Introducing Tommee Tippee’s New Non-Spill Cups + Giveaway
A few weeks ago, I met up with Tommee Tippee at The Baby Show NEC to hear all about their new best ever cups range that is designed to keep babies and children happy and hydrated. Plus they are all spill-free! Non-spill drinking vessels are a must for me when we are on the go or just anywhere else but the kitchen table. Less mess makes me a happy mum!
The new range consists of seven new cups for three different stages: Weaning, Training and Active.
Weaning: There are two cups in the Weaning stage — the Sippee cup and the Straw cup. The Sippee cup is recommended from 4 months+ and is the perfect starter cup with a super soft spout that is gentle on your baby’s sensitive gums and with easy-grip handles ideal for small hands. The Straw cup is recommended from 6 months+ and is great for babies that prefer straws, like some do since they don’t need to tip the cup as much to get their drink. The straw in this cup is a soft silicone one that is really easy to drink from. The straw flips down after use and this keep it clean and dry. This cup has the same easy-grip handles as the Sippee cup.
Training: Just like the Weaning stage, the Training one has two types of cups — a Sippee spout one and a Straw one. The difference is that the cups are bigger to accommodate older babies’ needs for more liquid. The Sippee cup has the easy-grip handles and a soft spout and the Straw cup has the soft silicone straw but no handles. The cups are curved in a way that make them easy to hold without the handles too. These are both recommended from 7 months+.
Active: There are three cups for the Active stage — the Sippee cup, the Straw cup and the Sports Bottle. These are all larger than the cups in the Weaning and Training stages. The Sippee cup and the Straw cup are insulated to keep drinks cool so they are perfect for days out. Just like the previous stages, the Sippee cup has a soft spout and the Straw cup a soft silicone straw. The spout for this stage is a slightly different design to fit older babies/toddlers. These two insulated cups have a 260ml capacity and they have easy-grip sides that are comfortable to hold.
The third cup in the Active stage is the Sports Bottle. This is the one we’ve been trying. (Review here.) The Sports Bottle is a lightweight bottle with a 300ml capacity and a hard straw-like spout. It’s got curved sides that ensures a steady grip.
What’s so great about this range — other than that they are all adorable and completely non-spill — is that the parts are interchangable. You can use whichever top you want to go on the base of your choice and add or remove handles if you wish. This is great because it gives you flexibility to choose the combination that suits your child the best.
I also love that the straws fold into the lid and that all spout cups but the two in the Active stage come with a lid — this is very hygienic and a must for me if we are out and about and I need to put the cup in my bag or in the pram. They are all BPA-free, of course, and all parts can be washed in the dishwasher. You can buy the cups from all good shops that sell baby weaning equipment, for example Amazon.co.uk.
Check out this introduction video from Tommee Tippee to see more about the cups in this new range:
Win three of these cups! I have the three cups in the first picture to give away to one lucky winner. Simply enter via the Rafflecopter below for a chance to win these: 1 x Active Sports Bottle and 2 x Weaning Straw Cups. Terms & Conditions apply. Competition ends on the 5th of July 2015.
This blog is edited by a mid-30s mum with over 15 years of professional childcare experience. Now 9 years into motherhood and enthusiastic about finding great products and helpful solutions for busy families to make life more fun and easier too.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
Strictly Necessary Cookie should be enabled at all times so that we can save your preferences for cookie settings.
If you disable this cookie, we will not be able to save your preferences. This means that every time you visit this website you will need to enable or disable cookies again.