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Canpol babies Cup with Silicone Flip-top Straw 210ml MATTE PASTELS

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Modern and practical cup for independent drinking designed for toddlers over 9 months old. Useful at home, on a journey or on a walk. Movable parts of the cap allows for an easy and convenient hiding of the straw, preventing uncontrolled spillage. Comfortable handles make it easy for the toddler to hold the cup and learn to be independent. The cup is semi-transparent and therefore its easy to control its content. Capacity 210ml.

  • BPA free BPA free
  • Dishwasher safe Dishwasher safe
  • Suggested age 9m+ Suggested age 9m+
  • Microwave safe Microwave safe

Flip-top silicone straw prevents uncontrolled spillage.

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

Semi-transparent - allows you to control the amount of liquid in the cup.

Replaceable 56/106 straws available.

Additional info

Hard water, juices or teas may leave sediment or discoloration on the mouthpiece and the tube, which does not change its properties. Dense liquids (e.g. with fruit pulp) can clog up the mouthpiece. The cup is not designed to serve hot or carbonated liquids in it. It can be used in the microwave and washed in the dishwasher. It is not suitable for disinfection and scalding.
Capacity 210ml.
Package 1 piece.
Available in several colour variants.
Cup for children over 9 months of age. Mouthpiece with a tube is not suitable for children under 6 months of age.

How to use

Keep the product clean. Before the first and each subsequent use, wash the cup and its components in warm water with a mild detergent, rinse thoroughly with warm water. Pour with boiling water. Do not boil. Avoid rough, scratchy tools. After use, clean the mug, tube and cap from the rest of the drink, rinse and wash thoroughly. The mug can be washed in the dishwasher. We do not recommend washing the tube in a dishwasher, as detergents/cleaners can damage the product. The product can be used in microwave ovens. If you heat a drink in a microwave oven, remember that the mug must be open. Be particularly careful when heating in a microwave oven. Always stir the heated beverage to distribute the temperature evenly and check the temperature before serving. Hard water, fruit juices or teas may leave deposits or discolourations on the tube, which does not change its properties. Dense liquids (e.g. with fruit pulp) may clog the tube. The product is not intended to be used for hot or aerated liquids. The product should not be sterilised in steam sterilisers. Check the product before each use. If there are first signs of damage or wear - discard. Do not place the product in a preheated oven or heat it on a gas or electric oven. For the safety and health of your child. Warning! Always use the product under adult supervision. Continuous and prolonged sucking of liquids may cause decay. Always check the temperature of the food before feeding. Heating in a microwave oven can cause localised high temperatures. The straw is not suitable for children under 6 months of age. Attention! The product is not a toy. Keep all parts of the product out of reach of children. 


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