Lansinoh mOmma Straw Cup with Dual Handles, Green, BPA Free and BPS Free
- Silicone, Polypropylene, Thermoplastic Elastomers
- In and Out system stores the straw within the lid to prevent leaks while ensuring maximum hygiene
- Rounded ergonomic shape and soft-grip handles easy for baby's hands to grasp
- 100 percent silicone straw is gentle on developing teeth and gums to ease transition
- Safe, hygienic, BPA and Phthalate Free
- Dishwasher and microwave safe
- In & Out system stores the straw within the lid to prevent leaks while ensuring maximum hygiene
- 100% silicone straw is gentle on developing teeth and gums to ease transition
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I have two minor quibbles: 1. It doesn't really wobble as well as advertised, but that's not a huge issue since my tot is past that developmental stage. and 2. The round shape makes it hard to fit neatly into existing insulated bottle packs, which accommodate regular cylindrical sippy cups nicely, but not so much this bulbous shape. It leaves me less room to pack food but to be honest, I don't pack THAT much that needs refrigeration, but I can see it being an issue for others who do.
As far as washing goes, I do this by hand with hot soapy water and it takes 30 seconds. Since i'm personally rinsing out the nooks and crannies, I don't worry about mold growing anywhere at all. So I would recommend hand washing over dishwashing for sure!
Anyway I'm overall very pleased and definitely thinking of buying another cup to have as a backup!
First, it is very difficult to clean. The straw comes apart just fine and is easily washed, but the lid itself does not come apart. It is quite easy for milk and other nasties to accumulate in places you can't clean. I'll try to upload some pictures of the problem areas later. Also, due to the weighted bottom of the cup, it ALWAYS flips in the dishwasher, leaving it full of gunk and collected water. Because of it's weird shape, it doesn't fit on my OXO drying rack either.
Second, it is very difficult to drink from. For some reason the resistance through the straw is quite high. I think because the end that goes in the mouth is not a regular straw end, but instead is closed with a cross-cut almost like a bottle nipple. My baby seems to have a lot of difficulty getting milk from it at all.
Third, it leaks. Not a whole lot, but enough to frustrate me. I work hard to pump that liquid gold. I want my baby to have it, not the floor.
Fourth, the weighted straw ball does not follow the milk. At all.
Fifth, because of the shape, you can't use a sippy strap like BooginHead SippiGrip, Pink/Green/White. So I have to repeatedly pick it up off of the floor during a meal.
So what do we use instead? ...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My nine month old granddaughter can use this cup without help, and loves doing it "by herself".Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
I really wanted to love this cup. My daughter was able to independently drink from it, which was a huge plus! Unfortunately, over time, it started to leak and I threw it away.Published 16 days ago by Julie
I like the concept of this cup. The straw completely comes apart and hides away for cleaning and storage. Read morePublished 18 days ago by She reviews
A good cup to introduce ingesting beverages through a straw. Slight-to-no spillage even when the cup lands on the floor! Seems to be reasonably well-made. Read morePublished 1 month ago by JN