Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Gyro Bowl




As a mom to three children I have had to clean up many spills in my life. When I first heard of the Gyro Bowl,  I thought it was too good to be true,  but I was mistaken!  Basically the Gyro Bowl is a 100% kid proof bowl,   and when I say kid proof,  I mean kid proof!  It's inner bowl rotates 360 degrees,  so the contents in the bowl never spills out.   It is made out of BPA-Plastic,  so you can rest assure it is totally safe for your little ones.  It is also totally safe for your floors and carpets! 



A few days ago my son had spilled his Cheerios all over our floor and I had to spend time picking them up one by one,  before they got crunched into our carpet.  Oh,  how I have experienced this much too often,  but not anymore because we know use a Gyro Bowl!  We put it to the test, the ultimate test in fact...pudding!  That's right,  we placed pudding in the Gyro Bowl and then turned it upside down.  Amazingly the gyro bowl rotated which prevented the contents from spilling out.  We also used it with Apple Jacks since the kids love snacking on dry cereal and surprisingly nothing fell out!


This brilliant product features an innovative design and is virtually indestructible.  It is even top rack dishwasher safe, so it requires little clean up.    Besides using it for food,  it can also be used in your home office,  in your husbands tool shed, and many other uses for just about anyone in your entire family.  In our household we use it strictly for our one year old and two year old son so food doesn't get spilled all over the place. I can't begin to tell you how nice it is not having to clean up spills and worry about stained carpets!

 You really need to see it to believe it,  so don't just take my word for it watch the video



BUY IT:  You can purchase the Gyro Bowl on www.buygyrobowl.com for only $14.99 + Shipping and Handling.  Plus,  when you purchase one Gyro Bowl,  you will receive one FREE,  so that's two Gyro Bowls for the price of one! 

WIN IT:  Gyro Bowl is generously offering my readers a chance to win a Gyro Bowl of their very own!

*Disclaimer - I received the item mentioned above,  free of charge,  for review purposes and my giveaway was sponsored.   In no way did this alter my opinion of their products.  All of my opinions are one hundred percent honest and true.*




19 comments:

Jess said...

I love this I not only need it for my soon to be son, but I am just as much of a klutz. I found you on friday blog hop.
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Mizzreviewlady said...

It takes a lot to spill out of the Gyro Bowl. Unless your child set out to purposly spill it, other then that, it shouldnt have spilled. My one year old and my two year old have been using it with no spills yet, so hopefully it stays this way because its been saving me from lots of clean ups!

Anita Yancey said...

I would put cereal, cookies, crackers, and such in it for my little grandkids.
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Braxs Mommy said...

im thinkiing we would use it for everythign, since my child SPILLS everything he touches! lol :)
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Missy L said...

We would put snacks like goldfish, raisins, gummy treats, cookies, and chips in here.

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Patricia Colucci said...

Snacks for my 1 year old. Like his favorite: goldfish.
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sarah said...

i'd use it for goldfish crackers for my son
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sohamolina said...

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smilekisses said...

I'll stick to the dry stuff, like cereal and crackers.
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♡♥♬ Raven In A Blue Room ♬♥♡ said...

I'd put cheerios in it

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josh said...

i wud put sum candy im it.

Trista Z said...

I would put the banana puffs in it.. if I don't eat them myself that is.. hehe


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Caryn said...

Goldfish crackers

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plaematebunne08 said...

We would put snacks or cereal, Kara.rendon@yahoo.com

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Deborah said...

I'd put dry cereal, fruit wedges or veggie pieces in it.

mail4rosey said...

My little guy could eat his goldfish crackers, grapes, cereal, what have you...and I wouldn't have to be cleaning up all around him. I love the concept!

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