Best Buys Reviews & shopping Feeding equipment Feeding equipment that mums can’t do without 1 of Ad break Mums vote on the best feeding equipment The best bottles, cups, bowls that make a mum’s life that little bit easier. Finalist: Brother Max 4-in-1 CupThis funky looking cup is designed to take your baby from bottle to cup, so you don’t have to buy lots of different cups. The ‘open’ cup mode has a handy sipper ring because learning can be messy at times! Read the review. £5.99 Finalist: Amadeus 360º Toddler 2nd GenerationThis spill-resistant cup helps a child progress from a spouted cup to a beaker. Made with an anti-bacterial additive to help give extra protection from germs. £3.49 Finalist: Brother Max Milk Powder DispenserThis dispenser has an extra-long spout, so you can pour powder straight into a bottle. Plus, it turns on its side, rather than upside down, so the powder pours straight out rather than into difficult-to-clean corners. £4.99 Continue slideshow > Bronze Award: Vital Baby Un-believ-a-bowl Suction BowlThe super-suction means this bowl sticks fast to a highchair limiting spillages. From £3.99 Silver Award: NUK First Choice BPA-free Learner BottleAvailable in four colours, this bottle has large grippable removable handles. £4.85 Gold Award: Tommee Tippee Explora Active SipperThis beaker allows the liquid to flow as soon as your child puts his mouth to the spout and then it seals when he lets go. Perfect for learning to drink without sucking too hard. Read the review. £3.99 By Rachel Malcolm Comments Latest on MadeForMums Mum's warning after daughter's hat caught on slide almost strangles her Why pregnant Natalie Portman skipped the Oscars Mum becomes pregnant with twins SIX WEEKS after giving birth Do you know how to do the car seat pinch test?