- Helps make the transition from bottle to cup easier
- Spill-proof, soft spout is designed to be gentle on gums while teaching baby to drink from a spout
- Air vent helps reduce swallowing air
- Easy-grip, anti-slip handles are easy for baby to hold and removable as baby ages
- Flows easily when sipped; Designed for ages 6-months and up
Buy this at Toys R Us for half the price
Wow, I order tons of items through Amazon, as their prices are competitive. This item, however, is overpriced. I just bought this cup at Toys R Us for half the price from what is shown here. I believe I will be going back to get a couple more, after seeing this pricing. My daughter loves this cup. We have tried every cup on the market and, thankfully, she will drink from this cup.
Great cup but get the cheaper one…
The disney one is $1 cheaper. It’s the same brand, same size, same cup but has a character. Save a buck…http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005A3OGRA/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp;=1789&creative;=390957&creativeASIN;=B005A3OGRA&linkCode;=as2&tag;=stupisms-20The cup itself is fantastic. Our 10 month old has been only breastfed (no formula) and she took to this bottle for juice and water very quickly. It seemed very hard for me to get liquid out of it when I tried it myself but I think as adults we’re used to liquid coming a bit faster so for the little ones it seems to be just right.
I’m trying to wean my daughter from her bottle, and she won’t drink from the cups that have hard spouts, so I bought her this one. I was surprised when she actually started drinking from it. It’s a great cup!Pros:1. It’s very pretty.2. It’s easy to take apart and wash. It has five pieces: a nipple, the ring that goes around the nipple, the cup, a lid, and the handles.3. This cup can pop out of the bottom piece that has handles, so if your baby is like mine and hates handles, you can pop the cup out and let them hold it like a bottle.4. This cup is sturdy. My daughter throws her cup all the time, and it hasn’t cracked yet.5. This cup has a lid, so you can keep the spout clean when you’re traveling.6. This cup is spill-proof. My daughter drops and throws her cup all the time, and I’ve never noticed even one drop of liquid come out.Cons:1. This cup only holds 5 ounces. That can be okay for some things, but I like to put my daughter’s formula in this cup and she drinks more than that usually.
Our daughter really likes this and the handles a perfect for grabbing on to. Its a good sippy cup and I think the soft spout is a good idea to transition from a bottle.
Great cup for a beginner
I bought this cup for my 6 month old baby because she is exclusively breastfed and has no interest in bottles. When I started feeding her solids I needed something she would actually use to drink some water out of while eating. She loves this little cup and the handles are great for her learning how to hold it herself. I went back and ended up buying 3 more just to have extras. I would definitely recommend this to anyone with a little one as their first sippy cup
Honestly, I ordered this cup because I was a few dollars short of free shipping. My son never took a bottle or a binky or any type of "false nipple" at all, and I’d tried six or seven different sippy cups when I ordered this one. I didn’t have much hope that he’d drink out of it either, to tell the truth. However, this was the first cup he showed even the slightest amount of interest in, and it is the only one he was able to actually get the liquid out of. So FINALLY, at 12 months old, he’s drinking consistently out of a cup. I’ve offered him some of the other ones, and he still can’t/won’t drink out of them, so we’re sticking with this.
Great Sippy Cup
This is a great product, no leak! The design is cute.My son his nearly 6 months and drinks from this Sippy Cup with no problem.
Sippy cups are so much about child preference. This one happens to be my daughter’s favorite. We don’t experience much (if any) leaking. I have purchased 2 other cups just like it.
We love it
My 18month old loves these sippys because of the handles. I just went online to order more but in an 8oz size. These really only hold 5ozs and she goes thru it pretty fast. Hopefully the 8oz has similar handles.
My wife and I have tried several sippy cups with our son, who’s almost a year old now, which usually results in a fair amount of choking, spillage, and dropped cups. So far, the NUK Trendline Tie Dye Learner Cup works. Granted, kids eventually figure things out on their own; personally, I think most kids will eventually learn how to drink. That said, a product like this definitely makes the transition a little easier.One minor inconvenience is that this cup does’t have a straw, so he has to actually tip the cup up to get anything out of it. While that may be the point of a learning cup, there’s also no reason why they couldn’t include a detachable straw on the inside, especially at eight bucks a pop. But for now, we’re glad it works.
My daughter loves these cups, and so do I. They are easy to assemble, and dis-assemble, and go easily into the dishwasher. They don’t leak no matter how much they get banged on the table or thrown on the floor. By 9-10 months my daughter had figured out how to use them on her own. What more could you ask for in a cup.
Great cup but…
It didn’t really work for us… my little man want fond of it and didn’t want anything to do with it. Other than that the cup was fine… no leaks or problems.
Can’t be Beat
These cups are so good that I now give them as birthday gifts and baby shower gifts.I’m so happy with this product that I could probably be their top sales person.
best sippy cup
after trying several different brands, this is my favorite. Unfortunately its one of the pricier options but I think its worth it. I love that you can use the handles or not. I love that the nipple/ spout doesn’t drip. Another sippy cup brand that we like but don’t love (MAM), if its upside down in your bag, it leaks and milk gathers in the cap. Also tons of sippy cups don’t even have caps which is crazy so that’s another plus. This is the best!
