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    http://www.fridge-to-go.net.au/

    Have a look at these. I got the medium one for my boy. Keeps things very cold all day.

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    Default Re: What makes a GREAT lunchbox?

    Quote Originally Posted by wigglemum View Post
    http://www.fridge-to-go.net.au/

    Have a look at these. I got the medium one for my boy. Keeps things very cold all day.
    Looks great, my son's school has fridges though

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    Default What makes a GREAT lunchbox?

    Quote Originally Posted by wigglemum View Post
    My fridge to go doesn't smelly. It gets dirty, so it gets washed in the machine, no problems here.
    Oh can it really go in the washing machine?
    What do you wash it on?
    I would love to chuck DS in the wash

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    Quote Originally Posted by millsmum View Post
    I would love to chuck DS in the wash
    LOL


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    Default What makes a GREAT lunchbox?

    I just put mine in the machine with towels, not nice things. There is also another person on their website who also throws hers in the wash. The wash doesn't affect it so far and I've done it quite a few times. They get filthy from just being dragged around the school.

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    Default Re: What makes a GREAT lunchbox?

    I chuck my kids lunch boxes through the wash too. Have done it plenty of times with no probs. I just put it in with a regular load of clothes.

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    yeah I have a fridge to go one as well. Love it.

    I tend to use the klippo containers as I find the medium ones are just the right size, and the small ones for snacks.

    I do like the sistema ones too though - for yoghurt or anything juicy that might leak as the kippo ones dont seal.

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    Default What makes a GREAT lunchbox?

    Quote Originally Posted by Littlemissellie View Post
    LOL


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    great ideas!


 

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