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Recommendations for first skippy cups ......

(15 Posts)
Dalesgirl16 Sat 20-May-17 14:45:46

I bought one by vital baby that my baby can't hold or drink from. I know it's early days (6.5 months) but think we made a bad choice. Please can anyone recommend one they have got on well with

MoreThanUs Sat 20-May-17 14:46:46

Sippy cups? Only one you'll ever need is tommy tippee!

Dalesgirl16 Sat 20-May-17 14:48:43

Sippy cups, I mean!

tinypop4 Sat 20-May-17 15:23:29

Great typo! However, the supply cup of greatness is the cheap tommee tipper free flow one.

RatOnnaStick Sat 20-May-17 15:31:50

Yep, The tommee tippee one with the bastard lid that's nearly impossible to remove without soaking yourself is, in fact, the only sippy cup worth having.

this one

Its available everywhere, it's cheap, it's easily replaceable, there are no stupid valves or straw things, water flows properly, and because the lid is ridiculously tight it doesn't leak. (but don't go testing any sippy cup upside down in your bag. No such thing as a completely leak-proof spout).

User06383 Sat 20-May-17 15:57:47

Munchkin 360. It's perfect.

Dishwasher friendly
Easy to sip from
Used like a normal cup, same action
Spill proof
Available with handles for younger babies

Dalesgirl16 Mon 22-May-17 23:24:26

Thanks all!

Twinkletwinklelittlestarma Tue 23-May-17 14:49:55

I second the munchkin!

Cutesbabasmummy Wed 24-May-17 10:18:47

Agree with the Tommy Tippee cup with the evil lid! My DS didn't like it but that's what they use at nursery so he gor used to it at home. then at home we moved to a Munchkin 360 and the KEA open cups but he still has his milk out of a Green Baby sippee cup!

Cutesbabasmummy Wed 24-May-17 10:19:43

Sorry the one he had milk out of is a Vital Baby one that OP's LO doesn't like!

welshweasel Wed 24-May-17 10:20:14

We have both tommee tippee and munchkin ones. The munchkin ones are fab for when he's sat in bed in the morning with us as he can't cover the bed with milk.

redcaryellowcar Wed 24-May-17 10:32:35

I think tommee tippee are great, easy to dishwasher clean and not too much 'sucking' or biting and sucking required which apparently dentists think is best! We also have the cow and bird any way up cups for bedtime drinks.

Dalesgirl16 Wed 24-May-17 21:05:14

Ooh I bought the tommy tippee one and started using it today. It's so much better than the one we had. I will try the others too , thanks

almondfinger Wed 24-May-17 21:58:24

My dd's still have their first Tommee Tippee sippy cups in bed at night for spill free midnight slurping. They are 9 and 8!

Dalesgirl16 Thu 25-May-17 23:36:20

Cute! Well worth the£2 then !

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