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Nuby Grip 'n' Sip Cup

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  • 4.50/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to use

    • Weaknesses:

      Little bit big

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    I love the sippy cup, my youngest daughter has no problems with it except she finds it quite hard to hold. It doesn’t leak for us and it’s really convenient.
  • 3.50/5
    • Strengths:

      Pretty to look at

    • Weaknesses:

      Leaked.a lot!

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    We bought this product at the airport from boots on our way on holiday as id forgotten to put a bottle in for water as baby is breastfed(was solely breast fed at time) i found this very pretty to look at.( we had the grey raindrop one) was fairly priced for an airport aswell.once filled with water i found it really hard to get the lid on properly.it was very fiddely and wouldnt catch the grip at all.it leaked a lot! Had to keep trying as we were on a 9 hour flight and baby needed a drink with the rising heat.i was hoping to keep this for when he was older but out of fustration i threw it as soon as we got off the plane.
  • 4.63/5
    • Strengths:

      No spill design

    • Weaknesses:

      Quite big for little babies

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    I used this for my daughters first cup for her to have water throughout the day, I really like the no spill design it saves a lot of mess (and change of outfits), the cup is to heavy for my daughter to lift by herself so I have to help her out, I think they should offer a smaller sized cup also, the handles are great for her to grip but the weight just stops her from doing it herself, the bottle is easy to clean and a great first weaning cup.
  • 4.25/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to hold

    • Weaknesses:

      Heavy and damaged easily

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    This is a good product that I would recommend. The product is easy to hold although heavy for some.

    My daughter never massively took to it as she was only breastfeed and didn’t like holding the bottle up to drink.
    She also has many little teeth and chewed this a lot causing damage to ease her teething pain.
  • 4.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Light, easy to clean, all components come apart

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    This cup is perfect for weaning and first cups. My son took to it straight away. The flow isn’t too strong so he doesn’t end up spilling it everywhere and it relies on him sucking it to initatiate the flow.
    The teat just pulls out from the inside of the lid so it’s extremley easy to keep clean.
  • 4.25/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to clean.

    • Weaknesses:

      No variety in sizes

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    Lovely beaker. I use for water and I use for my little to have milk before bed, a great beaker to transition from bottle to beaker.
  • 3.88/5
    • Strengths:

      No leaks

    • Weaknesses:

      Heavy

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    We were selected to review this product and were excited to do so as I had been scouring the internet to find the best cup that would suit my 7 month old daughter.
    My first impressions were it felt very good quality and less flimsy like some of the others aimed at the same market. Unlike others it doesn’t leak, but quality and leaks aside these are the only two positives I can find about this product.
    The negatives are:
    1. There are no measurement markings on the outside of the cup so it’s impossible to measure how much water is being consumed.
    2. Cleaning the plastic suction part is a challenge. The nozzle part is the not the easiest to clean and I don’t feel is the most hygeinic.
    3. For a cup that is supposed to promote motor skills and enable baby to drink themselves, I would suggest the manufacturers review the age group. For a 7 month old baby the cup is too heavy for them to lift themselves.
    Unfortunately we have given up on this cup for the time being but will use it again when my daughter is older and able to lift and use it properly.
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Holds alot

    • Weaknesses:

      none

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    Great transitioning cup my baby loves it and it holds a lot of liquid I was really surprised great product would really recommend
  • 4.88/5
    • Strengths:

      Does not leak

    • Weaknesses:

      None

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    I found this to be a good cup whereby the teat is quite firm and my nearly 7 month old doesn't have a problem drinking from it though he struggled at first. It is made to a high quality and I find the design sturdy and colourful. My main concern when buying any cup is its structure and I can happily state that this cup didn't leak at all which is great as my son sometimes throws his cup about! It is small and does not take up much space so ideal to take out with us too. Lastly it is very easy to clean so happy mummy!
  • 3.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Nice grip handles, no spill

    • Weaknesses:

      Too hard to suck

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    We’ve been using this with our 6 month baby as part of a product test. The overall design of the bottle is good. The pattern is simple but effective, you’re able to see how much water has been drunk easily and the handles are easily gripped.

    The cup has survived many falls and throws. It hasn’t leaked once. It’s easy to take apart to clean, and put back together. And unlike other cups the handles spin with the teat so you don’t have to spend time trying to line things up.

