Ziploc Container, Divided Rectangle, 2-Count(Pack of 2)
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- Pack of two, 2-counts per unit (total of 4 counts)
- Make it easy to store gifts, household items and food while locking in freshness
- You can hear the lid securely close with just one press
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Top Customer Reviews
No more. I have resolved this year to present lunches that resemble choices that I myself would find appealing--many small portions of diverse foods, unexpected combinations, a little bite of something sweet at the end, not too much bread. And I have to say, these boxes really have helped toward that end. The sizes of the compartments create maximum flexibility for leftovers, pinwheels, pasta salads, fruit and veg, crackers & cheese, roll-ups... and yes, the trusty sandwich, now and then. It's easy to slip in one little surprise with the more predictable fare when I can count on the sections maintaining water-tightness; even with the vigorous shaking elementary school kids give their boxes, we've had no leaking from one section into the others. They're holding up in the dishwasher just fine (I do keep extras, because life is nicer when I'm not forced to wash a dish to complete lunch packing).
Ours fit beautifully with a separate snack (usually in a Rubbermaid TakeAlongs 1-Cup Twist and Seal Containers, Pack of 4) + a water bottle in an LL Bean Flip-Top lunchbox. The box inserts at a slight angle, which has not impacted its functionality.
Recommended for kid or adult lunch usage. A great, simple, straightforward, affordable product is always a pleasure to find.
The containers are quite leak-resistant, but not leak proof - just to check it, I put red grape juice in all three compartments, wiped the top with paper towel, sealed the lid and turned it upside down. Within a minute I could see red liquid collecting in the grooves of the lid. So it is not for foods with very runny consistency.
The boxes fit in a vertical style lunch bags, but not in square-shaped ones, so check your lunch box dimensions before buying.
It's easy for my 7 year old to open, and it snaps closed pretty easily too. I don't expect each container to last very long, but for the price, it sure beats baggies. I will definitely buy them again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Please bring these back. I have purchased many different containers at all price points and these were the best by far. We are down to two because my kids have lost the rest. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Heather R Newman
I wish Ziploc still made these. There were excellent at staying sealed and keeping foods separate. One of our lids started to tear after many uses and that would be my only... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Erin (McVeigh) Baer
These have held up well for over two years! We use these almost every weekday and wash in the dishwasher with no issues.Published 3 months ago by Lauren C
These are our FAVORITE lunch containers. After looking at all sorts of "lunch box systems" including the very pricey Planet Box, I found this to be the best option both in... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Clover820
So many reviews focus on using these for kids lunches - I use them for adult lunches/snack boxes.
Pros: Convenient. Stackable. Perfect size. Good shelf life. Read more
we LOVE this box. I have some that are at least 7 years old as I bought them when my son was in first grade and he is now in 7th. They all wash well and have held up well. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Theatlantean