Age range: 2.5-12 (depending on appetite and whether the child takes a separate fruit break)
Where to buy: Supermarkets
Best for: Kids who like a small sandwich, and non wet sides.
For all other info, head back to the review table.
This lunchbox is what I had as a kid. And not much has changed in it. It still has the small drinkbottle that is designed to be frozen and keep the lunchbox cool for the day at school, which could help with keeping some stuff cool but probably isn’t as efficient as an icepak and cooler bag.
I wash ours in the dishwasher, it comes out clean. You can fit a sandwich, but as you can see in the picture, I’ve had to overlap it. Has our bread grown? Maybe, because I recall a soggy sandwich wrapped in cling film shoved in that bit when I was a kid.
The colours are bright and happy, purple, green, blue and there aren’t too many pieces to lose. Mind you, at $6.95 complete you could probably purchase a few. It doesn’t seal completely and therefore can leak.
This is the cheapest lunchbox from all the reviewing that you can buy at your local supermarket, so if you want one that does the job and is cheap….it’s one to go for!
Cons: Not leakproof, out of the four of these I received, two have broken already, they don’t do well when dropped. The space inside is limited and therefore wouldn’t be a good lunchbox for the older kids as space is wasted in the depth.
I was sent this lunchbox to review, but was not paid to complete the review. All of the opinions are mine.