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    I've bought a few as I'm obsessed but the ones he loves and will use is the planet box - it's a stainless steel bento type box with a bag that you can put ice bricks in , this was yesterday's lunch
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    Yep. Every lunch box I look at seems wrong. I got a decor (I think) bento but I still need a couple of other little containers too.

    Are any of the bento style boxes leak proof? if I put fruit in one section I don't want it leaking onto her sandwich.
    I looked at a yumbox or something similar but thought she will open her lunchbox and probably spill stuff, get it all mixed up or eat it all at recess lol.

    Im sticking to what she is ued to from kindy, i worry about keeping stuff cold in those fancy boxes too

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    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    We've used these, they were great.
    Can just chuck a couple of pieces of fruit on top too

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    Most kids at our school use these.
    A 6pk esky. We do live in the tropics
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    These are my 4 girls lunch boxes. I let them pick them out as long as they are this style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    I've bought a few as I'm obsessed but the ones he loves and will use is the planet box - it's a stainless steel bento type box with a bag that you can put ice bricks in , this was yesterday's lunch
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    Can you send me the name of this one and where you got it from? I've looked at these in the past but they can get quite complicated and expensive. I like this one though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    I've bought a few as I'm obsessed but the ones he loves and will use is the planet box - it's a stainless steel bento type box with a bag that you can put ice bricks in , this was yesterday's lunch
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    This is the one I think I'm going to get but geez they are expensive, I'm going to stress that he will lose it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    Can you send me the name of this one and where you got it from? I've looked at these in the past but they can get quite complicated and expensive. I like this one though.
    I'm pretty sure it called Planetbox Rover, they are $114 for the lunchbox plus 2 dippers and bag. You can get them from Planetbox direct or Biome

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    Default Reveal. ... Your kids lunch box

    http://www.biome.com.au/808-planetbox

    I bought it last September and have been giving him his lunch in it on Saturdays so I could make sure he can open/use it and when they had the getting reading for big school week at pre school last year the teachers said it was great and he ate everything! It is more expensive and apparently at his school they make the kindy kids stay inside and eat their lunch at their desks before going outside to play so I'm hoping it won't get lost!

    It was more expensive with shipping getting it directly from planetbox


 

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