Our minimalistic designed silicone Cup is the perfect companion to evolve with your little ones as they progress from bottle or sippy cup to big-kid cup. Its soft-to-touch finish helps small toddler hands with the perfect grip and prevents those spills that can upset little one.
The shatter-proof design makes the Cup your sturdy meal time companion and can cope with even the most energetic toddlers.
Whip up hot and cold beverages or quickly craft healthy frozen yogurts. Our Cup is microwave, oven and freezer-safe which opens up a world of endless opportunities for nutritious and creative toddler recipes.
Once you fed the beast, simply pop the Cup in the dishwasher and enjoy peace of mind that your toddler is well looked after with the highest standards of food-safe and non-toxic materials.
Silicone is the miracle component that makes Ryan & Rayden products the versatile and durable wonders they are. No other material is food-safe and BPA-free while feeling at home in freezing temperatures and soaring heat. And the best part is that you are directly contributing to saving the planet by using products made from natural materials while reducing waste. Three cheers to you!
Dimensions: 7.5 cm x 7.4 cm
Capacity: 220 ml
Due to high demand, please allow 10 to 20 business days for shipping.
How to care for your plate:
Ryan + Rayden Silicone products are safe to use in the dishwasher in temperatures of up to 440°F. However, they are also easily rinsed with hot soapy water, or can be thrown in the washing machine too.
Use under strict adult supervision only. Inspect product before each use. Throw away at first sign of weakness or damage. Ryan & Rayden takes no responsibility for accidents or injury, and the product should not be used in any way other than intended. Follow instructions carefully.
Our Cups are purposefully designed to transition your toddler from a sippy cup to a grown-up cup. They are small in size, which makes them suitable for little hands to grip onto.
The age really depends on your child and your parenting style. However, typically you might introduce a cup once your child can comfortably hold utensils.