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Non-Plastic training cup

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IWannaBeLikeYou Thu 28-Aug-08 15:14:34

Is there such a thing as non-plastic training cup (with a spout would be good)? I'm thinking of something made of wood, china or similar.

My DD is 9 months old and she will start nursery part time soon. She's bf so we only used a china cup at home so far for small drinks of water, but she will need something for her milk at nursery.

Seona1973 Thu 28-Aug-08 19:47:18

I've never seen anything much other than plastic with the main benefit being that it is hard to break. Is there any particular reason it cant be plastic?

MrsBadger Thu 28-Aug-08 21:33:00

if it's BPA in the plastic you're worried about, Born Free doBPA-free spouty cups, but most brands that are 'cloudy' plastic rather than crystal-clear polycarbonate are BPA free (and much cheaper) eg Nuby, Mam etc.

Seona1973 Thu 28-Aug-08 21:40:04

the tommee tippee first cup, etc are BPA free as are the avent magic cups - it is mainly the clear plastic bottles that have BPA and not the coloured plastic cups.

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