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BÖRJA Training cup

Price $ 3.99

How to get it

Learning to drink beverages can be a challenge. This beaker's two large grip-friendly handles and practical spout make it a little easier – and mean less spills.

Article Number202.138.83

Product details

This cup makes it easier for your baby to hold and drink by themselves since it has a spout and two large handles.

You can see how much is left in the cup through the transparent plastic.

You avoid spills and messes since the lid is tight-fitting, but if your baby turns the cup upside down, liquid can still run out through the spout.

Designer

Wiebke Braasch

Measurements

Volume: 7 oz

Reviews

GoodVeronicaI bought it for my granddaughter and it is very practical for her, I like it5
Good but pricy ShriGood product but pricy 5
Easy for babys to grabMariaEasy for babys to grab on and train.5
Drinking cupAngelaI bought two drinking cups So light, plus a good size for small children to hold5
Good productVeeranjaneyuluGood product5
My baby loved, easy toAngelicaMy baby loved, easy to clean, very practical5
Sipper cupShiyamaWill be using this products soon. Love the color .5
For grandchildren--water onlyKayleneGreat for little ones to hold onto and drink from. I only put water in them because they drip if dropped or turned on their side. Like the side window to monitor amount consumed. Bought a second one.5
LeaksMariaLeaks3
useful ProductJeyanthiUseful.4
It is not leak proof.KathyIt is not leak proof. I didn't think it was.2
Great but it’s gotten soShaGreat but it’s gotten so pricey since we last bought one years ago!!4
Not very secureAuroraPrice and for emergency it's ok cup. Not very secure1
It's okFiruzaIt's ok3
ConvenienceSophieWorks well for babies but the price went up too high.4
My one years old daughterNicoleMy one years old daughter she using still easy gets spering water4
Sippy cupDeniseGrandchildren love the two handles, easy to clean and refill.4
Nifty sippyAlGood design, good Price4
NiceJudithNice5
Not badAymanNot bad4
BÖRJA Training cup

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Material

Good for a lot, but not for everything

Heating food in a microwave oven is an easy way to satisfy a hungry mouth. It’s best to use a bowl or plate made of glass or porcelain. Despite the fact that you can heat food in our plastic products, it’s not recommended. Certain foods quickly reach temperatures over 212°F (100°C), which can destroy bowls and plates.

Function solution

Time to start eating on their own? We have the training tools.

Children need training when learning to eat on their own – with you. We have the tools you need to succeed. Grip-friendly baby spoons and baby mugs with spouts and 2 large handles for your child, as well as feeding spoons with long handles for you. If you want to avoid messy spills, complete with bowls and plates. They have high sides that keep most of the food on the plate. And everything is made of harmless plastic that withstands sharp teeth. Good luck – and don’t forget a bib!