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Rubbermaid Lunch Blox Container Salad Kit
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- Modular containers snap together to save space and stay organized, and can be stacked to fit various lunch bag shapes and sizes
- Blue Ice freezer packs snap directly to food containers, keeping salads or lunch chilled when you’re on the go
- Durable containers have a secure lid seal to prevent leaking
- Kit Includes: 1 Salad Container (5.2 cup capacity), 1 Toppings Tray, 1 Salad Dressing Container (1.8 oz), 1 Medium Blue Ice freezer pack (Size: 4.81" L x 5.625" W x 5.25" H when stacked
- Microwave, dishwasher and freezer safe, BPA-free
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From the manufacturer
For nearly 80 years, the Rubbermaid brand represents innovative, high-quality products that help simplify life. Today, Rubbermaid products can be found almost everywhere including mass retail, hardware and home center stores, warehouse clubs, supermarkets, drug stores, department stores and specialty stores. Newell Rubbermaid Inc. is committed to ensuring that the Rubbermaid brand continues to stand for durable, innovative products that help simplify the lives of people everyday.
Easy Lunch Organization
Smarter lunches start with better organization! LunchBlox makes packing healthy lunches easier than ever before. Modular containers fill lunch bags more efficiently by snapping to and stacking with each other, and can be snapped to reusable Blue Ice packs to keep foods chilled. Handy measurement guides on the side of each container mean perfect portion sizes, while the secure lids lock in freshness and prevent leaks.
- Microwaveable and freezer-safe.
- Durable and leak-proof.
- Made BPA-free in the USA.
Lunch Perfectly Packed
With containers that snap to reusable Blue Ice packs and to each other, the endlessly configurable LunchBlox food storage system helps you build the perfect lunch every time.
Perfect lunch storage
With just the right amount of space for a satisfying lunch, the LunchBlox Entrée Kit is the best way to pack the perfect lunch.
Lunches stay fresher longer
Blue Ice freezer packs snap to containers to keep food chilled, while durable, leak-proof lids keep freshness locked inside until lunch time!
Featuring multiple container sizes, each marked with a handy measurement guide, it's easy to pack everything you need for a nutritious, satisfying lunch.
|LunchBlox||Leak-Proof LunchBlox||Fasten + Go||Balance|
|Available Kits||Sandwich Kit, Salad Kit, and Entrée Kit||Small Entrée Kit, Small Entrée Kit with Case, Large Entrée Kit, Snack Pack Kit||Entrée Kit, Soup Kit, and Salad Kit||11-Piece Kit, 8- Piece Kit|
|Best For||Lunch and on-the-go meals||Lunch and snacks on-the-go||Lunch and on-the-go meals||Meal portion control with color coded lids|
|Modular, Snap-Together Design||✓||✓||✓|
|Lid Type||Snap-on||Latches on lid with silicone seal||Snap-on||Snap-on|
|Stain- and Odor-resistant||✓|
|Extra Features||Snaps to Blue Ice||Snaps to Blue Ice||Carry Strap||Outer Lunchbox Case, Pre-portioned containers|
|Microwave, Freezer, and Dishwasher-Safe||✓||✓||✓||✓|
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|Item Dimensions||4.81 x 5.25 x 5.62 in||4.81 x 5.25 x 8.62 in||4.88 x 2.23 x 5.55 in||4.81 x 5.25 x 5.62 in||10.5 x 10 x 5.25 in|
The Rubbermaid LunchBlox Salad Kit is designed to make taking lunch to school or work more convenient and organized. With a large 5.2 cup container, one dressing container and a third container for additional salad toppings, taking a healthy, vibrant salad for lunch to school or work has never been easier. All containers snap together around the included medium Blue Ice pack so your salad stays crisp and fresh without refrigeration. Designed to work together to save space, the kit will stay organized in any lunch bag. All BPA-free LunchBlox containers are leak-proof, microwave-, dishwasher-, and freezer-safe. Fits perfectly inside LunchBlox Small and Medium lunch bags. Kit includes 1 Salad Container (5.2 cup, 4.88" L x 5.55" W x 4.37" H), 1 Toppings Tray, 1 Salad Dressing Container (1.8 oz), 1 Medium Blue Ice (5.55" L x 4.71" W x 0.78" H)
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In fact, I would so so far as to say that when you first pull this thing out of the box, you are probably going to be as underwhelmed as I was. Hell, I wasn't just underwhelmed, I was outright DISAPPOINTED. It just looks so damned TINY.
When I decided that I wanted to start feeding my salad cravings with my work lunches (hubs doesn't like them so I just can't get a decent salad at home), I found myself undecided between one of these Rubbermaids and the ClearMax so I purchased one of each to try them out for a week. Obviously, my results proved that the Rubbermaid is the superior of the two but read on as to the details as to "WHY" below.
