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Munchie Mug Review & Giveaway Ends 11/28/09 Black Friday Event

Ok so as I sit here with the Munchie Mug, I was thinking  …. “hmmm, how can I bust this little dude, surely the snacks are going to fall out”. Sheesh, was I wrong! Each time I add an item, I am not taking any out.
I started with a halloween bat ring, added the lid, and shook it HARD upside down.
Hmmm again, so I add a cough drop.
SHAKE!
Nothing fell out.
Determined that this patent pending fabric closure was bound to give in, I add a small lighter. (don’t add these things to your Munchie Mug for yourself or your child please.)
And again I shake!
Nothing falls out.
So I add a regular sized lighter, and again I’m shaking the dickens out of this Munchie Mug. Nothing fell out.

I’m now adding a 1 ounce tube of lotion. This is getting rather heavy. I shook the mess out of it yet again. I really thought the lotion would come out of the mug upside down, since it’s tubular shaped, yet still nothing has come out of the Munchie Mug.
Ok so, I added a quarter, a nickel, a dime, and a penny. Now keep in mind, I’m shaking this REALLY hard. And I’m shaking it side to side, up and down. It sort of looks like I’m throwing a tantrum. lol

I did find that if I deliberately shook The Munchie Mug the direction of the slit in the lid, I couldn’t get anything more than 2 coins to fall out. I kept ALL other items in the Munchie Mug. I put the 2 coins that fell out back into the mug and shook again, all directions. The 2nd try none of the coins, or other items fell out. So after sitting here for about a half an hour shaking, and adding items to the Munchie Mug, only once did anything fall out. I really thought that if the slit in the fabric opened and anything fell out, that other things would fall out as well. Sort of like a dominoe effect with the opening. Yet it did not happen.

Munchie Mug scores a 5/5 for me.

Munchie Mug comes in 3 colors.

Pretty good test run, if I do say so myself. I’ll be keeping Munchie Mugs around our house for little ones. I can very easily see how this would save a huge mess in the house or in the car. And I think I’ll be adding a Munchie Mug to each of our vehicles. We often go fishing in the summer, and where we go we have to use four wheel drive, usually not a smooth ride.

Thinking more on the Munchie Mug, not only does it keep goodies in, but it keeps ickies out!

The Munchie Mug has my personal Mom Seal Of Approval. And after my own little “tests”, I love the Munchie Mug.


Now, some product features, information from Munchie Mug’s website.

Features:

* Secure Screw-On Top with Easy Grip Handle
* Soft fabric closure for sensitive little hands
* Easy to clean: Top Rack Dishwasher Safe
* Great for healthy snacking: Cereals, dried fruits, crackers, etc.
* Additional stay-fresh lid included for keeping snacks fresh when mug is not in use
* Economically friendly: Made in the United States of America
* Child friendly: Made of all FDA food grade compliant materials
* Environmentally friendly: Made of 100% recyclable materials & eliminates waste created by plastic snack baggies that are used once and thrown away. Use the Munchie Mug, again, again, and again!!!

If I haven’t covered something here that you would like to know, please visit the Munchie Mug FAQ Page.

With the goal of child safety in mind and a dedication to American Manufacturing, it is our hope that the Munchie Mug will set new standards for children’s products. We believe that the Munchie Mug is superior in function and design to other products of similar use. And in a day and age when product recalls are commonplace, we have made the effort to guarantee that our product is constructed with only FDA food grade approved materials. It is very important to us that the Munchie Mug is both environmentally and economically friendly. Purchasing a Munchie Mug is making a decision to create a better world for ourselves and our children.

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Can’t wait to see if you’re the winner of the Munchie Mug? Buy It!
Munchie Mug $15.95 each
Price includes shipping and handling to anywhere in the USA.

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This giveaway will end on 11/28/09 @ 9AM EST

I was sent a Munchie Mug sample for review, I was not paid any monetary compensation for this review. This post is my opinion and should be taken as just that. Having received samples has no impact on my opinion, personal use, experience, like or dislike for any product.

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  1. Children as young as 10 months can use these and they have a place where you can write childs name

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  12. Each Munchie mug comes with a clear threaded solid lid to keep food fresh until needed.

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  18. LOVE it!! They come with lids for freshness!! Thanks for the chance.
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  19. I love that there’s a special extra solid lid to keep the snacks fresh.

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  24. I learned it’s for kiddos 10 months and over!

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  25. I learned that:

    There is a small writable band on the lower portion of the special lid where names may be placed with a permanent marking pen.

    Comment by Katrina | 6 November, 2009

  26. blue please

    Comment by littlelatina | 6 November, 2009

  27. love that they have 3 colors now! And that it’s made in the USA, BPA free and soft for little hands.

    Comment by dreamer | 6 November, 2009

  28. A child must be at least 10 months old to use the Munchie Mug.

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    Comment by Deborah | 6 November, 2009

  29. I learned that there is a small writable band on the lower portion of the special lid where names may be placed with a permanent marking pen.

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  34. It is made from polypropylene, so it is very sturdy!

    Comment by Kristie | 7 November, 2009

  35. I learned that the entire Mug is made from polypropylene (fabric is 85% polypropylene) and can take lots of dropping and normal child-type abuse with little or no damage.

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    Comment by heatherbrandt | 7 November, 2009

  36. It not only keeps the snacks safe, but it keeps them fresh!

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  40. I read that they have found that children as young as 10 months old can learn to use the Mug. Those under 18 months may need a little training – but the fact is a hungry child learns very quickly.

    Comment by Vicki Wurgler | 8 November, 2009

  41. There’s a special lid to keep everything fresh!
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  52. You can even personalize the mug writing on the band on the lower portion of the lid with a permanent marker.

    Comment by MagMom | 10 November, 2009

  53. I learned that you can put it in the dishwasher, which surprised me.

    Comment by Rosey | 11 November, 2009

  54. The website said since the cups look the same that they have a writable band on them that you can use a permanent marker to write the child’s name on it. 🙂

    Comment by Amanda | 13 November, 2009

  55. I learned that if you have more than one mug there is a small writable band on the lower portion of the special lid where names may be placed with a permanent marking pen.

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  63. My grandson Zack will LOVE this Munchie Mug! (well maybe his Mom will love it even more!!)

    Comment by Ginny Gabrysh | 19 November, 2009

  64. I got to your website purely by accident as I was researching the Munchie Mug. Love the made in the USA as well as it being BPA free!

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  67. I learned that all you need to do to dry the fabric part is press against both sides of the fabric at the same time with 2 pieces of dry cloth or paper towels.

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  70. It’s dishwasher-safe, which is awesome! 🙂
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  85. it can only be purchased thru their web store and there is only one size the 16 oz cup

    Comment by Vicki Wurgler | 26 November, 2009

  86. I learned that Munchie Mug is 100% proudly made in America with safety in mind.

    Comment by Erma | 26 November, 2009

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  88. I learned that children as young as 10 months old can learn to use the Mug. Those under 18 months may need a little training though.

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  92. There is a small writable band on the lower portion of the special lid where names may be placed with a permanent marking pen.

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  96. I learned that there is a small writable band on the cup where you can write your child’s name.

    Comment by Aniela | 27 November, 2009

  97. I learned that each Munchie Mug is supplied with a clear threaded solid lid that can replace the special fabric lid and keep the food fresh whenever the Mug is not in use.

    Comment by Lisa | 27 November, 2009

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  101. Munchie Mug is 100% proudly made in America with safety in mind 🙂

    Comment by Gianna | 27 November, 2009

  102. I learned that children as young as 10 months old can learn to use the Mug

    Comment by DanV | 28 November, 2009


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