X Bowl

X Bowl

Sea to Summit

$16.95

The X-Bowl™ is made from flexible, food grade silicone that collapses easily to form a small disc that can slide into any pack with ease. The Nylon base may be used as a cutting board when the X-Bowl™ is flipped upside down, making it a multi-purpose and functional piece of dinnerware.

Features:
  • Stable rigid base with flexible food grade silicone side walls that can withstand temperatures up to 300°F
  • Collapses flat for compact packing
  • Calibrated ridges act as a measuring cup
  • Cut resistant base is great for chopping and cutting food
  • Spill-resistant and easy to pour from
  • BPA free 
Capacity: 22 fl oz / 650ml
Depth: 2.25" / 5.5cm
Diameter: 5" / 12.5cm
Weight: 2.8oz / 80g

Description

The X-Bowl™ is made from flexible, food grade silicone that collapses easily to form a small disc that can slide into any pack with ease. The Nylon base may be used as a cutting board when the X-Bowl™ is flipped upside down, making it a multi-purpose and functional piece of dinnerware.

Features:

  • Stable rigid base with flexible food grade silicone side walls that can withstand temperatures up to 300°F
  • Collapses flat for compact packing
  • Calibrated ridges act as a measuring cup
  • Cut resistant base is great for chopping and cutting food
  • Spill-resistant and easy to pour from
  • BPA free 

Capacity: 22 fl oz / 650ml
Depth: 2.25″ / 5.5cm
Diameter: 5″ / 12.5cm
Weight: 2.8oz / 80g

Additional information

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