Other Sellers on Amazon
+ Free Shipping
Bentgo Kids Childrens Lunch Box - Bento-styled Lunch Solution Offers Durable, Leak-proof, On-the-go Meal and Snack Packing (Blue)
Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products. Something we hope you'll especially enjoy: FBA items qualify for FREE Shipping and Amazon Prime.
If you're a seller, Fulfillment by Amazon can help you increase your sales. We invite you to learn more about Fulfillment by Amazon .
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- 5 practical compartments portioned for a childs appetite (Recommended for ages 3-7)
- Leak-proof technology that keeps meals and snacks fresh and mess-free - Includes two kid-friendly latches that are easy to open and close
- Microwave and dishwasher-safe removable tray (Recommended to hand wash the outer shell to preserve the leak-proof seal and extend the longevity of your product)
- Drop-proof rubber coated edges and sturdy design for active kids
- Made of food-grade safe, FDA-approved, and BPA-free materials - Includes an industry-leading 2 Year Warranty
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
From the manufacturer
Why Choose Bentgo?
At Bentgo, we’re passionate about supporting our customers in their commitment to living a healthy, balanced lifestyle. We launched our company in 2013 because we knew there was a better way to lunch. Uninspired by the boring, non-practical lunch solutions on the market, we set out to create something innovative that would put the spark back into the idea of taking your lunch to work or school.
Pack More Variety into Your Child’s Lunch
Bentgo Kids is an innovative bento-style lunch box designed for kids on the go. No other children’s lunch box makes it this fun and easy to add variety to lunch. With a compartment for fruit, veggies, dip, an entrée, and dessert, this leak-proof lunch box organically inspires parents to pack a more wholesome, balanced lunch for their children. We spared no detail in the design of Bentgo Kids because we know it’s never too early to start building healthy eating habits.
Bentgo Kids is recommended for children ages 3-7, but is also great for anyone else looking for a portion-controlled lunch box.
- Eliminates the need for individual bagging
- Easy to use for young children
- FDA-approved, food-safe materials (No BPA, Vinyl, Lead, or PVC)
- Dimensions: 8.5” x 6.5” x 2”
- 2 Year Warranty
Special Features of Bentgo Kids
Removable Compartment Trays
The removable compartment tray is dishwasher and microwave safe. We also offer different color trays, allowing you to mix and match for colorful personalization.
Durable Drop-Proof Construction
This rugged lunch box has a rubberized overlay around the sides and internal hinges ensure Bentgo Kids can withstand the bangs and bruises that come with keeping up with kids on the go.
Travel confidently knowing your runny foods will stay where you put them thanks to the leak-proof technology built in to the rubberized lid of Bentgo Kids.
Free Recipe Book
As an added bonus, each Bentgo Kids comes with a free download of our new eBook, “Fun & Healthy Meal Guide - 30 Kid-friendly Recipes & Meal Combos for Your Bentgo Kids”.
Compare to similar items
|Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping|
|Sold By||SKUniverse||Amazon.com||Aohea USA||Appraised Ventures Ltd||New Tomorrow||BRIGENIUS|
|Color||Blue||Blue Sky||Purple||Retro Green||Blue and pink||Green|
|Item Dimensions||2.83 x 3.46 x 2.2 in||7.9 x 7.9 x 2.5 in||4 x 8 x 10 in||1.8 x 8.5 x 6.5 in||1.8 x 6.7 x 9 in||7 x 8.7 x 2.7 in|
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
My 5 year-old kindergartner takes this box for his lunch, and it is truly the better choice for YOUNGER CHILDREN in my opinion. It has a more juvenile color scheme, five small food compartments, DURABLE RUBBER TRIM on the top and bottom, and overall exudes a higher quality product that will withstand more abuse than the Yumbox. The latches are more HEAVY-DUTY than the Yumbox, and although it can be a bit difficult for kids to close at first (it's a tight seal around the inner tray), my son got the hang of it after a couple tries. The Bentgo Kids trays come in three different colors and seem more durable than the Yumbox trays.
The Bentgo Kids box doesn't hold a LOT of food, but it is plenty for my son, and I imagine it will provide ample food until he's in second or third grade (probably a good box for 3-8 year-olds?). The largest compartment will fit a half sandwich unless your bread is huge, but then you can just cut it in quarters. The Bentgo Kids shell is a bit larger than the Yumbox, so it's a tight squeeze into my son's soft-sided LL Bean box, but we manage to fit the Bentgo and a Lifefactory water bottle into the LL Bean box.
*UPDATE* - We recently purchased an LL Bean Discovery lunch box, and this easily fits either the Bentgo or Yumbox as well as a water bottle and extras. The Bentgo also fits in a Lands' End ClassMate soft sided lunch box with a Goodbyn water bottle (see photo).
