Latest review: This is the first cup I bought for my daughter. Although it cost me $12, it has been wort it. Initially, she hated any cup and would throw it from the highchair. This cup is the only one that has
Latest review: a great sipper cup that is insulated and can be washed easily in dishwasher without the cup quality deterioriating. im trying to find these again as i love them as they are so easy for the little
Latest review: Doesn't leak at all. If shaken very hard a toddler can get a few drips out but not enough to worry about. A small spurt of liquid will spurt out when putting the lid on but that doesn't bother us.
Latest review: On first use of a TT sippy cup the spout came off and lodged in 18month baby’s throat. First aid wasn’t sorting it and she was turning blue being unable to breathe. She survived but ended up in hos
Latest review: These are the best cups we have for our 2 yr old. It's insulated to keep drinks cooler longer. Has cute designs on the front.
Leak proof. Slim line, easy for my son to carry.
Doesn't have a spare
Latest review: This cup is a great non spill straw cup. It has rarely caused any mess over the house, however we only use it for water and after a while all the crevasses become very hard to clean, even with a
Latest review: This cup is light so my 5.5month old can easily hold it. The spout has a flip top cover, which gets in the way and I always have to remove before he drinks out of it, or it gets in the way and it's
Latest review: Don’t waste your time with these bottles. I’m on to my third bottle and they have all leaked. One has just emptied it’s entire contents into my lounge. And the second one went through the nappy bag. T
Latest review: I would not recommend this training cup, as every time I used it it leaked. I had taken to keeping it in a plastic bag every time i had to go out because i was sick of it leaking all through my nappy
Latest review: Take practice to be able to screw the top in the way so it’s in the middle between the handles and I don’t feel like any water is actually coming out at all! If you remove the valve, it’s just too qui