The first time packing proved that the reason why the Rubbermaid is so small in comparison to the ClearMax is that there is little to no wasted space in the interior. Both main compartments were filled with about 3 cups of spinach leaves and other veggies and while the ClearMax still had some room to spare, the Rubbermaid was filled to the bottom of the tray so, the ClearMax holds just a little bit more.
ClearMax holds just a little more so initial point to ClearMax.
Clearmax's tray for the other items are just a little awkward when it came to filing up so crackers had to go into a separate ziplock bag into the main compartment where they were promptly crushed as well as the fact that they just did not hold a lot of croutons. Rubbermaid otoh doesn't just have square-shaped dividers (highly important for those of us who like to have crackers with their salad), but the largest tray is indeed large enough to hold 10 crackers perfectly. Furthermore, once filled, the little dressing container could indeed fit into the main compartment with ease leaving two more tray compartments in the top to be used for protein and croutons respectively.
Rubbermaid is cracker and crouton friendly, since I like both- point to Rubbermaid.
Rubbermaid comes with it's own ice block that does indeed fit it perfectly, reducing it's footprint even further which allowed it to fit into my small lunch bag with more than enough room to spare. The Clearmax's round shape otoh was a bit awkward. Furthermore, upon arrival, while it was hard to find a spot in my work's always crammed to the gills mini-fridge, it was not difficult at all to find a place to slip the smaller Rubbermaid into.
Point again to Rubbermaid for it's more compact size and much less awkward shape. But, on the flip side, Clearmax has a spot for it's included fork so I didn't have to try to figure out where to put that so, a point also goes to Clearmax.
So, transportation is a draw with slight favor to the Rubbermaid for that small footprint.
Both Clearmax and Rubbermaid have just enough headroom to shake the salad for dressing distribution but even though there was a tie there, the Clearmax had a slight advantage of the dressing container being just ever-so-slightly larger.
Point to Clearmax for just a little bit more dressing.
Upon opening, Clearmax's awkwardly shaped tray dividers had allowed several items to slip over into other dividers during transportation. Since I had put those items in separately for a reason (some were wet and others were dry and crunch), this meant that many of my crunchy items were ruined. Also, while the ClearMax held just the tiniest bit more dressing, it's awkwardly shaped trays meant that it just didn't hold as many toppings as the Rubbermaid.
Point to Rubbermaid for keeping more toppings and keeping them separated better.
The Rubbermaid was slightly more awkward to rinse in the bathroom sink (Ranch dressing left at room temperature for several hours had a special stink all of it's own that is to be avoided at all costs) because it has a few more nooks and crannies, both rinsed out just fine. Again, that small footprint meant that the Rubbermaid was easier to store after use though.
I was mildly surprised to discover however that the amount of salad that the Rubbermaid held was more than enough to fill me up so, that little bit extra from the ClearMax proved to be nice but completely unnecessary. So, that initial point to the ClearMax to me reduced to half of one.
This all means that by the time I got home, the results were:
Rubbermaid: is easier to transport and store due to deceptively small footprint, keeps more toppings and keeps those salad items more separated.
Clearmax: is a little more awkward to transport and store due to its slightly larger main compartment and does have a slightly larger dressing container but doesn't hold as many toppings and may not always them separated.
I would also point out that the Rubbermaid's ice block is, in my estimation, far more useful for keeping your items cold because it nestles just perfectly on top of the container in your lunch bag- which is the ideal packing order for keeping those protein items the coldest and proved far more useful than the ClearMax's included fork.
Result? I've just ordered 4 more of the Rubbermaid containers to fill out my week because I'm sorry but, I can live without a drenched salad but, I just canNOT go without my toppings and crackers!
I just have to have a better topping to leaf ratio than the ClearMax provides and because the Rubbermaid just holds WAY more than it looks like it does- those few extra leaves and couple of extra drops of dressing from the ClearMax is just not enough to save it.
I swear that I think the Rubbermaid might honestly be larger on the inside because it really does hold a LOT more than it looks like it does.
They fit in almost any lunch tote or backpack; they're pleasing to look at; they seal up nice and tight; the freezer block is the perfect size; The containers stack and snap together quite well forming a perfect, compact box. The large container is sandwich size, though you can put anything you want in it, like spaghetti or meatloaf. The other smaller ones you can stick your sides in there. The possibilities are endless.
Once you start thinking about lunch in terms of these Lunchblox containers, how to mix and match your food items, some new interesting and creative lunch ideas begin to form in your head, or at least that's what happened to me. Although probably most people just want their sandwich to be fresh at lunchtime, and hey I'm down with that. But have you ever eaten pistachios with leftover pizza? How about yogurt in one container and granola in another? A whole salad can be broken down into its main components and put together later at lunch. "I'll have the big salad."
I'm sure I'm overreacting here just a little bit,but hey, when you find and use a really great product like this, sometimes you have to do that in order to get people to notice.
Highly Recommended!!! and then some.