Stage 4 cups are great for picnics, car rides and play dates. Whichever activity, you can be confident that you and your child will have a leak and mess-free drinking experience. Playtex Stage 4 cups have optimized threading for easier twisting. Plus, they are 100% spill-proof, break-proof and leak-proof guaranteed!*
Larger 12oz Insulated Cup
Thirsty big kids of the world unite! No need to carry any extra drinks around as this 12 oz cup, the largest of the Playtex cups, will help keep your growing child satisfied. Whether in their backpack for lunch or for a weekend soccer game, this insulated cup will keep their drink cold twice as long**
Big Kid Drinking Features
We know how much your little one wants to do everything like mom and dad. With a sport spout and hard straw drinking features, your child can drink just like you. Plus, they’ll love the mature look of the Stage 4 cup's unique designs.
Playtex® Stage 4 Cups at a Glance
- For ages 24 months and older
- Larger 12oz double walled Insulated cup to keep drinks cool 2x longer**
- Spill-proof valve helps eliminate messes and is easy to clean
- Sport spout drinking feature, so your child can drink just like you
- Available in unique designs that pop
- Spill-proof, Break-proof, Leak-proof Guarantee*
- BPA Free
- All parts are top rack dishwasher safe, or can be hand washed
*If not completely satisfied, return for full refund of purchase price or replacement.
**Twice as long as regular single wall cups
How to Use
Step 1: Clean all parts of the cup before use.
All parts are top rack dishwasher safe, or can be handwashed. Fully disassemble parts before washing (remove the valve, straw part and unplug the straw valve). For Spout cups, store the valve under the lid when washing in the dishwasher. Do not use abrasive cleaners. After washing, allow cup parts to dry thoroughly between uses.
Step 2: Assemble the cup.
Sport Spout: Push rectangular end of valve through matching hole in lid. Insert flip-open spout into slots in lid. Inset straw. Press round vent cylinder firmly into small hole in lid.
Step 3: Closing the lid.
Screw lid onto cup, clicking clockwise until tight.