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Drinking| From first sips to grown up gulps, keeping your little one hydrated has never been easier
Drinking | We have a cup for every age and stage from baby's first sips to grown up.


360 Drinking | Watch you little one drink like a grown up with no fear of spills | EXPLORE
Soft Spout Cups | Soft & gentle on gums and no-spill too! | EXPLORE
Freeflow Cups | Let your baby lead the way with these easy drinking cups | EXPLORE
4m+ First Cups | Make first sips a doddle, whether transitioning from breast or bottle | SHOP
6m+ Trainer Cups | Watch your little magicians take the next step toward independent drinking | SHOP
12m+ Toddler Cups | Thirsty kids love using straws & flipping them up for fun | SHOP
18m+ Active Sports Cups | Grown up style cups that keep your little adventurer hydrated | SHOP


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Sippy, flippy or flexy straw? From those first sips to keeping toddlers and kids hydrated, the Nuby drinking range has an option to suit everyone. New to cups? Eez your way through with our baby beakers and baby cups – great for little mouths just getting the hang of drinking. Is your little one thirsty for more? Our 12+ cup and soft spout cups ranges are the perfect choice for tots on their way to independent drinking. Browse baby beakers boasting adorable designs featuring dinosaurs, robots, flowers and wildlife, and discover options that your children will adore.


How do I best clean my cups?

To keep your cups nice, clean and hygienic, we recommend cleaning your cups in warm soapy water and for extra reassurance you can use our small cleaning brushes for those harder to reach places. All our Free-Flow cups, spouts and straws can also be cleaned using a steriliser or dishwasher (top rack only).  

My little one can’t get any liquid out of the spout/straw?

Our wonderful no-spill cups and beakers are fitted with ‘touch-flo’ technology. This feature enables the cups to be no-spill. Without this feature, the cups would be free flow, meaning the liquid would flow from the spout/straw. This technology requires a small amount of pressure to be applied by a little one, whilst drinking. Most little ones, once shown, can adjust to this action. However, others may take a little time to get used to it, especially if they have not had a cup like this before. 

When does a baby switch from bottle cup to a drinking cup?

Most babies are ready to start drinking from a sippy cup at around 6-9m.

What if the straw/spout of my cup is leaking? 

Some little ones like to bite or chew on the spouts/straws. This could cause damage and prevent the non-spill feature from working. However, if the cup is faulty please contact so we can solve the issue.