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Dr. Brown's Soft Spout Training Cup, 6 Ounce, Colors May Vary

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  • Sip activated valve is only activated by bay's mouth when drinking
  • No mess when baby is not drinking from this spill proof cup
  • All parts are interchangeable with other Dr. Brown's trainer cup systems for mixing colors
  • The unique soft spout helps babies transition from bottle to cup
  • Cups are BSP free and dishwasher safe (top rack only); Colors may vary, you will receive one of the following colors: bright yellow, purple, green, glue and berry pink
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Product Information

Color: Colors May Vary
Technical Details
Item Weight2.9 ounces
Product Dimensions3.2 x 4.5 x 7.5 inches
UPC885172474824 072239009307
Item model number930-P6
Target genderUnisex
Material TypePhthalate Free, Latex Free, Lead Free, BPA Free
Material freePhthalate, BPA, Latex, PVC, Nitrosamine
Care instructionsWash with warm soapy water before using
Number of items1
Batteries requiredNo
Dishwasher safeYes
Bottle typeWide Mouth
  
Additional Information
ASINB00365E5HU
Best Sellers Rank #18,750 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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Product Description

Color: Colors May Vary

Product Description

The Dr. Brown's Training Cups feature a Sipand#8208;Activated Valve that is only activated by baby's mouth when drinking; there is no mess when baby is not drinking from this spilland#8208;proof cup. All parts in Dr. Brown's Trainer Cup System are interchangeable and come in mixed colors of bright yellow, purple, green, blue and berry pink. The unique soft spout helps babies transition from bottle to cup. Cups are BPA free and dishwasher safe (top rack only). Contents include: 6 ounce/180ml cup, sipand#8208;activated valve, softand#8208;spout cap, removable handles, protective lid and instructions.

From the Manufacturer

The Dr. Brown's Training Cups feature a Sip‐Activated Valve that is only activated by baby's mouth when drinking; there is no mess when baby is not drinking from this spill‐proof cup. All parts in Dr. Brown's Trainer Cup System are interchangeable and come in mixed colors of bright yellow, purple, green, blue and berry pink. The unique soft spout helps babies transition from bottle to cup. Cups are BPA free and dishwasher safe (top rack only). Contents include: 6 ounce/180ml cup, sip‐activated valve, soft‐spout cap, removable handles, protective lid and instructions.

Customer Reviews

We tried a variety of sippy cups and this one was the best!
jean0029
Great training cup for the transition from bottles to sippy cups.
KatieQ
I tried it myself and had a hard time getting any liquid out.
elliek

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

69 of 71 people found the following review helpful By D. R. Fly on August 5, 2010
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I should preface this review by saying that my daughter is very particular about what she will drink from. She is 10 months now, but has been drinking from this sippy cup and its predecessor for the past 4 months. She refused to take a bottle, so when my wife was at work, I had to feed her with a syringe... which you can imagine was a slow, tedious process.

When she turned 6 months, I began to look for sippy cups in hopes that she would take one more readily than a bottle. Fortunately, she did... whereas with bottles, we bought 8-10 different types; with sippy cups, I only had to try two. The first were actually gifted to us at a shower... she seemed overwhelmed by the fast flow, and we didn't like that they spilled milk everywhere when tipped.

Enter the Dr. Brown's... I picked the original (older model) up at a local store... we liked it, but wished it had marks for the numbers of ounces inside. When we went back a week or two later, the store no longer had the older style, so we decided to try this new style. It was a hit! Our daughter seemed to like it better, the milk didn't come out when it was tipped over (or even much when it is shaken), and our daughter can drink the whole bottle in about 3-5 minutes of motivated drinking.

The only little quibble I have is that there are a fair number of parts to wash... if you plan to wash by hand, this may not be the cup for you. Inside, there are two piece, plus the lid, handle, and bottle... totaling 5 pieces to wash. It is totally worth it to me, but I could see that being a deal breaker for someone that was going to use this daily without access to a dishwasher.

