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Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cups with Lids, 7 Ounce, 4 Pack Full Review 2022

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4.7 out of 5 stars

Product Description

This set of Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cups with Lids, 7 Ounce, 4 Pack are premium sippy cups that have a wide opening, so parents don’t have to mess with a tight spout. These cups are BPA-free, making them safe for kids, and they have the patented Munchkin Miracle 360 transition system, which helps get younger kids used to drinking out of a cup with no spout. They make drinking more fun as they have an ergonomic shape that fits a child’s hand, and they have a grippy handle that is easy to hold onto. These cups have a coordinating lid with an integrated straw, so kids don’t have to stop drinking to use the straw. These Miracle 360 Trainer Cups with Lids are just like the bottomless cups you know and love. The Miracle 360 Trainer Cups are 7 ounces and when in use, the lid keeps the liquid inside the cup. The cups have handles so they are easy to drink from. The cups have an innovative design that creates a vacuum when in use, keeping the lid in place.

Facts About Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cups with Lids, 7 Ounce, 4 Pack

Would you recommend this cup for a 9 month old coming straight off a bottle? Haven’t been successful/mastered spouts yet and looking for other options.

Yes my daughter looooves this cup…. she got it on the first try at 6 months…. she never liked bottles cuz I ebf… but she liked this and the latch sippy cup

can you use the handles on the 10 oz cup

Yes. They are interchangeable.

what is the difference between this cup and Munchkin Miracle 360 Sippy Cup?

Good Afternoon Uolis, the 10oz Miracle 360 cup does not have handles and the flow rate is a bit faster. The 7oz Miracle 360 Trainer Cup has handles and the flow rate is a little slower to help allow the little one to adapt to the cup.

Is it made in the USA?

Good afternoon. Thank you for contacting us, we recognize that customers like you have made Munchkin the company it is today, and we truly appreciate hearing from you.
Many of our products, including all of our cups, are manufactured in China. Regardless of where our products are manufactured, we are vigilant about m… Good afternoon. Thank you for contacting us, we recognize that customers like you have made Munchkin the company it is today, and we truly appreciate hearing from you.
Many of our products, including all of our cups, are manufactured in China. Regardless of where our products are manufactured, we are vigilant about maintaining the safety and quality of products. All of our products are independently tested and meet or exceed the safety standards for our industry as established by both the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) International. We are constantly in touch with these national safety organizations to ensure we are up-to-date with clear scientific findings and any changes in regulations. In addition, follow-up tests are conducted on all of our products at periodic intervals after they launch to ensure each product’s safety.

Como ordenó el color azul? La opción dice verde/azul

Vienen los dos vasos.

No water comes out of mine when the lid is on. Did I get a faulty cup?

The Miracle 360 Sippy and Trainer cups will allow liquid to flow through the valve/spout once pressure is put on the valve in order to drink from it.

I saw this product yesterday at 8.99 an hour after you changed the price to 12.99 and I add it to my cart today I wanted it bought I found it at 14.99

Different stores are possibly pulling up. Amazon is like a hub for a million stores. It is likely the cheaper stores sold out. You can try pulling up the item and looking for a cheaper option

Are there replacements for the silicone cover?

The cup’s brand (Munchkin) does sell replacements for $4!

Will it spill/leak if toddler is purposefully trying to get the liquid to spill out by shaking it upside down, or sticking his fingers in the lid?

Shaking it upside down won’t be a problem. If a toddler turns the cup upside down and sticks their fingers in the lid than that would definitely cause a mess… I have so many nieces and nephews that use these daily and never experienced a mess or issue with them. Hope that helps.

Does this spill?

Good morning Mary, The Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cup 7oz Cup automatically seals when the child stops drinking to completely eliminate spills.

Does it need a sucking to get the liquid out?. If the baby chews / bites instead of suck, will it work ?

Good Afternoon, the Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cup works by placing pressure on the rim of the cup. The pressure then causes the valve to lift up and the liquid filters through and your little one can drink.

Can someone tell me how did their baby figured out how to use this cup? Because I have been trying to get my daughter to drink from it for weeks now.

My guy struggled with it for a while too. I tried drinking from my own cup in front of him, to show how it’s done. Then he wanted to drink from my cup too, so I helped him get it up to his mouth and poured a little water in, after spilling it all over himself and coughing a bit from trying to suck rather than sip, I ga… My guy struggled with it for a while too. I tried drinking from my own cup in front of him, to show how it’s done. Then he wanted to drink from my cup too, so I helped him get it up to his mouth and poured a little water in, after spilling it all over himself and coughing a bit from trying to suck rather than sip, I gave him the 360 cup to try again and he suddenly had it figured out. Not sure if I’d recommend our method to others, but it worked for us. We also used a variety of other spouted sippy cups so he understood what the whole “cup” thing was all about.

