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Munchkin Caterpillar Spillers Stacking Cups

Technical Details

  • Item Weight: 2.4 ounces
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 3 x 3.4 inches
  • Origin: China
  • UPC: 885456493008 786417009361 885721841824 885971788122 885336760749 885831189519 885528997748 885260632587 885156265455 885592886054 885619785933 885477812246 796629108677 735282110801 737923377772 885599080523 885612626295 885822129227 798256253959 885837983210 885807532288
  • Item model number: 11080
  • Target gender: Unisex
  • Number of items: 1
  • Batteries required: No

Customer Reviews

Still fun 6 years later!

4 people found this helpful.
 on August 22, 2016
By Bri Harris
I received these as a baby shower gift in 2010 and they were used by my daughters until 2014 when they decided they didn’t like them anymore. We thought we were done with babies and then came our youngest in 2015. These were on sale and I couldn’t resist buying them again. This little toy was exactly how I remembered it 5 years ago which I was fine with because I never really had any complaints. I actually had regretted getting rid of them because my oldest was diagnosed with autism and one of the most calming things for her was water play.

Colorful but drains a little too fast

16 people found this helpful.
 on February 27, 2012
By newmom
My 22 month old and I have been playing with these spillers for a couple months. They are fun and colorful, but I was really hoping for cups that drained at different rates because of the various holes in them. My son loves playing with water, so I thought it would be fun for him to watch the water run out differently. These do have a variety of holes, but most of them seem to just drain really fast as if the holes are designed a little too big (it’s like you’re just pouring the water through). The head (1st cup), 2nd, and last cup are the only ones that have significant difference in draining that you can actually notice and enjoy. He does enjoy that on the few that do it and basically ignores the other cups. But they are colorful and it has been a big part of him learning his colors recently. They hook together, but don’t stay together well. Some hooks are really tight and some loose. That’s not why I got it, so I’m not that disappointed, but I’m not that impressed with how they hook or stay together.

Perfect for the bathtub

One person found this helpful.
 on March 8, 2017
By lsp0605
These are such a fun bath toy. Not only can you easily stack them one on top of the other, each one has different patterns of holes in them which lets water out in a different way. My boys love to play with cups in the bathtub and these are the perfect toy. The colors are great and the plastic seems well made. Definitely a good toy to have for little kids in the bathtub.

Fun for stacking

3 people found this helpful.
 on June 29, 2016
By Amazon Customer
Fun for stacking, dragging, water play and sand play. I just wish they didn’t All have holes. It would have been nice to have one for pouring. The holes are so big in most of them that the water just runs through before even lifting it up.

The one with a hole in the center is fun to catch his attention through and stick your finger …

 on April 17, 2015
By Biz Chick
Got these for our grandson’s first birthday. He LOVES to play in the tub! Sometimes we leave a trickle of water running so he can play in it and the tail with the spinner in it works really well under running water you can also partially submerge it and get it to work. The one with a hole in the center is fun to catch his attention through and stick your finger in to “bink” his nose. He thinks he needs to drink out of them so I’m really glad they have such huge holes to prevent much bath water from going down the hatch! The head is great for rinsing his hair out and his antennae are good handles. They also nest together and still air dry well. He isn’t too impressed when we attach the cups together. He can’t get them apart yet so that makes him mad. This toy will grow with him a while, there are numbers on the bottoms of the cups, they nest together as well as stack up into a tower, and the different designs in the cups make different shaped streams of water. I have noticed that we don’t leave the water running as much since he’s had these because the cups are very similar to the faucet and he can try to “catch” the water coming out of the cup instead of the faucet.

Great toy just wish it was a bit different

 on January 13, 2017
By Jacob Cassinat
Great toy in the tub! The cups stack inside each other, but they also can make a tower together if you turn them upside down. They have a lip on the surface that sort of links them in place. Our 1 year old loves to stack and unstack them over and over. The only thing I wish that they didn’t have was so many holes in the bottom. The face cup holds water fine and drains it out slowly so you can see the shape the water makes, but the other cups can’t hold any water at all. I wish that was different. Our child loves to play with running water, but if the cups drain too fast they aren’t really fun for that.

Fun and educational

 on August 28, 2016
By September Morne
I bought this for my 3 year old grandson to use in a sand and water table and he loves it! The cups come apart easily but he generally uses one at a time anyway. I like that the cups are numbered, brightly colored, and have different openings in the bottom.

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