OXO Tot Training Cup, Green, 7 Ounce
- Cup transforms as child grows and develops
- Training Cup lid insert is perforated to control the flow of liquid when child drinks
- Remove the training cup lid insert to convert to a regular cup
- Liquid level can be seen through translucent cup
- BPA, phthalate and pvc free
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The 7-ounce OXO Tot Training Cup is a great way for children to enjoy their favorite drink while advancing to a regular cup. The lid insert features perforations around the edge that helps toddlers control the flow of liquid from the cup to their mouths without making a mess. It's transparent, so tots can see the liquid coming toward them. Designed for toddlers 12 months and older, this colorful cup is built with soft, non-slip grips on the sides for easy handling. When your child has mastered the art of drinking on his or her own, simply remove the lid insert to transform the training cup into a big kid cup.
The 7-ounce Training Cup is part of the OXO Tot Feeding Line that also includes Sippy Cups and Straw Cups. All OXO Tot Sippy, Straw, and Training Cup lids are interchangeable.
Safe and Convenient
The OXO Tot line of cups is BPA-, phthalate-, and PVC-free, so you'll have one less thing to worry about. And they're top-rack dishwasher safe for added convenience.
The OXO Tot Feeding Line: The Right Tools for the Job
In five years, 25 babies were born to OXO employees, making for many users of all things baby! The collective group of new parents set out to create a line of baby and toddler products, developed to minimize frustration of parents and toddlers as they transition from babies to big-kids. The OXO Tot line of Sippy Cups, Straw Cups and Training Cups provides moms and dads a number of options for teaching their toddler to drink like a grown up.
About OXO: Making Everyday Living Easier for Over 20 Years
OXO launched its first set of kitchen tools in 1990, and the company has since branched into every room of the home and beyond. OXO products are designed to make everyday living easier for the widest possible spectrum of users. And with the launch of OXO Tot, an exciting new line of baby and toddler products, the company has extended that mission even further, to include the youngest ever users - children.
What's in the Box
One 7-ounce OXO Tot Training Cup (Green).
|Sippy Cups 7 oz||Sippy Cups 7 oz with Handles|
|Sippy Cups 11 oz||Straw Cups 7 oz with Handles (Coming Soon)|
|Straw Cups 11 oz (Coming Soon)||Training Cups|
Top Customer Reviews
The negative reviews focus almost exclusively on the size of the holes being too big...not restricting the flow of shirt soaking fluid enough. Well...I kind of agree with that. It would be nice to start with smaller holes -- and nicer still to be able to adjust the size of the holes as the wee one got better at drinking.
The answer: Buy at least two of these cups.
I know...right now you are thinking I am an OXO executive dreaming up a way to make lemonade out of lemons. But I'm not.
It's quite simple. You can easily fit TWO of the plastic baffles into one cup. And trust me...they both fit snugly. If you put the top insert with the tabs right over the center of the holes on the bottom one, you have effectively cut the flow of liquid by at least 75%. And by adjusting the the placement of the top baffle...it can go from 75% to 50% to 25% and then to just one baffle.
Still don't believe me...watch the video.
OXO would be wise to sell these cups with two baffles...or at least sell the baffles separately. I think it's a good quality and somewhat useful cup on it's own, which is why I am giving it 4 stars. But I think I made it more useful...in a way that would generate many more 5-star reviews.
You're welcome OXO.
I'm Kimberly from OXO. Thank you so much for your feedback on the OXO Tot Training Cup! The video you provided with your review is very thoughtful and informative.
What makes Amazon such a wonderful marketplace is the ability to read reviews on items before purchasing them and OXO really appreciates you taking the time to make a video about your experience with the cup to better educate potential customers. I think using 2 beveled tops is an interesting idea and I have passed along your video to our Product Development Team.
Thanks for being an OXO fan!
My daughter can drink from a regular glass as long as I hold it for her, or a bottle with no nipple (again, as long as I hold it for her). The FIRST time I gave this training cup for her she took it in her hands and was able to drink from it. She usually doesn't want to hold cups, she wants me to hold them for her, even though she's perfectly capable of holding a sippy. However I don't like giving her sippys because of tooth decay concerns and also because to me, some of them are really like a fast-flow nipple bottle...
I wouldn't use this product unless you actually want your toddler to learn how to drink from a regular cup. If you look at it like a sippy, forget it. It's a training cup, so that's why I saw it was a great idea to use the lid just to reduce (of course not to eliminate) spillage. It is EXCELLENT for that, it's a "regular" cup with help.
A tip I've found pretty useful: filling the cup only half way. That way liquid will come out slower, easier for toddler to manage.
First, the flow is basically unrestricted. It needs to have multiple baffles included that you can change to adjust the flow according to your tots understanding of how to use a open cup.
Second, the lip profile actually makes it harder for a tot to drink without spilling liquid down the chin. Our toddler actually does a better job with a regular open cup than with this training cup.
Follow up 4/2011:
I felt the need to revisit this item because I felt that many parents are going to be dissappointed by this cup...The fact is this cup fails as a training cup. It is a good design but did not carry the concept far enough.... it does not stop the child from dumping the entire drink on themselves. We did not buy it to "replace" a sippy cup, we bought it to train our tot to use a open cup....now we just use the open cup to train him because this cup failed to do anything differently than the open cup....unless you count the curved lip causing him to dribble liquid down his chin....
The lid does allow a decent amount of water to spill out, but it is a good step between a sippy cup and a regular cup.
I had a little trouble telling from the picture, but the guard preventing the water from comming out is hard plastic. It snaps into place and I wouldn't expect to have a problem with it comming out too easily.
My 20 month old son seems to like this cup alot and hasn't had as much of a problem getting too much water like he would with a regular cup. He has however tilted it up too high and ended up with a wet shirt. I'd suggest starting out with very little water, enough for a few sips at the most, and just planning to refill it often at first.