Anyway-Up Cups Reviews
Product Type: Anyway-Up kids equipment
Description:Brand: Anyway-Up / Nursing Aids: Training Cups / Seals between sips, when your child stops drinking the drink stops flowing. Will not leak when shaken.
Newest Review: ... Anyway Up Cups have a built in valve which has cleverly foiled the attempts of our devilsh child to cause havoc by pouring ... more
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Customer Anyway-Up Cups Reviews (42)
by - written on 04/09/10 (Very useful, 106 readings)
Anyway Up Cups are a clever design for a childs drinking cup that can stop those unwanted leaks and spills that you can get from other lidded drinking cups. We have tried a number of different drinking cups and found the Anyway Up Cups to be useful, although we found the lid awkward on the cup we had. Our findings have been that where as with some other cups our child seemed to be fascinated by tipping the cup upside down and pouring out the contents, with the Anyway Up Cup try as our child might, that wasn't something that they could do. ********************************************************** The Anyway Up Cups have a built in valve which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
These anyway up cups are absolutely fabulous. You wouldn't believe how many cups I've been through before I found these. I tried so many cups before I found these, all of them claimed to be no spill cups but none of them lived up to their claims. These Anyway Up Training Cups do, it doesn't matter what your children do they actually work and don't spill. The only Anyway Up Cup I've ever seen that spilt was my friends little boy and he had literally spent about nine months gnawing at the spout of the cup until he'd finally gnawed through the plastic. I have several of these cups two at home for my toddler, one for overnight in his cot in case he ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/08 (Very useful, 179 readings)
When my eldest child started drinking from a cup I bought loads of different ones to find the ones that she liked and that she would actually drink out of. Unfortunately most of the cups she accepted were free flowing and would leak everywhere. After a few months I was fed up of finding little puddles on the floor that I would slip in or damp patches on the sofa that I would sit in. I had heard of the Anyway-Up cup and decided to give it a try. The Anyway-Up cup that I bought was made of hard pink plastic and had a hard plastic push on lid. The cup had a handle on each side and was quite light and not too big or bulky. The spout is oval shaped and quite ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/01, updated on 23/11/01 (Very useful, 472 readings)
This opinion is sort of in the right place, as it`s about the tesco anyway up cup. This cup comes in two colours, bright green and purple. They are slightly transparent so you can see how much juice is left in it without removing the lid. They also have a colourful picture on the side of either a hippo or an elephant. The lid is bright pink and easily removed and just pushes back on. It is a pretty snug fit but if the cup is thrown very hard by your child it can sometimes come off. Unlike the anyway up cup, which has a special valve which can wear out with time and use, this cup has a small flexible straw inside. The way this works, is by the straw being pushed ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/01, updated on 28/09/01 (Very useful, 687 readings)
What a brilliant idea, a cup for my daughter to drink from which would not leave drink whereever she tips it up. A mother, who was fed up with drink spilt all over the floor, invented these cups within the last decade. I could understand that scenario I have found wet patches on floors around my home. The idea was such a simple one and yet seemed so effective in the spout there is a valve that only lets out the drink when it is sucked on. There are so many positive responses to this invention I couldn't wait to see it at work. I went to a local chemist and for £2.99 I bought an anywayup beaker with easy to hold handles and apparently good for a ... Read the complete review
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