    However we’ve found that instead of drinking from the cup my daughter has just used the teat as a teether. Also because of the leak seal she’s found it too hard to actually suck any water out, she’s only managed to get water when she’s chewed down on the teat.

    For that reason we’ve stopped using the cup and bought a different one. We may go back to this cup at a later stage but currently I wouldn’t recommend to a baby who is just starting out with cups.
  • 4.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to use, doesn’t leak, good size

    • Weaknesses:

      Handles

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    My baby was six months when we started to use this, we had been using the 360 too.

    As soon as I gave her this she got the hang of it and drinks water from it. Unlike the 360 it doesn’t let too much water out at once.

    The handles could possibly be lower down more in the middle to help baby grip but this doesn’t put me off.

    Easy to clean and silicone bit comes out for a full clean. Even comes with a lid. I’ve not noticed any leaks and it has been chucked about abit.
  • 4.25/5
    • Strengths:

      No spill, nice design, easy for baby to hold

    • Weaknesses:

      Silicone spout means baby uses it as a teether!

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    Been using this cup for several weeks with my weaning 6 month old. He finds it really easy to pick up and grip showing the handles are a nice shape and good design. It's easy to see how much water is left in the cup (which isn't the case with some darker-coloured cups!) It's pretty easy to clean and I particularly like that it has a spout cover (again not the case with all cups!) I think it's a lot more hygienic to have a spout cover when you're putting the cup in the changing bag etc.

    The only slight downside for me is that the silicone spout encourages baby to use it as a teether so I don't think he is always drinking as much as I think he is. But at least it is nice and soft on sore gums! Overall I would recommend.
  • 4.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to put together and doesn’t leak

    • Weaknesses:

      Has seemed to have lost its seal

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    I’ve struggled to find a cup that my little girl will drink water from, but this has done the trick! It’s easy for her to hold even when full and unlike some brands you don’t spend ages trying to get the teat to match up to the handles.
    I did a 24hour leak test (Filled with water then left upside down for 24 hours) which it passed with flying colours.
    My only issue is that the teat and handles seem to have shifted slightly which means the lid doesn’t sit right, but I’m sure this is more user error (I sterilise everything) then a product issue.
    I will 100% be recommending this cup to anyone who will listen.
  • 4.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to hold, sturdy

    • Weaknesses:

      None

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    This cup is brilliant.. my 6 month old has got on really well using it ! It’s so sturdy and has a great design I love how it’s see through..
    easy for him to hold and easy for him to drink from ..
    It has a lovely soft spout which he also loves biting on as he’s teething !!
    Is doesn’t leak no matter how much he throws it around it doesn’t leak ..
    I definitely recommend and I even brought another as I left mine at home it’s worth it he loves drinking water . It also holds a lot of water
  • 4.63/5
    • Strengths:

      Size, style

    • Weaknesses:

      Teet staining

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    I have both these cups for my 7month old, he struggles with the teet as he has no teeth to bite, and from using the cup you need to bite and sook for the water, also realised the teet stains really easily but can be removed if steeped in Milton fluid then washed sterillised. Good product but my little one not ready for it yet.
  • 4.13/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to hold

    • Weaknesses:

      Blockages.

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    We got selected to try this cup. It was a lovely design and easy for little one to try. He could get water from the cup, but didn’t seem to drink as much as he usually does. The test would get blocked with food, but was okay to use when not eating. It hasn’t leaked once, which is a plus side. We tried little ones milk in this cup too as in middle of transition. He seemed to suck milk but then spit it out, unable to cope with whole process. Again he can cope with other cups. Not a great product for my little one, but every baby is different.
  • 3.25/5
    • Strengths:

      Leak proof

    • Weaknesses:

      Hard to drink from

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    My baby is 5 months and kept crying with the cup. I took it and tried to suck it myself. I realised she has not figured out how to pinch the teat in order to release the liquid. I will try again in a few weeks to see if she will manage better. Maybe best for 6months+
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to hold

    • Weaknesses:

      Likes to bite down on it and use it as a teether

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    We got sent this cup to product review and were really surprised how quick my son took to it !! First attempt he was able to hold the cup straight away , it took a few attempts for him to drink from it but now he can do it with ease. Only downside is he likes to bite down on the spout but he is currently teething. Great first cup for weaning off the bottle !
  • 3.75/5
    • Strengths:

      cup feels sturdy, design is beautiful, handles are the perfect size for little hands.

