Where to get thermal bowl?

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Where to get thermal bowl?

Postby shinri » Mon Jan 30, 2012 5:28 pm

Where to get those thermal bowl that can keep porridge warm while feeding?
I think it's those kind of bowl with an extra hollow space underneath for putting hot water.
And then the porridge can keep warm whilst still feeding your child.

Anyone have any idea?

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Re: Where to get thermal bowl?

Postby hquek » Mon Jan 30, 2012 5:37 pm

hi shinri,

I don't have those thermal bowls, but I bought a Zebra stainless steel bowl from ntuc. it's quite thick, with stainless steel interior and coloured exterior. Can keep heat quite well. Not sure if you would like to consider those.

if you must have those thermal bowls, have you tried Isetan? or baby/parenting shops in Forum Galleria/Paragon?

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Re: Where to get thermal bowl?

Postby shinri » Tue Jan 31, 2012 11:19 am

Oh, how much is the Zebra bowl?
I'm currently using normal plastic bowl & just scoops out a little porridge at a time, so that the remaining porridge can still be warm.
But DD eats incredibly slow at times & puts food in her mouth.. Can sometimes take up to 1 hour to finish her meal!
And when the porridge gets cold, she won't eat it

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Re: Where to get thermal bowl?

Postby hquek » Tue Jan 31, 2012 12:55 pm

hi shinri,

Can't recall but should be less than $10? I see it sometimes at dept stores like Isetan when they have a fair, but NTUC should be quite safe (esp NTUC Xtra).

My kids on the other hand will not eat hot food, they like it cold. so end up the bowl don't work well for me becos it's warm for slightly longer time.

btw, I think thermal bowls will keep warmth best, so depend on your need. I actually bought it becos i was tired of seeing my kids eat from plastic bowls with pictures on the plate/bowl (a bit worried about them eating the paint along with the food).

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