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Playtex Training Time Soft Spout Cup, Color May Vary, 6 Ounce, 2 Count

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  • Twist and Click technology with 100% Spill-proof, Break-proof, Leak-proof Guarantee
  • Patented Unique spill-proof valve eliminates messes and is easy to clean
  • Eases transition from bottle or breastfeeding to sippy cups
  • Removable handles to aid child development
  • BPA Free
  • Twist 'N Click technology with 100% Spill-proof, Break-proof, Leak-proof Guarantee
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight7.2 ounces
Product Dimensions2.7 x 6 x 9 inches
OriginChina
UPC078300056621
Item model number5662
Target genderFemale
material_compositionPlastic
Care instructionsWash cup and valve before the first use. After cleaning, pinch valve at stem to activate. Wash cup and valve after each use. Remove valve from lid to clean. All parts can be clean on top rack in dishwasher or hot soapy water .
Number of items2
Dishwasher safeYes
  
Additional Information
ASINB0009EXN10
Best Sellers Rank #910 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 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

Playtex 2 Pack The First Sipster Spill-Proof Cup features Twist ‘N Click Technology with 100% Spill-proof, Break-proof, and Leak-proof Guarantee. Playtex 2 Pack The First Sipster Spill-Proof Cup offers a patented unique spill-proof valve that eliminates messes and is easy to clean while being BPA Free. Playtex 2 Pack The First Sipster Spill-Proof Cup helps to ease your babies transition from bottle or breastfeeding to sippy cups. Playtex 2 Pack The First Sipster Spill-Proof Cup comes with removable handles for efficient and convenient use that aids your children’s development.

From the Manufacturer

With a soft, tapered spout and easy-to-grip handles, this is the perfect first cup for your baby. This is designed with a feeding specialist and a pediatrician. Available in a variety of colors. It is made by Playtex and BPA Free.

Customer Reviews

This cup is a LOSER.
CW
They leak if you don't get the lid just right - and it's hard to check if it's leaking until it's all over your floor or your child.
Amy L. Pyles
It's spill proof, sure, but that's because it's also drink proof.
Chelsea

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

178 of 183 people found the following review helpful By B. Havin' on July 23, 2011
I've decided that this is our sippy cup. I like the fact that it's easy to put together, doesn't leak and that you can stash it in pockets, pouches, etc. We've tried many others, including:

Born Free - wasn't accepted (I think it was just too much of a contraption for a 12-mo old)
Nuby - broke after multiple tosses on the floor
Nuk - like it, but the handles attach at the bottom, making it difficult to stash in pockets/pouches. Also, it seems like my daughter sucks in a lot of air with it.
Munchkin - my daughter likes it and its the brand they use at her daycare, but it's hard to center the nipple just right. Also, my daughter loves the fact that she can turn it upside down, squish the nipple on the table, and dump out a puddle of milk. She would give it an A+ for entertainment value, Mommy, not so much.
Tilty - I like the concept but there are no handles, and the nipple isn't the best

We'll stick with Playtex for now!
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By CW on July 18, 2014
I just bought this sippy cup from a store here in town, and I wish I had read the Amazon reviews here first -- the more recent reviews, that is. (Please note that the older - and more positive - reviews are for the older version, called the Playtex "Sipster"...which we loved. I noticed some other reviewers posted pictures of the older/Sipster version.) I also wish that I could give this Playtex Training Time Soft Spout Cup LESS than 1 star. We've been using sippy cups in our house for almost 7 years (I have 3 kids and am pregnant with a fourth), so we've tried a LOT of sippy cups. One of my favorites has always been the good ol' Playtex "Sipster." My 2 year old son was using a blue/red Playtex Sipster to drink his milk at meals (I like giving him a cup with handles so that he can pick it up with one hand at meals; plus, he doesn't usually drink more than 6 oz of milk at a time at meals anyway). After he lost his, I started searching for a new one...letting him use one of his big sister's old Sipster cups (a purple one) in the meantime. We've been trying other sippy cups, too, but none have been as good as the Sipster that we've always loved. (By the way, I do like the 9 oz Playtex PlayTime "Spoutless" Cup with its flip-up cap...It doesn't have handles and holds more liquid, so it's great for the diaper bag or outings because the flip-up cap keeps the drink-hole covered nicely - and it's easy for my son to open and close. We use this cup for water and for outings and travel, or any situation that's on-the-go, and it works well. I just like a shorter cup, and preferably with handles, at meals. Shorter cups are less top-heavy, too, so they're less likely to tip over and fall off the table.)

