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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome bowl Bowl works great. It's very stiff and sturdy yet plenty light since it's plastic. I think it's a great size. Holds plenty of food for an adult male (me) but isn't too big to pack. I haven't done much with the lid but I was surprised at how difficult it was to remove when I bought it so I imagine it seals quite well. The small "handle" is a nice touch for holding with one hand or hanging to dry. Has served my needs backpacking perfectly. Wow, I never thought I'd say so much about a bowl...
Date published: 2013-11-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Almost perfect This is the best "camping" bowl I've used by far. The bowl itself is sturdy, an excellent blend of size and capacity. Its big enough to handle a full meal serving of food. Anyone who has handled a bag of freeze dried food after its rehydrated will appreciate the hot handling features. You hold the bowl with fingertips on the bottom and your thumb on the little tab on the side. The grid spacing on the bottom keeps the heat transfer down and your thumb on the tab keeps it off the hot sides of the bowl. Thus you can hold and eat your scalding food. The inclusion of the lid transforms it from a simple bowl to a multi function utensil. The bowl and lid together are thick enough to provide some insulation to keep your food warm. Not on a long term basis but if you've cooked on thing and need to wait on another part of your meal to finish. The lids also make small plates/trays. If you're doing a little food prep and you need some clean surfaces to store something on flip the lid over and use it. You could even do a little light cutting on it but the plastic is a bit soft to use it as a cutting board. The bowl and lid together also make a decent storage compartment. On a recent trip I'd use it for storing several servings of chex mix or two PB&J sandwiches or a variety of mixed veggies. The one issue I have with the lid is that it really needs to have a lip. The top of the lid fits flush with the interior diameter of the bowl. It needs to be a little bigger so it fits flush with the outer diameter of the bowl. Because of the fit you have to be a little bit careful when putting the lid on or you'll tip one side into your food. It's not a big deal as you can lick it clean but it's annoying. Also don't lose that little string. It's a close fit between the lid and the bowl, If you put some hot stuff in and it cools (or you close up at high altitude and then go a few thousand feet down) it can form a pressure differential and takes some effort to open unless you have the string to pull on. The plastic on the bowl cleans up fairly easily but it is soft plastic, as such it will pick up food odors, so if you like curry you need to be ok with that. Overall I love this bowl, it's an excellent multifunction piece of equipment. The inclusion of the lid gives it a new dimension of utility. If they refined the lid it would be perfect.
Date published: 2013-09-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really good! These are some great bowls, i'de like to get one of each color, but I have the green and orange so far. I think everyone knows about the bowls, they haven't changed, but added the lid feature. The lid is a must have, in the forest when trying to rehydrate meals, and keeping bugs away is nice. Also if your preparing multiple meals it is nice to be able to cover one dish while finishing another... The lids fit snug, so caution is needed when opening them if there is hot food inside, but they're nice, there is a little pull cord to assist in the opening, you could even fit paracord in there instead. I keep a Sea To Summit (Short Spoon) inside my bowl and it fits with room to spare. Not 100% sure but I think the regular spork or other utensils would fit inside too, just not the "long" spoon/spork. There would also be enough room inside the dish for a compact towel, maybe some dish soap too...
Date published: 2013-06-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good Bowl, weak lid The lid is super weak. most of the time when trying to put it on the bowl, it slips into the bowl. Also, the plastic will blister? or something? I have these marks in the plastic after using it. They aren't scratches, but look like the plastic has had a small bubble expand under it.
Date published: 2015-09-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lid collapses into bowl in my backpack I like the bowl and lid. They are a nice size and weight. The small handle is convenient for holding the bowl when your hands are cold. The textured base came in handy once or twice. The matching plastic cutlery fits nicely inside too. The cover can be used as a plate for even more food capacity at meal time. It's also nice to have a cover when you need to clean the bowl with very small amounts of water available so that you can shake it up. I just really don't like that the cover collapses inside the bowl in my backpack. It's annoying for hike lunches when you have anything but a sandwich in there.
Date published: 2017-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cooking on the go Gave it 5 stars for a lid that is truly water proof. Made a single serving of rice and beans, added hot water,pushed lid on, threw bowl in pack, hiked for another hour, stopped by a stream to eat. Rice and beans were done, inside of pack was dry. Lid did it's job
Date published: 2016-08-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It's a bowl and a plate! I've used this bowl backpacking and car camping. I like that I can make extra food and dinner, and then save it for lunch the next day. I was concerned that elevation gain would cause the top to pop off, so I strapped it shut. I will continue to do this rather than find out whether this is something I really need to be concerned about. It cleans easily and is light weight. I loved the convenience of having the top as a cutting surface.
Date published: 2016-07-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great bowl, easy to hold, but does not stack Excellent camp bowl, easy to hold and with the lid in place is terrific for carrying food. Only wish the bowls would stack tighter when not in use. Otherwise, great.
Date published: 2014-04-28
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Questions & Answers

Will this reconstitute an entire package of mountain house (about 2 cups of water and the meal itself)?

Asked by: c2skygal
The Sea to Summit Delta Bowl with Lid holds 800ml or 3.38 cups. Mountain House meals differ depending on the meal, but usually will have about 2.5 - 3.25 cups of dried food. With 2 cups of water this will make it difficult to fit a whole package in the bowl for rehydration. If you were to split the 2servings between 2 bowls it would fit nicely. Any single serving dried food package should fit without any trouble.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-21

Is this bowl and lid BPA free?

Asked by: El Ricardo
The bowl and lid are both made from a BPA-free food grade nylon.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-25

What's the big advantage this bowl has over a typically tupperwear bowl?

Asked by: mattcm32
This bowl has a very high melting point and is durable enough to withstand many camping trips, has a thumb holder to protect your hands from the heat and for easy holding while you eat your meals, and when you are not using this bowl for eating you can pack items into it and seal the bowl securely.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-19

Does it hold water when turned upside down?

Asked by: Huff and Puff
Though the lid seals tightly to the bowl, we do not recommend transporting water or liquids in this bowl when it is inside your pack. Both the lid and bowl are softer materials and it's plausible their shapes can be compromised if tucked into a space during transport.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-25

Are the bowl and lid BPA free?

Asked by: El Ricardo
The bowl and lid are both made from a BPA-free food grade nylon.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-08-15

Does the lid seal tight enough to hold water when bowl is upside down?

Asked by: Huff and Puff
It's possible to get a seal tight enough to hold water when the bottle is upside down but due to the softer materials of this bowl and lid and various circumstances, you should not expect such results every time.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20

Would 2 of these nest if you put the lids together on two bowls?  What would be the total height of the two?

Asked by: On two wheels
We have received feedback that the Delta Bowl will nest about 2/3 of the way inside of another one. Only one lid can be used.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20

Will the bowl fit in a MSR Alpine Stowaway 1.6L pot w/out the lid? The dimensions of both (pot and bowl) seem to suggest that.

Asked by: ScoutDL
​This bowl is able to be put inside the MSR Alpine Stowaway pot 1.6 liter.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-12-01
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