Tuesday, May 05, 2009

Tilty Sippy Cups - A review and Giveaway!

Thanks to Momselect and Tilty cups I bring you this post.

But first..... Let me tell you a bit about the product.

Anyone with babies and toddlers knows that like a bottle, a good sippy cup is hard to find. You want something easy to use for your child, something they will drink out of, and preferably spill proof and easy to clean/assemble.

These days, of course, there is also the concern over BPA and its use in most bottles and sippy cups.

What makes the tilty cup different?

For starters, it is ingeniously designed so that your baby/toddler doesn't have to lean back much to get their drink out of the cup.

Other Specs about the tilty cup:
  • 9+ months
  • 7oz
  • Dishwasher Safe (Top Rack)
  • Polypropylene
  • BPA Free
  • Dye Free
  • PVC Free
  • Easy to use in a car seat or stroller

What I love about this cup -- Both of my girls took to it immediately. Easy to clean, easy to fill and close, and we only had leaks when Izzie decided she wanted to shake the cup up and milk came out the top. The cup is easy for children to grasp onto, even as young as 9 months. Miss Emmy caught on quickly too.

Do you want to try Tilty Cups? I have a 2 pack to give away to one lucky winner.


Giveaway Details:
I'm leaving this one open two weeks. So entries will be accepted until May 19, 2009.

To enter, first you must visit Tilty cup and tell me something about the cup, the company, or the makers behind the cup.

For extra entries:
1. Subscribe to my blog
2. Blog or Tweet about this contest and post a link in the comments.


Anonymous said...

It has a snap on lid without a valve for better dental development, as recommended by the ADA, American Dental Association .

notworthwriting said...

I like that this cup has pure Polypropylene. This means that " PP is a cost effective material used throughout the medical industry. Some companies add chemicals to make it softer, prettier, or sturdier. We have added nothing".

notworthwriting said...

I suscribed via e-mail.

Kim said...

I learned: The cups are clear because we did some research on pigments in plastics and found that some pigments have traces of Cadmium in them. NONE of our cups have Cadmium in them.

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