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ECOlunchbox Bento Splash Box Leak-Proof Food Container, Blue
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- Leak-proof lunch box.
- Measures 6 1/2 by 4 3/4 inches by 2 inches tall
- Silicone lid and stainless container are free of plastic, BPA, and phthalates, with non-slip Tabs on the lid are embossed for easy opening
- Worry-free, leak-proof design - great for getting tossed around in a briefcase or a backpack!
- All parts are dishwasher and oven safe
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The Splash Box plastic-free lunchbox is designed for use with Blue Water Bento organic cotton lunch sacks with marine screen-prints in seahorse, whale and dolphin designs.
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The lid is simple to remove and close, it is silicone therefore it has plenty of give to it--good for anybody especially people with arthritis or children. The stainless steel is durable, but prone to water staining. They should make an even bigger container for multiple people or 8 hours+
Removing the sticker is challenging, peel it slowly as if going in slow motion-- if it tears, start at another corner. I did it this way and removed 95% of the adhesive.
In contrast the UConserve rectangular and circular containers I have are harder to open and close and not as leakproof. The rectangular UConserve is a lot shallower than this Ecolunchbox and doesn't hold as much and I always struggle to get the lid on just right.
Great purchase! Such easy opening for my 7 year old and younger child too. Maybe a bit small for a big eater if used as only food container. Perfect size for a child or used in addition to other containers. Very pleased!
My daughter is now 9 p, and we were forced to purchase different stainless steel containers. Both lids on these ripped. We now cannot use the containers. I think they should have lasted longer than just 2 school years of lunch taking. I don’t recommend.