Does the Bentgo Kids leak? Nope. The rubber gasket on the lid is impressive, and ranch dressing has stayed neatly in the center dip compartment. The gasket on the Yumbox doesn't seem to be as good, so this is another reason why I like the Bentgo Kids better for younger children. It's pretty much foolproof. To clean, simply remove the inner tray and put it in the dishwasher. I always hand wash the outer shell or at least give it a wipe-down each day.
I purchased this Yumbox Panino for my 9 year-old third grader. I like the Yumbox Panino colors and design better for OLDER CHILDREN (maybe 7-12 year-olds?). It's less juvenile than the Bentgo Kids box, and the Panino version has room for a larger sandwich. Since its tray has thin dividers, it will HOLD A BIT MORE FOOD too. The Yumbox has a slightly SMALLER FOOTPRINT than the Bentgo Kids, and it fits snugly in my son's LL Bean lunch box, but his water bottle does make his lunch box lid bulge out - not a big deal. We have since upgraded to the LL Bean Discovery lunch box, which is much deeper and has plenty of room. If you only have room for a small, narrow water bottle, the Goodbyn bottle is a great option (found on Amazon).
We have packed ranch dressing in the center, and as long as I press down tightly while latching the lid, it doesn't leak. The inner tray has printed text underneath (they are not removable stickers), but it does have a more grown-up look to it than the whimsical designs on other Yumbox trays. Yumbox sells plain trays on their website. The tray easily snaps out for washing in the dishwasher, but we always wash the outer shell by hand.
FOUR compartments or SIX? Yes, Yumbox offers two different versions - same size, but the trays have either more or less compartments. I debated greatly over which to buy, but ultimately I decided that the Panino (4 compartment) style would grown with my son better than the 6-compartment Yumbox, and on days when he doesn't pack a large sandwich, I simply use silicone baking cups as dividers. Links to the cupcake liners and leaf-shaped food picks shown in my photo are at the end of this review.
Both boxes have different features, so the box to choose really depends on your child's needs. The YUMBOX PANINO is my favorite for OLDER CHILREN or those who eat larger lunches because of the tray design and color combinations. The BENTGO KIDS is terrific for younger kids as it seems MORE DURABLE yet holds plenty of food for little ones. I do wish the Bentgo Kids box came in more colors, but perhaps this is in the works. For now, my son enjoys using his different-colored trays to switch things up a bit.
Links to other products shown in my photo:
Silicone Cupcake Liners (this set has red, which my sons had to have):
Leaf Food Picks:
February, 2017 UPDATE:
My second grader is still using his Bentgo Kids nearly every day, as it holds more than enough food for his appetite. The rubber trim began to peel off a bit on the outer container (though I always hand wash it), and Bentgo sent me a replacement! What a wonderful product and equally great customer service!
I have also purchased the bentobox (the other comparable on amazon), and definitely bentgo wins!!
We used this lunch box 5 days a week and my nanny cleaned it promptly after the lunch box was brought home. After 5 months we started noticing the black spots in the rubber lining on the lid. Even after scrubbing , those spots never went and I started noticing more and more of these spots and then realized that it is actually MOLD. Though the box is functional and we loved it , due to the MOLD we had to toss it. Reducing my 5 stars to 2 stars. Hope this reaches to the customer service. I am attaching a few pictures as well.
If it didn’t break, I would of given it 5 stars.
Here are some considerations:
A typical lunch I would pack in this would be:
Half a sandwich
Half an apple sliced
Handful of berries
This is the perfect size meal for my little 5YO. A kid that eats adult portions would need a bigger box.
This can eliminate trash for your kid. They just open up and eat what’s in the box.
It CAN squeeze in a Danimal (tiny yogurt) bottle OR a small granola bar in the second largest compartment, still leaving room for a half a sandwich in the largest.
BUT you can’t just toss in prepackaged (or unpackaged) food without considering its size
I needed to get a bento bag for this after seeing how cumbersome it was for him to carry this and a juice box without a handle. The bag I got fit the box snugly and I have to squeeze the juice box in to fit. But it will zip up.
I love this box but am very disappointed that the plastic ledge that the latches clip onto broke. He’s using it anyway, but if he opens his bag the wrong way, the contents are no longer secure. The food spills out.
My husband and I find it easy to fasten and unfasten. My daughter finds it easy to unfasten and a bit more difficult to re-fasten. We haven't put dips into it much, as she doesn't fasten it well after lunch and the runny stuff gets all over, but if your child masters closing it, I'd imagine it would contain the liquids/sauces just fine. It holds a standard child's water bottle in the outside pocket just fine.
It fits well into Bentology's Insulated Meal Tote Insulated Durable Lunch Bag - Reusable Meal Tote With Handle and Pockets - Alien