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Recent Plate/Bowl Reviews

Light My Fire Outdoor Meal Kit

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Great set, complete, and easy to carry I love my Meal Kit. It has all I need and is easy to grab and go. The harness makes it easy to hang on my pack via the clip for easy and quick access. I really like that the cup has a "sip" lid so that I can wander around camp without worrying about spilling. Full review

MSR Alpine Bowl

rated 4.5 of 5 stars It is a stainless steel boil. Dang near bullet proof. I have had mine for two years now and I bought it used on eBay. It is a great, strong bowl. I even use it at home.  Full review

Orikaso Bowl

rated 5 of 5 stars Innovative, excellent product for the backpacker. I have used this product since 2008. I purchased two from REI at a clearance price of $2.34 each. I have used this wonderful bowl on all my backpacking trips.  What is to love about this product?  The material. The material is durable, extremely durable, and easy to clean, very easy to clean. The capacity is just right for "cup" of tea, or a bowl of soup, cereal, noodles, whatever.  The design is ingenious. Simply fold and tuck the three tabs… Full review

Sea to Summit X-Set

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Probably the most compact way to increase the capacity of your outdoor kitchen! So I was just messaging a fellow TS member and I remembered I should do a review of one of my favorite pieces of outdoor kitchen gear...the STS X-set. To be clear...I only have the mug and bowl. The larger set comes with a plate that nests with both the mug and bowl...but I find plates as useless as forks outdoors...and the plate makes it so the set will only nest with the largest of outdoor cookware. Speaking of nesting…that… Full review

Fozzils Soloist Set

rated 4 of 5 stars A lightweight, easy alternative to having nesting bowls and mugs. I haven't encountered anything negative worth writing down. Whether you are camping alone or with a partner, the Fozzils Soloist Set is a great option for a lightweight eating set. I've used these on half a dozen camping trips, as well as trekked them across Europe and I haven't been let down yet.  Obviously the first thing is has going for it is that you get THREE pieces: a mug, a bowl and a deep dish plate (which I will normally… Full review

Sea to Summit X-Bowl

rated 5 of 5 stars The X Bowl is lightweight, 2.8oz, folds flat and includes a cutting board. Nuff said. Awesome bowl, cool colors, folds flat and the bottom doubles as a cutting board. Compared to the Squishy Bowl and my Outdoor Products bowls, this one wins no problem. Full review

Light My Fire Outdoor Meal Kit

rated 3 of 5 stars It'll hold enough 'wares' for two people per meal—bowl, cup, two plates. It's not excessively heavy, though it's no feather either. Ours didn't include the rubber lid retainer, so the lid comes off very easily. Ease of use: Easy to clean, plenty of capacity for your average camp meal, and easy to repack. There really is a lot of usefulness in a fairly compact package. The cup is nice, though we never use it. The bowl is also handy for oatmeal as well as coffee. We've replaced carrying the spork… Full review

Sea to Summit Delta Bowl

rated 5 of 5 stars Great bowl for backcountry camping!! I used this bowl on 1 backcountry trip so far. It went to Havasupai in the Grand Canyon with me. I don't really like eating my freeze dried meals out of the bag so I got this. I like this bowl a lot. Works great. It's light. You can hang it outside your backpack to save space if needed. The lid is great because you can store a few items inside it too. It is easy to clean. It washed up easily in the creek. I recommend this bowl and lid. Full review

MSR DeepDish Plate

rated 4 of 5 stars Lightweight, hard plastic, deep plate for when you want to have a meal that it is not out of a mug or cup. This comes in three sizes (Small, Medium and Large). I purchased the large. I picked up one of these from Moosejaw because I wanted something a little larger for meals like beans and rice or times when I did not want to eat a meal out of a cup. It is large (8.75 in x 1.7 in) and fairly light (4 oz). You could pour a bowl of soup in it easily and not spill out of the large sides.   The cost… Full review

Top-Rated Plates and Bowls

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user rating: 5 of 5 (4)
Sea to Summit X-Bowl
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (5)
Guyot Designs Original Squishy Bowl and Cup Set
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (3)
MSR Alpine Bowl
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
GSI Glacier Stainless Plate
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Sea to Summit Delta Bowl
$8 - $10
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
GSI Glacier Stainless Steel Bowl w/Handle
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Sea to Summit X-Set
$30 - $49
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
MSR DeepDish Plate
$4 - $5
GSI Gourmet Plate Set
GSI Infinity Divided Plate
MSR DeepDish Bowl
REI Campware Bowl
GSI Infinity 4 Person Compact Table Set
$31 - $34
GSI Enamelware Plate
Kupilka Soup Bowl
GSI Cascadian Plate
GSI Cascadian Bowl
Evernew Ti Bowl Set
GSI Enamelware Bowl
$5 - $6
GSI Infinity 4-Piece Bowl Set
$14 - $15
REI Campware Divided Polypropylene Plate
GSI Infinity 1 Person Table Set
$21 - $22
GSI Infinity 4 Person Deluxe Table Set
$54 - $59
REI Aluminum Dinner Plate
Fozzils Bowlz Set
REI Campware Serving Bowl
GSI Infinity Plate
REI Campware Plate
GSI Cascadian 1 Person Table Set
Trangia Aluminium Mess Tin
$8 - $15
Snow Peak Tableware Dish
GSI Cascadian 4 Person Table Set
$23 - $25
Sea to Summit Delta Plate
REI Nesting Tableware Set
REI Campware Group Tableware Set
GSI Sierra Camp Set
Sea to Summit XL-Bowl
$13 - $17
MSR Alpine Plate
$8 - $9
Coghlan's Camper's Tableware Set
REI Campware Table Set
Snow Peak Titanium Plate
$13 - $16
GSI Thrive 1 Person Set
Jetboil Sumo Companion Bowl Set
Sea to Summit X-Plate
$13 - $19
GSI Lexan Resin 1 Person Table Set
GSI Pioneerware Enamelware Camp Set
$63 - $69
Snow Peak Titanium Bowl
GSI Pioneerware Enamelware Soup Plate
Snow Peak Tableware Bowl
Snow Peak Tableware Set
$60 - $189
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