Age range: 7-adult (difficult to open- so help is required!)
Buy from:Lime Tree Kids
Best for: Versatile lunches that can easily be changed around. Everything from a sandwich or wraps to sushi and pasta.
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The dipper containers are leakproof, although the outer container isn’t. Deceptively this lunchbox holds a good amount of food. The dippers can go anywhere and you can arrange the lunchbox to whatever mood your lunchee is in.
There are 4 colour ways in the current range and some are still available under the previous name of laptop lunches. Pattern free, just with serving suggestions on top, these would suit even older users who want to look more sophisticated. It’s got a really clean and crisp look to it and really showcases your food well.
It goes through the dishwasher (just be careful of the tiny dipper lid- mine almost got eaten alive!) and each of the inner containers is also microwaveable which is a big bonus if the user can use a microwave at their lunch location. The outer part of the lunchbox is in one piece and there is even a cutlery spot down the side- talk about thoughtful.
The lunchbox is also a ood depth and two sandwiches can stack inside. Don’t be limited by the setup I’ve done, you can play jigsaws with the containers to achieve the lunchbox you want.
Cons:There are lots of lids and bits, so kids who lose lunchbox items would struggle with this one. Likewise, in opening testing, Master 3 and Miss 5 couldn’t open it without assistance even after being shown how to a few times. My friends son, who is 7 also struggled with this one.
I was sent this lunchbox to review, but was not paid to complete the review. All of the opinions are mine. This post contains affiliate links.