Real Vinyl Bowl

Real Vinyl Bowl

Lately, I’ve realized that there are so many things that can be made from recycled vinyl records. For one, there’s the extremely creative and aesthetically pleasing Vinyl Numbers Clock. Then there’s the functional and sturdy Recycled Record Bookends. Now prepare to eat off these recycled vinyls with the Real Vinyl Bowls.

These bowls are made from old discarded vinyls, so there isn’t two that are completely alike (unless it was either a really popular or common record.) Serve up some salsa, use it to hold your candy or popcorn, or stash your business cards in them–just like you would any other bowl.

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This Real Vinyl Bowl is a must-have in any record collector’s home. It has a cool retro look that’s sure to delight even the most demanding music lover. We’ve all met people who just loves vinyl records and we’ve all been amazed to see just how fanatical they can be and how incredible happy it makes them to play their gems at 45 rpm’s.

These original bowls were made using real records that had been abandoned by their owners; just imagine the horror. The good thing is that the bowls now sport logos from famous labels such as Atlantic and Virgin. Travel back in time without having to get up from your couch and enjoy the various Vinyl Bowl models. With a little luck, you might find a record by your favorite performer.

The Real Vinyl Bowl is available from Curiosite for $21.38.

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Hazel Chua

About Hazel Chua

Hazel has a degree in Chemical Engineering, but has wanted to be a writer ever since she was a little girl. As luck and a whole lot of work would have it, Hazel got her cake and is eating it too: doing engineering stuff during the day, and blogging for various tech blogs during the night. She also established her own gadgetry blog recently, which you can check out at Gigadgetry.com.

3 Responses to “Real Vinyl Bowl”

  1. Err… How do you wash it without ruining the paper label?

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