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PlanetBox ROVER Eco-Friendly Stainless Steel Bento Lunch Box with 5 Compartments for Adults and Kids - Black Carry Bag with Sports Balls Magnets
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|Item Dimensions||9.00 x 2.50 x 12.00 inches||4.00 x 5.50 x 1.50 inches||8.50 x 2.00 x 6.50 inches||5.00 x 6.00 x 1.75 inches||12.00 x 9.00 x 2.50 inches|
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I'm surprised by some of the negative reviews because I don't have a single complaint! Yes, it's heavy - that's what you get when you're avoiding the plastic boxes, but that also means it's durable. My son used this all through preschool and now in elementary school, and it looks as perfect as the day I bought it. I wash it in the dishwasher every night so it's ready for daily use. I wipe out the bag as needed, and occasionally throw it in the washing machine on delicate (air dry).
I haven't had any problems with the compartments leaking. I pack yogurt, applesauce, etc. in the big dipper, and hummus, ketchup, etc. in the little dipper. Everything stays in their respective compartments, no juice from oranges escaping to ruin the quesadilla.
Everything looks good in the PlanetBox, too, which was an unexpected bonus when I first started using it. I swear my son eats more when the food is accessible and attractively presented. Also, they give them such a short period of time to eat at school, so I don't want him opening a variety of containers. He only has to open this box and there it all is.
After almost five years of use, I just ordered two new sets of magnets and a new carrying bag. The magnets have accidentally gone through the dishwasher several times and still look good - I just wanted a change. The bag is also still fine, my son was just ready for a more mature look so we got a solid color instead of the printed one we've been using.
Highly recommend PlanetBox! I'm attaching photos of some of the lunches I've packed so you can see the variety of foods that can go in here.
Of course, the sections leak, which is a common problem with the multi-compartment stainless steel boxes. That's why they include the separate round box with the flexible lid. The problem is that the containers barely fit in the pocket on the bag. Same for water bottles. I've seen many a PlanetBox lunch end up on the floor as a child struggles to get something out of the pocket. I've also seen the aftermath of a younger child struggling to open the latch, and in the process turning the box over or dropping it on the floor.
The other issue is that the box takes up a lot of space. Individual boxes with lids can be stacked to save space. This flips open, doubling the footprint on a table. It also means that if another child needs room and tries to push the lid out of the way, it quickly goes on a lap or the floor.
I am begging you, as a teacher, please choose something else! ;-)