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on April 10, 2018
I really wanted this cup to be good. We love using the munchkin 360 and I really wanted it to be similar because the price is so good. I was afraid I'd be disappointed somehow, like the Dr browns sippy cup or even the options bottles, but so far, i really like them.

Some points I really like so far: my 13mo old eats with her hands and refuses to be spoon fed. So, during mealtime, her sippy would get greasy and/or covered with food somehow. What sets these apart from our munchkin 360 cups is the shape of the cup itself. To my delight, it was easier to grip the cup and remove the lid after mealtime because of the cup's shape. It's not completely round, like the munchkin 360 cups, so it doesnt slide in my grip while I try to twist the lid off for cleaning. The baby can also use it with no problems, same as the munchkin cup. It has also passed the throw test, because my toddler loves tossing her sippy. Just a little bit of spill from the impact, but otherwise the cup held together nicely.
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on April 24, 2018
I bought these for my son, who is 11 months old. He got the hang of them pretty quickly. His other cups have handles, but he is able to hold onto these without much of a problem. He seems to be able to drink out of them pretty easily, too. Both of the cups I have do leak a tiny bit - mostly when my son drops them onto the linoleum floor, or when he bangs them against the the tray of his high chair. They'll leak upon impact, but that's usually it. But we've only used these with water so far, so it's not a big deal.
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on June 17, 2018
I bought these cups as an alternative to the munchkin 360 cups. The silicone insert is one solid piece unlike the munchkin cup which has a small hole so it can attach to the lid. I’m very diligent when cleaning my sons cups but I find the little hole in the munchkin cup silicone insert never really dries out well.
This cup is easy to clean and the solid silicone insert cleans easily hand dries completely. Unfortunately my son has to suck very hard to get any liquid out. I tried it myself and there is a significant difference in level of flow and effort required to get any liquid out. My son does not like them for that reason. He’s 23 mon and is at a pint where he can easily drink from cups with a heavy flow. So us this cup did not work but it might be a great option for a little one new to drinking from a cup.
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on April 10, 2018
These work just as well as our Munchkin 360 cups, but I really like that the silicone part in the top is clear, so it's slightly more similar to using an open cup. Cute, easy to clean, toddler likes them. They leak a tiny bit if they're dropped, but so do our Munchkin 360s.
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on July 4, 2018
I love them . My son has weaned himself from bottles . Everyone is praising me . I’m so proud of him . He’s only 10 months and drinking exclusively in cups . By the way I’m in Latin America right now so car seat regulations are different. He’s more than 22 lbs and 30 inches so he cannot fit an infant car seat . Just wanted to point that out .
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on June 13, 2018
I was totally happy to find an alternative to the munchkin cups, especially for the price point. They are very comparable easy to clean, kids love them and the lid is clear so they can see the liquid coming towards them. I will say though, the cups cna be difficult to unscrew and if you leave anything but water in the cup for longer than a couple hours the rubber lid makes it where they can’t suck anything out. So constantly having to clean them.
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on May 18, 2018
I bought these cups for my two year old daughter and so far they have been great! I have similar cups from a couple different brands but feel like these are nicer and easier to clean; the clear piece pops out easily and isn’t difficult to put back in. I like how the cups are somewhat see through so you are able to see how much water is left. I would definitely recommend these cups and I would consider purchasing them again especially when my son gets a little older. 😊
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on July 16, 2018
We've got triplet toddlers and have tried several brands of 360 cups. These are by far the best. My girls like to throw their sippy cups, and every other brand the lid gets jarred & comes off. Dr Brown's lids are internally-threaded, so they don't come off no matter how hard they're thrown. however, fair warning... If your kids throw them, some liquid will seep out between the lid and the rubber gasket/nipple thing, but that's not the cup's fault :)

Also, the gasket comes off to clean more easily than other 360 cups.
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on July 16, 2018
These are cups to help build up mouth muscles for little ones and get away from the nipple type sippy cups. We've been teaching our 3 year old to make sure they stay upright so they won't leak. We've really only had one small leak and obviously, it leaked a lot when it was accidentally knocked on the kitchen floor. Besides that, I like the easy install A LOT and don't have to worry about mold lurking in unseen parts of this cup.
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VINE VOICEon May 1, 2018
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Best 360 cup there is!!!! Does not leak unless baby throws on the floor then it splatters a bit but when it is knocked over and on its side, it does not leak.
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