Tommee Tippee No Knock Cup (300ml/10oz)
- Contents1 x No Knock Cup Large and 1 x instruction leaflet
- Resists accidental knocks to prevent mealtime spills and endless clean ups
- Special base powered by CleverGrip technology grips to any smooth surface but lifts up easily
- Encourages open-cup drinking without the mess
- Dentists recommend open cups to support healthy oral and speech development
- Ideal for mess free mealtimes
- Fun eye-catching decoration
- Also available in 190ml size (sold separately Ref175892)
The world’s first toddler proof cup. The No-knock Cup is the open top cup that won’t knock over. Rescue innocent carpets, rugs and table- tops from spills and stains. Enjoy family mealtimes without mopping up. Clevergrip technology means this tough little cup resists knocks, bumps and bashes from little hands. It stands firm on hard surfaces, saving tables, floors and more from toddler spills. Relax and enjoy mealtimes free from the annoyance and hassle of having to clean up.
The superhero of mealtimes
Specially designed to combat the reality that kids will be kids. And no matter what you do, they will bash and bump their cups, accidentally or on purpose. Thanks to the No Knock cup, everyone can now relax and enjoy mealtimes, without the hassle of cleaning up afterwards.
Stronger than a speeding hand
The No Knock cup is hard to knock over but easy to pick up. Simply place it on a smooth, flat, solid surface and it grips instantly, preventing little hands from knocking it over. When it’s time for a drink, it lifts straight up. Easy peasy.
Ace open cup drinking
Learning to drink from an open cup is an essential part of toddler development but it usually comes with spills, stress, mischief and mess. The No Knock cup eliminates all that hassle. Help your toddler master grown-up drinking skills without the need to constantly clean up after them.
An open cup with no spout or straw, the No Knock Cup encourages little ones to sip rather than suck. Dentists recommend training children to drink from a cup as soon as possible to prevent tooth decay associated with prolonged sucking. It supports their oral development too by encouraging them to use mouth muscles that help with talking.
*American Academy of Pediatrics, 2011; American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, 2011
You can wash your No Knock cup in warm soapy water, and leave to air dry. Make sure its thoroughly dry before using by turning the cup upside down. If you have a dishwasher you can remove the Clever-grip base and wash the cup on the top shelf of the dishwasher, however the Clever-grip base cannot be put in the dishwasher so will need to be hand washed.
Make mealtimes fun
Choose from a range of colorful designs and cartoon-style characters to encourage your little one to have fun drinking from an open cup. The designs and colors make it easy for toddlers to pick out their special cup at family mealtimes.
If your No Knock Cup isn’t standing firmly, it’s likely the base has dust or dirt trapped inside.
Option 1Rinse thoroughly ensuring that the water runs into the center of the Clever-grip base. Gently lift the edge of the silicone and allow water to flow through the base. Shake the water out of the base and wipe the silicone skirt. Ensure the base has dried thoroughly before use.
Option 2Unscrew the Clever-grip base by placing your palm across the base and rotating anti-clockwise. Next, clean it as Option 1 then allow the base to dry thoroughly before using.
Option 3Use compressed air to blow into the center of the Clever-grip base.
Test the Clever-grip base by assembling it into the cup base, placing it on a smooth, flat, solid surface and tapping it.
Reviving the Clever-grip base
If your cup sticks too firmly please check that:
- Your Clever-grip base is completely dry
- The surface you are putting the cup onto is dry
- You haven’t washed the Clever-grip base in a dishwasher
Remember to pick up your cup gently and vertically. If it doesn’t lift easily, leave it for a few minutes and try again.
To remove a cup that sticks too firmly, simply slide it off the edge of a surface. If it is still sticking, try lifting it at a slight angle and put your thumb on the silicone skirt to break the seal.