Age range: 2.5- 12 (depending on appetite and whether the child takes a separate fruit break)
Where to buy: Tupperware
Best for: kids who like a sandwich and few non liquidy sides.
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This is a great luchbox if you don’t need leakproof, with a great warranty!
Pros: This lunchbox is sturdy and has the feel of other Tupperware products- like it will last. It’s all in one piece so kids are less likely to lose one part or another which makes for easy labelling (all of these are major pluses for school- being an ex teacher I remember kids losing lunchbox bits all the time!).
A sandwich fits nicely in the centre (even bigger breads), and three side dishes fit in the lunchbox as well. The section divides don’t reach the seals though, so no wet items or you’ll end up with a soggy sandwich!
The Sandwich Plus fits in the dishwasher easily and comes out perfectly, time and time again. The openness of the lunchbox means there aren’t many tricky corners for food to get caught in which is a big positive for me. The compartments, particularly the one on the left are large, so a fair bit of food will fit in them. You could use small dippers or leakproof containers for yoghurt in this lunchbox.
The clasp is easy to open and shut, and closes easily when the lid is put down. Don’t forget- this is covered by Tupperware’s lifelong warranty, so a good investment. There is also a cooler bag available for it- which is good because it has an unusual shape.
It comes in two colours, pink or blue and they styling means it would probably still appeal to teenagers, as it has no cutesy pictures or branding.
Master 3 found this easy to open.
Cons: not leakproof. The compartments don’t individually seal either, so food transfer will happen if not stored upright. Size- you really need to keep this one upright, so it could be problematic unless you get the matching bag.
I was sent this lunchbox to review, but was not paid to complete the review. All of the opinions are mine.