The Oliver's Madhouse

When Life Isn't Complicated Enough

Anyway Up 360° Toddler Cup


Over the last couple of weeks I have been looking into changing my little man’s cups to the next stage as he currently will only drink from either a spouted cup or adult cup both of which do not keep my stress levels  down!  What I have been looking for over the last few weeks is something spoutless (as I know he can drink from a top free cup) but to be fair something that will keep the mess inside the cup (no more hands and knees cleaning spillages)

So when I was contacted via the lovely people over at Anywayup about their new product 360° Toddler Cup and asked if I would give it a go …. Hell yes!! It ticked all my current search boxes!

So the day it arrived I could hardly wait to open it! Now first off I had expected to have to use scissors to cut it out however it was lovely and simple to get out! (Bonus as I am no good getting into stuff without taking off a finger)


The cup comes in several parts so it’s very easy to clean and more to the point it’s very easy to assemble!

Now as I have always set out to be honest in my reviews so I have to say it has taken 3 full days for Joshua to master drinking from this cup, he spent the first day trying to beat it to death to spill is lovely cold water, the second day he refused to even accept it as it was missing a spout! Day 3 saw us turn a corner he finally mastered it and hasn’t put it down since.

To be fair I have to say that my little man is incredibly stubborn and if he decides he isn’t doing something he won’t do it and it can take an age for him to come round (just like his dad!)

We are now on day 6 and he is still carrying it around! However the handy lid means it’s kept clean and it’s handy to travel so we can fill it and make sure he always has a drink while we are out and about.

As some of you may know from reading previous posts one of my pet hates is baby feeding/drinking tackle that turns orange at the nearest sight of spag bol! Having said that we have tried the spag bol test and it’s still the orange and green it was originally (yippee)



So in my opinion it’s more than reasonably priced at £5.95 and it’s a fantastic non spout, non-spill big boy cup. This also means one very happy mummy.





P.s   Joshua is unhappy as he can’t tip his milk from his cup into his cereals!



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