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I absolutely would. In fact, I gave this "cup" to my son directly after a bottle...I thought it would be easier to transition to a cup more quickly and skip the sippy cup all together. Either way you go, it's going to take a bit of patience and your child honestly just "figuring" it out. If you aren't comfortable jump… see more I absolutely would. In fact, I gave this "cup" to my son directly after a bottle...I thought it would be easier to transition to a cup more quickly and skip the sippy cup all together. Either way you go, it's going to take a bit of patience and your child honestly just "figuring" it out. If you aren't comfortable jumping right to this, try the cups with the rubbery straw in the screw on leakless lid. (I think ours are by Nubi) It's closer to the mouth shape they make when drinking a bottle, and chances are, they can already suck from a straw and you just don't know it. :) see less I absolutely would. In fact, I gave this "cup" to my son directly after a bottle...I thought it would be easier to transition to a cup more quickly and skip the sippy cup all together. Either way you go, it's going to take a bit of patience and your child honestly just "figuring" it out. If you aren't comfortable jumping right to this, try the cups with the rubbery straw in the screw on leakless lid. (I think ours are by Nubi) It's closer to the mouth shape they make when drinking a bottle, and chances are, they can already suck from a straw and you just don't know it. :)
Long Haired Warrior
· February 9, 2015
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Good Afternoon Radhita, the Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cups are top rack dishwasher safe, but for a deeper cleaning we recommend periodically allowing the disassembled components of the cup to soak in warm soapy water with white vinegar. If you need further assistance please contact our Customer Satisfaction team at… see more Good Afternoon Radhita, the Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cups are top rack dishwasher safe, but for a deeper cleaning we recommend periodically allowing the disassembled components of the cup to soak in warm soapy water with white vinegar. If you need further assistance please contact our Customer Satisfaction team at 800.344.2229 (BABY) or text us at 805.344.2229 see less Good Afternoon Radhita, the Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cups are top rack dishwasher safe, but for a deeper cleaning we recommend periodically allowing the disassembled components of the cup to soak in warm soapy water with white vinegar. If you need further assistance please contact our Customer Satisfaction team at 800.344.2229 (BABY) or text us at 805.344.2229
Munchkin Customer Satisfaction
Manufacturer · July 25, 2017
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Yes. They are interchangeable.
Jess
· January 28, 2016
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Good question! I threw out the packaging already but the bottom of the cup is imprinted with the word China.
Lisa S
· July 25, 2016
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Good afternoon. Thank you for contacting us, we recognize that customers like you have made Munchkin the company it is today, and we truly appreciate hearing from you.
Many of our products, including all of our cups, are manufactured in China. Regardless of where our products are manufactured, we are vigilant about m… see more
Good afternoon. Thank you for contacting us, we recognize that customers like you have made Munchkin the company it is today, and we truly appreciate hearing from you.
Many of our products, including all of our cups, are manufactured in China. Regardless of where our products are manufactured, we are vigilant about maintaining the safety and quality of products. All of our products are independently tested and meet or exceed the safety standards for our industry as established by both the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) International. We are constantly in touch with these national safety organizations to ensure we are up-to-date with clear scientific findings and any changes in regulations. In addition, follow-up tests are conducted on all of our products at periodic intervals after they launch to ensure each product's safety. see less
Good afternoon. Thank you for contacting us, we recognize that customers like you have made Munchkin the company it is today, and we truly appreciate hearing from you.
Many of our products, including all of our cups, are manufactured in China. Regardless of where our products are manufactured, we are vigilant about maintaining the safety and quality of products. All of our products are independently tested and meet or exceed the safety standards for our industry as established by both the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) International. We are constantly in touch with these national safety organizations to ensure we are up-to-date with clear scientific findings and any changes in regulations. In addition, follow-up tests are conducted on all of our products at periodic intervals after they launch to ensure each product's safety.

Munchkin Customer Satisfaction
Manufacturer · December 5, 2016
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The trainer cup has handles to hold on to, and I believe it is a little bit smaller too. The sippy cup doesn't have any handles so a kid has to be able to get a good grip on the cup itself.
Katie Mahaney
· May 4, 2017
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China
tina hadley
· March 25, 2016
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The cup says made in China
elenei
· February 9, 2017
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You need to suck on the rim. I can’t imagine a fault that would prevent water from coming out—the whole middle portion would have to be solid.
Nickola Johnson
· October 5, 2018
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Different stores are possibly pulling up. Amazon is like a hub for a million stores. It is likely the cheaper stores sold out. You can try pulling up the item and looking for a cheaper option
Cristina
· March 16, 2019