Munchkin Miracle 360-Degree Trainer Cup, 7 Ounce (colors may vary)
- Cup features dentist recommended spoutless design and automatically seals when toddler is done drinking
- 360-Degree drinking edge eliminates spills completely
- Handles are easy for toddler to hold
- Bpa-Free. 6 plus months
- Available in green, pink, orange and blue (colours may vary)
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Munchkin 44141 7 ounce miracle 360 degree trainer cup.
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Munchkin Miracle 360-Degree Trainer Cup, 7 Ounce
Multiple colors available
Let's face it: toddlers are a messy bunch, especially when first navigating sippy cups. Now imagine a world in which drinks didn't spill at all — not in your diaper bag, not on your nightstand, and not even onto your eager-to-learn child. No, it's not a miracle, exactly — it's Munchkin's Miracle 360° Trainer Cup. The first sippy cup invented with both parents and kids in mind, the Miracle 360° Trainer Cup eliminates messes and supports kids' dental health all at once. Drinking from anywhere around the rim, like a regular cup, helps support normal muscle development in a child's mouth. And with no extra spouts, straws or pieces, the Miracle 360° Trainer Cup is easy to use and even easier to clean. We'll say cheers to that!
2017 Winner of The Cribsie's Top Training Cup Award!
- Toddler training cup with dentist recommended spoutless design.
- 360° edge allows drinking from any side of the cup- simply tilt the cup and suck on the valve's edge.
- Cup automatically seals when child stops drinking to completely eliminate spills.
- Handles are easy for little hands to hold.
- Easy to clean with no extra valves or parts.
- 6+ months.
- 7 oz capacity for water, milk or juice.
- BPA-free & Top rack dishwasher safe.
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Negatives: When he throws it on the ground some water does come out, but I don't imagine there is a cup that would prevent this, and I only put water in it so I'm not concerned about it, I mean we have a baby it's not the biggest mess he makes in a day.
Very helpful in learning how to drink from regular cups. I know of some kids that never learned until they were older to drink from a regular cups because their parents relied on straws too much.
This is great. Easy to clean. Make sure you let the top silicone cover dry properly especially the little hole underneath where it attaches to the cup. Can grow some mold if not careful, but easy to clean with a cottons swab if this does happen. It's not spill proof and will leak if dropped. There are lids you can get for really cheap that is useful for traveling. I have the lids but I don't use them since it's easier without.
It took her a little while to get the hang of it, but around 9-10 months she had figured it out. They have really helped her to figure out how to drink from a cup, and at 14 months she's doing quite well at it (though its still messy so we mostly use these).
-Only 3 pieces, all top rack dishwasher friendly. No pulling apart 5 pieces of a cup and washing tiny straws and bits.
- Good handles.
-Can set it in the diaper bag with water in it, and it won't leak.
-Spill proof is fine for tipping upside down, but not for being dropped/thrown. When the cup hits the floor, the seal breaks and water escapes upon impact.
-On the rare occasion my baby has been able to pull the soft top off the cup, and dump water everywhere. Thats VERY rare though, and she's rough with the cup.
We bought 3 of these so we always have a clean one.
I operate a daycare. It’s important to me to stay ahead of trends and specialists recommandations. Sippy cups have been in the spotlight lately. Dentists are claiming they are bad for children and they should be avoided. Then came the muchkin cups. Lets get real here. Kids are kids. I have picked up more messes than I could count. Under 2 yrs, sippy cups are a must for me. These are awesome! Dentist recommended them, they do what they say they do. No spills, baby can easily grasp by the handles, what more can I ask? Choice of colours would be nice. I really wanted an orange one :(
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