Laptop Lunch Bento Set 2.0
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- Includes 5 containers and 2 utensils; made of pylene and polyethylene; stainless-steel utensils
- Non-toxic, phthalate free, bisphenol-A (BPA) free, lead free, and PVC free
- Durable plastic containers are microwave safe, lids are not; all containers and lids are top-rack dishwasher safe
- User guide has fresh lunch ideas, strategies for improving nutrition, tips for picky eaters, and quick-reference shopping lists
- Large containers are 1-1/4 cup and 1-2/3 cup; small containers are 3/4 cup and 2/3 cup; dip container is 1/8 cup
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This Bento Box Set includes a hard blue outer shell containing 5 food containers in lime, purple, teal, periwinkle & green (3 with lids, 2 without lids), a set of stainless steel utensils, and The Laptop Lunch User's Guide. Removable inner containers can accommodate a variety of food sizes and its single unit eliminates the mess of jumbled containers. The sealable lid prevents wet foods from leaking onto other foods, while the dip container can be used for sauces, dressings, and other dips. Its durable plastic containers (not lids) are microwave safe and the both containers and lids are dishwasher safe--top rack only. In addition to allowing for a waste-free meal, all Laptop Lunch products are non toxic and free of phthalate, bisphenol-A (BPA), lead free, and PVC free. Creative lunch menus, Quick and easy kid-friendly recipes, Strategies for making the most of your Laptop Lunch, Tips for reducing lunchtime waste.
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I hate these so bad that even though I just spent a ridiculous amount of money for them, and can't get my money back, I'm immediately going to go buy better lunchboxes and some stainless steel containers to go in them. These plastic containers may be BPA free but , sigh, they are still PLASTIC. Yuck. \
I'd NEVER buy this again.
My son can see most of the food as soon as he opens his lunch (we had trouble with him only eating 1 or 2 items when we used containers that didn't show him the food).
I use the bins to organize his lunch. I always include a fruit, vegetable (usually in form of chips), and a grain/protein combo and each food type has a bin. For some reason, it became a lot easier for me when I got this set, looking at the bins in the morning helps me remember what I put into each.
Both kids can easily open the containers (also a problem with other stuff we've tried).
My son has been using his for over a year and the outer cloth container shows a fair amount of wear but is holding up well, we will probably get another year out of it before it needs to be replaced. The inner containers look great and show no wear from their daily use.
Some stuff we've had to adjust to:
Making sure to clean the containers every night. If you can afford it, get a set of extra containers to make this easier. It took me a year to convince myself it was worth the money for extra sets, but I've found it worth it.
Making food fit the containers. I sometimes have to be creative how I cut stuff up to make it fit nicely in the containers.