Hello, my name is Laura and welcome to my Haberman 360 Anywayup Cup review.
Hello, my name is Laura and my Baby is a thrower. Of everything. And anything. It doesn’t matter what it is, he likes to throw it.
Hello, my name is Laura and my Baby wants to be just like me. Or his big brother. Or his Daddy. Or anyone that is in fact older than the mere 14 months that he is.
Hello, my name is Laura and my eldest wants everything the baby has. And vice versa.
Hello, my name is Laura and I am a mother of two….
The Haberman 360 Anywayup Cup Review
The above are not sentences I would originally associate with a toddler cup review, but sentences which are important nonetheless for the following reasons.
- My Baby wants to be just like everyone else he sees around him, including the way he drinks. He believes he is as big as everyone else. The amount of times I’ve mopped up water would suggest otherwise.
- The Baby is a thrower mainly of water bottles. They need to be sturdy otherwise once again I am the mopper of the water.
- Anything the Baby has the Big One wants. Or vice versa.
So when I was asked to review the Haberman cups I had to make sure that I had one for each child, ignoring the fact that the big one can indeed drink from a so-called grown up cup already.
Two happy boys, two new water bottles.
Bright, vibrant waters bottles that, with removable handles if the Big One feels like being grown up (he doesn’t). The 360 cups feature an innovative circular valve system which allows your Baby to drink from anywhere around the edge of the cup, just like Mummy and Daddy, whilst still being spill proof.
You can hold the cup upside down and shake with no spill, it can be dropped on the floor with no spill, it cannot be repeatedly hammered against a table but that’s in part to save me a headache…. I digress, it really does live up to the no-spill claim whilst still being easy for the Baby to drink from at 14 months old.
Said to be suited from 18 months plus, my 14 month old has no problem with drinking from this, nor does the 3 year old (but then that is to be expected seeing as he CAN DRINK FROM A BIG CUP, still he’s happy that they match.) holding up to 250ml of water at a time, which I feel is a reasonable amount for a drink for little ones. An easy to screw on and off top means that I can refill if they are feeling especially thirsty anyway!
Dishwasher and microwave friendly, as long as you leave the lid off in both cases, besides who needs a dishwasher as the lid and valve is easy to clean with warm soapy water.
The Haberman Anywayup Cow Cup
As well as the Haberman 360 Anywayup Cup to review, we also received a cow cup beaker, perfect for bedtime milk and it was about time we replaced the old one!
Fun, funky and with a 250ml capacity it has everything my Big One needs to get the milk he still adores into him at night without spilling into the bed. To begin with we had a few tears of frustration as a new, definitely non-spill, cup had a stronger suction valve than his dodgy old valve falling off beaker. It’s been a bit of a learning curve for him, but I’m glad that he no longer ends up with milk all over his bed that ends up stinking and my washing machine going like the clappers.
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We were sent the Haberman 360 Anywayup Cups for the purpose of this review, all opinions are my own.Facebook, see you there!