ThinkBaby BPA Free Trainer Cup Review

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Meet thinkbaby

At thinkbaby, our approach to creating safer products is simple – We are parents and share your concerns. Just like you, we believe that our children deserve the very best and our mission is to deliver products that will exceed the highest expectations. We set the bar high and refuse to compromise our high standards.

thinkbaby is an environmentally conscientious company and we constantly look for ways to increase efficiency and sustainability. Our packaging is made from recycled paper and it is our policy to research the safest, most sustainable materials available and incorporate these where applicable.

Our Experience

As much as I hate to say it, my daughter Emmaleigh is no longer my baby. She has turned one and is reaching new milestones every single week. While she accomplishes many of them on her own, there are a few milestones that she needs a little help with.

Now that she is eating table food, it’s only fitting that she transition from baby feeding bottles to a big girl sippy cup as she makes the move from formula to milk. As most parents know, giving up the bottle can be quite the battle. Since introducing Emma to the thinkbaby Trainer Cup, we’ve actually run into zero problems with the transition.

The silicone spout offers a soft feel that is made from the same material her bottle nipples are. The only difference is the shape. The spout curves and is elongated much like a traditional sippy cup while retaining the soft feel of a bottle nipple. With the large handles it has been very easy for her to hold the cup and drink sitting up as she learns to drink in spurts rather than a long bottle feeding session.

thinkbaby Training Cup Features

  • Free of BPA, Phthalates, PVC, Lead, Nitrosamines, Melamine and biologically toxic chemicals
  • dishwasher safe
  • no spill design
  • easy to grip handles
  • can be used with any size thinkbaby bottles

Room for Improvement

We did find that when inverted, the spout does leak and can cause a bit of a mess. But for us, the leakage doesn’t outweigh the benefit of how easily the spout has made it for our daughter to give up traditional bottles.

Buy It

The ThinkBaby Training Cup conversion kit is available online at ThinkBabyBottles.com for $6.99 and includes 2 spouts with 1 handle.

The product(s) featured in this review were provided free of cost to me by the manufacturer or representing PR agency. Opinions expressed are my own and are NOT influenced by monetary compensation.

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  1. Catherine says:

    Since Sarah just turned 1 I have been wanting to get her off of the bottle. Hopefully this will help a little. She’s not a fan of the other ten sippy cups she has though!

  2. We have these cups, too, and I really like them. I agree that they are perfect for transitioning from a bottle.

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