Designed for use from 4 months, this small sippee cup with a 150ml capacity, is the perfect choice for your baby’s first sips.
Up until this point they’ve been used to breast or bottle, so introducing a cup is an important step in their weaning journey. To help the transition go smoothly, this cup features a super soft spout that is gentle on gums, and large handles that are easy to grip. And because life with a baby is messy enough, a non-spill valve keeps mess to a minimum! We have replaced the one-piece valve with the original 2-piece valve, which can be taken apart and cleaned easily. As your baby’s drinking skills improve you can remove the handles so they can hold the cup directly, and the non-spill valve can be easily removed to enable free flow drinking, which can help their oral development.
- Specially designed for baby’s firsts sips providing a smooth transition from breast or bottle to cup drinking
- Removable, 2-piece non-spill valve keeps mess to a minimum
- Super soft spout is gentle on your baby’s sensitive gums
- Removable, easy-grip handles designed for tiny hands
- All tommee tippee cups are BPA free
- Capacity: 150ml
- Compatibility: Compatible with all new tommee tippee cups
- Colours: Available in green, pink & orange
For thrills not spills
Learning to drink should be fun but it doesn’t have to be messy, thanks to our clever non-¬spill valve. The clever two-piece valve allows liquid to flow easily through the spout when your baby wants to drink, but keeps the cup fully leak-proof between sips.
Gentle and safe
Your baby’s gums can be very sensitive, especially when teething. Our super soft spout is gentle on gums, making sure their first sips go smoothly. And of course all of our cups are BPA free and suitable for steam sterilising.
Designed for tiny hands
Little and lightweight with easy-grip handles, this is the perfect cup for beginners. As drinking skills develop, simply remove the handles and you’re halfway to a grown-up cup!
Built for busy families
We know life with a baby is busy, so our new cups are easy to assemble, simple to clean, either in hot soapy water or on the top shelf of the dishwasher and are suitable for sterilisation.
Blue, pink or orange you can choose from a range of colours and designs to find the perfect cup from you and your little one!
All the tommee tippee cups are BPA free providing you with the ultimate reassurance.
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Are the cups and beakers dishwasher safe?
We're pleased to advise that every cup in our new range is dishwasher safe. The only factor to take into consideration is that they should only be placed on the top shelf.
Can hot and carbonated drinks be used in the cups?
The valves in our Explora spout cups as well as our new range of cups do accommodate fizzy (carbonated) drinks, with the Explora range also being able to accommodate hot drinks. We however recommend giving your child milk or water at these age stages.
Can my cup be sterilised?
Of course! Our cups are suitable for sterilisation by steam (electric and microwave), boiling (5 minutes) or cold water tablet / liquid solution. The exceptions to this are our insulated active sippee and active straw cups which are only suitable for cold water sterilisation.
Can I heat liquid in the cups?
Ideally, we would recommend that the liquid is warmed out of the cup and then transferred to the cup when ready for your little one to drink. We do not recommend heating liquids in the microwave as heat pockets can be created. However, in general, most of our cups can be used to heat liquid as long as the lid is not on. Our insulated cups including the active straw cup, active sippee cup and kids on the go big chill cup are those which cannot.
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