Let's face it: toddlers are a messy bunch, especially when first navigating Sippy cups. Now imagine a world in which drinks didn't spill at all - not in your diaper bag, not on your furniture, and not even onto your eager-to-learn child. No, it's not a miracle, exactly - it's munchkin's miracle 360˚ cup. The first Sippy cup invented with both parents and kids in mind, the miracle 360˚ trainer cup eliminates messes and supports kids' dental health all at once. Drinking from anywhere around the rim, like a regular cup, helps support normal muscle development in a child's mouth. And with no extra spouts, straws or pieces, the miracle 360˚ cup is easy to use and even easier to clean. We'll say cheers to that. 6 plus months.
what parents are saying
It is taking a while for my daughter to understand how to use this but I love that it doesn't leak. (Aug 23, 2016)
Easy to hold handles, easy to clean, and nice looking. But it can leak out of the top if it's thrown to the floor. And I have a tough time trying to open it, even when tugging on the handles.
Mar 19, 2018
Noticed baby watching intently when we would drink from a cup, so I got one. She got it immediately and loves these. Does flow a bit fast and drip down her chin, and spills if dropped, but she loves!
Mar 12, 2018
These cups are great for kids learning how to drink out of regular cups. The handles are nice for younger kids to hold. These do not hold much fluid, though, I would recommend larger size.
Nov 11, 2017
I love this cup. It's easy for my son to hold, as well as easy to fill. It does spill a little bit, if you have only water in it no big deal. It does take a few days to get them to know how to use it
Aug 17, 2017
This cup is amazing. Definitely better for babies than traditional sippy cups. My son has no problem drinking out of regular cups when this isn't available. This cup has trained him the proper form.
Jan 30, 2017
I've loved these cups and my son does too. They are easy to clean and great for teaching how to actually drink out of cup with less mess. They will leak a bit if(when) they are thrown on the ground.
Oct 06, 2016
My breastfeeder would NOT take any sippy cup, just a "big kid" cup... thankfully these "big kid" cup mimicks were available and easy to teach her to use! The only con - they splatter when they fall.
Sep 09, 2016