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OXO Tot Training Cup

LOVE: 4 NEUTRAL: 5
REGRET: 0 WANT: 6

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LOVE: 4 NEUTRAL: 5
REGRET: 0 WANT: 6
  • This was okay. My son used it for a little while but my daughter wasn't interested in it. I found that using a small tumbler and putting a little liquid in it worked well at doing the same thing. Jun 27, 2019

  • This is a great transition from sippy to open cup. It's a nice small size that allows kids to hold the cup with little hands and get small amounts of liquid. May 06, 2019

    • Taryn W.
    • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    still TBD on this. we're using it to introduce the idea of drinking from an open cup. he's doing better with a plain water bottle (non-recyclable type). just spills this one (though it's intentional) Aug 23, 2016

  • doesn't really slow the flow of the drink; but kids like this cup Jul 13, 2015

    • Britt P.
    • United States of America

    Good training cup as you head toward removing lids. Tip- get two and combine the plastic lids in one cup to narrow the holes as needed when first starting out Jan 22, 2015

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  • This was okay. My son used it for a little while but my daughter wasn't interested in it. I found that using a small tumbler and putting a little liquid in it worked well at doing the same thing. Jun 27, 2019

  • This is a great transition from sippy to open cup. It's a nice small size that allows kids to hold the cup with little hands and get small amounts of liquid. May 06, 2019

    • Taryn W.
    • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    still TBD on this. we're using it to introduce the idea of drinking from an open cup. he's doing better with a plain water bottle (non-recyclable type). just spills this one (though it's intentional) Aug 23, 2016

  • doesn't really slow the flow of the drink; but kids like this cup Jul 13, 2015

    • Britt P.
    • United States of America

    Good training cup as you head toward removing lids. Tip- get two and combine the plastic lids in one cup to narrow the holes as needed when first starting out Jan 22, 2015

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