Thinkbaby Trainer Cup - 9 oz
thinkbaby Trainer Cup thinkbaby Trainer Cup is designed to ease your kid's transition from bottle to drinking cup. The medical-grade soft silicone spout encourages children to drink independently from a cup. The handles are contoured for easy grasping by small hands. A travel cap covers the spout when it's not being used. Why You'll Love It: It encourages kids to begin drinking independently. Age: 9 months to 3 years Features Weight: 0.1 lb
- Eases kids' transitions from bottle to cup
- High quality soft silicone spout
- Handles designed to fit small hands
- Travel cap covers the spout when it's not being used
- Convenient for travel purposes
- Free of BPA, phthalates, nitrosamines, PVC
- Helps prevent leaks and spills
Overall Product Rating
Serene - Review from diapers.com
Only sippy baby would drink milk fromMy 14 month old drinks water out of any straw cup but refuses milk from anything but this Thinkbaby sippy (other than her Dr Brown bottle).I started her out without the handles so she was conned into thinking it was a bottle. Now she uses the handles with the 9 oz. This cup can actually fit up to 10 oz past the markings, so I send the entire sippy of 10 oz milk to daycare.The parts wash easily by hand. The only thing is that you need to make sure that the spout nipple is firmly pushed against the entire rim on the underside of the collar when assembling, or you might get a small gap that causes leaks.For those who have problems with the spout collapsing, it's probably 'cos you overtightened, or your baby is just used to sucking too furiously. My baby adjusted her drinking rate in the end, and we didn't get spout collapse issues after the first week.I was afraid at first that this wouldn't be considered a true sippy because it was converted from a bottle, but her pediatrician ok-ed this as a sippy because of the spout at her 1-year check.I'd love for ThinkBaby to come up with an insulated version of these! Right now I have to pack it with an ice pack everywhere we go.
TKNY - Review from diapers.com
AwesomeWish I had had these when the baby was smaller! Best sippy cups we have found, and the baby loves to drink from it. Only wish I didn't need a bottle cleaner to clean the inside (like Tommy Tippy bottles)
Mommy S - Review from diapers.com
Best thing everThese are the best sippy cups ever! We have tried every brand to no avail. The first time I offered my son this cup, he drank his formula without question.
Cleft Mom - Review from diapers.com
Amazing Sippy Cup! Highly RecommendI'll start by saying that my son was born with a bilateral severe cleft lip and palate. Due to sensitization in his mouth he would not take sippy cups. I tried over a dozen different kinds but he just would not allow the transition. Finally, at my wits end I bought these when he was 2 years, 2 months. Amazing. For a toddler who had NEVER held his own bottle, he took to this sippy cup instantly. Within two days he was completely off of his bottle and completely on this cup. Through his second palate repair he maintained progress with this cup and absolutely loves it. I have no problems with this cup at all. One thing to make it easier for him to drink out of was I cut the slit in the nipple a little wider because he did not have any suction due to his cleft palate. I cannot say enough good things about this cup and for the past three months through a surgery and recovery, this cup has continued to be a blessing.
KK - Review from diapers.com
Great cupAfter purchasing 3 diffrent cups to transition my 10 month old from bottles, this was the only one that stood the test. It was great to use, clean and the measurment aspect is a plus.
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