Thermos Novelty Lunch Kit, Star Wars R2D2 with Lights and Sound
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- Reduce waste and save money by packing your child's lunch in a thermos lunch kit;
- 100-percent pvc free with peva lining
- Superior quality closed cell polyethylene foam insulation
- Unique shapes with added features and embellishments
- Detailed screen printed graphics. refer the user guide below for additional information
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|Color||R2D2||BB8||White||Blue||Star Wars Episode VII Kylo Ren||Black|
|Item Dimensions||5.5 x 5.75 x 11.25 in||7.5 x 5 x 9.5 in||5.75 x 9.5 x 5.75 in||10.2 x 10.3 x 4.1 in||7.5 x 5 x 9.5 in||10.4 x 12 x 4.4 in|
For over 100 years, thermos has created unique products fueled by hotter, cooler and fresher thinking. This commitment continues with an expanding range of innovative, fashionable lunch kits that get your child's healthy lunch to school and back in style. Pack their lunch in thermos each day instead of using disposables: you'll reduce waste and save your family money. Now that's fresh thinking. This lunch kit is 100 percent pvc free with peva lining and features superior quality closed cell polyethylene foam insulation. Intended for children five years and older. Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
Top Customer Reviews
Cute and spacious though!
The lights and sounds are good fun too. Hopefully they wear out soon though... not sure how well that's gonna go over in school.
I recently bought a second lunch box to replace the first. My only complaint about this product is that the inside is not 100% waterproof. Instead of the liner being one water resistant piece, it is a few pieces stitched together. The problem with this is that water can actually leak through the stitching. We had had our first lunch box for about a week and then I washed out the inside. I sprayed it with a little cleaner and then put a little water in the bottom and swished it around briefly to rinse it, not thinking that the stitching would be a problem. The water seeped through and over the next week it grew a small amount of mold all over the bottom in between the liner and the bottom fabric so the bottom looked black but I couldn't clean it. Oops. I've learned my lesson, and now I just use a cleaning wipe to clean out the inside periodically. I can see this being a problem if water or another liquid accidentally spilled inside, though.