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ECOlunchbox Three-in-One Stainless Steel Food Container Set
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- Designed by a experienced lunch-packer and mother of two, the Three in One is a nifty three piece set ideal for lunchtime.
- The 100% stainless steel lunchbox set works great for packing a small sandwich on the bottom plus a wet and dry side dish in the top container.
- All together when boxed up, the bento measures 4 inches wide, 5 1/2 inches long and 2 3/4 inches high and fits about 4 cups of food. The bottom section is 1 inch deep (contains about 1 1/2 cups food) and fits a small whole sandwich on sliced bread. The top layer is a bit larger at 1 1/2 inches deep (contains about 1 3/4 cups of food) and works well for bulkier food, such as chips, sliced fruit, leftover pastas or salads.
- ECOlunchboxes are not leak proof. Damp foods work well in our containers, but because the lids don't have any plastic gaskets or other added synthetics to create a seal, very wet foods may leak.
- The clips are kid-tested and can be adjusted to desired stiffness. For more information about how to adjust the clips, visit our FAQ page.
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|Sold By||Apple Green Baby||Apple Green Baby||RoyalHus||green mom place|
|Color||Silver||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Green|
|Dimensions||3 inches x 6 inches x 4 inches||5.25 inches x 5.25 inches x 5.25 inches||1.75 inches x 6.5 inches x 4.75 inches||1.9 inches x 6.7 inches x 4.1 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.9 pounds||1.05 pounds||0.02 pounds||0.3 pounds|
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High Quality 205 series stainless steel
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First issue I have is that this box is made of 201 and NOT 18/8 stainless steel. 201 are not as rust proof as 18/8 and will rust over time, yikes! After 3 weeks of use, I can already see a little rust spots near the hinges of the lunch box.
Second issue I have is that you can't keep anything mist in here. It will leak even if the latch doesn't pop open accidentally (which happens way too often). They did address this issue in the description so this is not a complete surprise.
Third issue (this is a major one) is that when you apply any pressure at the corners of the box, the latch flies out! Forget putting this in a book bag or with anything else besides a dedicated lunch bag. The box collapse into itself with any pressure at the corner which results in the lid falling apart and all the content inside gets dumped out! Major design flaw!
I cannot recommend this lunch box with its current design.
First off this thing was obviously punched out of a poorly maintained metal press in India as fast as they could pop them out. The lids all flare outward at the edges or are pressed incorrectly to they don't seat properly. There were traces of steel dust through out the item and the "clamps" (I use the word loosely) look like they may last only a few months with consistent use. Even the box it came in didn't fit the unit correctly - I mean c'mon, that's like adding insult to injury, why even put it in a box if it's so "Eco-Minded"....
All in all the fit and finish is terrible and in no way is this worth the 20+ dollars I paid for it; $6-$8.00 would be a more appropriate price. My guess is that the main distributer pays pennies to the manufacturer for these things so they are really making a killing. I should have been more cautious, so many fly-by-night companies are making a killing with the so-called "Eco" and "Green" labeled items you never know what you are getting. Caveat emptor...
Update: 08/21/2014 - After occasional use over the past few years, the outer container has developed two pin holes due to corrosion. This is usually the case with Stainless of questionable quality. Basically proves my original point, the manufacturer used the cheapest methods, materials possible to make these and then gave them a catchy name. Don't waste your money. There are better alternatives out there.
(edit for fairness)today is the second day ive used it and ive come to the conclusion that it is not too small. its also nice cos the psychological solidity of it keeps me from eating all my lunch before im hungry... and the smallest container does not leak if you put it together right- i was in a rush yesterday. still, the fit's a little funnny.
The design is impeccable. The lid can be flipped upside down and used as a base for the upper level, leaving no mess on the tabletop. The top level is designed in such a way that, when set in the overturned lid, it doesn't actually touch the inside of the lid, so if either the inside of the lid or the bottom of the upper section is dirty, the other one won't get messy. This isn't hugely important, but it does make the whole process of having multiple compartments very easy to work with. All of the space in this box is highly usable.
The build quality is difficult to describe. On the one hand, my model looks obviously warped when looked at from particular angles, and when pieces are put together, they fit snugly, if not flushly. However, everything does indeed fit together as tightly as needed (it also helps to get away from the expectation of the kind of tight-fitting seal that only plastic lids can create), although I find that the clasps snap a little tighter if I put the top part on one way instead of another. The metal is smartly chosen: a little thinner in the main sections and thicker in the lids, which would otherwise be easier to bend. As it is, the lids are quite sturdy, and the larger pieces don't seem likely to deform any time soon. I was also extremely pleased to note two details: 1) There are no seams where food could get stuck (the corners are just a little rounded on the insides), and 2) there are no sharp edges.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought these lunch boxes for my middle school & high school students. I love that they are tremendously compact and still provide lots of options lunch for combinations. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Rochelle Clarke
I love this lunch box, It has plenty of storage for how much I eat, it fits a full sandwich in the bottom if cut diagonally.Published 9 days ago by William Gonzalez
I love this lunchbox, I use it almost every day at work. Eco-friendly, cute, and doesn't fit a ton but works well for some of the colder components of my lunch.Published 10 days ago by Lily Breen
I have two of these and used them all last year throughout the school year for my 1st grade daughter (and will do the same this coming year). They've been great for us. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Nataloon
I take lunch to work daily, but wanted to stop wasting plastic bags and carry my food in stainless steel. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Richie Bachman
This is perfect! It works exactly as I'd hoped, is durable, washes in the dishwasher.Published 20 days ago by nkh
this is NOT a lunch box for small children, very difficult to open for an adult and impossible for a young child. Read morePublished 25 days ago by W