To ask if there is a toddler cup that doesn't leak?

(33 Posts)
duckbilled Fri 08-Jan-16 20:35:06

I am getting so fed up of finding little puddles around my house where the 'spill free' bottles/cups have leaked!
Has anyone actually found one that doesn't leak? My dd is 2, so not the tippee cup type ones. Thanks

Kim82 Fri 08-Jan-16 20:37:13

We have one of these which is the only one we have found that doesn't leak.

www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00WRE35HC/ref=mp_s_a_1_5?qid=1452285359&sr=8-5&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=tommee+tippee+sippy+cup&dpPl=1&dpID=41TXWmLTihL&ref=plSrch

ItsOutThere Fri 08-Jan-16 20:39:11

This kind. My eldest got one when she started school and I bought more for the youngest because they actually don't leak!
www.sportbottle.co.uk/

Toffeelatteplease Fri 08-Jan-16 20:40:13

Yep they don't leak. Had the ones above for years (DS with SN). You can happily have blackcurrant in them and not worry about your SIL's white carpet wink

ceeveebee Fri 08-Jan-16 20:40:15

we've had tommee tippee flip straw cups for ages and they've never leaked. Also when they are older they have the sports cap ones and we've never had a leak with those either

UnderTheF1oorboards Fri 08-Jan-16 21:43:05

DS has 2 of those sportbottle ones. They leak.

silverstreak Fri 08-Jan-16 21:58:25

Yep tommee tippee "active" in the first posters response.... You do have to be careful not to lose the non-spill attachment in the lid though (& definitely remember to detatch it to wash!).

emwithme Fri 08-Jan-16 23:11:06

No DC but these stand up to being knocked over by a five month old furry asshat kitten.

You can actually hold the glass upside down and nothing comes out.

hedgehogsdontbite Fri 08-Jan-16 23:17:07

We have these ones ans so far they have foiled DS's attempts to baptise his cars, where all others have failed:

www.amazon.co.uk/Tommee-Tippee-Explora-Active-Sporty/dp/B00EHIYJXA/ref=sr_1_22?ie=UTF8&qid=1452294945&sr=8-22&keywords=tommee+tippee+cup

Meht Fri 08-Jan-16 23:17:54

Munchkin miracle cup, Ive tried so many & these are the answer to all my prayers after buying my new sofa grin

Nyborg Fri 08-Jan-16 23:18:18

The Munchkin Miracle cup is great.

WorthMoreThanThat Fri 08-Jan-16 23:27:49

We use this, never leaked. Have several of them!

DixieNormas Fri 08-Jan-16 23:29:45

I've had all the above and had leaks.

we bought one from boots that never did but have lost it sad

DixieNormas Fri 08-Jan-16 23:30:18

oh never tried the munchkin one

outtheothersidefinally Fri 08-Jan-16 23:32:10

This. www.mothercare.ie/mothercare-elephant-insulated-sipper-cup.html

Comes in various designs. Perfect.

SquareStarfish Fri 08-Jan-16 23:35:44

Munchkin miracle is what you are looking for.

TracyBarlow Fri 08-Jan-16 23:41:09

I've three under fives and have tried every single cup on the bloody market. The only ones that the kids can open and close themselves, haven't leaked, don't go manky and last for more than two weeks are these.

They are quite expensive in supermarkets but Aldi sometimes have them in their baby events for a quid. They're the only ones I'll use now.

NotAWhaleOmeletteInSight Fri 08-Jan-16 23:47:10

Another vote for the Munchkin Miracle 360. Call off the search. The cheapest place I've seen them is Boots for £4.99.

lucymootoo Sat 09-Jan-16 00:12:13

We have the munchkin miracle cup too and it's great

chestnutmare Sat 09-Jan-16 00:36:41

Another vote for the munchkin cup, it's great

duckbilled Sat 09-Jan-16 22:59:10

Thanks all, I have bought the miracle cup and a flip straw cup (because dd wouldn't leave boots without it hmm).

Meht Sat 09-Jan-16 23:04:00

I tried the miracle cup the other day, much to DD amusement grin It takes some getting used to, but is fab.

CherryBlossom321 Sat 09-Jan-16 23:06:41

Another vote for the tommee tippee with the anti leak valve; 2 children, 2 cups, not a single spillage. Easy to wash and put back together.

CherryBlossom321 Sat 09-Jan-16 23:07:38

Sorry duckbilled, just realised you already decided.

Shirkingfromhome Sat 09-Jan-16 23:07:47

This doesn't leak. You can buy them on Amazon and I've seen them in Sainsbury's. My DS is 2 too, he takes one to bed at night and it's never leaked.

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