Age range: 2.5-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 cut up sandwhich, can also fit rice paper rolls, sushi etc and lots of fruit.
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The beauty of the Shikiri Lunchbox is its adaptability. It comes with two removable trays and a divider. You can use one tray, use two trays, use a divider and a tray, make the lunchbox work best for what you packing and who you are packing for.
I wash ours in the dishwasher, it comes out clean. I wash the and compartments separately. The transparent part on the top is not dishwasher safe, apparently, but I read that after it had been through the dishwasher three times already- I’m not really one for instructions! The chopsticks are removable and I actually handwash them.
The design of this lunchbox means it looks quite grown up- which is awesome for the teenage or adult market. Out of all the lunchboxes in this review, it is the one Mr Kidgredients would be willing to take to work.
I like the styling of this one and it can contain more than it looks like it does, but would take some getting used to to maximise the packing! The container is also microwaveable (without the lid) so you can heat up your lunch as well.
Cons: It’s a tight fit for an uncut sandwich even with all the dividers etc out, so I would say this one is a no go for hardened sandwich lovers. Although it has a silicone rim, it’s not completely leakproof.
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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.