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Does your baby have a drinking problem? (We mean the spilling kind of drinking problem.) Don’t worry about it – every kid makes a mess when they’re first learning how to drink from a cup. But you can minimize the cleanup with a high-quality sippy cup, like the Thermos Foogo 8 Oz. Plastic Sippy Cup.
This top-notch sippy cup is built tough (since your child will definitely throw it on the floor at least once), with impact-resistant, BPA-free, dishwasher safe Eastman Tritan copolyester. It’s built lightweight, so it’s easy for your baby to handle, and the removable ergonomic handles are also built for tiny hands. The light weight of the Thermos Foogo 8 Oz. Plastic Sippy Cup also means that it’s easy to take with you, in your diaper bag, backpack, or purse. And the soft Foogo Phase 1 sippy top is gentle on baby’s gums, but tough enough to hold up when she uses it to test her new baby teeth.
Because you may want to monitor how much your baby is drinking, the body of the sippy cup is clear plastic, with measuring lines. Reviewers also recommend using this sippy cup for smoothies – it works great! Suggested for ages 6 months and up; as part of the Thermos Foogo Phases collection, the top and cup are interchangeable with other Foogo Phases products.
Lightweight, Easy to hold
Rubber spout is easy to chew through
Wait until your child is through teething to use this cup. I recommend the hard plastic sippy cups instead of this cup. Any child who wants to bite and chew on things should not use this cup. The rubber spout easily breaks off.
lightweight, cute, easy to drink from
I regret spending the money on this sippy cup. While my daughter likes it, my floors don't! It leaks so easily. I've tightened the cap, but it still leaks out the sides. It also spurts out the top if my daughter swings the cup around (which little ones frequently do).
Baby loves to hold it,easy to clean,durable,keeps drinks fresh!
Love it,just bought another one