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The lid only fits on smooth mason jars and not on the jars with raised glass designs.
I love the glass because obviously it's not plastic but also because it really is a good trainer cup to get your little one use to drinking from a real glass.
I think it was hard for him to figure out where the opening was at to get a drink to come out quickly.
great quality, the lip is a little deep for my 1 1/2 year old but would be great for older toddlers.Published 2 months ago by Jennifer May
Too expensive for what it is, doesn't have a protected bottom and my son sometimes slams his cup down, spills easy. Could be better designed.Published 6 months ago by Paige Sullivan
This glass broke after being dropped 1.5 feet onto a tile floor. Obviously, its made of glass and I shouldn't expect it to be shatter proof, but this review is more about how its... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Exercise Happy
The rubber outer only covers the sides, the bottom of the jar is completely exposed and will chip if hit hard enough on the wrong surface. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jodi Brown-Johnson
I love this cup it gets the job done. It has a nice grip to it and it comes in handy when I don't have to watch his hands because there on the cup. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Shopzoid
Well, my kid just can't get the hang of it. He usually ends up spilling the drink all over himself. He does well without the top on it though... SMH I don't know...Published 9 months ago by Fontana man
My son loves this cup. However the plastic top did break very easily when it tipped over. It created a sharp edge so we're no longer able to use it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by J. Burgart
the lids leak no matter how I screw them on. I hand washed it as soon as I got it. It makes a big mess. Read morePublished 10 months ago by MM