Age range: 4-adult (depending on appetite and whether the child takes a separate fruit break)
Where to buy: Little Bento World
Best for: Kids who like a full sandwich and bits and pieces. Also good for wraps! Great for adults or others who can use a microwave/have food heated.
For all other info, head back to the review table.
This is a medium sized lunchbox that contains all you would need for lunch for bigger eaters. Due to the 4 compartments, quite a lot of variety can be packed into the lunchbox and it is securely held together by the lid, but isn’t completely leakproof.
The lunchbox is easy to wash and has gone through the dishwasher here, although the manufacturer does recommend hand washing to extend the life of it. But I’ve got 21 lunchboxes to review, so I don’t have time for handwashing!
The inner trays are microwaveable, and the box as a whole is very attractive. It only comes in the green as pictured and would therefore suit most older kids who don’t want cute pictures or childish colours. The Fuel Bento is quite versatile as the inner compartments are well laid out.
The lids on each compartment press down well, but aren’t leakproof. So it would need to be kept upright or pack wet food separately.
Cons: Master 3 struggled with the clasp on this one as it is quite tight and it opens in the opposite direction to most other lunchboxes. The weight and the number of pieces make it much more suitable for an older user, otherwise with 5 parts, you may lose some.
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I was sent this lunchbox to review, but was not paid to complete the review. All of the opinions are mine.