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The Natural Drinking Cup from Philips AVENT makes it easier for your toddler to transition from bottles and sippy cups to grown up drinking--without the mess. Ideal for toddlers 12 months and up, this spoutless cup features a unique spill-proof valve that's lip activated. Toddlers learn to drink from the rim so they're ready for grown up cups, while trainer handles make it easy for little hands to hold the cup. The Natural Drinking Cup is BPA-Free and includes a protective lid to keep the cup and its contents clean and hygienic, even when you're on the go.
The Natural Drinking Cup is a great first grown up drinking cup for toddlers ready to move on from traditional sippy cups or from drinking from a straw. The cup allows drinking from all around the rim, just like an adult cup. This design encourages your toddler to get used to grown up drinking.
This cup features a spill-proof valve that prevents waste and mess. This fast-flow valve is activated when a child's top lip presses against the lid, so milk or water only flows when your toddler is ready to drink. When the cup isn't in use, you won't have to worry about spills and messes.
The Natural Drinking Cup includes a separate hygienic lid to keep the cup and its contents clean, whether at home or on the go.
To encourage independent drinking, this cup has special trainer handles toddlers can easily grip.
Safe for toddlers, this cup is BPA-Free and is also dishwasher safe for easy cleanup and sterilization.
One green Natural Drinking Cup with lid.
This cup is a great way to transition your toddler from a sippy cup to a regular cup.
The cup itself does NOT LEAK at all, however after a sip is taken there is a little left over fluid around the rim which will dribble out if you tip the cup over.
Also if they don't drink all the liquid that comes out when the lid is pushed down it sits in the top and then spills out when the cup is tilted.
Love the concept. The only negative is that the cup leaks when tippedPublished 3 days ago by Jennifer Ba Germaine
Perfect for teaching my nephew how to drink out of a big boy cup.
It took a little "training" though. Read more