The 6 Hour Bowl is a red and white insulated bowl that's meant to keep your food at the same temperature—warm or cold—for up to six consecutive hours. Each bowl has been designed to hold up to 10 cups of a wide variety of foods, such as meat, potatoes, vegetables, and even desserts. You'll have the option of getting a single bowl or two at once, and each one will come with a leak-proof lid that's been added to help prevent spills.
The cost of 6 Hour Bowl is $19.99 plus $9.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second 6 Hour Bowl at the discounted price of only $9.99 for a total price of $39.97.
Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: 6hourbowl.com
Once you've got a 6 Hour Bowl, the first thing you'll need to do is fill it up with hot or cold food. This could be ready-to-eat food, such as burgers, a pasta casserole, or soup, or ingredients that you want to turn into a salad.
When your bowl is full, put the locking, leak-proof lid on, and give it a little twist to the right with one hand. This will lock it so the contents won't spill if the bowl is tipped to one side or upside-down.
If you originally filled your bowl with ingredients that need to be mixed, such as salad dressing and greens or potatoes and mayonnaise, you can mix them at this point. To do so, you'll simply need to shake your bowl from side to side or upside-down, while remembering that the locking lid will keep its contents inside.
Finally, once you've shaken up any ingredients that require mixing, you can store your bowl in a place of your choice until you're ready to eat. This could be your vehicle, your kitchen, your dining room table, your backyard, or virtually any other place where you'd like to sit down and eat. As long as you don't leave the bowl for longer than six hours before opening it again, the food inside should retain its original coolness or warmness.
The 6 Hour Bowl is red with a white lid, so it'll look quite bold and attractive inside your home or outdoors. Plus, if you're Canadian or American, you may find that its colors help it give off a patriotic vibe. Each one is labeled "6 Hour Bowl, " so if you've got more than one red and white bowl, you'll be able to quickly discern which one is insulated and leak-proof.
This bowl's large capacity will enable it to hold up to 10 cups of solid or liquid food at a time. In most cases, this should be enough food to feed a large family or household at lunch or dinner. Alternatively, if you'll be serving yourself only, you may be able to enjoy the same dish at lunch and at dinner without having to refrigerate or heat your food.
While you can carry this type of bowl by its base if you want to, each bowl's lid also has two white handles (one on each side) that will enable you to carry it. Just make sure that the lid is securely locked before you grab its handles, and use the side handles to pick the bowl up, instead of the red one in the center.
The 6 Hour Bowl's insulated body will keep your food warm or cold on its own, without the help of electricity or batteries. Therefore, you won't have to worry about finding an available electrical outlet or an appropriate set of batteries when you want to use it. This makes it an ideal bowl to bring on a camping trip if you think you won't have access to electricity. The same goes if you'll be eating at school or at a workplace where electrical outlets aren't readily available to everyone.
Without a bowl like the 6 Hour Bowl, you may find that you throw out food on a regular basis since it's the wrong temperature and you have nowhere to heat or cool it. Fortunately, this bowl will help you avoid food waste, especially when you're away from home, by keeping your food at the same temperature it was when it was prepared. You'll be able to open the bowl six hours later and eat raw vegetables that aren't warm and wilted, or meat that's not unappetizingly cold.
Along the same lines, food that's the wrong temperature can often cause the person who eats it to get food poisoning, so the 6 Hour Bowl will also help you avoid that conundrum. Food poisoning can often take a person away from school, work, or other daily activities for 24 hours, so it follows that you'll be much more productive if you don't get a case.
With a standard bowl, you might just wiggle a little and end up with hot soup in your lap or chocolate pudding all over your shoes. Using the 6 Hour Bowl will reduce the chances that this kind of mess will occur, though, because of its locking lid. Due to this lid, even if you drop your bowl directly onto the ground with a thud, all its contents will likely remain inside and ready to eat.
It's not specified that this type of bowl is dishwasher safe, which means you may end up having to wash it by hand. This may not be a problem for some people, but if you're incredibly busy, it could add at least several minutes to your mealtime routine. Furthermore, it's not a good idea to skip washing this bowl between uses, especially if you've used it for dairy or meat products that could leave harmful residue behind.
To get dinner ready a couple of hours before your family is ready to eat, you'd normally have to cook certain dishes and reheat them later. You'd also have to make room for any cold dishes in your refrigerator. However, if a 6 Hour Bowl is part of your mealtime plan, you won't need to take the time to reheat or refrigerate whatever dish is in it. When it's ready, the dish can simply sit in place until you're ready to eat. Additionally, if you want to make your food preparation process even faster, you might choose to make use of multiple 6 Hour Bowls.
The 6 Hour Bowl has been designed to take on the temperature of the food that's currently inside and maintain that temperature. It's not a dish that you should use to heat food in a microwave, on a stovetop or in an oven. You must avoid doing this, even if you can fit the bowl into your oven or microwave, because this could damage the bowl and make it less effective at insulating food.
Submit your review now. Good or Bad!
Please click 'Allow' then 'Allow' to receive notifications of new As Seen on TV items, Review Videos, and contest giveaways. You can change your mind at any time and disable notifications.
TV Stuff Reviews is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.