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Yumbox Leakproof Bento Lunch Box Container (Framboise Pink) for Kids

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  • Item Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • ASIN: B00DE2PVTG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (211 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,964 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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227 of 228 people found the following review helpful By mightieq on February 7, 2014
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We have 2 - Pink and Green. We've been using these for about 3 months, so I feel like I can give a pretty good review and comparison to our Planetbox Rovers. My kids are about 4 and 2, and we have lots of food allergies so we pack food constantly, and at their daycare we pack lunches. My lunchboxes get a lot of use. Pros/Cons of Yumbox, then a comparison to Planetbox Rover.

Favorite things about the Yumbox:
(1) It really is leak-proof. We put in yogurt, ketchup, applesauce, mandarin oranges, berries, cheese shreds, chips and they all stay in their container/area. I love love love this for preschool aged/toddler kids. LOVE.
(2) It seems pretty sturdy. We don’t toss these things around, but we aren't super gentle either and I have yet to have them unlatch or crack. This is with about 3 months of use. The outside doesn’t look pristine, but I don’t really care, and my daughter hasn’t mentioned it.
(3) The” dip-dip” spot in the middle is PERFECT. It is small enough that you can put some chocolate chips or jelly beans if you want, or you can put ketchup for dipping leftover hamburger, or mustard for bologna - it is the perfect size in my opinion and it is so nice to not have to waste a large portion of the lunchbox area for dipping needs (a complaint of mine about Planetbox).
(4) This fits into a lot of lunchbags – I think the majority of “flat” type lunch bags out there would work. I put it in our flat lunch bags from Garnet Hill, which has the following dimensions: 10 1/4" H x 8 1/4" W x 3" D. And there is room to spare all over. I think it would fit the majority of “flat” lunch boxes, including the PBK Classic Lunch Bag (6.75" wide x 3" deep x 7.5" high) and the LB Bean Lunch Box (9"H x 7"W x 4"D).
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48 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Daisy Lopez on July 18, 2013
Just bought two of these for my daughters and as soon as the girls saw them, they wanted to use them. They begged me to put snacks in them. What I love most about these: (1) no lids to lose, (2) you can take the tray out, (3) when closed, the contents do not shift into different compartments, (4) the divided compartments with the food labels really help as a reminder to pack a healthy lunch/snack, (5) it is sturdy and seems to be of high quality, and (6) easy enough for my 2 and 4 year olds to open/close. The fact that the contents does not move from one compartment to another is the main reason I bought these; I had been looking for something like that for a few months.

What I don't like about it: it is quite heavy without anything in it; when you put food in it, it's even heavier! Also, I wish there was a bit of room to fit a utensil in there, like a small spoon in case I put in some yogurt and such. I would love if it came with a thermal cover or something that you could use to keep contents hot or cold.

However, I love it so much I will most likely be buying one for my son too. Highly recommended.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Alison Smith on July 7, 2014
I actually really love this lunch box container and would give it a five star review of not for the fact that we have gone through two of them in 8 months. The design is great, and they don't leak at all -- my 2 year old loves it and the portion sizes are perfect, but the hinges are plastic and break really easily when cleaning. I actually came on Amazon today to buy another one, then just figured I would spend a little more money on something else that won't break as easily.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on January 7, 2014
I've had a yumbox for my 3 and 5-year-old sons for about six months. It's categorically awesome/leakproof/easy for us, but with the following caveats:

1) It's really best if you use this inside of an insulated lunch bag. The box is not big, and does not have extra room for utensils, coldpack, drink or additional food. I bought this:
B00892W536

and it fits lots of extras, including a sandwich box, which leads me to...

2) It doesn't hold a ton of food. For an all-in-one solution, you might look into a planet rover, which is much more expensive, but holds more food. For our family, one box holds lunch for my 3-year-old, but he gets additional snack at preschool. For my 5-year-old, we provide morning snack, lunch and afternoon snack, and the box doesn't hold enough for him. So I throw an extra sandwich in his lunchbag and that seems to be about right. The box itself doesn't hold a sandwich (or you have to gerry-rig it to do so), but I actually see that as a feature, since it means my kid gets a more varied diet for most of the day. I think of it as sandwich-plus-sides, and viewed that way, it's a GREAT solution.

3) You have to buy/make food that makes sense for the compartments... it's not as flexible as a more traditional bento. FWIW, raisinets or TJs mini peanut-butter cups are the perfect way to use the dip compartment for dessert, but anything bigger is a little clugey. It will hold one hershey kiss or a couple of gummy bears if you kind of squoosh them. But unless you're willing to trade one of the main compartments for dessert, that's about it.
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