Potty Training, Toys scattered everywhere, tantrums. Parents’ lives are hectic as it is. Throw in sippy cup/bottle parts everywhere and you practically have a tornado.
If you’re a mom than you already KNOW what I’m talking about. Sippy cups can become lost VERY quickly. I don’t know how many sippy cups we’ve lost through the 5 years with my son and daughter. Sippies and bottles can be quite expensive too.
So, I was excited to get the chance to review the PRK Products Sippy Cup Organizer. It has not only saved me time, but it’s saved my sanity and MONEY. This is white plastic tier that comes with a basket to store the tops and assorted parts in.
So, it’s best when you can keep everything together, that way nothing get’s lost. You will save money by not having to buy a ton of sippy cups, and you’ll spend less time looking for sippy cup parts. This makes for a happier mom and child!
It stores up to 12 sippy cups or bottles at a time, so it does hold quite a bit. It loads horizontally, and uses gravity to push another bottle or sippy towards the front when one is taken out. This is heaven. As soon as they are washed, you can just load them in.
The best thing about it is that it’s compatible with over 30 of the best baby bottles and sippy cup brands. So you aren’t sorting through trying to figure out what’s going to fit and what isn’t. Most DO, there isn’t any that I’ve found that don’t.
It is adjustable, so you won’t have to buy a new product when your baby outgrows a bottle. You can just pull it apart and wa-lah. Instantly bigger. It expands to three different sizes, accommodating bottles up to 7.25 inches tall
It not only keeps everything in one place, but it helps save space inside your home. It can be used in the freezer, refrigerator, or cabinet. No matter where you want to store it, it will fit! Easy to access, easy to find anything you need.
BUY IT: You can buy the Bottle/ Sippy Cup Organizer for $29.95
Disclosure: This isn’t a sponsored post, products were sent for review purposes only. The opinions in this post are completely honest and not influenced in any way.