Handy picnic plate for scout camp.
A solid and basic kippo. Collect the berries. Eat breakfast porridge. Thanks to the snappy lid, you can store vegetables, etc. The "handle" is a miserable piece of crap, and I can't tell if it's more of a benefit or a detriment. The handle helps if you keep the cup in your lap or if you don't fill it with porridge around the edges and try to support it with a desperate tweezer grip.
Bought for the needs of a small camper / hiker. With the lid, it is possible to carry the soup well on uneven terrain. On the deck, you can also conveniently pass the bread at the same time. The bowl is light. Machine washability is an important feature. The only small downside comes from the handle. It could be a little bigger or both sides. This need mainly applies to the use of a child, a handle just enough for an adult.
The delta bowl is good but I am less impressed than of the Kupilka bowl.
It seems that not everyone understands the use of "overhang". It is only a support for the thumb and the other fingers are used to support under the plate when eating, where the honeycomb structure protects against heat.