This bottle is a revelation for us... I can't say enough good stuff about it...
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47 of 51 people found the following review helpful By LKP on May 23, 2011
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I noticed that a few reviewers had complaints about nothing coming out and I wanted to comment about that. The first time I went to use the cup I too noticed that it was impossible to get anything from it, and after careful inspection I realized that the little ball in the rubber tip under the valve had to be pushed in completely before screwing it to the base. This solved the problem. I have to check it each time to make sure and am often fixing it. I saw that someone had made this comment after another review but figured I would write this in a review so that if anyone else was having this problem the would see that there was a simple solution without having to search too much. This should be noted in the instructions in my opinion. Otherwise it is a great cup. My six and 1/2 month old is just learning to use it. He won't take a bottle and will be at a babysitter for five hours a day in another month while I work my summer job and I am in a panic about how to get fluids into him! Hopefully by then he will have mastered it! He is having a bit of trouble keeping the spout at the right position because of the handles turning so easily but I think with some continued guidance he will get the hang of that too.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Chelsea Liddle VINE VOICE on December 17, 2010
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This sippy cup is quite simply THE BEST one around. I have tried many, many cups, ranging from cheap to expensive and this is the ONLY one that does not leak at all (not a drop!) AND my child can suck the liquid out easily. The only other ones that I have found not to leak are the ones with the crazy valve that requires all human strength to get a drop out of, which to me is totally unusable. We always end up either making the hole in the valve much bigger, which causes it to leak, or take the valve out altogether, which really causes it to leak! I have no idea how they made this cup work, but it does not have the typical valve system and you don't have to fuss with it at all to get it to do it's job perfectly. The one thing I will mention is that when you are assembling the two internal parts together, the little "bubble" part must be pushed all the way through the disk for it to work (not a big deal, I just didn't pop it through the whole way the first time and it won't work at all if it isn't popped through). Some people have commented on the fact that there are a few more parts than other cups, but to me it's not a big deal and I would much rather have one or two extra parts to clean and get a quality cup that actually works! I let my daughter roam all over the house with it since I know it will not drip or if there is juice or milk inside, I know it will not create a sticky, smelly mess. I'm planning on buying at least one more of these. They are the BEST!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Reeves on November 14, 2011
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My baby could not get any liquid out of this cup. Nor could I, however hard I tried. The seal is too tight to be effectively a "sippy" cup.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Me_NJ on August 21, 2012
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All of Dr. Brown's products are great and work perfectly. In regards to this cup, I found something very helpful at their website: INSTRUCTIONS. :) The first bulletpoint for assembly: "Snap the SILICONE VALVE to the flat side of the VALVE DISK by pushing the centerpiece through the hole." No need to turn anything inside out or upside down. :)

That right there is key to make this cup work like it should.

Happy drinking!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. Lyon on January 18, 2011
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I bought this for our second daughter as a stocking stuffer (she was 8 months at Christmas). We have the older, bigger blue model that our oldest daughter used, and it was the ONLY sippy cup we could get her to use. But, she dropped it one day and the handle part broke off one side. I was using it for our youngest daughter, but I had to hold it for her, which really defeats the purpose...and you can't get a replacement part..Anyway, this cup has more parts than the older model. I think that it's mainly to eliminate the water that would get between the valve (which is as big as the underside of the lid) and the actual spout/lid itself...it would leak A LOT if you loosened it at all. This new model has a plastic piece the rubber valve/spout fits into, then the rubber spout goes through the pink lid. It takes a while to pull the water through it all. I've tried it myself, and you get quite a bit of air mixed with water until it gets going. But, every time you put it down, the water goes back down all the pieces, and you have to do it again...you get the idea. So, though I was a really big fan of this cup, not so much now. Our second daughter seems more apt to suck water out of about anything, so I don't feel the need to be too loyal to this brand..it's also a lot more parts to disassemble and clean. Not huge, but annoying.
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