Mi bebé tiene 6 meses puede usarlo

Buenos días Melani, El baso Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cup es para niños de más de 6 meses.

Where is it made?

Good question! I threw out the packaging already but the bottom of the cup is imprinted with the word China.

Can someone tell me where they sell the travel lids for these?

Good Afternoon, our lids are available for purchase on both Munchkin.com and Amazon.com. These lids fit all of our Miracle 360 Cups including the Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cup.

Info About Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cups with Lids, 7 Ounce, 4 Pack (Reviews From Amazon)

How to clean cup and remove O-ring

The media could not be loaded.  Let me preface this be saying I never write reviews, however when I saw how many people were saying mold was growing in their cups I was horrified so I made a video of me washing ours. My son was pretty much exclusively breastfed and wanted nothing to do with bottles so I got these cups for him to use so I could start introducing formula at 6 months. He figured out how to get the formula out right away and although we’ve had to help him hold the cup once he hit 9 months he has figured out how to hold the cup on his own and tip it back enough to drink. Cleaning is really easy you just need to make sure you disassemble all of the parts. The o ring is easy to take out, just look for the gap in the treads and you can take pull it down-without using any tools or nails! We sometimes don’t wash all the parts for a day or two when we are busy but we will put them in hot soapy water for a bit if we do that to get rid of dried formula. I would sugguest emptying the cup of any liquid the same day just so it doesn’t stink later. We also try to shake out some of the excess water before setting it out to dry.

Actually leak proof!

We’ve tried all these other cups, but they all leak, or grow mold where you can’t clean it, or both. But THESE cups actually are leak proof, super easy to disassemble and dishwasher safe. The only thing I would say is, wash the silicone disc by hand and rinse thoroughly as silicone picks up the scent of the dishwasher and has a hard time releasing all the soap. But my 2 year old does a great job with these cups, they’re super durable and I get a big stupid smile on my face every time I find one of these tipped over on the floor with juice inside and my carpet is still dry. Get these. Use them for everything. Never look back. Be overly dramatic when you tell people how much you love them. Realize you need more interactions with adults. But yeah, get these cups.

*SEE UPDATE REGARDING MOLD* Brilliant design! These cups were a Godsend.

*** See below for update ***

Like many parents, we struggled to find the best way to teach our little girl to drink from a cup. We tried various forms of sippy cups, but she couldn’t seem to figure out how the mouthpiece worked. And we didn’t want to start with regular cups because the water would end up everywhere.

Then I stumbled across these. I have to say, I’m VERY impressed by the ingenious simplicity of their design. There are three pieces: the cup itself, a white two-handled “lid” that has lots of tiny holes in it, and a silicone “cap” that snaps into the lid. When the cup is tilted, liquid inside it passes through the holes in the lid but is stopped by the silicone cap. Applying a bit of downward pressure on the edge of the cap creates a small opening which allows liquid to flow out from beneath the cap, but only where the pressure was applied. So when our little one raises the cup to drink from it, nothing actually flows from it until she puts it to her mouth and a little pressure from her teeth/gums creates an opening in the silicone cap.

This cup has been indispensable for helping our daughter learn to drink small amounts of water.

Some things I really like about this cup:

1) It’s very sturdy. This cup has landed on the floor many times and shows no signs of damage.

2) It’s about as leak-proof as you can get for an infant/child cup. Our little one waves it around in the air, knocks it over, and occasionally launches it onto the floor. If it hits the floor hard a drop or two may spill, but that’s it.

3) The cup’s two handles make it easy for little hand to hold.

4) Your little one can drink from anywhere along the rim.

5) It is dishwasher safe.

The only [very small] complaint I have is that the silicone top can be a little tricky to separate from the cap. You just have to get a really firm grip on the center circle and pull hard. Fortunately both pieces are tough enough that it would be tough to damage either one in the process.

TIP: When we first tried this cup with our daughter, initially she couldn’t figure out how it “worked.” Unlike her bottle, it has no nipple, and of course she didn’t realize that she had to press her upper gums/teeth against the silicone to get water to come out. So we actually removed the silicone top and then, holding the top of the cup against her lower lip, tilted the cup slowly to allow a little water to flow into the cap and then into her mouth. A couple of weeks later, when she seemed to understand the concept, we put the silicone top back on and she learned to bite down on it gently to make water come out. When doing this technique, note that the more full the cup is, the easier it is to control how much water enters the cap when you tilt it, so make sure the cup is fairly full when you try it.

Overall we couldn’t be happier with these cups! Highly recommended.

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UPDATE 4/10/2019
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We still love these cups, but after several months of use we noticed they were developing black mold beneath the silicone ring that sits at the top of the threads on the cap. At first we were dismayed and thought we would have to throw all of the cups away. However, I removed all of the silicone rings from the caps, soaked everything in a vinegar solution, then scrubbed and washed the rings and caps thoroughly, and they are as good as new!

