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Old 07-12-2014, 09:16 AM
 
Location: Central Florida
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I have a new mixing bowl called HoldBowl and can't promote it enough.

HoldBowl is very light, and easy to use unlike most of my kitchen bowls. The best thing about it is that it has a flexible handle on the side that allows me to slip my hand between the bowl and the handle like a glove that keeps me and my family from dropping...ever. I love to cook but have issues with bowls being too heavy for my weak hand but this has not been any problem at all. At first I was a little concerned because the handle seemed WAY too small for my thick fingers but after I used and stretched out the handle I found it to fit perfectly now. It reminded me of a nice new pair of shoes, once you break it in it becomes your favorite. This bowl resists staining, cleans easily and is a dream while mixing and pouring. They say you can hold it three different ways but I favor what they call the clutch hold because I can't hold any other bowl this way for fear of dropping. We recommend it to everyone that has grip issues, arthritis, little ones, a hectic life etc...



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Old 07-18-2014, 09:56 AM
 
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Hmm, sounds interesting. I bought my daughter (4yo) the above batter bowl at macys. It's lightweight, has a handle and a grippy bottom. She loves to cook with me but when we used my stainless steel or cermaic bowls, they tended to slide around too much when she was stirring...
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Old 07-18-2014, 07:31 PM
 
Location: Central Florida
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We tried mixing bowls similar to the one you posted but find the handle does not secure your hand to the bowl like HoldBowl does. It also has the rubber ring around the bottom to resist sliding and moving, we use it with our mixer and spatula's as well with no problems. I would highly recommend trying HoldBowl if she loves to cook with you.
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Old 08-11-2014, 08:57 AM
 
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We tried mixing bowls similar to the one you posted but find the handle does not secure your hand to the bowl like HoldBowl does. It also has the rubber ring around the bottom to resist sliding and moving, we use it with our mixer and spatula's as well with no problems. I would highly recommend trying HoldBowl if she loves to cook with you.
Hmm, I see they have it at BedBthandBeyond. I might take a look at it next time I'm in there. My 4yo really likes to cook with me - she has a hard time holding the bowl and strirring things like cookie batter. Thanks for the recommendation.
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