Sippee Trainer Cups (9months+)

Specially designed for baby’s firsts sips, our first sippee cup encourages a smooth transition from breast or bottle to cup drinking.

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SKU
USDTCCONF020
From: RSP: $14.49

Non-spill

Removable, two-piece, valve prevents spills and keeps mess to a minimum

Easy to clean

2-piece valve is easy to remove and clean, and cups are dishwasher-safe

Soft and gentle

Soft spout is gentle on your baby’s sensitive gums

Removable handles

As their drinking skills improve, remove handles so they can hold the cup directly

Our First Sippee Cups are specially designed for your baby’s first sips. They provide a smooth transition from breastfeeding or bottle feeding to cup drinking, as well as helping to develop tipping and sipping skills.

Move onto a soft spout
The soft spout is perfect for allowing your baby to progress to a new drinking action - from sucking to sipping.

Removable handles
To further support the development of their grown-up drinking skills, our first sippee cup comes with removable, easy-grip handles designed for tiny hands. As your baby’s drinking skills improve, you can remove the handles so they can hold the cup directly.

Non-spill!
Each first sippee cup is designed with a removable, two-piece, easy-clean non-spill valve that keeps mess to a minimum and is easy to clean.

Designed for real life
Cups are dishwasher-safe, if placed on the top shelf, and can be steam sterilized for added peace of mind.

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