My drinking cup
For an easy transition
from bottle to cup
Even grown-up toddlers deserve to drink with ease.
Sippi 2 cups were especially designed to smooth the transition from bottle to cup and help your baby drink comfortably, with minimum vacuum.
Did you know?
All Bfree bottles and cups have a patented air vent that helps neutralize vacuum
A significant problem many parents aren't aware of is vacuum, which forms in most baby bottles and cups. Vacuum has been proven to be a major cause of gas, colic and even ear infections since it forces baby to suckle extra hard in order to extract milk from the cup. Bfree has a patented air vent that helps prevent vacuum formation, helping baby to suckle comfortably and control the flow of liquid, without causing pressure in the ear. This unique air vent is found in all Bfree bottles and cups and grows with your baby from age 0-3.
Why is vacuum problematic?
Think what happens when you drink directly from a bottle containing soda or water. Every few sips, you have to stop and pull the bottle away from your mouth to release the vacuum that has accumulated in the bottle. Without releasing the vacuum, you wouldn’t be able to continue drinking. That is exactly what happens to your baby when they suckle out of most baby bottles and sippy cups. Your baby is forced to work harder and harder as the pressure in the bottle grows, and even stop every few sips to release the vacuum. Sometimes you can even see the teat collapsing during suckling (another symptom of vacuum) and air bubbles forming in the liquid.
Less vacuum – it's proven
A comparative test proved that Bfree bottles were the most effective in neutralizing vacuum compared to other leading baby bottles:
The spout helps calm sensitive gums
The sippi cups' spout helps calm sensitive gums during teething and makes it easier for baby to transition from the bottle to a cup.
Ear Disease in Infants Can be Associated with Bottle Feeding
When using standard baby feeding bottles that are non-ventilated or under-ventilated, the vacuum (negative pressure) which forms in them during a feeding may lead to development of secretory otitis causing hearing impairment and a risk for delayed speech development.
The difference is in the details
Patented air vent
Small in size, huge impact
Safe durable plastic
In a wide range of colors kids love
One size fits all
Firm orthodontic spout
For a smooth transition from bottle to cup
"Lia adores her sippi cup. She likes to grab the handles on her own and keeps "chewing" the spout. I think it really helps calm her gums."
Bottles Super Glass
Colored bottle Sippi 1
My first cup Stic Stac
Clickable containers Click ‘n Go
Formula Dispenser Silicone Nipple One for All
Handles Sippi spouts