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Born Free Trainer Cup, Blue


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  • Born Free's 7ounce Trainer Cup - free of the hormone disrupting chemical Bisphenol-A
  • Revolutionary venting system which helps reduce colic (gas, spit up)symptoms and helps reduce middle ear infections
  • Each dishwasher safe (Top Rack) Trainer cup comes with extra soft, spill resistant spout and travel cover
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Born Free Trainer Cup, Blue + Born Free Drinking Cup, Colors May Vary + Born Free BPA-Free 7 oz. Training Cup, Blue
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Color: Blue
Technical Details
Item Weight5.6 ounces
Product Dimensions5.3 x 4.5 x 2.6 inches
UPC012914464366
  
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ASINB006YTHM52
Best Sellers Rank #22,088 in Baby (See top 100)
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Product Description

Color: Blue

The first ever, BornFree Bisphenol-A Free plastic Training Cup, with a low vacuum valve, designed to create a free flow of liquid for your child's comfort.


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Customer Reviews

I love this Born Free training cup.
E's Mom
I hope this review stops someone else from making the mistake of buying this cup--and maybe the company will improve their product.
Mom of 3
Only way to get anything out of it is to squeeze spout very hard & suck at the same time.
Sara Hazuka

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145 of 146 people found the following review helpful By M. Ellis on March 25, 2008
Color Name: Blue
I have never rated anything on Amazon before despite being a frequent purchaser, but because this product has (I think unjustly) gotten negative reviews from other people, I had to respond. The Born Free "Trainer Cup" DOES NOT leak. I think those people who said it does leak must have purchased the Born Free "Drinking Cup" that looks almost identical to the trainer cup. I almost didn't buy this product because of the negative reviews, but because I have twin boys who are 8 months old and we have been so happy with the Born Free bottles (despite their expense), I thought I would give these a try. My boys are very rough on the Born Free Trainer Cups and we haven't had a leaking/spillage problem. The most amazing thing about the spout is that once my boys tried it (and this is true for both of them), they didn't want to go back to the bottle nipples! It's spouts from now on. Now here's a money saving tip for those of you who already invested into the Born Free bottles - you can interchange the spout from the trainer cup with the bottle nipple. Just make sure to put the bottle together with all the pieces as you normally would, except pull the trainer spout through where you would normally pull the nipple. Since you can purchase a pack of two spouts separate from the bottles for $6 or $7, I would recommend that those of you who already have the Born Free bottles to purchase the trainer cup spouts separately to start with and see if your babies like to drink from them. If they do, and once you feel they are ready to hold their own trainer cup, then you can invest in purchasing some cups as well. I don't like paying the high prices either, but there are ways to save money and my boys really really liked the bottles (and now the trainer cups), plus I feel like this is a good company to purchase from as their products are bpa free.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By C. Gallagher on March 20, 2008
Color Name: Blue
We have the Born Free TRAINER cup for our now 9 month old daughter. We bought it when she was 7 months and she is finally holding it and tipping it up to drink on her own. It's not difficult for our daughter to suck water out as other sippy cups can be, and it's safe. It does NOT leak, and believe me, we'd know if it did because it's upside down more than it's right side up! :) I think there is some confusion over the drinking cup versus the trainer cup. They look the same but the drinking cup has a free flow spout, where as the trainer cup does not leak at all!
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Kat Lover on May 3, 2008
Color Name: Blue
I purchased this cup for my then 9 month old son and at first it did leak all over the place. I then switched out the spout for a 6+ month spout and suddenly the leaking completely stopped. If you use the hard spout that comes with the cup, you will have mega leaking like another reviewer stated. If you buy the soft spout, however, you will have absolutely no problems at all with this cup. Definitely a must have for any toddler. My 13 month old cannot live without this cup.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A. Allman on December 22, 2008
Color Name: Blue
This is, in my baby's opinion, a very nice cup. He can drink from it just fine, and it doesn't leak which I like. But I've tried using other sippy's (Nuby and Playtex- both BPA-free, by the way) and they don't leak either, so I don't consider that the greatest selling point ever. What bothers me about this cup is that it has TWO pieces to the valve, not to mention the ring, the spout, the cup, the handle, and the cap. When you don't have a dishwasher, you don't want to use this cup AT ALL. It's a pain in the neck! I really dont' think a sippy cup should be more complicated than a bottle to assemble. I bought two of these trainer cups because of all the nice reviews, but I'm going to return the one we haven't used.

Oh, and addressing the "leaky" reviews, there are two types of Born Free sippy's- the Trainer Cup (says 6+ months on the label) and another sippy that says 9+ months on the label. The 9+ months one leaks, as it is meant to because it is preparing an older baby to use a "real" cup. And, sadly, real cups leak if you tip them over!!
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Sunny on July 28, 2009
Color Name: Blue
My trainer cup came in the Born Free Gift Box that had the Born Free 9-Ounce Wide Neck BornFree Bottles Twin Pack, Born Free BPA Free Wide Neck Bottles - 5-Ounce Twin Pack, etc. I love the other bottles but the blue trainer cup didn't work for me.

Before I opened the Born Free Trainer cup, I already purchased the Gerber Soft Spout Two-Handle Spill-Proof Cup - 2 Pk. I liked the taste of the water and the spout had water coming out at a good rate. My daughter was ok with it too.

I then opened the Born Free Trainer cup and my daughter hated it. I tasted the water and it was horrible. There was a strong plastic smell to it.

My husband put me through a blind taste test and compared the Gerber vs. Born Free. As soon as I tasted the Born Free I had to spit out the water because it tasted so horribly. I'm glad I didn't put any juice into the bottle yet otherwise it would have masked the horrible taste.

So before you give your baby this trainer bottle, taste test it with water first.

I did keep the sippy spout and the handle and placed it on the 9 ounce Born Free bottle. The sippy spout flowed way to slow. It didn't spill, but nothing much came out of it either. At the moment, the only part I'm using out of the trainer cup is just the handle. My daughter is holding the 9 ounce born free bottle by herself now thanks to that handle.

But all things considered the Born Free blue trainer cup was a HUGE disappointment. I threw away all 3 bottles that I owned.
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