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- FDA approved food grade silicone packs down into the smallest open space of your bag
- Collapsible for easy packing, yet made to retain their shape
- This product is BPA free
- Temperature resistant to 400 Degree F
- Easy clean-up – hand wash using soap and water
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Collapsible for easy packing, yet made to retain their shape, these bowls are perfect for hot and cold foods on-the-go. Made of flexible food grade silicone. Temperature resistant to 400 Degree F. Easy clean-up – hand wash using soap and water.
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Most trekker's mug-pots are single wall to afford boiling/cooking, so keeping liquids hot to enjoy their 450mL to 700mL capacity isn't what they do best. This little cup keeps a full cup (8oz/240mL) of coffee or tea hot all the while you enjoy it. (To-the-brim is foolish, but closes in on 10oz.) Of course it's a squishy cup, so don't squeeze it; it's rigid enough to do the job, not at all floppy nor weak-walled spill-nuisance.
The bowl is similar in rigidity and being cool-enough-to-the-hand when filled with hot stuff. Again, don't fill to brim, and if a soup rather than porridge, be sure to hold in the hand at the base for best stability of the walls. Their sizes are good for their purposes, their walls are high to prevent slop-over, their inner surfaces are slick and easy to wash out, their outer surfaces are grippy to be easy to hold, they're made from high temp silicone to hold up to hot stuff and to spring back to shape after being squashed into a weird space. On the other hand, don't poke, pierce, tear, rip, or otherwise come into contact with a sharp object and don't get too near open flame - they're only made from silicone after all.
The trekker needs to consider that these are light weight and squish down to fit anywhere, but can't be scrubbed out with sand, washed with ashes, and sterilized on the coals of the fire. So some will stick to their Titanium or Stainless mug-pot or Sierra cup, but for many other hikers and campers, these will be a pleasure to have along to keep their coffee, soup, and stew hot enough to enjoy to the end and hands warm, not burned while being served.
The size of the bowl is great for wet shaving but the top 1/4 of the bowl curves up. A quick trim with an Xacto knife just above the molded seam and it is perfect. Does in fact "squish" down for packing anywhere so a great travel companion. Using some Proraso creme and a travel brush, whips up a great lather and very easy to clean out since it flips inside-out to rinse easily.
No use at present for the cup but I will reserve final judgement after a few trips- I don't trust the glasses in hotel rooms unless they are the wrapped plastic ones so it may be useful after all.
The cup is tiny, like everyone said. Perfect for my <20lb dog. The bowl will be good for use in camp on regular backpacking trips. They squish down well but do collect lint, so if you're going to be eating out of them yourself, get a nylon sack or something to keep them clean.
-Shove it anywhere in your pack; it fits in those small voids nicely.
-Flip it inside out after your meal to lick it clean before washing, yum.
-Very durable, mine shows no signs of wear or stain.
-With 'squishy' in the name it should come as no surprise that you need to be careful while handling the bowl full of your dinner. I find this is offset by the pros.
In summary, this bowl and an old spoon from my kitchen is all I need for dishes while backpacking. It is great for breakfast, coffee, and dinner. It cleans nicely with no stains or human detectable odors. Both of my sons have their own and they think they are very cool. I did buy bowl/cup combo but have not used the cup for years; that is simply my preference.
the small cup can easily hold 6 oz (8 oz full), while the bowl can hold 14 oz (tad over 16 oz full)... this is just fine for me
the bowl is almost too big for my needs, and i'm a bit worried about how 'floppy' it is, especially when filled with hot liquid, such as a noodle soup
but the real utility of this set is that the items compress and fit into my small lumbar pack or handlebar bag on my bike
they'll work just fine when i cook lunch off the trail or the MUP
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Cons: During my first backpacking trip with the bowl, the bowl cracked in two...Read more