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27-01-2015 20:50 #21
Last edited by 2BlueBirds; 27-01-2015 at 21:06.
28-01-2015 06:50 #22
28-01-2015 06:51 #23
I bought the one for baby bottle but based on the size it looks big enough.
28-01-2015 13:09 #24
I bought dh and dd the personal coolers.
For dd hers fits sandwich box, 2 snack boxes, drink, yogurt and bigger bottlw
28-01-2015 15:32 #25
Is the personal one too heavy/bulky for school bag?
My Ds will be riding his bike to school (with me)
28-01-2015 18:05 #26
Not at all, its about the same dimensions as a standard "characters" insulated lunch bag that they sell in the back to school sales
28-01-2015 18:34 #27Senior Member
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I also have the personal size one for my DS, it is about a standard lunch bag size. It is pretty heavy though.
04-02-2015 06:39 #28
How long does it take for those frozen pouch yoghurts to defrost? My DS's is really solid and his first break is at 10.50am.
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