Delta Bowl with Lid

Delta Bowl with Lid

Sea to Summit

$13.95

The Delta Bowl is lightweight and easy to clean, with a thumb grip on the side allowing you to easily hold the bowl in one hand and eat with the other. The bowl base uses a patented Protex hex pattern which reduces weight and helps disperse surface temperature. The lid forms a neat press fit over the bowl and can double as an additional plate or food preparation surface. 
  • Steep sidewalls keeps contents inside
  • Hard wearing and cut resistant
  • Measurement increments on the inside
  • BPA-free and dishwasher safe
Capacity: 27fl oz / 800ml
Weight: 5.2oz / 145g

Description

The Delta Bowl is lightweight and easy to clean, with a thumb grip on the side allowing you to easily hold the bowl in one hand and eat with the other. The bowl base uses a patented Protex hex pattern which reduces weight and helps disperse surface temperature. The lid forms a neat press fit over the bowl and can double as an additional plate or food preparation surface. 

  • Steep sidewalls keeps contents inside
  • Hard wearing and cut resistant
  • Measurement increments on the inside
  • BPA-free and dishwasher safe

Capacity: 27fl oz / 800ml
Weight: 5.2oz / 145g

Additional information

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