The Universal gyro-bowl may look like it's out of this world because, well, it is. Made with revolutionary spill-resistant technology, the Universal gyro-bowl will keep your kids entertained and your living room clean at snack time.
With gravity-defying engineering, dry food and snacks stay inside the bowl and off your floor no matter what kind of high-flying fun your kids get into.
Kid-Proof Gyro Bowl.
Inner Bowl Rotates 360°
Virtually Indestructible Spill-resistant for dry food and snacks.
Allows self-feeding of snacks.
Less waste of snacks
Prevents spills and mess.
Saves time in clean-up
A beautiful combination of Oranage and Blue.
Customer Reviews and Feedback
Zahara Perveen(13 months ago)
Better than the Reviews "I wanted to buy the because my toddler is always accidentally spilling her snacks in the car or in the living room. I chose to pay extra to get fulfillment via amazon vs. directly thru the company other reviewers were having issues with. As far as I'm concerned, this bowl does exactly what it advertises!
The caviat is that it has to be held correctly by the rim. My toddler held it with her thumb inside at first, which you can't expect a gyro to work if you purposely keep it from moving. If your toddler wants to spill something purposely, they'll figure out how to spill this pretty quickly if you let them.
Also, i think i read that someone threw their bowl across the room and were surprised when it broke. I thought it was pretty unrealistic to expect to bowl to survive that kind of impact, but it'll handle being casually dropped just fine. Anyway, my toddler holds it by the rim now and the bowl has definitely cut down on the spills during snack time. This product is probably overmarketed as 'spillproof', but it was definitely worth the money for me."
Abdul Rehman(9months ago)
Spilled everything we put in it with shaken the tiniest bit. maybe we got defective bowls (i doubt it) but it would not keep anything in unless it was kept pretty level and still. definitely a rip off."
Rashida Hussain(6months ago)
My 2 Year Old Figured Out The Trick Right Away And He'd Hold The Little Inner Bowl In Place So He Could Spill The Contents. He Gave Me This Look That Said, “What, You Think I'm Stupid?". When He Got Tired Of Doing That He Just Took The Thing Apart And This Was Within The First Few Days It Got Here. I Don't Even Bother With It Anymore. I Guess It Works For Kids That Spill Things On Accident, But It's No Match For A Toddler Determined To Make A Mess (Sigh).
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