Reviews By Chelsea: Sip & Spin Sippy Cup by NuSpinKids! #ToddlerFavorites #NuSpinKids #SippyCups #Toddlers #ReviewsByChelsea

Chelsea and I really love this sippy cup by NuSpinKids. It has a fun pinwheel that spins as you sip which is really a hydration motivation device for little ones. I know my daughter loves watch it spin as she sips on her drinks. The cup is spill proof just make sure your toddler doesn’t hold it by the straw. Chelsea seems to have that habit. This cup is dishwasher safe as long as it is on the top shelf. 

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The Sip & Spin straw cup has a unique fun-factor – a pinwheel in the lid that spins as you sip. Playful artwork on the pinwheel disc coordinates with the cup art, creating an engaging drinking experience for your child. The racing trucks and soaring butterflies can encourage playing kids to take a water break, cheer up and rehydrate a sick child, or motivate a toddler to transition from a bottle or spouted sippy to a straw cup.

As parents, we know what a pain it can be to clean kids’ cups, so we made sure all the components come apart easily for cleaning and are dishwasher safe. The Sip & Spin straw cup is a cute gift and a fun way to keep kids hydrated… Hydration Motivation!

Disclosure: I got this product free of charge in exchange for my honest opinion. I would never recommend a product that I have not tried myself nor used, every product on my blog has my full support and backing unless otherwise stated or noted. All opinions displayed here are my own. If you would like a review done contact Nicholle @ nscalacorona(a)gmail(dot)com

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4 Responses to Reviews By Chelsea: Sip & Spin Sippy Cup by NuSpinKids! #ToddlerFavorites #NuSpinKids #SippyCups #Toddlers #ReviewsByChelsea

  1. Linda says:

    Cute gift idea!

  2. Chelsea m says:

    I’m wondering if this is anymore spill proof then a regular cup with a lid and straw?

    • chelseamommy says:

      The kids have to sip from the straw to have it come out. The spinning mechanism keeps the drink inside the cup. The only time I noticed it leak was if we filled the cup too high or if we put the lid on incorrectly.

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