went where no baby had gone before.
My son really likes these but…
After several months of using them, I don’t :(Pros:-handles-easy transition from a bottleCons:-if baby bites on them AT ALL, they leak like crazy :(I’ve bought these twice and was excited about them but will not be buying them again. We are switching to cups hard plastic tops to try to escape the dreaded leak
3.5 stars, decent sippy cup with less leaking
My 11-month-old has tried out a few different sippy cups. He is just now really getting into wanting to drink water all the time. These cups work just fine. He gets a good flow and doesn’t get frustrated with it (he will get upset if he doesn’t get it fast enough). He can easily hold it and throw it on the floor, too. Handles are great for him, though. He just uses them to hold it over the edge of his high chair and swing it around before dropping it. It isn’t completely leak-proof, though. When he is finished with a sip, a little liquid is left in the nipple and I have found little water spots on the floor (hardwood). If it were grape juice (as in the video), that would be a stain on carpet.As for cleaning and putting it back together. The nipple is a pain. You have to pull it through the opening on the top, but it isn’t simple by any means. I have to pull it fairly hard, but not too hard or it will go right through. Then I have to push on the bottom in all the corners to make sure it is sealed. I missed doing this once and it leaked all over. The “click” when it is closed is nice, but nothing special–I haven’t had problems with any of the other cup lid being on properly.Overall, a decent cup. I like the that the bottom easily fits into a cup holder (some of the sippys have handles that fit on the bottom and prevent it from fitting). My son had no problems with it and can easily drink from it. I would prefer the handles to be removable and not built-in like these.
Favorite Sippy Cups
These are our favorite sippy cups. I love the bright colors and although they are not 100% spill proof, they are absolutely great.
I got these cups for my 9 month old son to use, but as soon as they arrived my 2.5 year old daughter was begging for one too. I like that they have handles for the little one — easier to hang on to and easier for me to grab when it has once again fallen to the floor! The click lock feature is so great. I don’t have any other cups that do that and it’s a huge plus for me, especially since we have had a few “oops, I thought that was closed” incidents (what can I say, I’m often sleep-deprived!). Would definitely recommend!
I LOVE these sippy cups. We have tried SO many different kinds. They all seem to leak, my husband says it is because I don’t screw them on to the correct tightness (either too tight or too lose), and then they always leak. These click when they’re screwed on and work great!
Takes lots of practice. Not for the impatient learner!
Parent use: Locking lid is easy to use. The rubber/silicone piece can be difficult to remove for cleaning. The bottle itself is not an easy cleaner because of its shape. Small particles can get trapped in its curves.Child use: Child must bite and suck to get the beverage through the spout. Not an easy switch to this trainer cup from a bottle/breast. It is generally light and easy to hold. Great teether!It is not our preferred cup overall. I do love that everything is simple with no extra “stop leak” piece to clean. I lean towards these types of cups when shopping, but not this brand (because it is so difficult to clean)
It sounds like a good cup in theory
It sounds like a good cup in theory, but in practice, my son had to work too much to drink water and gave up after about a day, he has not touched this bottle ever since.
Daughters favorite cups
These are my daughters favorite sippy cups. Easy to hold and drink from. I’ve tried a lot of diffrent cups and spouts. This is her favorite because it is smaller so not too heavy when filled with milk, handles so they are easy to hold for little hands, the spout fits nice in her mouth, and the liquid doesn’t come out too fast.
I have had such a struggle finding a good sippy cup for my 9 month old because they always end up leaking after the second or third use. These didn’t leak and lock securely so my son can throw them. hahaGreat cups and super easy for the little ones.
I love these sippy cups
I started my daughter on these before she was 6 months old and she took it in stride. It makes a clicking sound once the top is secured on. I tried to even put it upside down and shake it and it does not leak. I was extremely pleased with the durability of the product as it held up even when dropped by my daughter.The handles are shaped so it is easily graspable by baby hands. Overall, I really would recommend these as they are sturdy, and they do not leak. We use these every day.
15 month old could not get liquid to flow
My 15 month old loved switching from bottles to sippy cups, and I loved it that there are fewer messes when she throws her sippy cups and says, “uh oh!” I thought I’d try these new click lock sippy cups. Here are my observations:- The containers are smaller than other sippy cups I have, making them a little top heavy- It is difficult to get the nipples in and out for washing – if you’re still doing everything with one hand…never mind!- My 15 month old daughter grabbed it easily and started to chug…only…- NO LIQUID! My daughter tried (I could hear her sucking) and tried and then started crying in frustration. I took it, fiddled with the top, gave it to her again. She tried and tried, gave an angry scream, and threw it. She wouldn’t take it back.I tried the other sippy cup a few days later thinking this might be a manufacturing defect, and I even read the directions to make sure I hadn’t missed something. Same result with this one. Then, flabbergasted, I tried it. I had to suck REALLY hard to get a tiny bit of liquid. I don’t know if there is a problem with this lot or they are all like this, but it was certainly a frustrating experience.
These are one of the best sippy cups out there. They do not leak at all like other brands. I wish I had 100 more just like them!