Haberman 360 Junior Beaker Review and Giveaway

Alex has been trying to drink from an open cup for about a year now (he’s two and a half). He’s not bad at it, but more often than not he ends up wearing half of it and spilling the other half on the settee/table/floor/me/daddy. When we offered the chance to try out the 360° Junior Beaker from Haberman, I was a bit worried we might be taking a step backwards, but he does need more practise.

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It is made from BPA free materials, and has been tested to the highest standards. Without the lid, it is dishwasher safe (not that we have one anymore – boo!). It is suitable for children aged 24 months and over, and holds 250ml. It is available in a range of colours.

The beaker has a unique and innovative circular valve system, which allows children to drink from anywhere around the rim. This helps the transition from kiddy beakers to complete independence when drinking.

Haberman 360 Beaker

Although not completely spillproof, it is harder to spill than an open cup (obviously) so it is perfect for toddlers who won’t sit or stand still to drink. I noticed that Alex did need to tip his head quite far back to drink from it, but it wasn’t something that seemed to bother him. He loves his ‘special cup’ and I love the fact it isn’t spilling everywhere!


These cups retail at £5.95, but Haberman are giving away one of these cups to one lucky reader.

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89 thoughts on “Haberman 360 Junior Beaker Review and Giveaway

  1. This would be perfect for my little one, he’s almost 2 and desperate to drink out of a big cup like his brother but so far it’s been very messy!

  2. My friend has a little boy who wants to drink out of a big cup, but end up tipping the whole thing on his head! This looks so much better!

  3. I would keep it at mine for when the little ones come visiting, always handy to have beakers in the cupboard x

  4. Grandson (my god can he talk for england) he would win a gold in the olympics

  5. My youngest daughter, who is always trying to copy her big sisters.

  6. I don’t have any children but would love to win this prize to donate to charity, to go to Romania.

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