Age range: 10- adult (depending on appetite and whether the child takes a separate fruit break)
Where to buy:Name my stuff
Best for: Bento style lunch, lots of bits and pieces.
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Gold-I-Lock is a great idea, the dividers are removable and you can have an open lunchbox, a duo, triple or quad set up. It is also leakproof.
As stainless steel lunchboxes go, this is the most versatile available at the moment. The dividers are interchangeable and they mean that you have quite a few possibilities for this lunchbox. The lunchbox as a whole is leakproof, but the compartments are not.
Because it is plain stainless it washes amazingly and comes out clean and fresh everytime. The lid has a silicone seal that seems to be fine with washing. The box seals well.
This lunchbox is ethically sourced in India and comes in at 900mls, so just under the size of the lunchbots cinco. Its a good size for packing snacks, or a child who has a separate sandwich box. Ours was permanently marked with our family name on top by Name my stuff which is an absolutely awesome idea. If you were packing sushi etc in this lunchbox it would fit quite well and the depth meas you could cut the sushi quite tall so it took up less of the bottom of the box, meaning you’d get more in. Silicone cups inside helped me to pack this neater and the small leakproof container helped with wanting a dip.
Cons: This lunchbox is very difficult to open. I don’t know if it’s tighter when new, but it is quite difficult to undo the clasps. The didivders are also quite sharp. These are the main reasons I’ve suggested this lunchbox to an older audience.
I was sent this lunchbox to review, but was not paid to complete the review. All of the opinions are mine.