Great Introductory Sippy Cup
We started using a sippy cup with my daughter when she turned 6 months and started solids. We had another one that didn’t have handles and the mouthpiece was hard plastic, and she didn’t care for it at all. I purchased this one and she instantly fell in love with it. She loved that she could hold onto it and mostly chewed on the mouthpiece at first. After a month or so, she got the hang of it, and we still use it all the time.It’s easy to clean – all of the pieces, including the base/handle part, come apart. The mouthpiece is soft like a bottle nipple, so it was easier for her to transition than the firm plastic or straw cups. It holds 5 ounces, which is way more than she ever drinks from a cup right now at 8 months.Definitely recommend this one if you’re looking to start the transition to a cup.
Our 1 year old girl uses this as she transitions from a bottle. It is easy to clean (we disassemble and pop it on the top rack of the dishwasher), and since the handles/bottom just pop off she can use it with them or without.
great starter cup
this seems to be the only cup my 6 month old daughter can kind of catch on to. (exclusively breast fed) doesn’t seem to leak so far. like that it has the lid and a stopper you can put inside for travel.
Intro to sippy cups
I started to give my son this sippy cup when he was about five and a half months old. He has taken to it really well and now at six months is capable of holding it on his own! I really love these sippy cups.
My baby only liked these for a short period of time
We used the nuk bottles, so I thought this would be a great transition to sippy cup. The first few weeks using it were pretty good. My only complaint was that when she sucked on it for a while, it started to suction and suck in around the base of the nipple as well. Sort of like if you drink from a water bottle with a seal around your mouth and the bottle starts to collapse inward. I would have to take it out of her mouth and press some air back in it to reform if that makes sense. That was okay though because she seemed to like it. However, after using it for a few weeks, this became more of a chew toy than a drinking cup. She began chewing on any sippy cup with a silicone nipple and not drinking. I switched to the take and toss sipply cups with a hard plastic spout and she drinks much better from those now.
great for transition from bottle
when we transitioned from bottle to sippy cup, my child wouldn’t drink from the harder plastic spouts. This is a great transition item, feels like a bottle but he can use like a zippy
In transitioning our daughter from the bottle, we ordered this sippy cup and Playtex’s First Sipster. She readily drinks water out of the Playtex cups, but so far, will only drink milk from this bottle. I like the groovy, girlie design, but didn’t give it a higher rating because the handles no longer fit under the screw-on top. Fortunately, our daughter is able to hold the cup without the handles.
Best sippy cup we’ve found
We’ve tried a bunch of sippy cups for our 7 month old. He’s actually learned to use pretty much any of them, but these are the best because they are lighter and not as bulky as the other ones we’ve tried. The nipple is also much easier to attach – some of the other ones are a bit of work, and when you have a screaming baby it’s not fun to wrestle with a sippy cup.
Daughters favorite sippy
This is the first sippy cup my daughter would use and still her favorite. I like that the spout is soft and easy for them to transition to (she was exclusively breastfed and rarely used bottles). The only downside is that she chews on the spout and its a soft silicone so eventually the "no spill" slit at the end started ripping and now it is a big hole. I’ve seen a few moms have this issue with this cup, so a lot of them end up having to buy replacement spouts often.
Easy to hold… and clean!
This is my favorite sippy cup. We tried the ones with the straw and the hard plastic spout, but she had a hard time with those and is not ready for those yet. This one works great for first introducing a sippy (we tried around 5 months). The handles are great, and I love that they are removable. Later on she can work on holding it without them. The nipple is very easy to attach and all parts are easy to clean. Also love that there are ounce markers on the side. Definitely recommend!
My daughter likes these best…but they leak!
These are the sippy cups my daughter likes best but they leak so much!! I have to change her clothes after giving her the sippy cup! She might be playing a little too but I have seen the water dripping out.
Love that the handles detach
Love the detachable handles – makes cleaning and heating up so much easier! These are the closest I could find to a bottle, so perfect for transitioning. These are the third kind we tried, and the only ones my daughter will even attempt to use!
Waste of money – looks good though
The spout broke after 2 uses. My daughter chewed on it but she is supposed to do that – she is 9 months old! Threw it away.
这杯子买来准备给女儿大点用的,非常的漂亮 ,很推荐 ,它的做工非常的好,超赞的一款练习喝水杯,very good! I love it, I feel This cup make my daughter love to drink water , so ,Consumers Should Buy
NO spills whatsoever! LOVE it
Introduced this sippy cup to my 6 month old daughter, and she just turned 9 months and can drink from it! Loves chewing (with her gums) on the spout too because she’s teething. Not sure how well it’ll hold up when she chews on it after having even 1 tooth in. Will update then!Pros:1. Pretty2. No spills3. Easy for babies to hold (just don’t fill it up – if your baby is too young. They won’t drink all that water anyways)4. Run it daily in the dishwasher – and its holding up beautifullyCon:A lil pricey!
Very good, baby love
nuk The baby is like a cup, the color is also very nice, the most important is the baby can contact grip, it is convenient