Gyro Bowl
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  • So, when I saw this bowl on the commercial, it looked like the perfect solution to the problem
  • I thought that was a fair price, if the product lived up to its claims
  • So far, the bowls have come in really handy to hold snacks for the little ones, and I find that I don’t need to clean up nearly as much as I did before I bought the bowls
  • I would recommend this product to anyone with little ones, although it is not actually spill-proof, I would say it is spill-resistant, and that is good enough for me
  • I think the product is worth the price when you get the buy on get one free special deal

    • by mariekay
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      When I first saw the commercial on TV for the Gyro Bowl, I knew I needed to have it in the house. I have young children in my care from the ages of 18 months to 2 years old. The kids have at least 1 snack a day, and usually it’s crackers, cheerios, popcorn, or something similar. I have tried everything to contain the snacks, such as putting them in a plastic cup, but inevitably the snack always ends up all over the floor, and sometimes all through the house. Obviously the little ones think it’s fun to tip a bowl up side down, or to dump the contents of a cup full of crackers. This has lead to many, many clean-ups, and occasionally, stains on

      the carpets. I usually find myself vacuuming at least 2-3 times per day to pick up the ground-in crumbs out of the carpet.

      So, when I saw this bowl on the commercial, it looked like the perfect solution to the problem. The bowl is kind of like a bowl and a toy at the same time. The inner bowl spins inside the outer base, keeping the contents of the bowl from spilling. In fact, the commercial said the bowl was spill-PROOF. So, I ordered the product, which was actually two bowls for $14.99. I thought that was a fair price, if the product lived up to its claims.

      The first time I used the bowls, I put some goldfish crackers inside each one and gave them to the ...


      • kids. The kids seemed to be quite interested in the unique bowls, and they took to them right away. The bowls proved to be spill resistant, but I would not say that they prevented all spills, as a couple of the goldfish crackers managed to escape. The thing I liked about the bowls, though, was that when the kids tried to dump them out, they did not spill. One of the babies actually seemed to get annoyed that the crackers were not spilling all over the floor, but instead, staying inside the bowl. So, the bowls provided a container for the food, as well as some entertainment for the kids.

        The bowls are meant for dry items only. They are not designed for liquid. I

        don’t put the bowls in the dishwasher because I’m afraid it would warp the two parts and they would not be able to snap together any more. What I do is just rinse the bowls with warm water and soap after each use. So far, the bowls have come in really handy to hold snacks for the little ones, and I find that I don’t need to clean up nearly as much as I did before I bought the bowls. I would recommend this product to anyone with little ones, although it is not actually spill-proof, I would say it is spill-resistant, and that is good enough for me. I think the product is worth the price when you get the buy on get one free special deal.




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