    • Weaknesses:

      teat is tough

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    we got chosen to product test this cup. The quality of the cup is sturdy, design is lovely.
    My little girl is 6 months, id say the cup is suited for a baby a little older as the teat is quite hard to suck, my little girl struggled to get the water out of it, she used it more to bite on, where shes teething she really enjoyed biting it. Not what its designed for i know but kids will be kids.
    It didnt leak at all which is a bonus with babies as if you have a little monkey like mine, she loves throwing stuff on the floor. We are going to keep trying with the cup as id really love her to get used to using it as it really is a lovely cup.
  • 5.00/5
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    This cup has helped make weaning my baby so much easier! He is able to grab the cup and bring it to his mouth with ease with the 2 handles. He is able to drink out if the teat- it took him a while to understand how to make it work. It does what it needs to do and looks good! Also very handy that it comes with a lid so can take it out and about
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      No leaking east to hold and also has a pretty large capacity

    • Weaknesses:

      None

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    Fab cup easy for our baby to drink from no leaks and holds alot of water but not too much so he cant hold it himself! It has a nice design on too over all 10/10
  • 4.50/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to hold

    • Weaknesses:

      Took her a while to realise how to get juice out

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    Nice starter cups for baby, very easy to hold., the teat is quite firm but my nearly 7 month old doesn't have a problem drinking from it. Nice design and not to bad a price. Easy to clean.
  • 4.13/5
    • Strengths:

      Chosice of sterilisation, robust, nice design

    • Weaknesses:

      Heavy to hold when full, hard to suck

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    Hi, I recieved this product to test. It has easy to open packaging, is BPA free and has a robust design that I belive would stand up to some serious child use! The raindrop design I had was nice and unisex too so could be a nice presemt if not sure of babies gender. It is suitable for all types of sterilisation, however instruction don't make it clear if spout and valve should be removed for cleaning. I don't think so as seems to be one piece. The cup was bigger than expected so holds a good 7-8 oz feed. The downside of this is that it becomes heavy for little one to lift and hold. One of the things I really liked was that it is true none spill as the babies mouth activated the valve, but this design did make it hard to drink as had to suck quite hard. My little one is six months and the 4-12m range seemed a little optomistic to me as my daughter really struggled. Overall I would not buy this product until my child is older as I have tried other brands i.e tommee tippee which are easier for a younger child.
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Strong build

    • Weaknesses:

      None

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    I must say im impressed- i used to use munchkin cup with my eldest but im definitely switching to this one even for the older ones, my little girl grabbed it and immediately used it as a ‘rattle’ but it resulted in no spill a all!! Not even a drop, then she run off with to the garden and decided that her new cup wants to slide , so it slide off to the pavement and .. no leak or scratches! What else can i say- we love it :)
  • 3.50/5
    • Strengths:

      Soft teet, sturdy

    • Weaknesses:

      Thin hands could her child's mouth, hard to suck the juice out

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    We received this product as a tester to review.
    The design of the product is very well put together and the quality is very good strong quality plastic.
    The handles are easy to use and the teet is very soft for child's mouth.
    My 7month old took to the bottle straight away but he struggled to suck any juice out of the bottle as the teet is quite tough.
    When my son was eating it got more difficult to handle the bottle as the food made it slippery, even though it states a grip and slip.
    I don't think the price matches the performance it gives. I have found cheaper products that are better and have more about it.
    If the item was cheaper then I could see the appeal.
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Description

The Nuby Grip ‘n’ Sip Cup has a no-spill, soft flex silicone spout, for children transitioning from bottle to cup.

The SoftFlex silicone spout makes transitioning from bottle to cup easier. The TouchFlo valve opens with gentle lip pressure and it’s kind to baby’s gums and emerging teeth.

It’s a no-spill, easy grip, dentist-approved solution to make sure the transition doesn’t feel like going to the moon. And made of extra strong Tritan, they’ll survive any adventure or tantrum!

Features:

  • No Spill valve opens when child sips
  • Spout cover included
  • Dentist approved
  • BPA free
  • 8oz/240ml

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