Retro Vinyl Bowl

Retro Vinyl Bowl

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Remember the good old days of vinyl? Anyone who is older than dirt will remember how great vinyl records were. CDs and MP3s may be crisp and clear, but the just can’t capture they crackling magic of a great 45.

You can relive these glory days with the Retro Vinyl Bowl. Designed to look like a bowl created from a vinyl record it can complement your LP collection while holding your fruit or loose change.

The Retro Vinyl Bowl makes the perfect gift for music lovers and album collectors.


Sweet Music They Make


Enjoy the sweet sound of munching and crunching snacks from our Retro Vinyl Bowl.  Your kids may not even know what these things are, but each time you break them out you’ll enjoy some carefree memories of childhood. Thank goodness they didn’t decide to use 8-track. That would just be scary…and messy.


Specs, Features and Bragging Rights


- Stylish retro vinyl record  bowl

- Awesome for party snacks, fruits and as a catchall

- Thoughtful gift for music lovers

- Unique styling complements retro décor

- Measures 6-3/4” x 6-3/4” x 1-1/4”

- Hand washing recommended

- Matching vinyl bookends and coasters sold separately


Who Would Love Retro Vinyl Bowl?


This bowl was made for music lovers who still enjoy breaking out the old record player and listening to a few scratchy tunes late at night. The Retro Vinyl Bowl is their one-way ticket to Nirvana as they delight in their favorite snack. It’s everything they could want in dishware.


Frequently Asked Questions


Does It Play?


If you strap it to a record player, you’ll likely get some horrendous screeches, but that’s about it. The bowl is not actually meant to be played unless you happen to enjoy ear-piercing sounds that make your hair stand on end. If you do, then you’re probably not a music lover anyway. Actually, you could be into death metal…on vinyl…righteous.


Can I use my regular records as a bowl?


There is a long tradition of using records as plates that goes back to the golden age of rock and roll, but unless you’ve got some seriously warped records, I don’t think they are good for bowls. By warped we mean by shape and not that fact that you own three copies of Frampton Live.

Why We Love It

— Jessi, Funslurp Buyer Jessi, Funslurp Buyer


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