My 3 month old drinks water easily. At the beginning just press the cup slightly towards their upper lips. They will have to bite and drink at the same time. They learn it very easily. So far no leak.👍🏼 I started this as my starter cup.
This cup is very durable. If you drop it, toss it or even throw it it won’t break but it will spill some liquid, like a splash. Otherwise it is completely kid friendly. The handles are perfect for a toddler and the design makes for easy cleaning. Removing silicone part is done by just a simple pull. Colors are beautiful and bright. IMPORTANT NOTE: It is recommended to remove silicone from the plastic part of the lid during cleaning, if not done there is potential of mold growing on the silicon part.
We already love munchkin miracle cups. They're easy to clean, and my son has been using one since he could hold a cup. They're not necessarily leak proof. If you turn it upside down or leave it laying on its side, it won't leak. BUT if your little one likes to bang it on things or lift the the flap on the lid it'll be a mess for sure.
One thing that sets this apart from most sippy cups is that there's no straw or complicated valve that can be hard to clean and eventually grow mold. We only use water in *those* cups. We can put milk or juice in the munchkin cup without worrying because they're so easy to clean. The soft top of the lid pops right off. I will note that if you need a thicker, insulated cup, that's the first model munchkin 360 (the solid colors.) These have thinner sides.
Lastly, how cute are these new animal designs?! They even come with recycled packaging that tells about the animal and encourages you to recycle the cup when you're finished with it. Great cup!
An easy-to-clean sippy cup? Heck, yeah, send me one! The Miracle 360 features “the drink from anywhere around the edge” and has no extra spouts, valves or pieces, so easy to clean! the Miracle 360˚ Cup is easy to use and even easier to clean, and it’s dishwasher safe!
Our little girl, age 16 months, LOVES it! Not only is she drinking from the cup like a pro, but she’s learning about Orca’s. She loves the side handles, makes it very easy to transition from her toddler cups to the 360. But, her favorite part is the picture of the Orca on the front, she LOVES it!
It’s awesome that the company Munchkin is supporting the Whale Sanctuary with each purchase of their wildlife cups. The company also uses recycled materials for their packaging.
Summary: (1) The Miracle 360° WildLove Cup features critically important and well-loved species on our #1 selling toddler cup (2) 100% recycled and recyclable packaging (3) 360° edge allows drinking from any side of the cup (4) simply tilt the cup and suck the valve's edge (5) Cup automatically seals when child stops drinking (6) Easy to clean with no extra valves or parts (7) 6+ months (8) 6 oz. capacity (9) BPA-free (10) top-rack dishwasher safe
Note: Munchkin has partnered with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and Whale Sanctuary Project to highlight important species and help protect them for future generations. On Behalf of you and your little ones, Munchkin has a made a donation to these donations to support animals in need.
Watch my video of the packaging. These are so much more beautiful in person, don’t leak, easy to clean and the lids do fits on the taller cups too (meaning you can use any of the lids on these style of cups). I tried on both smaller size with handle to the taller ones without the handle (see my photo for pictures of the two sizes I tried).
The packaging it creative and sucks you right in. I love that my purchase supports a good cause too they donate to a sanctuary based on which cup you buy (they have several version of this cup out).
Most of all these cups are adorable, so colorful and just makes you want to drink out of them. Weird, right? My 7 yr old daughter wanted it. Haha I said it’s for your little sister but since I also got the bigger one she’s uses it too now which is encouraging my 8 month old to use the cup too!
I can honestly say these are easy to suck on and get water out. I’ve literally tried to get them to leak and they do not if tilted upside down and shaking either. If you push down on the inside of lid and shake it you can get some water out but that’s the point to get water out when drinking.