Scoop-a-Bowl and No-Slip Suction Bowls Review (Dr. Brown's)

Scoop-a-Bowl and No-Slip Suction Bowls
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What It Is

Set it and let the mess-free meal time begin with these Dr. Brown's bowls!

The Scoop-a-Bowl has tall edges that make scooping easier for parents & self-feeding toddlers. It grows with the baby. When spoon-feeding, the design makes it easy to scoop up purees and other thicker liquids. And, as your loved one transitions to other kinds of foods, the tall edges act as a splash guard while they practice and get better at using utensils on their own.

The No-Slip Suction Bowl has a strong suction cup on the bottom that keeps the bowl in place during mealtime. It holds up to grabbing, pushing, and pulling by baby hands, so the meal stays in the bowl and not all over the table. It grows with the baby and is also helpful for self-feeding babies, keeping the bowl in place as they learn how to eat and use utensils. The tall edges make it easy to scoop and prevent pills. When you're done feeding, just pull the quick-release tab for a quick exit.

Why Is It Useful?

The Scoop-a-Bowl bowls grow with your baby. The wide design help prevent tips and spills while the bright colors keep the baby's attention where it has to be.

The No-Slip Suction Bowl has a strong suction cup on the bottom that keeps the bowl in place during mealtime, avoiding spills, and keeping the food inside the bowl.

Who It’s For

Both the Scoop-a-Bowl and No-Slip Suction Bowls are recommended for babies 4 months and up.

What To Be Aware Of

Both the Scoop-a-Bowl and No-Slip Suction Bowls are dishwasher top rack safe, microwave safe, and stack for simple storage. They come in 2 per pack and are BPA-free.

The Scoop-a-Bowl retails for $3.99 and the No-Slip Suction Bowl retails for $4.99.

AT A GLANCE:
  • Is It Useful?

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  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy