NUK Trendline Tie Dye Learner Cup, Girl, 5 Ounce, 2-Count

NUK Trendline Tie Dye Learner Cup, Girl, 5 Ounce, 2-Count

Help your baby transition to a sippy cup in style with the NUK® Tie-Dye Learner Cup! NUK® Learner Cups are designed to help transition your baby from breast or bottle to cup easier. The spill-proof, soft spout is designed to be gentle on gums while teaching baby to drink from a spout. The removable anti-slip, easy-grip handles fit comfortably into your little ones hands and once removed, fits most cup holders! Every learner cup spout includes an air vent that helps reduce swallowing air.

Main features

  • 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

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Great sippy cup

This is an excellent sippy cup for a new learner. The handles are small enough to grasp and the nipple does not leak. It’s also easier for the baby to suck/drink from than a harder nipple. Easy to clean as all parts come apart. Definitely buy this sippy cup!

Ginger Percy, IL
★★★★★

Works well, but silicon spout gets damaged quickly

This sippy cup works really well for my baby. It is easy for him to hold on to it and drink from it. It is also easy to wash. The only con is that we didn’t get much of a lifespan for the silicon spout. As my baby chews on this as he drinks (like most babies do), it got damaged within a couple of months.

Lelia Benedict, NE
★★★★★

baby likes them

i started using these with my baby since he was 6 months old. they are very easy for them to hold. once the baby started to grow teeth he did puncture one of the nipples. i was able to find a replacement at Target.

Marianne East Ellsworth, WI
★★★★★

Good for thicker drinks

I like these cups because they are a nice size for a one year old, easy to hold with the handles, the removable handle makes it easier to pack them in the diaper bag, my babies both preferred the soft spouts over the hard spouts, and the spouts are spill proof without having the stopper thing that it difficult to drink out of and clean. The spouts have a slit in them that opens up when baby drinks, but stays closed to prevent spills when not drinking. It’s a great design, except that it doesn’t last long. The slits tear together or open wider making the cup no longer spill proof. You can buy replacements, but they cost almost as much as a new cup. So, I use these cups when I give thicker drinks, like putting pureed fruit or baby cereal in my baby’s milk. The thicker drinks won’t spill through the slit, but baby can drink it easily.

Claudette Glen, WV
★★★★★

our favorite sippy cups!

Over time, these NUKTrendline Learner Cups have become our favorites. They are easy to use, easy to clean and difficult for my son to spill. I like that the handles are removable — so the cup could be used on its own. We wash these in the dishwasher (top rack) with no problems — and no fading — so far.

Agnes Brookline Village, MA
★★★★★

Just Right for Toddler New to Sippies

I bought one of these cups on a lark at a drug store and was blown away!They are the perfect transitional cup going from bottle to sippy cup. The spout is shaped like a sippy, but soft like a nipple. It introduces the concept without the hard plastic spout (which my son hates).It is spill-proof, unless your children start to chew on the spout. That will open the top slits and allow the liquid to leak.I also love that they come in a larger size for longer trips, etc…My next challenge: getting my son to give THIS up!

Annette San Miguel, NM
★★★★★

The nipple is soft- not hard… good for baby’s teeth

I hate how so many sippy cups have hard nipples. It is bad for the teeth coming in. Also like the handles.

Ramona Vivian, LA
★★★★★

baby can chew holes in nipple

See the headline. My toddler chews right through these after a month of ownership, and he’s only 12 months. Will not buy again.

Valeria King Hill, ID
★★★★★

nuk trendline learner cup

This cup doesn’t leak! The ‘nipple’ is truly a nipple and our baby will drink it like a bottle. She does get a vacuum going occasionally that collapses the nipple and then it does leak. We are hoping to use these as a transition to a rigid sippy cup type lid. We like the handle. It is easily removed. I disassemble it completely and run it through the dishwasher without problems (small pieces in a little basket just like with bottle systems.

Blanca Kelseyville, CA
★★★★★

Good sippy cup

This came recommended by my daycare teacher. Good size, no drip/spill mess, baby drinks it well, easy to clean. I highly recommend it.

Lynette Wing, AL
★★★★★

Perfect Sippy Cup

Our daughter loves these. They were easy for her to grip, the perfect size, and they had a great seal. I would highly recommend.

Jolene Pocono Summit, PA
★★★★★

Like a sippy with training wheels

These cups were the only ones my son could successfully drink from when we were transitioning from bottle to sippies. Because of the silicone mouthpiece, he instantly got the technique and was suddenly able to drink from any sippy cup. Saved me, as I had purchased easily 6 others prior to these. They don’t hold much liquid (I think 4 ounces? yeah? nay?) but for the learning curve they were the only thing that worked for us.

Aline Oakland Gardens, NY
★★★★★

Best sippy!

I love these sippy cups and so does my 11 month old son! These are lightweight, easy to hold, and we have had zero issues with leaks. I also like that the handles are removable. I’ve ordered these multiple times and now I have a whole set…these are the best!

Pansy Streamwood, IL
★★★★★

nice transition item

We went straight from bottle to these, no problems. The handle things were pretty pointless for us, but they’re detachable so we just chucked them. The spout is soft, not hard, so it’s more of a beginner sippy than a last-stop-before-cup sippy.

Jannie Stafford, OH
★★★★★

Durable, leak-proof, and cute!

We love these sippy cups. They do not leak and they are easy for our one year old to hold and tip. I love that the flow stops when she stops sucking, so she doesn’t dribble liquid down her front. We have tried 4 other different cups including straw cups, soft- and hard-spout cups ad these were our favorites. She shakes them, drops them and beats them on the ground and not a drop is spilled, plus the designs are super cute! I also love that there aren’t a hundred tiny parts to wash. Win!

Dessie Walkertown, NC