Age range: 7- adult (depending on appetite and whether the child takes a separate fruit break)
Where to buy: Bubs and Beans
Best for: Kids who like a sandwich and sides and want everything all in one lunchbox
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The fliplids lunchbox is very cool, I’ve spent a fair bit of time just wondering how it manages to flip around like it does, and I don’t think I’ve figured it out. It’s a little bit of James Bond for your lunchtime.
There are three compartments on each section, but you can only open the two sides from one box and the centre from the other box at any given point in time. The lunchbox is not leakproof, but does have a small container in it which is leakproof and a small drink bottle in another section.
I washed it in the dishwasher which was no mean feat as it is basically constructed to not fit in there without some serious contortionism. Jokes aside, this is a very cool lunchbox, but it’s quite hard to open for the younger kids and I imagine that for an older child it would be a lot of fun showing people your magical disappearing sandwich.
The designs and colours are attractive, bright and not too young, which is good because the lunchbox is aimed towards older kids.
Being Australian made and designed, this is a good option for supporting our amazing country! This lunchbox could contain two sandwiches, yoghurt, ample cut up fruit and would be sufficient for a full day for even a big eater.
Cons: It’s not leakproof, but does have a leakproof container. The other thing going against it is that it is quite tricky for little fingers to get open.
I was sent this lunchbox to review, but was not paid to complete the review. All of the opinions are mine.