1. GLOWING HANDLE
2. SPILL-FREE NIPPLE & EXTRA SOFT SPOUT
STEP 1 Spill-free nipple: The spill-free nipple with its SkinSoftTM silicone surface makes switching from breastfeeding to bottle or Trainer+ easy and supports baby’s first independent drinking attempts.
STEP 2 Spill-free extra soft spout: With the spill-free extra soft spout babies learn the transition from breast or bottle to Trainer + or cup easily.
3. DUST CAP
4. WIDE OPENING
°BPA/BPS free: All MAM bottles are made from materials free of BPS and BPA (BPA Free in accordance with Regulation (EU) No.321/2011)
All MAM products are made from materials free of BPA and BPS
MAM SkinSoft™ Silicone: easily accepted by babies – for a familiar feeling
Spill free: for a first independent feeding
Extra-soft spout – ideal for baby’s first cup
The glow in the dark function makes this product easy to find in the dark
For babies from 4 months
Four-month-old babies love drinking from a cup. The MAM Cup range provides them with the ideal support here. This will ensure that baby makes the perfect transition from breastfeeding or bottle feeding to independent drinking.
Bisphenol A (BPA) is an important component for the manufacturing of polycarbonate (PC), whereas Bisphenol S (BPS) is an organic chemical used to make polysulfone. Among other items, food packaging, plastic utensils and baby bottles are just a few examples of products made with PC, whereas the main usage of BPS is in thermal papers and inks. The problem: Trace amounts of chemical substances gradually leach out of the plastic into the food and might eventually get into the body. This can affect small children and infants in particular.
As a result of exposure to BPA, experts and studies have seen disruptions to the hormone system and brain, diabetes and heart damage as well as an increased risk of cancer. Although scientific evidence is not yet conclusive, the European Commission - based on the precautionary principle - has banned the usage of BPA in baby bottles in order to protect the health and safety of babies and small children.