Silipint: Silicone Squeeze-a-Bowl Review

Silipint Silicone Squeeze-a-Bowl Review & Giveaway

I recently had a bowl of cereal and as I grabbed it, swung my arm and before I knew it the entire bowl was on the floor. There was no grip, there was no way that this would not happen – I knew I needed a new solution. As I have mentioned in the past I love when companies I have worked with in the past release new items, and when I heard that Silipint released a new bowl, I was excitedI was recently sent a set of Silipint Silicone Squeeze-a-Bowl and it immediately replaced the other bowl I had used for my cereal previously.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Silipint. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I received the new Squeeze-a-Bowl by Silipint for review-

The new Squeeze-a-Bowl by Silipint is a 18 oz bowl that is perfect for everything from 7-layer dip to cereal.

Also available from Silipint is the Silicone Wine Cup which is a 14 oz Stemless Wine Cup is translucent and polished. The capacity is similar to a stemmed wine glass, but without the danger of spills. The Silicone Pint Cup a tye-dyed swirled 16 oz cup is perfect for a soda, or iced coffee. There is room for ice and with the interchangeable lids makes this a great on-the-go cup!

Each cup has the ability to use the Interchangeable Lids – These lids fit each of the cups (aside from the shot glass) and are interchangable. Available in 3 fun colors, you can match and coordinate your set, or just make it funky and full of color.

Each of these Silipint Silicone Drinkware items are eco-friendly, BPA free, packable & lifeproof. In addition each item is safe for the dishwasher, freezer, oven, grill and microwave. Each cup is unbreakable and heat resistant to 500 degrees and cold resistant to 58 degrees.

While these are flexible, they are not breakable which makes them safe for adult and kids. The flexibility also allows for easy on-the-go storage and the durability makes them great for picnics and outdoor events.

If you are looking for silicone dishware that are life proof then get your self a set of Silipint.

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Be sure to see my video unboxing of this new bowl!!!

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GIVEAWAY: Silipint is giving an assortment of silicone drinkware to one lucky reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win a (2) 18 oz Silicone Squeeze-a-Bowls and (2) 16 oz Silicone Pint Cup – This is a $48.00 value! *Color of Silicone Cups is at the Sponsors Discretion * I will be randomly choosing 1 person on April 16th (4/16/2018) to receive this Silicone Bowl and Pint Duo! Open to residents in the US only. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Silipint. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

Win two sets of the new Silipint Squeeze-a-Bowl and Pint Cup Set

41 thoughts on “Silipint: Silicone Squeeze-a-Bowl Review

  1. Darcy L Koch

    My biggest struggle is keeping my dishes from piling up. 3 boys and it’s an endless sinkful.

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  2. Jen D.

    My biggest struggle in the kitchen is entertaining family. When my adult children and their spouses come home to visit, I find all of the cooking and clean up to be tiring. Every bit of help is greatly appreciated!! I used to feed a lot of teens, etc. and didn’t find it so tiring – is it age? Lol.

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  3. Michele Pineda

    for me it is sufficient space and keeping the countertop neat and organized. However washing those dirty dishes isn’t any fun either!

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  4. Laurie Nykaza

    My biggest struggle in the kitchen is keeping foods separate and his dishes because my son has Celiacs disease

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  5. carissa joslyn

    probably keeping it clean! I have 3 kids, boys. and a boyfriend who is worst then my boys. I can’t keep up with them.

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  6. Maryann D.

    My biggest kitchen struggle is finding enough room in our cabinets and drawers to store our supplies.

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  7. clynsg

    My biggest kitchen struggle is keeping it clean, from floors to countertops to the the cabinets themselves. Not everyone in the family is particularly good about helping in the effort!

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  8. ellen beck

    My biggest struggle is keeping the floor clean with the dog going through and everyone else.

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  9. larescoe

    My biggest kitchen struggle is the dishes! It seems like all I ever do is wash and put away dishes.

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  10. Danielle Aguado

    Biggest kitchen struggle is having enough room for dishes and cookware in the kitchen!

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  11. Selene Montgomery

    Since we live in our motor home, my biggest kitchen struggle is finding storage solutions.

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  12. Buddy Garrett

    Keeping outdated food out of the fridge is my biggest struggle in the kitchen.

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