Munchkin Miracle 360 Cups

My personal review of Munchkin’s Miracle 360 Cups.
I wrote this because I highly recommend this product, and although I may get a commission from your clicks, I wrote this review out of my own intent to help others find good products. 

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You’ve probably seen these quite a bit because they’re very popular. If you haven’t they’re worth checking out!

It might take your child a little time to learn how to use these but they’re perfect because they’re real cups for toddlers. 

I have multiple of the 7 oz training cups (with the handles) and a couple of the 10 oz cups at home for my two kids. They don’t use any other cup! 

My son figured out how to use it around 7 months old with only a couple attempts. My daughter, who nursed longer, got the hang of it a little later around 13 months with months of struggling. 

They’re so efficient because they’re sippy cups but to drink from them you sip just like you do a regular cup, anywhere around the edge (hence 360), and it doesn’t spill! 

If you throw it down hard, a little will spill out but it will not break easily. If you hold it up and flip it around, nothing will spill out unless its defective or not closed properly. 

This cup is not only dentist approved, as opposed to cups with spouts or straws, but once your child reaches an age that they can control an open cup on their own the transition will be much easier. 

There are so many reports of mold build-up within the tiny pieces from baby bottles and sippy cups, which are impossible to clean. This one made life easier!

They’re so easy to disassemble and, because there’s no spout, its very easy to clean without the concern of mold. 

If you start to see mold build up its because you haven’t removed and cleaned the silicone ring that makes the cup spill proof- I didn’t realize this at first. 

They’re also dishwasher safe so if you’re like me and don’t always have the time to be hand washing after every use, get a couple extra ones and put them in the dishwasher! 

The only down side to these cups is their popularity, you might get them mixed up when around other kids.

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