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Dr. Brown's Training Cup, Clear


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  • The natural step from bottle to cup
  • BPA free
  • Dual function valve eliminates excessive vacuum and hard suction
  • Easy flow and spill proof
  • Design is simple to assemble, quick to fill, easy to clean
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Item Weight4 ounces
Product Dimensions3.1 x 4.4 x 7.6 inches
UPC072239007556
Item model number755-P6
Specification metNo
  
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ASINB001LEON70
Best Sellers Rank #95,124 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 ounces
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This is the natural step from bottle to cup. Its dual function valve eliminates excessive vacuum and hard suction. This features easy flow and spill proof. Its design is simple to assemble, quick to fill, and easy to clean. This is BPA free. It is perfect for young children.

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The Natural Step from Bottle to Cup.
Dual Function Valve - No excessive vacuum or

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By Miss Betty on November 21, 2012
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I just love these cups. The babies love them. They are easy for baby to hold. The amount that comes out for them to drink is just right and best of all they are easy to clean
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We used the Dr. Brown's bottles and absolutely loved them, so naturally we went with the training cups. The cups only lasted about three months before we had to get rid of them because the spout/bite valve cracked or tore. Considering our daughter only had two teeth at the time of her first birthday, needless to say she wasn't teething or chewing on the cups, they simply didn't hold up well with daily use and washing. The other thing we found is that they often leaked around the rim, especially when using the handles. Although we continue to be a huge fan of the bottles with our son, we've replaced all the Dr. Brown's training cups with the avent training cups that have the hard spouts and flip back/keep clean cover for when on the go... much more durable and functional!
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By morganbaby on March 23, 2011
no matter how i put on the clear, silicone [?] valve, this cup drips. there's really only one way to snap it on, but i thought if i rotated it somehow...no. fine if it's water in it, whatever it dries clear and won't smell. but, forget about using it for milk- yuck.

i like that the handles are connected, but every time i unscrewed the cap there was water all around the rim. so you have to open over the sink.

needless to say i have two of these that i will never use for this child or the next ones. waste of $.
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When we started the transition from bottle to cup, this was my first choice since we loved Dr. Brown bottles so much- or rather my daughter did. Sadly the cup did not come close to my expectations after the bottles. A nice perk about the cups, less parts (thank goodness after months of all those bottles and numerous parts with tons of spaces to clean/check/scrub). That said we had an awful time with our daughter getting any liquid out of these. We tried tightening, we tried removing the removable handle, we removed the inside insert thinking we'd misunderstood the intent of the piece and still my daughter was not satisfied. With my son we were lucky to have stumbled upon Gerber convertible trainer cups however they were discontinued and replaced by something far less equivalent- still, all in all that was pre the BPA scare. Joining that bandwagon I opted to not use them on my daughter. And it may be worth acknowledging that it is possible we just did not know how to correctly operate these cups- but in my book if we're the parents and adults and we cannot figure it out, perhaps these aren't the cups for us!

So what was our solution to the cup issue- well not this cup. Ironically enough we found the cups that worked best for her were made by Gerber and basically the verse that succeeded our all time favorite cup. We settled (maybe not best choice but it felt that way considering how much I liked my son's cups previously) on insulated cups with a soft spout and then moved up the Gerber Graduates cups still similar overall, only larger in size and minus the handles.
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