Sunday, August 19, 2012

Magic Tap





Have you ever been in the middle of something when your child said, "I'm Thirsty, can I have some Juice?" knowing that if they got it it would end up on the floor? The truth is, most juice, milk, and water jugs are just too heavy for children, especially young children.

So... what to do? Well, you can try The Magic Tap

The Magic Tap allows your child to be more independent and allows you to worry less about a mess! 

The Magic Tap is a battery operated straw. All you have to do is attach it to the juice, milk, or other beverage bottle! When the lever is pressed down, the straw sucks up the liquid and dispenses it in a nice stream- right into what you need it to. No bulky bottles to lift, and no worries about a gallon of milk being wasted!


We found that it was PERFECT for movie night. We brought the juice out and was able to place it on our coffee table. The kids were able to help themselves and we didn't have to worry about them pouring and spilling the juice on our carpet. The kids all really enjoyed having the independence to get their own drink when they wanted it. 

The Magic Tap is also great to have in a gallon of milk. Simply place the gallon on the door shelf in your fridge and your child can use The Magic Tap to add milk to cereal!

When I first saw The Magic Tap on TV, I didn't see that it was run by batteries. So, when I received The Magic Tap and realized that it needed them, I was concerned. Things with batteries usually go through a lot of batteries in our house. I'm happy to say we've been using the same batteries in our Magic Tap for about a month now! 

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21 fantastic comments:

Sherry Conrad said...

I want to win for my grandson so he can help himself when he wants a drink.

Jenna P said...

I'd like to win this for my niece. She's only 2 but she could probably work this!

Amanda said...

This would help the front tile in front of my fridge stay non sticky! LOL We won't even mention the inside of it!
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Carolann Foerch said...

great idea for when the grandchildren com over...or even for me so I don't have to lift the heavy jugs myself.

Angela M. said...

My almost 3 year old is constantly pulling beverage containers out of the fridge and trying to pour them himself. This would definitely cut down on messes for us.

Oona said...

I saw these & wondered how well they worked... Now I want one! My kids are constantly spilling milk while trying to get their own cereal.

Mommy Minded said...

For my boys!

Mommy Minded said...

I wrote that I was commenting as Megan and I forgot that I come up as Mommy Minded! ;)

ReggieMann said...

I want to win so my niece can dispense her own bottled juice

Carolyn Daley said...

I want to win to make it easier to dispense juice without worrying about it spilling all over the kitchen

Safiyyah Abdurrahman said...

I would like this for my daughters.

Gates family said...

I have two younger kids I think this would work great for.

brich2222 said...

want to win this so we do not have as many spills and accidents in the kitchen!


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cassandra said...

I want to win because it prevents messes!

shanta spradlin said...

I have a 4yr old who likes to get his drinks on his own, and makes a big mess. This would be easy and less messy.

Brad Merrell said...

This would be very convenient

kathy pease said...

id love this so my son doesnt make so many messes

daveshir2005 said...

This would be awesome for our milk.

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DistractedMommy said...

This would be great for my 5year old who keeps asking to pour her own milk!

ladyt64 said...

My son has low muscle tone and this would be great so that he wouldn't have to try to get the milk out of the fridge for us to pour.

Sarah Yurga said...

I would like to win to stop some of the spills at my house!

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