Non-Sterile Graduated Plastic Medicine Cups, 100 Count

By | May 19, 2018
Non-Sterile Graduated Plastic Medicine Cups, 100 Count

Translucent cups suitable for dispensing both liquid and dry medications

  • Disposable 1 oz. Medicine Cups
  • Plastic, 1 oz.
  • 1 Pack containing 100 Medicine Cups.

3 thoughts on “Non-Sterile Graduated Plastic Medicine Cups, 100 Count

  1. B.
    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Not as Pictured!!!!! Very Thin, March 4, 2016
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    B. (Houston) –

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    This review is from: Non-Sterile Graduated Plastic Medicine Cups, 100 Count (Misc.)
    Not the same cups as pictured. I received cups with a large lip on the top.. disappointed… if i wanted cups with lips i would have ordered cups with lips. Very Thin

  2. M. Ledyard
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good, but flimsy, March 16, 2016
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    M. Ledyard (Lone Star State) –

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    This review is from: Non-Sterile Graduated Plastic Medicine Cups, 100 Count (Misc.)
    I bought these to use for mixing two-part epoxy, which I use to coat thread wraps on fishing rods, as well as heads and bodies for flies I tie. I needed something that had graduated marks so I could mix the parts in the correct proportions. They work fine for that. I like that the marks are molded in and not printed, which could rub off. I dinged it a star because they are very flimsy, and through the process of vigorously mixing epoxy, I have cracked a few. They are not like the ones you get when you buy medicine. I would not buy these for my kids to take medicine from. But for less than a nickel apiece, I can afford to mix a batch of epoxy, and then throw away the cup. I think next time I’ll look for something a little more durable.
  3. IHeartOnlineShopping
    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    If you don’t mind different cup styles and different measurement markings, you’ll love these cups!, July 19, 2017
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    This review is from: Non-Sterile Graduated Plastic Medicine Cups, 100 Count (Misc.)
    I love the convenience of individual medicine cups. I use these cups for measuring cough syrup, liquid antacids, and rice vinegar. Most of the time these cups are used on a daily basis in our household. After years of “reinfecting” other family members when someone had a cold or a bad cough by rewashing the cups included with cough syrup, we’ve switched to the disposable cups. I love the disposable cups, but this Amazon listing is a DISASTER!

    Wrong information on the Amazon item page:
    Item weight-the item weight is listed at 17.2 pounds
    Actual weight-You only get 100 cups, they don’t way anywhere near that much
    Model number-listed as DYND80000
    Actual model number-you never know which variety of cups you’ll receive: DYND70000, DYND80000, or DYND90000
    Product features-lists item as 50 pack/case, 50 tubes/case, and 5,000 each/case
    Actual quantity-100 cups
    Measurements-lists item as having: 1-8 drams, 1/8-1 fluid ounce, 1-2 tablespoons, and 2.5-30 mL and cc
    Actual measurements-depends on which cup you receive

    I wish Amazon would make three separate listings for the three separate types of Medline brand cups being sold on this page. There are three unique types of cups with three unique measurement intervals and they should not be grouped together. I wish Amazon would get their act together on this one, because it’s frustrating as a consumer.

    I have received three different model numbers of cups from this listing. I have purchased this listing 10 times between April 3, 2015 and June 1, 2017. The three different model numbers of cups I have received are: DYND70000, DYND80000, and DYND90000. I wouldn’t mind it if the cups were comparable, but they aren’t. The cups are completely different among the three types. Some of the cups have lips on them, some do not. The cups without the lip are superior to the cups with a lip. The cups without the lip are crystal clear while the cups with a lip are foggy. Unfortunately I only have two of the three kinds right now, so it’s hard to say which one is which at this point (since no model number was on the cups I received, and I only found out they were different by calling Medline).

    DYND70000-these cups only have milliliter markings, and do not have any other markings on them.
    DYND80000-these cups have the most markings: 1-8 drams, 1/8-1 fluid ounce, 1-2 tablespoons, 2.5-40 milliliters and cc’s
    DYND90000-these cups only have milliliter and cc markings

    If you need a specific type of measurement, I recommend that you purchase these medicine cups from somewhere else. I end up pulling up a conversion calculator on Google, and writing down the intervals I needed, but it’s confusing to keep track of the changes. Additionally, these cups are bulk cups that have been repackaged. This might be a problem if you are expecting a pristine package of brand new cups. You never know who is repackaging these or where, which can be concerning.

    The biggest problem I have with the different cups is that some are really, really thin, and others are really, really thick. I love the ones without the lip, they are durable and the sides don’t try to collapse in when the cups are filled to the brim with cough syrup. The cloudy cups on the other hand have slides that bend in slightly when you pick the cup up and it’s filled to the top. This is so frustrating, and I’ve spilled liquids more times than I wish to count.

    For now, I have no choice but to keep ordering these, as everywhere else wants either a lot more money or you have to buy thousands at a time, which I don’t have room to store. But I really wish Amazon would clean up this listing. This would be a five star rating if Amazon would clean up this product page.

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