The point here is that even though these cups are dishwasher safe, you DO need to remove the silicone rings from time to time and wash them so mold doesn’t accumulate beneath them. At this point we remove the rings every time we wash the cups — they go into a small basket in our dishwasher along with the colored silicone tops — and we haven’t had any more problem with mold. It may be unnecessary to remove the rings every time you wash the cups, but for us it’s easier than trying to remember when we last did it.

So, a small extra step to be sure these cups are mold-free. It doesn’t take away from how much we like these cups!

good cup, but not a miracle

When I hear “miracle,” I am thinking this must be the perfect product. However, it does have some flaws. The main one that drives me CRAZY is that when baby drops it from the high chair or table (or throws it from the ground) when it hits the floor, the liquid will FLY out of the cup (see photo.) It definitely doesn’t spill when held upside down or even shaken in the air, but an impact like that will cause the contents to go flying, which is extremely frustrating considering babies love throwing things. I ended up buying a cup leash for the high chair because it was driving me crazy cleaning up milk three times a meal. BUT it’s definitely less mess than a regular cup.
PROS:
– doesn’t spill at all when upside down, shaken, or tipped on the side
– easy to clean – the colored silicone part on the top comes off and you throw all three pieces in the dishwasher
– handles make it easy for a learning baby to hold
– the “no spout” design is better for baby’s speech and teeth than a regular spouted sippy cup

CONS:
– wish it had a lid for on the go – although it won’t leak in the diaper bag, a lid would be nice to keep dirt off the top
– wish it had measurements on the side
– Liquid flies out and makes a huge mess when dropped or thrown on the floor (see photo)
– a bit expensive for a cup you need more than one of
– rubber seal allows dirt and grime to stay trapped in

These cups are awesome. Our son went from drinking mostly from bottles …

The media could not be loaded.  These cups are awesome. Our son went from drinking mostly from bottles at one year to us throwing out his bottles and his drinking exclusively from these cups, and completely on his own a week later. Seriously, he practicely refused to hold his own bottle unless he was already drinking and we had to put his hands on his bottle. What’s great about these is he can hold onto the handles once the cup is too cold for him to really grip (because of condensation on the cup). Now he is lifting the cup entirely on his own and drinking to his hearts content.

As a side note. Yes, these cups aren’t 100% spill proof. I don’t know of ANY cup that isn’t 100% toddler spill proof. If he launches his cup from his high chair all the way to the floor on the other side of the room. Yes you do get a little bit of splatter. But that’s just it, only a little bit of splatter!

I must also add I’ve had to take the gasket off the lid, “straighten” it out and rework it back on the lid. Its no different than any o-ring (I’m a marine engineer, deal with o-rings all the time). If you notice it weeping out of the side of the cup between the lid and the cup you might have to do that.

Great Trainer Cup

A couple of years ago I purchased the Munchkin Miracle 360 10 oz Sippy Cup for one of our children who did not like to use the conventional sippy cup with a spout. We like the sippy cup very much, so I decided to purchase this Munchkin Miracle 360 7 oz Trainer Cup for our younger child. The trainer cup is designed similar to the sippy cup with the addition of helpful handles. The lid and handles of the trainer cup are interchangeable with the lid of the sippy cup. This is a good feature since I can put the handles on the 10 oz cup if needed as my child grows and wants more liquid. I can also put the regular lid from the sippy cup on the trainer cup if my child no longer needs the handles but wants a smaller amount of liquid. I like that the Miracle 360 cups are BPA-free, dentist-recommended, and easy to use. The cups are also very easy to clean if you remove all the parts. In addition to removing the white collar and colored valve, I also remove the clear O-ring. I had read comments of mold growing around the O-ring, so I wanted to be proactive about cleaning it. Some people use a knife to remove the O-ring. I do not recommend doing this because it could damage the O-ring. I have found that the easiest way for me to remove the O-ring is by using my thumb. On the white threaded section underneath the O-ring, there is a smooth vertical gap where there the horizontal ridges end. I place my thumb on this section and push the O-ring down to completely remove it. I wash all the parts by hand with warm soapy water and also use a bottle nipple brush to clean inside the hole underneath the valve. I do not reassemble the cup until all the parts are completely dry. I have had no issues with mold growing on these cups by following the aforementioned cleaning steps. The only issue I have found with these cups is that they do leak a little when they are dropped on the floor, but this is not a big concern for me.

Great transition sippy cup!

Such a great product!
My little guy is still nursing, so instead of getting him back into the bottle, I started introducing these when he was about 9 months.

I’ll be honest, at 9 months he wanted nothing to do with them, around 10 months he started to learn how it worked with me holding it (when applying pressure on the silicone with his mouth liquid would come out) and just before he was 11 months he started picking it up and drinking from it himself.

