$1.69 to $6.49
$2.25 to $8.65
Jeffers Heavy Weight Bowls
These high-quality 20 gauge stainless steel bowls are ultra strong and stand up to heavy use, even tough chewers.
Features/Benefits of Heavy Weight Stainless Steel Bowls:
- built to last (rust, tarnish and corrosion resistant)
- smooth surface won't absorb odors or stains
- dishwasher safe
Bowls are measured in fluid ounces (fl. oz.). Dry weight will vary.
- Material: Stainless Steel
- Brand: Jeffers
- Feature: Heavy Duty
- Size: 1/2 Pint (8 fl. oz.),1 Pint (16 fl. oz.),30 fl. oz.,48 fl. oz.,72 fl. oz.,128 fl. oz. (1 gallon)
Have three Rottweilers and five water bowels. These are good quality, sturdy. Can't beat the price. Would highly recommend.
Perfect for our cats!
"Very well made pet dish! "
I build and sell elevated pet feeders, and these bowls really impress my clients!
Since I've switched to stainless bowls, no more carrying the bowls off. Yay! Easy to clean.
Great heavy duty bowl for a very good price. I bought 10 for water bowls in the field for my bird dogs since I keep loosing them.
This is a nice water bowl for my grandchildren's pet duck.
Wouldn't call this HEAVY duty, more like MEDIUM duty. These bowls are nothing like the true HD bowls Jeffers used to carry in the 1990s and early 2000s. Heavier than standard weight, but will not hold up long for large, rough playing breeds. (like all bowls now this is Made in India.) Probably will buy them again, but know they won't last anywhere as long as the ones bought in years past.
"Great for Mastiffs"
With two Old English Mastiffs we change water about 6 times a day. This bowl is a life saver. The 72oz fits nice in the feeder.
These are nice, deep, heavy bowls as advertised. Our pets do not knock them over or spill water out of them.
I really like these bowls and use them both at home and when I'm taking my foster cats to adoption fairs. The 1/2 pint size is great either for food or water. They are heavy and stable enough that they don't tip easily. Great price too!
These bowls are great, they perfect for easy clean up, don't harbor bacteria like plastic bowls do. Dogs can't destroy it as easy as plactic bolws. Just the best thing for animals.
I have these bowls, but they are too noisy when the dogs eat and hit the bowl with their dog tags, will have to go back to the old fashion plastic ones.
"Just can't beat the price!"
You just can't beat the price on these...I have several so that they can get switched out daily and wash them up nicely in the dishwasher.