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The Miracle 360 Cup
First Impressions: “Uhm, how does he drink out of that?”. I had read so many reviews online, but in the packaging I didn’t understand how this cup worked or pieced together. When I took it out, I was astonished.
What I Liked: CJ got the hang of this cup immediately. All a baby has to do is place his or her lips anywhere along the edge and suck to get liquid. He holds it upside down a lot, but it still works. Most importantly, it doesn’t leak! In a month of use, it’s let out liquid only when CJ is pressing on the top and playing with it. Otherwise, it’s been thrown around in my purse and tossed on the ground without leaking. Yay! It’s also available in a larger size for when CJ gets a bit older!
What I Didn’t Like: I guess the only thing is I wish that, like the weighted cup, he could drink without tipping it. He gets confused on where to drink from since there is no clear sucking point.
Conclusions: This cup is the most innovative baby product I’ve seen. It’s very, very cool. I show it to everyone. I think we’ll definitely be keeping this one around and also purchasing the bigger size.
Final Thoughts: The Miracle 360 Cup wins! No leaks is the best thing I can ask for. Beyond that, the Miracle cup will help CJ learn how to use a real cup.
Keep in mind that these cups are for beginners. Once CJ gets older and used to drinking liquids other than milk, I plan on switching to our old faithful Playtex cups.