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Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cup, Green/Blue, 7 Ounce, 2 Count
- BPA free 2 pack toddler training cup with dentist-recommended, spoutless design
- 360-degree drinking edge eliminates spills completely
- Cup automatically seals when child stops drinking
- Handles are easy for little hands to hold
- Easy to clean, with no extra valves or parts - top rack dishwasher safe
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Miracles do happen!
Let's face it: toddlers are a messy bunch, especially when first navigating sippy cups. Now imagine a world in which drinks didn't spill at all — not in your diaper bag, not on your nightstand, and not even onto your eager-to-learn child. No, it's not a miracle, exactly — it's Munchkin's Miracle 360° Cup. The first sippy cup invented with both parents and kids in mind, the Miracle 360° Cup eliminates messes and supports kids' dental health.
Drinking from anywhere around the rim, like a regular cup, helps support normal muscle development in a child’s mouth.
Easy to Clean
With no extra spouts, valves or pieces, the Miracle 360° Cup is easy to use and even easier to clean.
The valve automatically closes when child is not drinking, creating a leak-proof seal.
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Learn more about Munchkin’s collection of cups. From the very first transition out of the bottle to the perfect bedside cup for your big kid, we’ve got you covered.
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Let's face it: toddlers are a messy bunch, especially when first navigating Sippy cups. Now imagine a world in which drinks didn't spill at all - not in your diaper bag, not on your furniture, and not even onto your eager-to-learn child. No, it's not a miracle, exactly - it's munchkin's miracle 360˚ cup. The first Sippy cup invented with both parents and kids in mind, the miracle 360˚ trainer cup eliminates messes and supports kids' dental health all at once. Drinking from anywhere around the rim, like a regular cup, helps support normal muscle development in a child's mouth. And with no extra spouts, straws or pieces, the miracle 360˚ cup is easy to use and even easier to clean. We'll say cheers to that. 6 plus months.
Top Customer Reviews
When I first saw these cups online, I couldn't figure out how on earth they were supposed to work. As it turns out, it is ingeniously simple. There are 3 pieces: the base that actually holds the liquid, a screw-on lid that looks like a strainer/colander, and a silicone stopper that "snaps" onto the bottom-most part of the inside of that colander and exactly fits the lid so that it "seals" all the way around the rim. When you tip the cup, the liquid comes through the holes in the colander lid, but the silicone stopper provides just enough pressure so that the liquid can't get past the rim. When you suck gently on the rim, the silicone deforms just enough to let some liquid through, but only in that spot.
So, back to my 2 year-old. He was used to just opening his mouth and pouring liquid in and couldn't understand why I gave him this cup with the lid on that very obviously didn't pour anything into his mouth when he tilted it back.Read more ›
Baby drink juice, water, anything but milk from this cup as I transition her from bottle to milk in a cup. 2wk on the cup only, remove all the bottle from her sight and she still wouldn't drink entirely from this cup if it contains milk in it. So training them using this cup varies on the child, mine went straight to straw bottle instead.
If you are giving this to a baby, beware they don't drink normally like ppl do, instead mine flip it up side down and suck on it on occasion when she is bored. She then tap it on the table, floor, pretty much any where hard surface, upside down and succeed making the liquid splash everywhere. If you flip it upside down and knock it on a table you will see water coming out.. can't believe a one yr old figure that out! And of course, if they threw it on the floor, water would splash everywhere too...so no mess? We aren't taking about toddler here, they are the genius behind mess.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great sippy cup without spout. Doesn't spill and baby has to bite down to get a drink which works great when teething too!Published 1 hour ago by Mocha12
Heard from my sis in law that her friend who works for a pediatric dentist specifically recommends this cup to help with good habits for the baby. Read morePublished 19 hours ago by Mosaic Momma
its hard to teach kids how to drink out of this so i'm surprised they are as popular as they are.Published 1 day ago by Anjali Singh
Baby was showing interest in drinking out of our cups so we gave it a try. He already knows how to use a sippy spout and a straw. It's a big hit. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Laura M Holmgren
Trying to break my daughter from the bottle and sippy cup after sippy cup would not work. It did take a day or so for her to get the hang of it, but she loves these and now only... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Pauletta