The easy to use Cool Sips spout is perfect for toddlers with newly formed sharp teeth. The Cool Sips is perfect for children on the go! Nûby™ Cool Sips fun designs make cup drinking more fun for your little one.
When we first got the No-Spill Insulated Cool Sipper my almost four year old snatched onto it. He really doesn’t use Sippy cups much except for travel. He loved it and it kept his drink cold while we were out.
Then a week later little H ended up getting this sippy cup at lunch and did really well with it. Since he has two bottom teeth this cup is perfect for him to bite without tearing the spout.
Since little H is in the process of learning to drink from a sippy cups at meal times we have tried a lot of different sippy cups lately.
What has sold me with Nuby over the other soft spout cups is that Nuby does not leak! It is really hard to find a sippy cup that has a soft spout and not leak. Of course the hard plastic ones are easier to find that won’t leak since they come with stoppers.
Here are my final thoughts. If you are looking for a soft spout sippy cup that won’t leak of tear when baby/toddler bites it then I highly recommend this cup. I love the designs and that there is a place to write your child’s name for nursery/preschool.
The insulated part came in handy the other day when we were at a theme park. The drink was still cold after several hours out. Also this Sippy cup is very easy to clean. There are only three parts, the lid, the soft spout, and cup. I have washed it by hand and the dishwasher. Both ways have worked.
I would give the Nuby No-Spill Insulated Cool Sipper five stars! I have nothing bad to say about this Sippy cup. You can purchase your own No-Spill Insulated Cool Sipper in stores or online at Buy Baby Direct.
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