Nov 102011
 
gyro bowl
My toddler has reached the independent stage, where he wants to do everything by himself and just the way he want to do it. This means I have to choose my battles, and I often negotiate with myself when to give him freedom to choose his way and when to set down limits. The Gyro Bowl is helping my son be independent, because he can eat his snacks without making a mess, and he loves his Gyro Bowl
Whether we are at home in the living room, in the kitchen or at the playground the Gryo Bowl is practical, fun and perfect for toddler hands.

What I Love About The Gyro Bowl:
  • My kids love it!
  • It is fun, and it works.
  • It prevents many spills, and it is perfect for toddler hands.
  • It is BPA Free
  • It is different, which makes my son want to use it.
  • It fits into my purse
  • It is easy to clean
  • It is safe for the top rack in the dishwasher.
  • It comes with a lid that is easy to put in place and remove.
  • It works great everywhere whether at home, at the playground, in the car or the grocery store. 
Cons About The Gyro Bowl
  • It is not 100 percent spill proof 
  • The child needs to hold on the outside handle in order for the Gyro Bowl to prevent spills.
  • There is a significant shipping charge when ordering from the website. However, this if you place an order through Amazon on $25+, you will get free shipping. 
    The Gyro Bowl is a unique snack bowl, which uses 360-degree technology to prevent spills. As the child moves it around, the inner bowl will rotate and a lid will cover the area that is exposed to spills. While it is not 100 percent spill proof, the Gyro Bowl sure does a great job at preventing spills, and it makes my job as a mom of three boys a little easier.
    The Gyro Bowl is a great holiday gift for your little one, as even though it is a practical bowl, it does in fact look and feel like like a toy.
    See the Gyro Bowl in action…
    Buy The Gyro Bowl
    You can buy the Gyro Bowl from the Gyro Bowl website. A set of two Gyro Bowls costs $14.99 + shipping and handling. If you want to avoid the shipping charge, you can order the Gyro Bowl
    through Amazon.

    Holiday Gift Guide 2011
    Win The Gyro Bowl
    The makers behind the Gyro Bowl is giving away a Gyro Bowl to one of Frugality Is Free’s readers as a part of the Holiday Gift Guide.
    This giveaway will end Monday December 12th at Midnight. EST.  

    The giveaway is open to U.S. residents 18 years old or older. I will chose the winner via Random.org, and the winner will be notified by e-mail. Make sure to leave your email, or have your contact available on your blogger profile. The winner will have 48 hours to respond, and if there is no response another winner will be chosen.

     
    Disclosure: I received a complimentary Gyro Bowl for the purpose of writing a review and hosting a giveaway. No monetary compensation has been received, and any opinions expressed above are based solely on my experience with the Gyro Bowl.

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