- Weighted Straw
- Parent reviews state this is one of the top transition cups from sippy to straw due to the weighted straw. The rounded bottom moves the straw smoothly around the cup so the child can drink it from all sides.
- Curved allowed the individual or a child increased ability to manipulate, hold, and transport the cup if they have limited grasp and/or fine motor control.
- Not removable which could make cleaning difficult.
- Hourglass design can offer an alternative angle to pick up and transport the cup from one surface to the next.
- This cup has multiple parts, which could make it difficult for an individual with limited fine motor and grasp control to manipulate for cleaning, assembly, and disassembly. It may take time and patience to complete this task.
- Provides an auditory cue of how far to twist it shut. This could be helpful for someone who may have low vision or decreased grip strength to screw the bottle closed.
- Color Contrast
- Not as prominent, many of the pieces are the same color making identifying pieces for assembly difficult.
- Flip-Top Lid
- Some consumers identified it does not attach well and has the potential to fall off which causes leaking.
Weighted straw helps transition from sippy cup to drinking through a straw. Handles make it easy to manipulate for children and adults.