I love the cups. So much that we ordered a second set. If you have a little one that likes to chew on cups, these are perfect, because you can replace just the soft piece, instead of needing to buy a whole new cup. They fit a perfect amount of liquid, and my son loves the colors and shape.
It depends on your toddler but ours had no problem laying back with the cup. The liquid won't come out unless they suck on it which is similar to a nipple on a bottle. The liquid will flow out if they chew on the spout and break the valve that controls the flow. That's why it's important to not let them chew on the spouts and why Nuby says that children should be supervised when using a sippy cup. Hope that helps.
Yes, they need to bite down on this or push down on it. As our toddler got older he was able to push the whole spout in and spill the drink.
… My toddler and I love these sippy cups. They don't spill when assembled correctly, the lid is very easy to screw on and clicks, they're easy to drink out of, they're easy for my toddler to hold, and the spout doesn't cave in, ever!... It's easier to pull the spout through, but it collapses to the point my toddler can't drink from it.…
Yes, It is very easy to clean. My toddler loves these cups. They are the only ones I could get him to transition to from his bottle.
Hi!, They not recommend microwave because the child can be burned with the hot fluid and the nipples can be deformed, but I heat milk in another container and then move to Nuk cup. My toddler baby girl love it and the nipple is very soft.
Yes. It's easy for toddlers to drink from.
Hello, and thank you for your question. The straw fits snugly within the lid, but yes, it is possible for a toddler to remove the straw.
My daughter is 16 months and she absolutely loves these cups! As soon as they were out of the packaging and washed, she wouldn't let the cups out of her sight. AND the cups are actually spill proof and not difficult to drink from (I've tried them myself). We've only had them for a few days but they seem durable. Overall, great product at an ever greater price!
Yes a toddler can definitely pull it out as my 9 month old grandson made short work of it. We like them for going out and if you lose them who cares.
Yes, I give my son warm milk in it all the time !
…If your little one won’t “play” with the nipple, it’ll be just fine, but for curious or rough toddlers, you may want a hard top sippy cup. These ARE easy to clean though, so if you aren’t too concerned with small leaks (if your kid plays with the nipple), then these are good, and they are very easy for a toddler to hold.