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Get a grip on your grub.

Sea to Summit wants to make sure you can eat your oatmeal comfortably on backpacking trips, which is why the Delta Bowl has a Protex hex pattern at the base to keep your food nice and toasty for a long time. Made out of food-grade nylon, this bowl is both lightweight and safe to eat out of. There are measurement increments on the inside to help you cook, and an thumbhole gives you a good grip on the bowl.

  • Food-grade nylon 66, BPA-free
  • Protex hex pattern at base
  • Measurement increments on the inside
  • Easy-hold thumb grip

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  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

After using the Delta plates for years, I finally got a set of these bowls to complete the camping set. Three main features set the Delta series apart from all the rest; awesome thumb hold (hard to use a bowl/plate that doesn't have one of these nowadays), hex pattern on bottom allows you to hold super hot food with no issue, and finally, this is the easiest dish to clean while camping and backpacking. Often times, outside of bear country, I will simply use bread or a tortilla to wipe these out perfectly clean.

I typically always find a way to justify the price of titanium cookware and accessories for backpacking, but just rolling with this bowl lately and a Snow Peak Ti Spork has been the best setup I have had for backpacking.

is it safe to boil water in this bowl?

is it safe to boil water in this bowl?

Best Answer

Don't put boiling water in it after it's boiled either. It won't fall apart, but Nylon 6-6 does leech slightly in boiling water. I'd recommend the FairShare Mug ( if you want to use it with boiling water. Plus, the FairShare has a screw-on lid which makes it so much more useful. If you want something you can boil water in, get a small titanium or steel pot ( and eat out of that. It's more expensive, obviously, but much more versatile.