Munchkin gobelet lesté Click Lock paille flexible

    Description et caractéristiques

Votre enfant peut le tenir comme un biberon, tout en buvant son contenu avec une paille ! Notre nouveau gobelet d'entraînement avec paille lestée est parfait pour assurer la transition entre le biberon et le gobelet à bec, car il permet à votre tout-petit de boire dans n'importe quelle position. Avec son couvercle à rabat et sa fonctionnalité Click Lock™, ce gobelet d'apprentissage étanche est également idéal pour une utilisation en déplacement.

Remarque : la couleur que vous recevez peut varier par rapport à l'image présentée.

Convient aux enfants âgés de 6 mois et plus.

Votre enfant peut tenir ce nouveau gobelet d'entraînement avec paille lestée comme un biberon, tout en buvant son contenu avec une paille ! Ce gobelet à paille lestée permet à votre tout-petit de boire dans n'importe quelle position. Avec sa fonctionnalité Click Lock™, ce gobelet est également idéal pour une utilisation en déplacement. Munchkin va encore plus loin pour démontrer ses qualités anti-fuites en fournissant une garantie de remplacement complète ! Ce gobelet et sécurisé et pourrait bien devenir le gobelet de vos rêves.

Caractéristiques :

  • Capacité de 7 oz pour l'eau, le lait ou le jus
  • La paille lestée permet à votre tout-petit de boire dans n'importe quelle position.
  • Les poignées sont faciles à tenir pour les petites mains.
  • Le couvercle rabattable permet de boucher la paille pendant les déplacements.
  • Sans BPA, va au lave-vaisselle sur le panier supérieur.

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