Mom in Training: BornFree® - Twist'N Pop Easy Drink Straw Cup Review

May 7, 2011

BornFree® - Twist'N Pop Easy Drink Straw Cup Review

This 14 fl oz toddler cup has a twist straw mouth with a pop-up soft silicone straw that keeps the straw clean and reduces spills. The cup has removable parts for easy clean up and an ergonomic design making it easy for a child to grip and hold. Available in blue, green, yellow and pink.
Suggested retail price: $7.99

About BornFree:
BornFree® the world’s leading BPA-free baby brand has developed a range of innovative baby bottles, cups and accessories that is totally free of the potentially dangerous chemicals Bisphenol-A (BPA), Phthalates and PVC. BPA is a known estrogen mimicker that is used in the production of polycarbonate plastic that according to researchers may cause developmental and neurological problems in children. In addition, BornFree®`s cups and bottles feature the unique BornFree® venting system, designed to reduce colic and middle-ear infections. BornFree is committed to the highest standards of BPA-Free products for baby and family.

Our Take:
I love this cup and so does my daughter. I like that when you twist the cap the straw is hidden inside so it isn't out and open all of the time.  I also like that it is pretty much spill and leak proof.  I haven't taken a full cup and shook the daylights out of it, but it has been dropped and knocked over without spilling or leaking.  There are so many beneifits of using a cup like this one especially if your child suffers from ear infections or colic.  The venting system BornFree® uses helps with both of these problems so how can you go wrong.


Disclosure:  Thanks to PR Firm/sponsor I was provided with this product(s) for the purpose of my personal review. This blog post is not a paid post and the honest opinions stated are my own.

3 comments:

  1. So glad I am past the sippy cup stage! SO VERY glad!

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  2. I'm glad I'm through with the sippy cup stage. That one looks better than the straw cups I used.

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  3. This looks like a good design. I like that it's BPA free.

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