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Klean Kanteen Vacuum Insulated Food Canister with Stainless Lid
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- Does not retain or impart flavors
- 18/8 food-grade stainless steel
- Bulk ready and grease pencil friendly
- airtight and shatter-proof
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Klean Kanteen food canisters are the best way to transport food to school, work and play. Great for storing food at home or taking it with you.
Color: Brushed Stainless | Size: 16-Ounce
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The pros: These containers are all-metal except for a little bit of plastic along the screw part of the lid and the silicone sealing ring. No plastic touches my food. They are very leakproof and pretty tough. They are great sizes and very nice looking. They seem to keep things cold better than they do hot.
The cons: I work in the field, so I was hoping that these would keep my food warm until lunchtime. The time between when I heat up the food to put in the containers and when I eat it is usually 5-6 hours. When I get to the food, it is room temperature. I have tried all the tricks, including pouring boiling water into the containers before I put the hot food in there and letting it sit for a minute. I should also note that these sit in my (somewhat) insulated lunchbox in my backpack (usually in the shade) between when we leave and lunch. This is annoying, because if I wanted room temperature food, I could just as easily bring my non-insulated metal containers for lunch.
Some notes: Things that are cold (sitting in the fridge) that I put in here seem to stay slightly cooler than room temperature in these (for the same period of time), so if you want to keep things cold, these might work well for you. I put a serving of ice cream in the smaller one for a short period of time and it stayed very cold and frozen. I've noticed that the lid will start to get cold or hot depending on what's in the container, but the sides stay neutral, indicating that most of the temperature exchange occurs via the lid.
The bottom line: If you are looking for a container that will keep your food hot for 5-6 hours, this isn't it. If you want something mostly plastic-less and leakproof, you should probably just get the non-insulated ones. However, if you are doing something like going to a picnic that is in less than 3 hours, these should probably be sufficient (especially if you are bringing cold food).
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