Introducing Bonbowl, a Low Maintenance, High Tech Method of Cooking

Chances are you’re spending a lot of time at home these days, resulting in doing a lot of your own cooking. But why not do it in a more time-efficient manner, eliminating the need for extra dishes and clean-up with Bonbowl?

Created to be more efficient than electric and gas stovetops, the Bonbowl cooking device uses induction heating via electromagnetic waves to heat the metal, ensuring all of the heat is directed towards the meal that you’re attempting to cook. Comprised of patent-pending hardware, brushed stainless steel, and heat-hardened tempered glass — all free of PFOA coatings and BPA — Bonbowl is designed to be a one-stop-shop for cooking, eating and cleaning.

 

I’ve been testing the Bonbowl out for the last few days, and I’ve been amazed by what the cooktop has been able to handle. Featuring a detachable bowl that can be taken off of the cooktop and used for eating, I’ve created ramen meals, scrambled eggs, and even managed to reheat some delivered food with the Bonbowl. With just a cup of water and two eggs, you can simply cover the Bonbowl and have hard-boiled eggs in ten minutes. Alternatively, if you wanted to have a bit of cheese dip for a couch night at the movies, you can simply dump your queso into the Bonbowl on low until its heated, then simply take over to the couch to enjoy that Netflix movie.

The process is as simple as plugging the Bonbowl into an outlet, selecting the desired setting and cook time, and occasionally monitoring for your cooking food. Once you’ve finished your meal, clean-up is easy. The bowl is top-rack dishwasher safe, so you can clean it and reuse it for another meal.

The Bonbowl is an ideal solution for back-to-school shopping for a college student in a dorm. It would also be an excellent option for an apartment dweller who doesn’t have a lot of space for cooking meals.

As someone who knows the struggle of wanting a wholesome, healthy meal that can be made quickly after a long day at work, I don’t want to bother with endless pots and pans. I’m amazed that the BonBowl Cooktop & Bowl have managed to give me easy-to-cook meals in minutes that aren’t frozen quick-zaps in the microwave. They even have a list of recipes if you need some guidance and inspiration for things you can make in your Bonbowl.

Currently available at a pre-order discount of $129, the Bonbowl will sell for $150 once in stock. If you’re interested in checking out the Bonbowl for yourself, you can learn more here.

 

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About the Author

Greg Alston
Diehard Apple fanboy, and lover of all things tech. Born and raised in Washington, DC, Greg enjoys spending time with his girlfriend, family and friends, live sporting events, good bourbon, Tetris, and pizza. In that order.