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Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2019
I’ve bought 5 of these of these lunchboxes over the past two years, two are still in operation. The good: you can pack a lot of variety without dirtying a ton of tupperwares daily. For this reason, a lot of parents at daycare wanted to know where I got it. The bad: moldy seals and broken latches. After a month, at least a few small mold spots would stain the rubber seal. These containers are in heavy rotation and get cleaned quickly. The broken latches are from daycare workers snapping them shut, not rough handling by a child. They always break in the same place, where the latch grabs the lid, not the latch itself. I would also recommend not dishwashing these, I can see a huge difference in how the rubber liner held up with the ones purchased after my dishwasher broke. The ones that I put in the dishwasher not only appear weathered, but also absorb smells so after a while they smelled like a fridge that hasn’t been deodorized in years... not appetizing.
All in all, I still think these are great lunch containers, but with some annoying issues. I might consider still buying them on sale, but not for the full $30. If my review informed you, please click helpful below, thanks!