Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Reflo Review & Giveaway

Disclosure: I received these product/products mentioned on my blog free of charge for the purpose of this review my opinions are my own and may differ from yours!



I received a blue & green Reflo cup to review on my blog. I have to say whoever discovered these are a genius boy if I knew these existed when my son was born in 2007 and I was blogging than I would have snatched these up in a heartbeat. These are amazing and very good for toddlers that just had thrown away their bottles and are starting to drink out of a cup these Relfo cups are a great way to start. They have a Reflo insert that is cleat it's a way to not have a big mess while your child drinks out of the cup it has little slits around the corners of the insert which is really beneficial.



A closer look at the insert above from Reflo website. It's the clear circle in front of the cup.


 So I filled up the green Reflo cup halfway up to wear the insert secretly fits in you'll know when you place in the cup.

                            
                                  

This here is Jayden he is my friends son he is only 2 years old and he is a pro already with using the Reflo cup. He is so proud and loves using this cup I've been over twice already and I always see this in his hand he's pretty careful with the cup anyways he is a good boy.

Check out the Reflo Video on YouTube

You can purchase Reflo cups online on their store or you can see where they sell them at; at your local stores. Find out where you can find a store near you!

Be sure to like Reflo on Facebook

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2 comments:

  1. Hey lady! Saw that you entered another FP giveaway on another blog and wanted to share this one with you also that I’m hosting through Monday. Good luck!
    Giveaway: FP Giveaway

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  2. I think it's cool because it's simple and seems to work! I think it'd be good for people with disabilities and mobility problems as well as for kids. I might gift this to my friend with a disabled son.

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