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Sugarbooger Sippy Cups Set of 2, Dia De Los Muertos


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Dia de los Muertos
  • Mini sippy cup two piece set with Dia de los Muertos images in bold colors
  • Holds 6 ounces
  • BPA free lid
  • Non toxic, BPA free, PVC free and lead free
  • Dishwasher safe, handwashing recommended
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Sugarbooger Sippy Cups Set of 2, Dia De Los Muertos + Sugarbooger Mini Bib Gift Set of 2, Dia De Los Muertos + Sugar Booger "Vroom" Feeding Collection Divided Suction Plate
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Product Information

Color: Dia de los Muertos
Technical Details
Item Weight4 ounces
Product Dimensions2.8 x 2.8 x 4.5 inches
OriginChina
UPC732389020101
Item model numberA553
Number of items1
  
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ASINB0036VDNBS
Best Sellers Rank #30,712 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Color: Dia de los Muertos

From the Manufacturer

Edgy Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) decorated skulls in friendly colors adorn this set of two mini sippy cups, features a different Dia de los Muertos pattern on each 6 oz. cup. Simply remove the BPA-free sippy lid when kids are ready to drink from a cup. Made from melamine, which is dishwasher safe but not recommended for microwave use. Non-toxic and lead-free according to USA, Canadian and European standards.

Product Description

Edgy Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) decorated skulls in friendly colors adorn this set of two mini sippy cups, features a different Dia de los Muertos pattern on each 6 ounce . cup. Simply remove the BPA free sippy lid when kids are ready to drink from a cup. Made from melamine, which is dishwasher safe but not recommended for microwave use. Non toxic and lead free according to USA, Canadian and European standards.


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Customer Reviews

If the cups were larger they would be perfect.
van2157
He was playing with it in his playpen and dropped it (ie. did not throw) to the floor from about 1.5 feet up.
Lu-Cent
Great option for toddlers who are outgrowing the true sippy cup. :)
Jenny Penny

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Lu-Cent on December 16, 2010
Color Name: Flutterby
I recently acquired a set for my 1 year-old son. He was playing with it in his playpen and dropped it (ie. did not throw) to the floor from about 1.5 feet up. The cup shattered into pieces and fortunately did not injure my son. I wrote the manufacturers explaining my concern about how safe the cup is and this is their reply:

"We're sorry you had a problem with one of our products. Our products have
been extensively tested for safety and durability, and have passed all
applicable measures for the USA, Canadian and European markets.

Melamine, while more durable than ceramic, is not shatterproof. Depending on
the height from which it was dropped, the velocity and angle at which it
lands, and the surface it lands on, it can indeed break."

My concern is then why they would choose melamine as the cup material for such an age group.

It is indeed a beautiful looking cup, but looks like it is more appropriate for a much older child (ie. too old for a sippy cup) otherwise you better have super-fast reflexes or a padded floor.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By oneposhmom on November 2, 2010
Color Name: Dia de los Muertos Verified Purchase
The pattern on these cups are so cool. However, unless you have a very experienced toddler you will have a mess on your hands. They leak all over the place.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sheridan on February 28, 2011
Color Name: Flutterby Verified Purchase
I was so glad to find these cute cups and, indeed, they are absolutely adorable. However, to call this a sippy cup is a misnomer. The tops do not fit on securely and are either constantly being removed by my daughter or falling off at the slightest disturbance (e.g. falling over on the table), spilling the contents of the cup everywhere. Moreover, when the top does manage to stay on for more than 30 seconds, it's incredibly easy to pour out liquid from the holes in the spout. By the time we can actually use these, we wont need sippy cups anymore.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Online Shopaholic on November 2, 2010
Color Name: Vintage Alphabet Verified Purchase
This is the cutest most adorable toddler cup ever. I bought it for my 18 month old so that I could transition her from bottle to cup (she only drinks milk in the bottle). I like that I can put heated liquid in it (its not plastic) and I like that it is sturdy. The problem is that the sippy part is a wee bit to advanced for my baby and she ends up spilling it all over her toddler couch. In a few months, however, I think it will be great. Also, I do wish it could hold a bit more than just four ounces of milk....
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Suzie Q on August 27, 2012
Color Name: Dia de los Muertos
At meals, my 15 month old daughter is obsessed with drinking out of my cup. She is not interested in sippy cups, and instead wants to use a big person cup which is incredibly messy and requires intense supervision. I bought a set of these Sugarbooger cups, and also Sugar Booger "Vroom" Feeding Collection Sippy Cup, because they are a hybrid between a regular cup and a sippy cup (i.e., they contain the water, but aren't totally leak proof). She loves these cups, and starts pointing and asking for them whenever she catches a glimpse.

These can be messy - certainly messier than controlled sippy cups. We only use ours at the dinner table (no way I'd let her walk around the house dripping from it). However, the point of these cups is to train toddlers to use normal cups, not to prevent mess. They require light supervision or experiments will eventually ensue (e.g., tipping them fully upside down), but in our case our daughter mostly drinks from the cup with great enthusiasm.

I believe your child will learn how to use a real cup much faster using these than sippy cups alone because the water flow is the same as an adult cup and requires sipping rather than sucking, and requires being tipped at just the right angle to get the water out. My toddler loves them!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jenny Penny on December 5, 2010
Color Name: Dia de los Muertos
My daughter has been using this cup since she was 1 year old. I do not recommend this cup for the messy toddler BUT, it is fantastic for a child with strong fine motor skills and who is neat. The cover is not intended to prevent leaking if the cup is tossed on the floor, but is great should the cup be accidentally bumped to prevent a larger spill. Great option for toddlers who are outgrowing the true sippy cup. :)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By kelita123 on May 11, 2012
Color Name: Vintage Alphabet
These cups are super cute. I loved them right away and my 6 month old son loved them as his introduction to using a cup. I even ordered another cup (monster cup with handles) right after I found my son loved the cups. And three days later I realized these products are horrible. First one cup cracked. Then the monster cup arrived and the lid dropped and shattered into 100 pieces. Then the cup dropped and broke into a bunch of pieces. Then the once snug fitting lid stopped fitting the cup at all.

THis company markets itself as being a boutique company with quality products. But they are still made in China and my products from Target have lasted years while these have lasted days. The company replaced all 3 of my broken cups so they do have good customer service but when 3 out of 3 cups break within a week of use, I know I am not dealing with fluke accidents but rather just poor design and bad quality. And even though they replaced my cups promptly, I did receive an email "lecture" from the representative about melamine products and how they should be used. She even used the word "velocity" when explaining how they can break when dropped. The funny thing is, I own lots of melamine and none of it has ever broken no matter what velocity my child has dropped it.
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