Rigwa 1.5 Stainless Steel Bowl

    Blue Dusk

    RIGWA 1.5: The ultimate food storage to Keep Life Fresh from kitchen to adventure!

    Perfect for: Food storage at home, meals & snacks on the go, outdoor & adventure, health and wellness lifestyle, meal planning, entertaining, and so much more!


    • Keeps food HOT / COLD for hours (Up to 4HR HOT / 8HR COLD).
    • Constructed with double wall - food grade stainless steel (304 SS)
    • Vacuum Insulated for greater temperature control and sweat free performance
    • Patented, Spill Proof Lid creates air-tight seal - pressing air out for ultimate freshness!
    • Holds 1.5 QT (48 oz) with lid off. Holds 1.25 QT (40oz) with lid on.
    • Sleek angles for easy eating, sharing, cleaning, and more.


    • 304 Food-Grade Stainless Steel
    • PP (BPA & Phthalates Free)
    • Opening diameter: 7"
    • Bottom of bowl: 5"
    • Height: 4"
    • Weight: 21oz

    Tips & Tricks

    • 1.5 will keep contents hot UP TO 4 hours, so check out these tricks to get the most out of your 1.5.
    • 1. Fill it up. The more food in the RIGWA the better as it cuts down on cooler “air space”.
    • Example: Soup or oatmeal filled closer to the top will stay hot much longer than if filled half way.
    • Tips:
    • If RIGWA 1.5 is too large, check out 1.5 Inserts or our PINT fresh and PINT go models coming soon!
    • 2. Food density is key. Cutting out any air space between food helps retain temps longer.
    • Example: Oatmeal, Pasta, Soup / Stew retain temps much longer than a chicken leg and loose veggies.
    • 3. Priming never hurts. Not necessary, but many customers like to “prime” their RIGWA with warm / hot water prior to putting hot foods inside.
    • Example: Fill your RIGWA with hot water and let sit for 30 seconds or so. Empty water from RIGWA and then fill with your food.
    • 4. Keep the lid on. Each time the lid is removed, significant heat is released.
    • 5. Storage temps. Its a beautiful day out… or is it? Although RIGWA 1.5 is double wall and vacuum insulated, keeping your RIGWA in very cold temps will reduce the amount of time it will retain heat.
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