The Snack Trap

The Snack Trap
The Snack Trap
List Price: $7.95 $5.95 You Save: $2.00 (25%)
Discontinued
Designed for children ages 1-5, the Snack-Trap Toddler Snack Cup allows little hands in and out for gathering snacks, but keeps snacks from spilling when the cup is turned over -- knocked, dropped or thrown. The unique Snack-Trap lid automatically closes when she removes her hand.

FEATURES INCLUDE:
* 7oz cup with lid
* Soft edged, sturdy yet gentle flaps let little hands in and out
* Two easy-to-hold handles
* Weighted bottom to prevent tipping
* Children can see and reach food with ease
* Use at home, in the car, at the park and on errands
* Keeps other objects out of the cup
* Includes 1 cup with assorted images and 1 lid
* Fewer spills, less mess, waste and frustration
* Toddlers can "Do it Themselves"
* For 1 and up

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Product Specifications

CodeTST_006
SKUmw-mw-aids-snacktrap
UPC 855386000768
Color White , Black
Product Type Snack Container
Product Gender Unisex
Theme Teddy Bears
Product Audience Kids
Material Plastic
Department Car + Automotive

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