There are increments on the sides of the measurements
It is lightweight and cool to touch because the base features a hexagonal pattern
Designed for hard wear and cut resistance
An integrated loop for carabineer hanger attaches to the thumb grip
Selected User Reviews For Sea to Summit Delta Bowl
Six inches is the diameter of the bowl
The height of this item is 2 inches. There are 1 fingers extending from the thumb tab. Each half of the bowl measures 25 inches in diameter and about 2 inches in diameter. A 5 inch square base.
| Dec 28, 2020
a bowl that I use only This is the only bowl you will Regularly I microwave it, add boiling hot liquids to it, and scrub it to the point of letting it dry completely
Following 3 months of light use (packed tightly into my backpack and occasionally used when I had access to a microwave), followed by 1 month of daily use, I can say that this bowl is showing no signs of wear or tear. The situation is especially critical when a hot liquid is used. If you support the bowl's main weight with your finger and use the little gripper tab, then the small tab is just big enough to hold on to the bowl. The cross-cultural aspect is the only thing that makes this possible This product received a 5/5. I would buy it.
| Jun 11, 2021
I'm glad you like On a weekend hike in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, I took the book along with me for a weekend hiking along Picture Rocks National Lake Shore
Simply attached it to the outside of my pack with a carabiner or strapped it to the loop of my backpack. My favorite bit about this bowl is that I can dump hot food in it without burning Heat dissipation is helped by the textured bottom, isn't it? Eh. . . I don't know if it's a lot of an improvement, but the plastic is thicker, which makes a noticeable difference, and the design increases surface area, which allows for better heat dissipation. It just seems sensible on paper. There is another reviewer who says that since the bottom is so slippery, it is hard to clean. As long as it's clean, it will stay that way. As I was on my last day that day, one meal did leave a bit of an odor on the bowl, but I believe it was my own fault for not washing thoroughly and for not using soap. Maple and brown sugar oatmeal was the source of the smell. In order to keep it out of his sight, I had to keep it on my hand for quite a while. It seems this is not a chance occurrence. While some meals left an unpleasant smell, others did not. A "thanksgiving dinner" was served (instant potatoes, stuffing, dried cranberries, turkey jerky), chicken and rice with cream of mushroom and French onion soup mix, and chicken/rice/salsa/cheese As soon as I have completed my research, I will update this review. Lastly, I own the Delta Plates, which are also great, but they are designed for car camping or to go You can't backpack with them because they're too big. In fact, the only reason I took the bowl backpacking was because I shared a single pot with a group. A solo backpacking trip would require me to ditch the bowl entirely and eat out of the pot that I use to cook.
| Feb 22, 2021
This is not a disappointment at all
The review for the Delta plate and bowl is the same as the previous one. Please forgive me for being hasty. Please note that these pieces are not suitable for the ultra-skinny There are some common features between the bowl and the plate There are three things that I loved about this pack the thumb grip with a carabiner hole (which I used to clip the two together and then to the outside of my pack), the honeycomb pattern to regulate heat and weight, The collapsible set was on my radar, but I am very satisfied with the light weight and durability of this set. The gear made by Sea to Summit is excellent.
Any dish or bowl can get hot if filled with very hot food, but both can get hot when filled with very hot food. The price is great, the construction is solid, and the weight is perfect. Considering the cost of this set, it's a good buy. They are both great purchases that I am glad I made.
| Mar 12, 2021
With boiling water, it cannot be used
"S2s Summit bowl" is a sport. I received it yesterday and I am surprised at its content. When I put boiling water into it, the hexagon stamps in the base did very little to stop the transfer of heat. It's too painful! The heat is too much to handle. The bottom of the cup could have used one taller ring like rice bowls have. The thumb rest is cool, but it is positioned so you have to use your left hand for it. It would have been easier to make My decision to not return the bowl is based on this being a tough test, and the bowl itself appears to be.
| Jul 27, 2020
It worked for me, I like it
As long as now it does the trick, it's pretty, but it's a bowl, so I don't know how good it is There is nothing spectacular about this. Due to the amount of space it takes up in my bag, I will probably need to find something foldable The following format was used by all of our guides There were a lot of cool things going on with it. Before the summit of the next mountain, I'll be grabbing one.
| Jul 24, 2020
The stars are on the rise
Bowls are nice, but they do not nest the way some people.
| Sep 10, 2020
It is not packaged with a Thank you for visiting! It was implied that the product had a lid in its description
When I received the product and then I re-examined it, I noticed The bowl is fairly nice, but I also saw it for $3-$4, so I'm not sure how long it will last. Two different outdoor stores offer the same product for $4 less.
| Jan 18, 2021