• MSR - DeepDish Bowl - Blue
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MSR DeepDish Bowl

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    Tech Specs

    Material:
    polypropylene
    Dimensions:
    5.3 x 2.5 in
    Claimed Weight:
    2.1 oz
    Recommended Use:
    backpacking, camping
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    limited 3 years

    Just because you're cooking on the trail doesn't mean you should condemn yourself to meager rations, so reach for the MSR DeepDish Bowl and dig into a heaping helping of tasty viddles. Polypropylene plastic is durable and easy to clean, and it won't leach harsh chemicals into your carefully prepared meal—won't it be nice to leave the pollution in the city?

    • Durable, non-leaching polypropylene material handles hot and cold meals
    • Made to nest with the MSR Trail Lite Duo System (sold separately)

    MSR Should Stick to Stoves

      I cannot think of a reason why anyone would make a backpacking bowl that does not stack? I would love to know why these bowls do not stack? I am completely baffled. MSR stoves are amazing and like a part of our family. Big time bummer. Shame on me for ordering 3 and assuming high elevation supplies made by high elevation specialists would be designed to economize space.

      Got the plate and needed the bowls

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I started off with the DeepDish plates and I really like them and although they have tall edges that work like a bowl they are bit wide and flat for when you want to eat something that belongs in a bowl like oatmeal or something saucy. I love the material and prefer it over metal, it is easier to hold and it does a really good job of blocking heat so you can comfortably eat on your lap.

      Would like to note that you can stack 2 of these bowls inside the GSI Outdoors Halulite Boiler Pot seamlessly for nesting and convenient storage when backpacking!

      You mention stacking them...do they nest or just sit on top of each other? I was hoping I could fit four of these together in a scenario like you mentioned.

      Lightweight & Durable

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I needed a multi purpose dish for backpacking, and this is what I ended up with. I am really happy how it stood up to hot items, since I didn't feel like I was burning my hands while trying to eat. Easy to clean and pretty deep so you can fit a lot of food, which is always welcome after a long day hiking. Doesn't pack down extremely, small but for me that was not an issue since I had plenty of space in my pack.

      Yum!

        Dinner is on the table!

        Yum!

        Bon Appetit!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I was considering the MSR Deep Dish Bowl alongside the Seat To Summit Collapsible Bowl. The Sea To Summit would pack better (which might be a consideration for some) but the DeepDish felt sturdier in my hand and being cautious about loosing precious nutrition in the backcountry due to the walls collapsing accidentally I opted for the MSR.



        I'm very pleased with my choice. The bowl with its high walls is suitable for both solid food and liquids such as soups. It holds good amount of food and is comfortable to hold without much slipping. (You have to be more careful if your hand are wet, then the material tends to slip a little).



        Once re-hydrated we poured our freezer bag meals in the bowl for easier and more enjoyable backcountry dining, some items such as oatmeal or ramen noodles were successfully cooked straight in the bowl by pouring hot water over the ingredients.