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  • 4.25/5
    • Strengths:

      Can switch from free flow to valve flow which is really helpful.

    • Weaknesses:

      At the more expensive end if not on offer

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    We found this a great cup for our son, you can have it as free flow when they 1st start using cups. Or you can remove the spout and put a bottle teat in. Then once they get the hang of it you add in the stopper and it makes it valve flow so it doesn't leak every where. It comes with a mam dummy which is great for us as we use them. Might be a waste for other people who don't use them. Obviously when in free flow mode if its left on its side (as babies love to do) it will drip out. The handles are easy for small hands to hold.
  • 3.38/5
    • Strengths:

      Security was ok

    • Weaknesses:

      Cup Lid is in 2 parts, major inconvenience

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    The fact the lid contained 2 parts and then the valve as well, was a bit of an inconvenience. Also the cup leaks without the valve with the cap on top, which isn’t what you want in a cup.
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy handles for little hands

    • Weaknesses:

      Can be abit heavy if full

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    My son is now 7 months old and we gave him this at about 5 months. He was instantly able to hold the handles and did his best to get it to his mouth but he wasn’t getting much out of it. Then I realised I could swap the top for one of the bottle teats instead so I did that until he became more accustomed to lifting the cup. Now he’s got the proper top back on and has learnt how to get water out.

    Pros
    *Cute designs
    *Each handles for baby to hold
    *Fits MAM bottle tops
    *Doesn’t leak even when he’s got it upside down and smashing it on the table!
    * easy to clean

    Cons
    * can be too heavy for little one if filled to its maximum amount
  • 4.38/5
    • Strengths:

      Really easy for baby to use

    • Weaknesses:

      None

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    Lovely little starter cup. My baby took to it straight away from solely breastfeeding and could hold it and drink independently from first use at 4 months old. No spills, handy cap to cover the teat and not too heavy. Also the teats and handles interchange for use on the larger cups which is a great idea.
  • 4.25/5
    • Strengths:

      The design. Measuring limits, and good grip

    • Weaknesses:

      Should come with a better lid

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    I love mam products. They are so much better than other brands. This was my daughters first juice cup and she loved it. The grip on it was brilliant for a baby so young
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Description

MAM Starter Cups make learning to drink easy and fun because they are suited to babies' different developmental stages.

Babies learn the transition from breast or bottle to cup. MAM designers, with the help developmental specialists, have created this range to help babies transition from the bottle and learn to drink from a cup on their own. The MAM Starter Cup is especially small and light so suited to younger children.

Their hands will have an intuitively firm grasp on the specially designed handles. The extra soft spout is spill-free and fits perfectly for babies' drinking skills. It allows babies to control the flow rate which will help them gain confidence before moving on to the next step.

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