- Microwave safe cup (do not microwave with lid attached)
- Can be used with cool and warm drinks, up to a max 40°C. We encourage warming in 30 second intervals and testing first to ensure temp is okay.
- Not recommended with carbonated or hot drinks
- Separate all parts for thorough cleaning, and allow to dry before reassembling
- Dishwasher safe (top rack only)
- Steriliser safe (max temp 100°C for PP cup, lid and handles, and 180 °C for silicone rim)
How do I open the 360 cup to fill with water?
Ensure the handles are clicked down in drinking mode, simply twist the top anti-clockwise to remove and fill your cup. Then screw the top back on ready to drink. Remember to twist handles up for travel mode!
How do I disassemble the 360 cup for cleaning?
Your 360 cup pulls apart completely, into four separate pieces. Firstly, ensure the handles are clicked down in drinking mode, to twist the top off in an anti-clockwise direction. Then, remove the silicone seal from the top. Next you can twist the handles up and off the cup. Voila! All parts can be handwashed or placed in the dishwasher (top rack only). You can also sterilise for the littlies if you like, at the following temperatures: PP (lid, base and handles) up to 100°Celcius. Silicone Rim - up to 180°Celcius.
How do I reassemble the 360 cup after cleaning?
To reassemble, first attach the handles to the cup by lining up the cup pins and handle's channels. Then, attach the seal to the lid, making sure the arrows on the inside of the seal and the arrows on the outside of the lid are facing the same way. Push the seal so that the thick bottom part of the seal sits neatly in the lid's groove labelled "bottom of seal". Lastly screw the lid onto the cup. It may sound a little complicated but it is super simple after you’ve done it a couple of times!
Can I place the 360 cup in the dishwasher and/or steriliser?
Yes, and yes! All parts of your 360 cup can be handwashed or placed in the dishwasher (top rack only). You can also sterilise for the littlies if you like, at the following temperatures: PP (lid, base and handles) up to 100°Celcius. Silicone Rim - up to 180°Celcius.
What age is the 360 cup suitable for?
We recommend from at least 6 months of age until you’re confident that your tot can manage open cup drinking either at home or on the go. However, it goes without saying that this will vary and it’s important to follow your little one’s lead. Some tots may take to the 360 cup straight away, and other may need a few tries to get used to the silicone rim and flow so be patient and perhaps model it for them at first. The handles are wide so that kids can easily grip, but also so that parents can lend a hand in those early days to model the action of lifting and tilting too.
Can I serve formula in the 360 cup?
Formula can be served up in the 360 cup as long as it is fully dissolved. Clumped formula may cause obstruction and the seal to leak so it would be best to mix your formula and then pour into the 360 cup to avoid this.
Can I serve breastmilk or milk in the 360 cup?
Yes, you can serve breastmilk or cow’s/alternative milk in your 360 cup. The base is microwave safe so you can also heat to serve if you like. We recommend warming in 20-30 second increments and checking the temperature to ensure it is not too warm for your tot.
Can I serve juice in the 360 cup?
Taking guidance from the Australian Dental Association (ADA), we wouldn’t recommend giving young one’s juice or other flavoured drinks due to the risk of tooth decay. If however, on the odd occasion you choose to give your child some juice (or even better watered down juice) it can be served up in the 360 cup. Just be mindful of juice with pulp that may stick to the silicone rim, affecting the flow of liquid and requiring a more thorough clean.