PPSU TRANSITION
TRAINER BOTTLE



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developing sipping skills to mimicking drinking from a glass


Marcus & Marcus PPSU Transition Trainer Bottle 
gives you the perfect solution for your little ones
to transitioning from straw bottles.


Help the little one developing sipping skills to mimicking drinking from a glass. All this can be done with the same feeding bottle by adding different accessories from the set. Start with the provided palm grasp handles and remove it when your little one is ready to hold the bottle just like a real glass. And the bottle is a spill-proof design so parents can be worry-free while your kids are learning.

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Features:


  • BPA/Phthalate free
  • All in one bottle
  • Simple parts for easy assemble & wash

    Silicone Rim Spout
  • Platinum silicone rubber
  • Spill-proof design
  • Easy closure
  • Mimic glass rim
  • Smaller vent hole

    Silicone Straw
  • Platinum silicone rubber
  • Spill-proof design
  • Soft straw for tender gums

    PPSU Bottle
  • Wide neck bottle
  • Volume markings
  • Durable
  • Lightweight
  • High heat resistance

    Palm Grasp Handles
  • Palm grasp design
  • Easy-grip
  • Anti-slip pattern

Cleaning and Care:


  • Top-rack dishwasher safe
  • UV sterilizer safe
  • Steam sterilizer safe
  • Stains can be removed by washing with hot-soapy water
  • Do not microwave
  • EN14350 compliance

Age:

6M+

Product Size:


  • Transition feeding bottle: 65 x 65 x 140 mm
  • Silicone Straw Set: 50.5 x 50.5 x 142 mm
  • Silicone Rim Spout: 52.7 x 50.5 x 24.5 mm
  • Palm Grasp Handle: 129 x 65 x 52 mm
  • Capacity: 180 ml/ 6 fl oz.

Withstand Temp:


Feeding Bottle

  • -20°C to 180°C
  • -4°F to 356°F

Silicone Straw

  • -20°C to 220°C
  • -4°F to 430°F


Collar/Lid

  • -20°C to 110°C
  • -4°F to 230°F

 



palm grasp handles


Start with the provided palm grasp handles and remove it when your little one is ready to hold the bottle just like a real glass.



Platinum silicone rubber


BPA/Phthalate free


 
 

spill-proof design


Parents can be worryfree while their little ones are developing the sipping skills.