Plastic round bowl brings effortless style to your dinnerware collection
Crafted from sturdy and durable plastic for long-lasting use
Dishwasher- and microwave-safe for easy reheating and cleaning
Subtle design mixes in easily with any kitchen aesthetic
Features: Round (shape)
Number of Pieces: 1
Dimensions (Overall): 8 inches (L) x 8 inches (W) x 2 inches (H)
Capacity (Volume): 33 ounces
Service For: 1
Care & Cleaning: Microwave Safe, Dishwasher-safe
Item Number (DPCI): 200-05-0795
Bring effortless and functional style to any table setting with this Plastic Dinner Bowl from Room Essentials™. Simple, lightweight and durable, this plastic dinner bowl is a great way to serve everything from soup and stew to pasta and salads. Best of all, you can quickly and easily warm up your food in the microwave, and then place it in the dishwasher for cleanup. Bring chic style to any of your meals with this dinner bowl.
Wonderful purchase. The price was VERY resonable. The bowls are a great shape, and we love the blush color. Pretty and functional! We've used them in both the microwave and dishwasher (upper rack), and they held up great. No regrets here!
I love these bowls and plates! They are great for everyday use. I just throw them in the dishwasher and it doesn't matter which rack they are on, they have always come out perfect. The price is great and the options are also.
I love these bowls. I love that their microwaveable. I love that they're so light weight, smooth, easy to clean. I eat everything in these bowls, either this size or the deeper one. so happy to find them.
I tend to use these more often than the plates because they hold the same amount but are less messy. They're extremely versatile. They look sleek and provide enough room to display your food, if you're into that aspect when it comes to serving meals.
Someone left a post that the bowls melted in the microwave. There is nothing wrong with the bowls. Most of the time foods that are heated in the microwave contain water. Water molecules heat up quickest, but they also hold the temperature to a high of 212F (boiling point of water at one atmosphere). In order to melt these bowls, one has to be heating something that either contains a small amount of or no water at all, the worst situation. This enables the temperature to exceed 212F. Most people don’t do this.