Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Haberman 360 Junior Beaker Review & Giveaway

My toddler Sophia is almost two and as she gets closer to her second birthday we have noticed a huge change in her as she is becoming so independent and is trying to copy everything we do. One of the things she likes to so is try and drink out of big cup like we do, but of course she is still so young and has not grasped how to do so without spilling juice everywhere. She has baby sippy cups but i think she is getting a bit to big for these, so when i heard of the Haberman 360 junior beaker i was intrigued as i had never seen anything like this before and it seemed like the perfect beaker for her.


The Haberman 360 junior beaker is a drip free, sprout free cup which holds 250 ml of liquid and is just the right size for toddlers. It can be used in a dishwasher and microwave and is really easy to clean and wash. It comes in a choice of three colours which are red, blue and green and we were sent the red one. It is made from BPA free materials and has been tested to the highest standards. And it is suitable for children aged 24 months + .


It just looks like a normal beaker when you first look at it but when you take the lid off you will see that it looks different to other children's cups as there is no sprout  or straw to drink from and when the cup is filled with juice if you turn it upside down it does not leak at all, amazing! Instead you just gently sip on the rim of the cup as it has a circular valve system allowing you to drink from anywhere around the rim.


I initially thought that Sophia would find this difficult as she has never used anything like this before and when i first give her the cup she was unsure what to do, but after a few minutes she sussed out how to use the cup and she loves it. I also had a try just to see how it works and it is so easy to drink out of. It comes with a lid which we have not even used as it has not spilled at all and we have been using it daily for almost two weeks now.


These beakers really are perfect for toddlers around Sophia's age who are starting to become independent but have still not grasped how to drink out of a cup properly as they teach children to drink independently and to sip instead of sucking whilst drinking. I really do highly recommend these cups and will be buying my baby boy one when he is old enough as they are so good. I would give this product a 10/10 as i can not fault it at all. You can view the full range of Haberman products on there website www.habermanbaby.com

The Haberman 360 Junior Beaker retails at £5.95 and you can buy them from Mothercare, Waitrose and Amazon. And i have one of these genius beakers to giveaway to one of my lucky readers just enter the rafflecopter below for your chance to win a one in the colour of your choice.

To enter:
  • Sign into the Rafflecopter below with either your facebook account or by putting in your name and e-mail address. Don't worry you are not signing up to anything it is just so you can be contacted if you win and it is super quick and easy to sign in.
  • Follow the instructions on Rafflecopter and tick the boxes to say you have done so. And that is it so quick and easy to do. 


a Rafflecopter giveaway

The closing date is the 3rd of June 2015, one winner will be selected at random after this date from all correct entries via rafflecopter. Winner will be e-mailed within 48 hours of the giveaway ending and the prize will be sent direct from Haberman. Open to UK entrants only.

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* Disclosure: I was sent a Haberman Beaker for the purpose of this review, however all words and views are my own honest account of the product we received. 

46 comments:

  1. i would pick blue x - leanne w

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  2. I don't have any children but would love to win this prize to donate to charity, to go to Romania. Red would be great, thank you.

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  3. I'd choose blue

    Kelly Ellen Hirst

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  4. I would like the red please :) xx

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  5. If we won we would pick red :)

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  6. Red for my little princess Poppy

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  7. Blue would be fabulous, thanks

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  8. I would pick the blue for my little man, who is soon to move over from bottles.

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