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thinkbaby Polypropylene Trainer Cup
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thinkbaby raises the stakes on both health and design with this easy-to-hold bottle that transitions into a cup. We love the no-spill travel cap, not to mention its fun look! !
Why it's a giggle pick This innovative trainer cup is made from recyclable polypropylene, which is free from BPA, PVC, and phthalates.See Full Details
Meets the following giggle Criteria:
BEST BASICS: everyday baby essentials
HEALTHY: made with safe or organic materials
INNOVATIVE: smart products that do more
TRAVEL-FRIENDLY: lightweight & portable
RESPONSIBLE: eco-friendly or locally produced
the giggle criteria: We've narrowed down the choices by picking only the best products out there. In other words: if we sell it, we love it, and we think you will, too! Each year, we talk to tons of parents to find out what's most important to them when it comes to baby and kids products. The result? Every product we offer goes through a rigorous selection process and must meet at least three of the following criteria to be included in our assortment:
MaterialPolypropylene with high-grade silicone nipple
Age9 - 18 Months
Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 Love this transitional bottle! Easy for kids to hold, easy to clean, and a great transitional spout - soft but not a nipple! I highly recommend it. (only annoying part - handles are removed only by taking the cap off first.) December 11, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by SandyC okay This is a great concept but the one i purchased leaks occasionally even when I screw the top on super tight. March 11, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by lilcg good, but didn't last long we were having problems transitioning my daughter to a sippy cup--she just couldn't give up the silicone nipple. I found this and it was perfect, she loved it and it really helped the transition. I especially loved that it was made from safe plastic. the problem was that it leaked like crazy and the plastic ring cracked after it was dropped on the floor a couple of times (because toddlers, as we all know, like to throw their sippies!) it did exactly what I needed it to do, which was transition us from the bottle to the sippy. I just wish it had lasted a little longer. March 10, 2011
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Q:Is this cup spill proof due to baby's having to suck out the liquid or only because of the travel cap?
A:thinkbaby's Polypropylene Trainer Cup is spill-proof for both reasons -- the nipple is designed to only let-out liquid when your baby is sucking on it, and the lid gives you extra protection when the cup is bouncing around in your diaper bag!
Q:when would you recommend starting to use this product?
A:Good question! The American Academy of Pedicatrics recommends teaching your child to use a cup as soon as possible. You could start introducing a sippy cup as early as 6 months, or as soon as they can maintain a good tight grasp. Let them explore the idea of a different style cup so that you can begin to wean them from a bottle around 12 months.
Of course, each child is different, so we always highly recommend speaking to your pediatrician to decide what is the best route for your child.
Q:where is this product made?
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