Dr. Brown’s Soft-Spout Transition Cup Product Review

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Are you looking for the perfect sippy cup for your family? Then you may want to check out Dr. Brown's Soft-Spout Transition Cup!

The Dr. Brown’s Soft-Spout Transition Cup has sturdy, contoured handles that make it easier for little hands to carry. The one-piece, spill-proof silicone spout valve makes sipping easy, and it is removable for easy cleaning.  It is also easy to assemble and clean. This product is dishwasher safe and BPA free.  The attached lid stays open when the baby drinks and keeps the spout clean when the child is not using it.  This product is recommended for babies 6 months and up.  It is 6 ounces/180 ml.

Best Features

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Dr. Brown's Soft-Spout Transition Cup, 6 oz (6m+), Blue, Single
  • The best way to help baby make the easy transition from bottle to cup
  • Sturdy, contoured handles that make it easier than ever for little hands to get a comfortable grip
  • One-piece, spill-proof silicone spout valve that makes sipping easy for tiny mouths, and is also removable for easy cleaning

As of this writing there were 252 customer comments and 18 answered questions for the Dr. Brown’s Soft-Spout Transition Cup.  I've read through the customer feedback and then condensed the results into this review.  I hope that this helps you when shopping for a sippy cup.

Easy To Clean

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The lack of ridges and little pieces makes the Dr. Brown’s Soft-Spout Transition Cup easy to clean.  It is also dishwasher safe.  Here is just one of the many positive comments about cleaning ease,

"Cleaning is very easy compared to some of the sippy cup horror stories out there."

Straw is Hard

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Some parents didn't like the fact that the straw was so hard for a transitional cup.  Here is one of the comments,

"The straw tip on this is a lot harder than I expected for a transition cup. Even I had trouble sucking water from this. Wasn't please with this cup and will be looking for another 'transition from bottle' sippy cup."

Price A Little High

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The price of the Dr. Brown’s Soft-Spout Transition Cup is higher than what you will pay for most sippy cups.  Some people felt like it was overpriced for what you get.

A Bit Hard To Suck the Drink Out

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There were several comments about how it was hard to suck the drink out.  Here is one of the comments,

"We love our Dr. Brown's bottles, but this is not the best transition cup. To get any water out you must sip quite strongly. Our 6 month old can't get anything out of this cup yet. I would recommend this product for an older baby."

Adjustable Parts

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Most parents liked that the parts were adjustable.  Here is one of the comments pertaining to the adjustable handle and lid,

"It was a very easy transition. You can easily remove the lid so your child won't play with it instead of drinking. The handle also adjusts easily. With other cups I couldn't get the handle to line up with the spout and this was very frustrating. The handle can also be removed later to not look so baby-ish. Great cup!"

Doesn't Leak

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Perhaps the best feature of the Dr. Brown’s Soft-Spout Transition Cup is that it doesn't leak.  Here is one of the positive customer comments,

"What I've been most impressed with is it does not leak! She throws it, bites on it, and strings it around like a manic and it doesn't dribble formula all over."

Dr. Brown's Soft-Spout Transition Cup, 6 oz (6m+), Blue, Single
  • The best way to help baby make the easy transition from bottle to cup
  • Sturdy, contoured handles that make it easier than ever for little hands to get a comfortable grip
  • One-piece, spill-proof silicone spout valve that makes sipping easy for tiny mouths, and is also removable for easy cleaning

My Conclusion

The Dr. Brown’s Soft-Spout Transition Cup is a dishwasher safe and BPA Free cup that is easy to clean.  It has adjustable parts and doesn't leak.  The straw is harder than what some parents would have preferred for their little one. Parents also report that it's hard for their children to suck the drink out due to the suction. I hope that my review can help you decide if you should give this sippy cup a try!

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Mariann Foster is one of our content writers here at OurStart. Mariann is a certified reading specialist who enjoys homeschooling her daughter and taking care of her alpacas in her spare time. She lives in Wyoming on an alpaca farm with her daughter and their various collection of big and small animals. Being a mother is her greatest gift, so she hopes she can help to encourage other moms through her writing.

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