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Shaaweea 2 27 September 22, 2016 at 02:10 AM in Home & Home Improvement (4) More Kmart Deals
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Anyone know what the diameter of this is?
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Harbor Freight offers them for less regular priced, and Free With any Purchase all the time with a coupon you can find online/in your newspaper. Sorry, no deal here. I've gotten about 10 for free
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Comparison to Harbor Freight in 3, 2, 1...
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Quote from EdEd1190 View Post :
Comparison to Harbor Freight in 3, 2, 1...
For something with no moving parts, no sharp edges, no strength requirements, etc. Why not? I believe that the Craftsman one is 6" diameter. The free HF one is only 4" and the 6" version is $3.99, you could get both for $3.19 after 20% off coupon.

http://www.harborfreight.com/6-in...97825.html

Coupons from: http://www.hfqpdb.com/
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Last edited by jeff34270 September 22, 2016 at 09:09 AM
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I can vouch for these.. when you are eating cereal, any stray bolts or metal pieces stick to the bowl!

However, it really doesnt hold as much as I'd like, have to keep on refilling
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I've got a Craftsman one right here - just bought it the other day at Sears. edge to edge it is 5-7/8". The diameter of the flat bottom (before it starts to curve up) is 4-5/8".

I've got another one somewhere from HF. Noticeably cheaper. The Craftsman one has a much nicer Chrome finish, and just seems higher quality all around. No real surprise there.

This Craftsman one will literally last _forever_ - it is so simple, you probably could not break anything on it if you tried. What could possibly break? I'm sure the HF one will last forever too. So with that in mind, if I'm going to have something forever, I'll spend the extra couple of dollars on it. I'd rather have a nice one forever than a cheap one forever.

Also, you can almost never have too many of these things when you're working on stuff. I probably have about a dozen of the Craftsman round bowls plus rectangular trays (slightly bigger), and a handful of off-brand HF / Home Depot ones.

I paid $5.99, reduced from $10.99, at Sears the other day. $4.19 would have been better.

Also, the photos on that Kmart page are not what mine looks like. The real one is way nicer. Glossy Chrome finish. CRAFTSMAN logo stamped (raised) in the bottom. Maybe they used HF ones for the photos to confuse people? ;-)
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Last edited by sssyw September 22, 2016 at 10:26 AM
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Quote from jeff34270 View Post :
For something with no moving parts, no sharp edges, no strength requirements, etc. Why not? I believe that the Craftsman one is 6" diameter. The free HF one is only 4" and the 6" version is $3.99, you could get both for $3.19 after 20% off coupon.

http://www.harborfreight.com/6-in...97825.html [harborfreight.com]

Coupons from: http://www.hfqpdb.com/
Thx, I was wondering....
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Quote from budget76 View Post :
Harbor Freight offers them for less regular priced, and Free With any Purchase all the time with a coupon you can find online/in your newspaper. Sorry, no deal here. I've gotten about 10 for free
I have a few and never can find one when I need it.
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Quote from sssyw View Post :
I've got a Craftsman one right here - just bought it the other day at Sears. edge to edge it is 5-7/8". The diameter of the flat bottom (before it starts to curve up) is 4-5/8".

I've got another one somewhere from HF. Noticeably cheaper. The Craftsman one has a much nicer Chrome finish, and just seems higher quality all around. No real surprise there.

This Craftsman one will literally last _forever_ - it is so simple, you probably could not break anything on it if you tried. What could possibly break? I'm sure the HF one will last forever too. So with that in mind, if I'm going to have something forever, I'll spend the extra couple of dollars on it. I'd rather have a nice one forever than a cheap one forever.

Also, you can almost never have too many of these things when you're working on stuff. I probably have about a dozen of the Craftsman round bowls plus rectangular trays (slightly bigger), and a handful of off-brand HF / Home Depot ones.

I paid $5.99, reduced from $10.99, at Sears the other day. $4.19 would have been better.

Also, the photos on that Kmart page are not what mine looks like. The real one is way nicer. Glossy Chrome finish. CRAFTSMAN logo stamped (raised) in the bottom. Maybe they used HF ones for the photos to confuse people? ;-)
Thanks for the review,I just got one.Repped!!
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Quote from mobetterdeals View Post :
I can vouch for these.. when you are eating cereal, any stray bolts or metal pieces stick to the bowl!

However, it really doesnt hold as much as I'd like, have to keep on refilling
Why would you use a magnetic bowl to eat cereal...
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Quote from sssyw View Post :
I've got a Craftsman one right here - just bought it the other day at Sears. edge to edge it is 5-7/8". The diameter of the flat bottom (before it starts to curve up) is 4-5/8".

I've got another one somewhere from HF. Noticeably cheaper. The Craftsman one has a much nicer Chrome finish, and just seems higher quality all around. No real surprise there.

This Craftsman one will literally last _forever_ - it is so simple, you probably could not break anything on it if you tried. What could possibly break? I'm sure the HF one will last forever too. So with that in mind, if I'm going to have something forever, I'll spend the extra couple of dollars on it. I'd rather have a nice one forever than a cheap one forever.

Also, you can almost never have too many of these things when you're working on stuff. I probably have about a dozen of the Craftsman round bowls plus rectangular trays (slightly bigger), and a handful of off-brand HF / Home Depot ones.

I paid $5.99, reduced from $10.99, at Sears the other day. $4.19 would have been better.

Also, the photos on that Kmart page are not what mine looks like. The real one is way nicer. Glossy Chrome finish. CRAFTSMAN logo stamped (raised) in the bottom. Maybe they used HF ones for the photos to confuse people? ;-)

I bought one about 2 years ago from SEARS - love it and it does come in handy. Good quality and good price.
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Got one, thanks!
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Why would you use a magnetic bowl to eat cereal...
To reduce iron intake Smilie
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What's funny is that there actually IS metal in your cereal. It's added as iron filings to increase the iron available to your body.

There's a lab for middle-school science classes that has kids use magnets to pull the filings out of pulped cereal.

Link-like [lmgtfy.com]
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