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July 22, 2014
Hi GW!
We are sorry to read you are disappointed with our TrainingTime Soft Spout Cup and would love to get additional information from you about this purchase.

If you would like to discuss further, please call 1.800.222.0453, Monday-Friday 8am-6pm, EST. Please refer to your Amazon Name when calling.
47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Fresh Rose on January 22, 2013
Pros: -
they don't leak unless baby bangs it on something hard, even then only a few drops come out. Even if you turn it upside down, it doesn't leak because of the valve.
-Fairly easy to clean as long as you don't let it sit.
-Nice looking, comes in a variety of colors...some gender neutral
-You can buy extra valves on Amazon for just a few dollars. I've had my cups for about a year and still don't need new valves.
-You can remove the valve completely and use the bottle for an older child.
-Baby sucks it like a straw almost, it doesn't just pour out like other cups.
-Very durable, my daughter throws it around like a football and it's still in good shape.

Cons:
-Because of the way the inside of the lid is shaped (the valve takes some room in the lid) you will ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS waste like a half an ounce of liquid. It gets stuck in the lid and baby can't suck it out. So that half an ounce of milk (or whatever baby is drinking) gets wasted. But in the end this is needed so it can truly be leakproof.

-There's no way to measure how many ounces you are filling in the cup, there are no measuring lines which is a little absurd. This should be an easy fix for Playtex. The cup is seven ounces, so minus one ounce that gets wasted, you are left with a six ounce cup (but still, it would be nice to be able to measure).

Conclusion: It's a damn good cup, I've purchased several.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Chelsea on January 19, 2013
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If *I* can't suck liquid out of this sippy cup, how can I expect my daughter to? It's spill proof, sure, but that's because it's also drink proof.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. Saar on June 11, 2014
This cup (bought May 2014) leaks SO EASILY. I have mopped up an entire cup's full of water from the floor several times in the past month. Yes, my 6-month-old can get water out easily, but the leaks make this cup absolutely worthless for me. I will throw them away and buy another brand.

I used Playtex sippy cups with my older kids (born 2008 & 2010) faithfully because I liked the design so well. I'm so disappointed the company has changed the design. =(
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July 9, 2014
Hi, S. Saar!
We apologize for the inconvenience. In our directions for use, you will notice that we advise you to twist the lid until you hear or feel a click signaling that it is locked. We have learned from consumers like you that the click can sometimes be heard or felt before the arrow on the lid lines up with the padlock icon on the cup. To ensure a proper seal, we recommend twisting the lid until the arrow is at or past the lock symbol, even if you feel the click before that.

If you try this and still experience leaking from the seal area, please contact us so that we can assist you further at 1-800-222-0453, Monday-Friday, between 8am-6pm EST. Please refer to your Amazon Name when calling.
34 of 44 people found the following review helpful By CarrieMack on February 1, 2011
I used these for my first child and now I'm expecting baby #2 and am stocking up again on these. If you rinse them out after your child uses them and don't let them sit around, they are easy to rinse out. I never had a mold or mildew issue with them. A friend of mine had issues with every type of sippy cup on the market because they were "too hard to clean." It doesn't matter what type you use, don't let them sit. Rinse them out after your child finishes their drink and you will always have a clean cup with no hassle. I was very excited to find these still on the market and I intend to use these as my only sippy cup for my second baby. Love them.
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