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Canpol babies 360 Cup 270ml JUNGLE turquoise

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The 360° cup is designed for children starting to learn to drink independently without spilling. The mouthpiece allows drinking from anywhere around the edge of the cup. Comfortable handles make it easy to grip and independently hold the cup in tiny hands. It is designed for children ages 6m +. Capacity 270ml.

  • BPA free BPA free
  • Suggested age 6m+ Suggested age 6m+
  • Dishwasher safe Dishwasher safe
  • Microwave safe Microwave safe

Cap allows drinking from anywhere around the edge of the cup.

The lid helps to keep clean as well as prevents uncontrolled spillage of the drink.

Comfortable handles make it easy for your child to hold the cup in its tiny hands.

Transparent, it allows you to control the amount of liquid in the cup.

Additional info

The cup is designed for children ages 6m +. Capacity 270ml.
Available in several colors.
Cup can be washed in a dishwasher (max. 60 ° C) and heated in a microwave oven (without mouthpiece and the cap). It should not be disinfected or scalded. You can pour boiling water.

How to use

Before the first and each subsequent use, wash the cup in warm water with a mild cleaning agent, rinse thoroughly. Pour boiling water. Do not boil. Do not sterilize. Avoid rough, abrasive surface tools. Do not use antibacterial agents for cleaning. The cup can be washed in a dishwasher. Can be used in the microwave. Take special care when heating in the microwave. Always stir heated food to distribute the temperature evenly and check the temperature before serving. If you heat food in the microwave, remember that the cup must be open. Do not fill the cup with hot or carbonated drinks.The pressure that arises that may cause fluid spillage. Thick liquids, e.g. fruit slurries, can clog the valve. Juices, teas and colored drinks can cause discoloration of the seal. Do not stretch the gasket, because it can be unsealed. Do not leave the cup in a sunny place or near heat sources. Check the product before each use. Throw away at the first sign of damage or weakness. Folding the cup. Put the gasket on the nut. Press the bottom edge of the gasket evenly around the opening until you feel a "click" under your fingers. Turn the cap and seal upside down. A correctly sealed gasket will not fall out. Put on the clamping plug and tighten until it stops. Screw such complex elements onto a cup. Warning! Always use the product under adult supervision. Continuous and prolonged suction of fluids can cause tooth decay. Always check the food temperature before feeding. Warning! The product is not a toy. Keep all parts out of reach of the child.

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