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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    we had one to review. depends on what you want to use it for (it doesn't really hold a lot of liquid so I would prefer bottles of water on a long journey).
    Mostly for a toddler who manages to spill even the pop top water bottles. If it holds at least 250 mls, is easy for a toddler to use and actually doesn't spill then I might buy one.

    I don't mind decanting from a main bottle, I just want to avoid spills.

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    It holds 266mls and is spill proof. I've carried it around in my bag with no problems an ds hasn't spilt any.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    Mostly for a toddler who manages to spill even the pop top water bottles. If it holds at least 250 mls, is easy for a toddler to use and actually doesn't spill then I might buy one.

    I don't mind decanting from a main bottle, I just want to avoid spills.
    Go for it. It'll tick those boxes. I can see how you'd find it handy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    Go for it. It'll tick those boxes. I can see how you'd find it handy.
    I think I'm sold on it then I really don't want to be stuck on a 12+ hour drive with a toddler in a wet car seat and these cups sound like a great idea. I might buy 1 and see how dd2 goes and then if she can use it I might buy dd1 one otherwise she can have dd2's one instead.


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    We would love to review this cup!
    i have a toddler who loves to drink from his 'big boy cup' but still has trouble remembering that there is no lid. All his cups with kids have a spout and make the transition to a normal cup a little confusing for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Country mama View Post
    We would love to review this cup!
    i have a toddler who loves to drink from his 'big boy cup' but still has trouble remembering that there is no lid. All his cups with kids have a spout and make the transition to a normal cup a little confusing for him.
    The reviews were closed and done already now unfortunately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Country mama View Post
    We would love to review this cup!
    i have a toddler who loves to drink from his 'big boy cup' but still has trouble remembering that there is no lid. All his cups with kids have a spout and make the transition to a normal cup a little confusing for him.
    Not sure if I'm allowed to say this but I actually didn't find it helpful for that.

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    Well I bought one. Dd2 loves it so I'll probably buy one for dd1 as well and I may recommend them to at least 3 others.

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    Great. Like I said I didn't find it helpful for what I wanted to achieve. It's one more step before getting my son used to a normal cup.

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    I actually found it to be more for older kids but for those that may want one, I found mine in Coles in the baby section for $12


 

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