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KALAS Plate, mixed colors

Price $ 2.49/6 pack
Regular price: $ 2.99/6 pack
Price valid Sep 22, 2023 - Sep 25, 2023 or while supply lasts
Price/pack $0.42

How to get it

The plate has a high edge to make it easier for the child to keep the food on the plate.

Article Number804.613.80

Product details

Can be stacked to save space when stored.

Colorful, impact resistant, scratch resistant and grip-friendly. Perfect for small children who tend to drop, spill and make a mess in their eagerness to learn how to eat on their own.


Henrik Preutz

  • If you want to heat food in the microwave, a bowl or plate made of glass or porcelain is preferable since some food can quickly reach temperatures above 100 °C, which can cause plastic to melt.

  • Material

    Microwave-safe; heat food up to 212°F.

    Dishwasher-safe up to 158ºF (70°C).

  • Recommended for all ages.


Diameter: 19 cm (7 1/2 ")

Package quantity: 6 pack

  • KALASArticle Number804.613.80

    Height: 5 cm (2 ")

    Weight: 0.33 kg (12 oz)

    Diameter: 19 cm (7 ¼ ")

    Package(s): 1

Ratings and reviews

Great little platesKIRKPerfect size for when grandkids come over.5
Amazing platesPETERGood quality plates for kids.5
Loved the colorsMARIANNALoved the colors5
Good for everyoneTZUYINGGood for everyone5
Kalas is for Kids..and AdultsDEBORAHThese plates, part of the KALAS line of dinnerware and cutlery for kids. They are stable, lightweight and easily washed in the dishwasher, with rims that make the entry into the big people world of eating at the table, easy as food stays inside the plate. The bonus is that they are also great for use outside, poolside and at events. That they are reusable and not disposable, make them an eco-friendly and a perfect addition to any picnic, party or gathering.5
PerfectISABELLEKids love them!5
Always handyJASONBought these to replace a previous set as after some time they start to show some knife scratches and they are quite cheap to replace5
Kalas dishesDIANEI purchased these dishes for my home daycare. The children love choosing their favourite colours to have their lunch on5
So adorableDIANESo adorable5
Great platesMazalAwesome dishes for kids. Easy to use and wash.5
PlatesPaulaNeeded extra plates and they do the trick5
Pastel platesSHERRIMy daughter wanted these for a picnic with her two neices5
Great item!NaomiLove this item, especially for kids meals, perfect size for them!5
Great product for the moneyChristineGreat product for the money you’re spending!5
Fab!THaylaFabulous thanks5
Great quality & priceNATALIEGreat quality & price5
Very good very coolAtifaVery good very cool5
KALAS Plate, mixed colors

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Good for a lot, but not for everything

Heating food in a microwave oven is an easy way to satisfy a hungry mouth. It’s best to use a bowl or plate made of glass or porcelain. Despite the fact that you can heat food in our plastic products, it’s not recommended. Certain foods quickly reach temperatures over 212°F (100°C), which can destroy bowls and plates.