CUPKIN recalls 346,000 stainless steel children’s cups

Photo source: CPSC

The cups contain excessive levels of lead

CUPKIN of Bothell, Wash., is recalling about 346,000 double-walled stainless steel children’s cups.

The cups contain levels of lead that exceed the federal lead content ban. Lead is toxic if ingested by young children and can cause adverse health effects.

No incidents or illnesses are reported.

This recall involves improperly manufactured 8-oz. and 12-oz. models of CUPKIN double-walled stainless steel children’s cups sold in pairs.

Both sizes were sold in 12 different color combinations including a matching straw: blue and green, pink and purple, blue and gray, peach and teal, black and white, coral and yellow, green and pink, polignac and potpourri, brown and peach, rust and salmon, aqua and periwinkle, and cobalt and mint.

"Cupkin" is printed on the front bottom of the cups.

The cups, manufactured in China, were sold online at and from January 2018, through March 2023, for about $20.

What to do

Consumers should immediately take the cups away from children and stop using them. Contact CUPKIN for a full refund.

CUPKIN and Amazon are contacting all known purchasers directly.

Consumers may contact CUPKIN toll-free at (888) 721-0096 Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (PT), by email at, or online at to fill out the Recall Refund Request form and click “Submit Form” at the bottom of page when you have completed it.

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