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The WOW Tritan Kids' Cup

Updated: Mar 14

My review of this cup and comparison to the Munchkin Miracle 360° Sippy Cup



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Since we're done with sippy cups that have handles, we've also been down to two cups (Munchkin Miracle 360°). I saw the WOW Tritan Kids' Cup in previous searches and decided to give it a try. This WOW cup is similar to the Munchkin Miracle 360°, in that it claims the cup is spill-free, easy to clean, and has a 360° drinking valve. The WOW cup is available in four colors (pink, purple, blue, and green), and I purchased them as a pack of two in the blue-green combo.


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Parts & Prices

This cup has four parts, making it easy to clean (dishwasher safe, top rack) and keep track of. Assembly is quick and simple, too!

  • Cup (10 oz capacity)

  • Valve Ring

  • Silicone Valve

  • Cover, great for on-the-go

The WOW Tritan Kids' Cups are available for sale as one cup or in a pack of two cups. I decided to go with the 2-pack because Mason is an active toddler, and things either miraculously go missing or break, so we tend to double up on everything anyway. A single cup currently goes for $8.99, and a 2-pack is $14.99.


My Review

The parts of the WOW cup are not complicated at all. The cups went through the dishwasher several times already, and none of the parts warped, nor did any of the colors fade after washing. I also like that it came with a cover. Whether we're taking Mason for a walk in the stroller or running an errand, it's nice to have a cover for his cup. It's nothing fancy, but it does its job. I can put it in the diaper bag and not have to worry about any spills.


On the note of spills, the front of the packaging states, "Spill-Free." I was a bit disappointed that this is not exactly spill-free. I did my usual flip-shake test on my Instagram stories that I previously did with the Munchkin cup, and I immediately saw that more water came out of the WOW cup. Don't get me wrong, this didn't require any major clean-up, but more water was on my counter than I anticipated. Then the WOW cup was put to the true test: Mason's playtime. He's dropped this while sitting in his highchair, shoved it off a table surface, and rolled it over the couch. When it hits the ground, naturally and for me, expectedly, there is a spill. Not necessarily a puddles-worth, but a splatter. When it was rolled over the couch, I'm happy to report there weren't any spills!


I also like that this cup is clear and has grips on the sides. This makes it easier for me to see how much Mason has left to drink, and it's easier for him to hold. With the cover already included and the grip features, I wonder if that's why the WOW Tritan Kids' Cup prices a little higher than the Munchkin Miracle 360°. Overall, I think that the Wow cup serves its purpose and would recommend it, especially for on-the-go.


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