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Is Tommee Tippee cup any good?

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newmum234 Wed 18-Nov-20 19:47:53

This one:

Is this what is known as a sippy cup and are they any good? Is it better to use one of these over an open cup?

I’ve tried a Munchkin cup and it’s not working for us - I could barely get any water out of it myself, so not sure how my 7 month old DS is meant to!

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NannyR Wed 18-Nov-20 19:50:45

That's the type I recommend to parents, it's easy to hold and drink from, easy to clean and fairly leak proof when closed.

catchyjem Wed 18-Nov-20 19:53:17

Yes! I have spent a fortune on different fancy cups but this is by far the best.

LaTomatina Wed 18-Nov-20 20:00:27

Worked for us. We tried a few. This one was the best, in my opinion.

suziedoozy Wed 18-Nov-20 20:05:33

I have a couple of those and two Doidy cups - she uses the open cup when under close supervision but the Tommy Tippee when I’m doing something else.
At 20 months she has taken to pouring from her Tommy Tippee into her Doidy cup to drink from 🤣

ProseccoLimoncello Wed 18-Nov-20 20:14:24

Yes really good cups. Much cheaper from the supermarket though, I pay £1.50 for ours

Merename Wed 18-Nov-20 20:16:37

I find these are better for young babies but toddlers like to pour from them and I prefer the munchkin cups for that reason. They are easy, just allow your lip to press on the upper seal.

newmum234 Wed 18-Nov-20 20:31:54

I think I want my DS to drink from a free-flowing cup - the Munchkin rim doesn’t seem to simulate a natural drinking action, unless I’m doing it wrong?

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dementedpixie Wed 18-Nov-20 20:35:46

Yes I used them with my 2 as well. Can also be used with the lid off

user00119922 Wed 18-Nov-20 20:37:37

Aldi sell these tommee tippee cups for £1.79

dementedpixie Wed 18-Nov-20 20:38:10

£1.45 in asda

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