Age range: 5-adult
Best for: Kids who eat a lot or who use their lunchbox for morning tea, afternoon tea and lunch.
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This lunchbox is leakproof and contains a massive amount of food. Having said that, it can grow with your child if you use the drink bottle at first and then remove it when your child is older. The seal on this lunchbox has turn lock technology which helps to seal it all in place.
The depth of the individual compartments is really good, I used silicone cups to pack it as I was worried I was overpacking for Miss 5. I tried to keep it to the same amount of food but it is so easy to over pack when there are big compartments waiting to be filled.
I washed it in the dishwasher, and it came out clean, but there was a fair bit of water trapped on the back between the compartments which ran all over the floor.
As the name suggests it comes in green and green only, but that means it is gender neutral and that it appeals to older kids too. It has no gimicky patterns, or pictures, so quite appealing to the older kids. You could easily decorate with stickers or even decals if you wanted to.
If your kids need to pack everything into one lunchbox it would be perfect and can also be used in conjunction with a Go Green lunchbag, making an awesome combination.
Even master 3 found this easy to open. He had a little more trouble closing it than opening, but all in all it wasn’t too hard!
Cons: Compared to the amount of food you can fit in here, the drink bottle is small. The Go Green holds a lot of food- however it is a very large lunchbox and I think it would be quite difficult for smaller children to manage. The price- you need to buy the bag as well as they are too big for standard cooler bags.
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.