“ Brand: Boots / Type: Training Cups „
Quite a nice little beaker with a soft spout and neat holes that do not choke the child with huge flows of liquid. Easy for them to hold, but no handles for the beginner. The lid is a click on variety, which whilst child proof, it is also adult proof. The lid for this beaker is extremely difficult to remove and the best way I have found so far is to hold the spout in my teeth. This can unfortunately lead to holes in it which is not exactly helpful. Nor is it spill-proof. Would be a good buy if you could get the lid off.
I do not know if anyone esle has tried to use one of these. It looked great in theory - a nice sixed plastic cup with no handles, a really soft spouted top for drinkingf and a lid to protect the spout. Luke has absolutley no trouble drinking out of this cup - he took to it straight away. The big problem I have come across is that I cannot get the lid off the cup to either fill it or clean it. I have tried everything, and usually either end up with broken nails or cuts where the knife I used to try and wdge it off slipped ! The only way I have come across to successfully remove the lid is to grip the spout between my teeth and pull ! Not very hygenic I think you will agree. I think I am just going to have to try another sort of cup.