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A personalized cup for kids? Are you for real? Yes I am. As most of you know I have three other siblings. One is in college but the other two, my stinky brothers live at home with me. I won’t embarrass mommy with a picture of the kitchen sink before we got The Kupp’. I won’t embarrass her with a picture but I’ll tell you how it was. There was always a cup, or two or three in the sink. Usually left there by my brothers of course. And the one thing that everyone said when asked, “who’s cup is in the sink?” was, “not mine”. Of course the Not Me Ghost lives in our house. He’s always being blamed for the dishes in the sink, the clothes on the floor and everything that goes wrong. So when mommy was given the chance to review The Kupp’, the personalized cup for kids she jumped at the chance. So how are these Kupp’s personalized? Well each cup is of a different color and unless you have a household with more than 4 kids then it might be a problem. The Kupp’ is currently only available in four vibrant colors that represent the environment: blue for water, green for earth, orange for the sun, and red for warmth.
Now one of the things that we liked about the Kupp’ is that this is a real cup. This isn’t plastic which totally surprised mommy. This is actual glass. While mommy has given me glasses to use before, she tend to not give me any made of real glass because she’s always been afraid that I would drop it and cut myself. Each glass is made in Europe and outfitted with its own colorful silicon sleeve.
The Kupp’ glass is recyclable and certified lead and cadmium free. The silicone sleeve is medical and food grade silicone, is BPA/BPS free and is made from a pure soda-lime formula. It is also dishwasher safe!
The Kupp’ is designed for kids ages 3-10 and is the perfect serving size for children. It is a six-ounce glass and because of it’s small size you won’t have to worry about the kids over indulging.
Now as I mentioned before The Kupp’ is dishwasher safe but can also be washed by hand. The sleeve does not have to be removed when washing, but mommy has found that it is so simple to remove the silicone that it cleans easier, especially when there is juice or milk stuck between the crevices. The silicone sleeve helps to protect the glass from damage while providing a safe, toxic free vessel to drink from.
Now that I have my own color and my brothers have their own, the dishes in the sink has become incredibly less. Now the Not Me ghost doesn’t leave his cup in the sink because he doesn’t own one. Mommy knows exactly whose cup is in the sink and so does everyone. It makes it easier for us to keep the kitchen clean and having our very own individual cup makes us feel special. We are so loving it and so is mommy most of all because she now has a much cleaner kitchen.
The Kupp’ currently retails for $16.99 and is available in their online store and on Amazon.com. The Kupp’ gives children the gift of color and the benefits of glass. By giving each child their very own colorful Kupp’ your child can begin the early lessons of locating, using, cleaning and storing their very own belongings or in this case, their Kupp’. Bring a little Kupp’ into your life!
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