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An alternative to sippy cups and a wonderful transitional tool for your children to learn to drink from an open cup!
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Reflo Smart Cup

Recommended for all ages as a smart alternative to "sippy cups" which have been associated with dental and speech problems, Reflo Smart Cup ™ is a revolutionary new concept in training cups. Reflo Smart Cup ™ is also a wonderful transitional tool for your children to learn to drink from an open cup.

Thanks to the patent-pending Reflo ™ insert, the flow of beverage stays under control anywhere along the cup’s rim and from any angle!

Reflo ™ insert features:

  • BPA-free
  • Phthalate-free
  • Dishwasher-safe
  • Available in four translucent cup colors: Red Violet, Blue, Green, Clear
  • Holds up to 6 ounces of beverage



Average Rating: 3.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 7 Write a review »

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Good with researvations May 2, 2015
Reviewer: Michelle Hagen from Woodleaf, NC United States  
We like the cup and my son likes drinking from it.  But it didn't take long for him to figure out he could reach in and pull out the stopper. Also he can hold it upside down and watch the water come out and sometimes gravity takes over and the stopper falls out and water goes everywhere; which he loves to then splash about.  The cup is really easy to clean and is the perfect size for my sons hands.  I'm still happy that we got it but I also don't leave him alone with it for very long.

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Good idea but... January 13, 2015
Reviewer: Rachel Yorgason from Apex, NC US  
I tried this with my 9 month old, but he kept sticking his tongue into it, so he's just not ready yet. I tried drinking from it myself and it worked pretty well. I think it's a really good idea, but it has a major flaw.
The insert that came with it said not to give it to kids who throw things on the floor or it will crack. Really? Something designed for an age group known for throwing things on the floor? One of my older kids knocked it on the floor and sure enough, it cracked. I'm just glad I got it as a freebie because I wouldn't pay money for it. It would be great if they would use unbreakable material.

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Love this! January 6, 2015
Reviewer: Jessica Morrison from Fuquay Varina, NC United States  
We got this for my daughter and she loves it!  She feels like a big girl, while learning to use a cup like her sister, and the best.... all without making any kind of a mess.  She has used it daily and it has been washed in the dishwasher dozens of times without any wear and tear, and performs beautifully.  It is still not spill proof, but if it is dropped only a small amount can spill before it is picked up.  And if she tips it over it rarely loses liquids.
Definitely a must have for cup learning!

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Cute but broke on first use September 11, 2014
Reviewer: Creston Perkins from Washington  
I liked the way the cup looked and was excited to use it. My two year old dropped it on the floor and it cracked. So I can't say wether it worked well. But because Otis targeted toward toddlers it should be a bit more durable. Very disappointed. Glad I didn't buy several.

While the cup was still intact, it did work well for regulating the flow of liquids and helping my daughter get used to drinking out of an open cup by herself.  I won't bother replacing it, though.

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Nice while it lasted September 11, 2014
Reviewer: Jenny Ross from Seattle, WA  
After only a few months of use, the cup developed a crack, rendering the fancy Reflo insert useless.  You can order a replacement cup from Reflo's website, but after shipping costs are added you may as well just buy a new one entirely.

While the cup was still intact, it did work well for regulating the flow of liquids and helping my daughter get used to drinking out of an open cup by herself.  I won't bother replacing it, though.

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