Age range: 2.5-adult (depending on appetite and whether the child takes a separate fruit break)
Where to buy: Supermarkets
Best for: Kids who like small sandwich, or a wrap or a large lunch, separate sides and an option for a wet side.
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With it’s flip top, yoghurt container and compartmentalised bottom, this lunchbox represents good value for a lunchbox available at the supermarket.
This is a little tricky to wash in the dishwasher due to the way it opens out. I put mine on the bottom shelf and use the racks that are there for the plates to keep it open,. Its not recommended, but it does the job and we haven’t had any problems with it. With the separate yoghurt pot it means you can put in a wet side of yoghurt, dip, watermelon etc. This lunchbox can effectively hold as much as a Go Green. It doesn’t look as pretty as it isn’t as well laid out and it isn’t leakproof but it’s a good start if you’re after something cheap and cheerful. The top is a little tricky and you need to remember that it opens out, so really the only thing that can go in there is a sandwich or wrap.
The range of colours is good, purple, blue, green and pink and I think there’s a yellow as well. There are also matching yoghurt pots sold separately, which is good if you lose one.If you use a few silicone cups inside the main area of this lunchbox, you’ve got a fair bit of space to make a bento-esque lunchbox! The main lid opens easily, but Master 3 struggled a little with getting the sandwich out.
Cons: Not leakproof, but cheap and the yoghurt container means you can put yoghurt/watermelon/ whatever you like to include that is wet in it. Awkward shape- you need a big cooler bage to fit it due to its height.
I purchased this lunchbox for reviewing purposes. All the opinions are mine.