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Born Free Drinking Cup, Colors May Vary


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  • 9 ounce. drinking cup made from Bisphenol-A free plastic
  • Provides free liquid flow that helps reduce colic symptoms and ear infections
  • Dishwasher safe, comes with soft, easy-flow spout
  • Includes one 9-ounce. drinking cup, spout, and travel cover
  • Colors may vary, you will receive one of the following colors: Yellow, pink, blue or green
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Product Information

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Technical Details
Item Weight3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions9.3 x 3.5 x 2.7 inches
UPC853049001282
Item model number40002
Target genderUnisex
Material freePhthalate, BPA, Nitrosamine, Latex, PVC
Care instructionsHand Wash or Top Rack Dishwasher Safe
Number of items1
Dishwasher safeYes
Bottle nipple typeHard Spout for drinking cup
  
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ASINB000MRK5OC
Best Sellers Rank #13,810 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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A safe and adorable cup for your little one, this BornFree 9-ounce drinking cup is free of the potentially dangerous chemical Bisphenol-A. With a combination of a hard spout and low vacuum valve, this drinking cup provides a free flow of liquid that helps reduce the risk of colic symptoms and ear infections. The BornFree drinking cup is dishwasher safe (top rack) and comes with a soft, easy flow spout and travel cover.

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One 9-ounce drinking cup; soft, easy flow spout; and travel cover.

Product Description

Our special drinking cup combine a hard spout and a low vacuum valve, it allows a free flow of liquid and reduces the risk of ear infections. Suitable for 9+ months and contain 290ml. Born Free's baby feeding prodiucts are totally free of polycarbonate which contains bisphenol-a (BPA), today 90-95% of baby bottles on the market contain bpa. researchers across the globe have linked bpa to increased risk for prostate and breast cancer, type 2 diabetes, obesity, alteration of sexual maturation, developmental disorders, and reduction in male sperm count. born frees feeding system utilizes a proprietary venting system which helps reduce the risk of middle-ear infection, colic, gas build-up and spit up. The drinking cup has a free flowing spout.


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Customer Reviews

This is one happy customer though, for Born Free spouts AND the Klean Kanteen sippy cups.
Lucy In The Sky
I have never written a product review before but felt compelled to save other moms the hassle that I have gone through with these cups (not to mention the expense!).
Toronto Mom
I would also caution parents with babies who are just starting to use sippy cups that this is not a great one to start with.
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117 of 120 people found the following review helpful By T. Caputo on July 19, 2007
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We were originally drawn to this cup because of the environmental aspect and the fact that children my family knows love theirs'. My daughter has been using traditional plastic cups for years, but my son was having trouble making the transition from bottles. We thought we'd try these for him and get the added benefit of less chemicals.

It was obvious as soon as I opened the package that it was going to leak. The opening in the spout was too large not to. Sure enough, some milk came out when I held the bottle upside down. To my surprise, the flow stopped after only a couple of drops. I realized that they would be no good for my son, but I gave it to my daughter to use and she LOVED it.

Because I was confused that people would make the claim that these bottles do not leak, I did some more research (which I should have done in the first place.) It turns out that BornFree makes Drinking Cups AND Training Cups. What distinguishes the two is the volume of the bottle and the spouts, hard spout for the drinking and soft for the training. I bought a Training Cup. The soft spout has a much smaller opening. When I held a full bottle upside down it did not leak. I gave it to my son and he LOVED it. It is by far his favorite sippy cup. His bottles are going in the recycling bin this weekend.

If you child can be relied on to keep his/her cup upright, the drinking cup is great. If she/he cannot, try to the training cup or get the drinking cup, a package of the soft spout and save the hard ones for when he/she is bigger.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Evergreen on March 11, 2009
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This IS NOT a sippy cup and DOES NOT claim to be leak-proof! It specifically says it has "free flow of liquids." This cup is great for my 22mo old because it teaches him what is like to drink from a regular cup but minimizes the mess. There is no sucking needed for this cup. Great for toddlers!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lucy In The Sky on July 12, 2011
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Interchangeable with Klean Kanteen!

I was about to give up trying to transition my 13 month-old son to a sippy cup, off the bottle. At 12 months, we'd tried and failed miserably, but we at least made a small step: I found that he would take his milk in his Klean Kanteen sippy cup (love them!) if I took the sippy spout off and inserted a Phillips Avent nipple. He would only do the slow flow nipples, as we'd only ever used slow flow nipples (I nursed/provided expressed milk exclusively for 12 months). Once he was taking the Avent slow flow nipple off the KK cup, I hoped we could eventually transition to a sippy spout. I was happy with KK because he liked them for water--he had no problems using the sippy spout, either the white younger version (Avent) or the green older version (also Avent). He also did well with water and the KK sports cap, as he loved sharing from my KK bottle, too.

I tried all sorts of options for him with the sippy cup transition for milk--open cup, sports cap, Avent spouts (both kinds) on the KK, other sippy spouts, and various straws. He refused it all. I would not give in to him, but he'd simply boycott the milk and go without, just eating more and sooner at meal times. After three days where he was seriously down on his milk (we still did nipples for bedtime), I knew we either had to give in and accept that he wasn't ready to transition and wait a bit longer. I was about to give up when a friend had the Born Free trainer cup with the soft spout. I could see that it was similar to a nipple, but at least it was a step in the right direction. I immediately ordered a Born Free cup to try.

Immediately, my son took the Born Free spout...wonderful news!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Turner on February 18, 2010
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Okay, here is the biggest problem I see with 80% of the negative reviews-- this cup is SUPPOSED to "leak." In no uncertain terms, the product is billed as "free-flowing." Which, to me, and I think my English teachers would all agree, means drip, drip, drip. If you are looking for a leak-free sipper, keep looking. If you are angry that the sipper leaks, I would suggest that you read the full product description before you buy. These sippers are basically identical in appearance to the Born Free TRAINER cup, which does not leak. As an aside, I will also offer up this bit of information-- it takes nothing short of a commercial vacuum to get liquid out of those spouts, but my son is very fond of the shape, hence I bought one of these, and everyone is more or less pleased.

The reason these get one star reduction is that the cost of the cup is highway robbery-- if, like me, you have invested a small fortune in sippers, trying to find one your child will accept, $10+ is really too much. Yes, you can purchase the replacement spouts, but here I will let you in on another bit of interesting information-- the collar and spout do not make the fantastic seal that they do when you buy the pre-packaged cup-- why?!? I do not mind leaking from the spout tip, where liquid is supposed to come from, but around the collar is unacceptable. My other minor complaint is that the handles are cheaply made-- they are quite flimsy and after a few uses/washes, they "spin" around the sipper as they please. When baby picks up the sipper with one hand (which they will eventually do), the sipper may come crashing down at their face. Ah yes, it is only a light bottle filled with a few oz. of liquid, but it's enough to make even the bravest toddler cry for their mommy.
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