A tip that I found helpful was filling up the cup almost to the top because when they are first using it – and sitting in a highchair its difficult to teach to angle the cup. With it being fuller, it helps the liquid come out when its slightly angled.

Also, until your baby understands that the liquid it for drinking and not just discovery and fun (like mine is having lol) there will be “spills” but mostly when they are drinking and putting pressure on the lid and letting it drip. Luckily he has just water – so its just a simple outfit change.

Cleaning is very easy – the silicone comes off from the plastic handle piece and there is a O ring that also can come off the bottom of the plastic handle portion.

Definitely a smart idea to help babies learn how to drink from a regular cup with no spills!

Awesome cup!!

We were using the inexpensive sippy cups from Walmart with the rubber spill proof spouts, but as my son started teething more he bit on it so much the spill proof didn’t work. I wanted to find something else but hoping we could get away from the sippy cups I shopped around a lot. We tried another brand, but the mouthpiece was a little weird and he wouldn’t use it.

My 8 month old was put off by these at first so it was a slow transition. I first let him drink from the cup without the lid on so he could get an idea of how it works. Then I let him use the cup at meals to give him practice. At first, he wasn’t getting much since he didn’t know you had to press down and drink with your lips. After a couple weeks he finally got it! We were completely off the old sippy cups by 8 1/2 months and we only use these now at 10 months.

They aren’t completely spill proof. He likes to bang the cup on his high chair tray and drops it so a little comes out each time. It’s definitely not as bad as the other sippy cups were after he broke the spill proof part. Regardless, I love these things. They are not only a stepping stone to drinking out of a regular cup, but they are super easy to clean. I hand wash them only so I can’t speak for washing them in a dishwasher. They have held up pretty well too and I have never had the top fall off no matter how hard my son likes to bang/drop it.

I would definitely recommend these if you are wanting to get away from the traditional sippy cups.

Wow!

Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cup

Wow, out of all the cups my boys have used this is the closest we’ve ever come to spill proof.
You can turn it upside down and on its side and no liquid comes out. While this cup is believably spill proof, it isn’t splatter proof. So when my twin boys launch it full force across the livingroom milk does splat all over the floor on impact but I feel like that is acceptable for a cup that hasn’t oozed milk, water or juice all over my furniture. The lid is great, somehow it manages to maximize suction to allow my toddlers to easily drink from it all while stopping anything from pouring, bubbling or oozing from the lid like other cups.
It is also surprisingly easy to clean. Like, mind blowingly easy. You just pop the rubber ring right out and pop it right back in after washing the cup.
I have only hand washed this cup so far, so I’m not entirely sure how well it will hold up in a dish washer.
I threw away all our other sippy cups so I haven’t had time to test out the dishwasher on it and honestly I dont think I will because I dont want to damage the ring accidentally.

Before this 360 cup we tried the First Year 360 Training cup and it was not spill proof, not splatter proof and not easy to clean. I had to use a butter knife to pry the plastic ring out every time I washed it. My boys also didn’t love it. It had a minimal amount of holes in the top (under the ring) so they had to really suck to get anything out. After a few months of use the ring developed a big hole in a spot that was presumably meant to allow air flow, so then it really poured liquid everywhere. I threw those things in the trash the first second I could. I really hate wasting money like that but the damage was already done so, bye bye First Year cup!

We have tried SOOOO many sippy cups. Cups with and without straws. For a while, if it said spill proof, I bought it. Let me tell you, none of those cups were even a little bit spill proof. My toddlers could destroy it within a day.
The Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cup has completely blown my mind. I had zero expectations for this cup. I was pretty sure I was wasting money but I am so completely and totally pleased with these cups. I will be buying more and recommended it to all my friends with destructive toddlers like mine.

Careful about mold

Good sippy cup and less parts to wash than my son’s fancy bottles with the blue air tube (brand escapes me right now). My son learned how to use it rather quick at around 9 months. It’s great that he can drink from any angle instead of the convential sippy cups with a spout. I love that it’s almost spill proof. If banged hard enough on the floor, some will spill out though. The main downside to this is the o ring that helps seal the liquid in. Overtime this can trap bacteria and mold produced. Disgusting. It was also impossible to remove the ring by hand. I had to use a knife. Overall I like the design and my son has no issues drinking from it. Guess back to trying to search for the perfect sippy cup that won’t trap bacteria as easily. Until then, I’ll just have to remember to wash the o ring.

 Conclusion

In conclusion, the Munchkin Miracle 360 Cups with Lids come in a fun set of four. These cups are dishwasher-safe and include lids for mess-free drinking. Each cup fits most kids’ hands, so they’ll be easy to handle and sip. These cups, with lids, make a great snack, too. These cups are approximately three inches in diameter and four inches high. They come with a lifetime warranty.

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