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Yes or no depending on what you mean as top. In the thermos area there are two bowls. They BOTH have to be hot or cold. On top of those two bowls is a lid and then two more bowls at ROOM temperature. If you want your fruit at room temperature you can use one of those bowls.
If you want your fruit cold, you can not mix… see more
Yes or no depending on what you mean as top. In the thermos area there are two bowls. They BOTH have to be hot or cold. On top of those two bowls is a lid and then two more bowls at ROOM temperature. If you want your fruit at room temperature you can use one of those bowls.
If you want your fruit cold, you can not mix the hot and cold. see less

By ptreok on March 6, 2014
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Soup bowl (9 1/2 oz) Diameter: 4 inches at the top, at little more than 3 inches at its bottom, height almost 2 inches (the bowl is rounded)
Main Bowl: (15.2 oz): Diameter 4 1/2 inches, Height: 1 1/2 inches to the line inside bowl (where the lid locks in place.
Side Bowl: 10.1 oz: Diameter 4 1/2 inches, height: 1 1/2 … see more
Soup bowl (9 1/2 oz) Diameter: 4 inches at the top, at little more than 3 inches at its bottom, height almost 2 inches (the bowl is rounded)
Main Bowl: (15.2 oz): Diameter 4 1/2 inches, Height: 1 1/2 inches to the line inside bowl (where the lid locks in place.
Side Bowl: 10.1 oz: Diameter 4 1/2 inches, height: 1 1/2 inches
Side Bowl: 6.8 oz: Diameter 4 inches, height: 1 1/2 inches
When serving any breads, I normally wrap it in saran wrap or aluminum foil (or plastic sandwich bag) and slip it in the bag along with the Lunch Jar. There is enough room for the jar and the bread. Hope this helps! My husband doesn't like soggy bread, so I pack the filling in the jars and he makes his sandwich during lunch. see less

By Samina on February 17, 2013
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Not recommended, the lid is plastic and not designed for that function.
By Amazon Customer on December 19, 2013
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My wife communed on her bike with this for a long time. Some of the containers hold liquid better than others but a little meal planning will keep you dry.
By Mr Dove on September 7, 2013
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If you do it the way you describe (using the soup cup for water and the main cup for pre-cooked noodles) I don't see why not.
You could also try my "leakproofing" trick for the main cup and see how it works for you: place an oversized piece of plastic wrap/cling film over the top of the main cup before putting on th… see more
If you do it the way you describe (using the soup cup for water and the main cup for pre-cooked noodles) I don't see why not.
You could also try my "leakproofing" trick for the main cup and see how it works for you: place an oversized piece of plastic wrap/cling film over the top of the main cup before putting on the lid. (If you're using really thin, cheap plastic wrap, it might take a couple layers, or more if the lid on the main cup has started to stretch a bit with wear. Test it with some water first to see how effective it is, or to add more plastic wrap if you need it. It works fine for me, but then, I don't subject it to a lot of tipping. Heavy duty plastic wraps seem to work best, and that could get expensive if you did it every day.) Good luck! see less

By Not Cordelia on August 6, 2013
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That's not a very accurate or correct product description. For food safety consideration, stainless steel is more important for the inner than the outer container. It doesn't really matter much if the outer made of plastic if the inner made of stainless steel. Or at least, the description should tell of both stainless … see more That's not a very accurate or correct product description. For food safety consideration, stainless steel is more important for the inner than the outer container. It doesn't really matter much if the outer made of plastic if the inner made of stainless steel. Or at least, the description should tell of both stainless steel AND plastic. see less
By Jean YX on December 25, 2014
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There are four containers and four lids. It works great! Even for hot soup :) Keep the jar upright when using liquid in the bottom container.
By Therese Ward on July 18, 2015
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Personally, i haven't tried soups/liquids but the most insulated dish (the one that sits at the bottom) has such a great vacuum seal on it and is designed for soup, that I would be surprised if it leaked, if the top was properly sealed on it.
By running4me on December 3, 2014
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I would heat the top of the cap with hot water running water from the tep and place the bottom of the box in cold water. The change in temperature should allow the cap to open. Once the box is uncovered put a thin film of olive oil around the cap edges to help it open and close easier in the future.
By avid reader on April 4, 2014
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Because the outer container is from that material, they specify that on the documentation, also is dual layer vacuum.
By J. Jimenez on May 31, 2016