I think the concept is great as pits from cherries typically end up on napkin or a drinking cup when my husband & I eat them, but two pieces (the cherry bowl & pit cup) do not assemble very easily (have to maneuver to get to fit properly), then bowl portion doesn't sit flat on surface- just the pit bowl portion, so doesn't feel stable.
Would have given 5 stars if the 2 bowls could stay together while using.
I assembled the pitt receptacle backward and it worked perfectly. When I saw the photo of the product again, I realized I had it backward, but it works the same either way. So if pitts too close to fresh olives bothers anyone, just turn the pitt receptacle backward! Kind of fun. Wonder if anyone will ever come up with a similar bowl for shrimp and shrimp tails? :-)
My Dad said it doesn't stay together when you try to move it. His suggestion is to have it 'click' into place or something like that so you can pick it up or slide it over without its coming apart. He said it shouldn't be hard to take apart but it should stay together if you slide it over on the table.
Not something you see everyday.
Most of our friends eat olives and this is a great solution for a pit problem.
This serves olives in a fun and practical way.
This bowl is very nice looking. I love that the pits are hidden. It was a perfect gift for an olive lover.
Used this item at Thanksgiving and know I will use it often, especially when entertaining!
Product is cool. Place for the olives and separate spot for the pits. Nice for entertaining. Only downside is you have to be careful because it is two separate pieces.