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    Default Lunch box recommendations

    I need a lunch box suggestion for my 4 yr old in Kinder and something he can use in prep etc. There are so many on the market.
    Something that will fit a sandwhich, can be put in an insulated bag, deep enough for snacks, leak proof etc.
    Any suggestions?

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    Default Lunch box recommendations

    I would recommend the lunch bots and/or planet box ranges. They are stainless steel so hygenic and long lasting. Some can be complicated with layers and clasps etc... However some are very straightforward and easy to use.

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    Are planet box shallow? They look it compared to other brands.

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    They fit a surprising amount of food. A sandwich or wrap will fit in the larger section. My DH uses a planet box and a lunch boy trio as his lunch box at work - so more than enough food for a child.

    Edit - I know they sell them in store at Biome in Briabane and may have them in store elsewhere to have a look in person

    Edit edit lol just saw your in Vic there may be somewhere local that sells them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    They fit a surprising amount of food. A sandwich or wrap will fit in the larger section. My DH uses a planet box and a lunch boy trio as his lunch box at work - so more than enough food for a child.

    Edit - I know they sell them in store at Biome in Briabane and may have them in store elsewhere to have a look in person

    Edit edit lol just saw your in Vic there may be somewhere local that sells them.
    Thanks!
    Ps- would it be too big for a 4 yr old to carry to table etc then?

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    We have the planetbox and it's fabulous - since DS has had his I've had 4 other mums get one as well as it fits in recess and lunch and has another container perfect for fruit break as they can take it out separately - I've got heaps of ideas and photos of ours if you need ideas!

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    That would be lovely!
    I've never seen the part that you can remove for fruit!
    Can you please send me link to purchase the correct one and pics?
    Thanks

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    http://www.biome.com.au/planetbox/13...nce-order.html

    This is the one DS had and this was one of last weeks lunch with watermelon in the separate container that fits in the front of the insulated bag
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    http://www.biome.com.au/planetbox/13...nce-order.html

    This is the one DS had and this was one of last weeks lunch with watermelon in the separate container that fits in the front of the insulated bag
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    I wish you made my lunch every day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    http://www.biome.com.au/planetbox/13...nce-order.html

    This is the one DS had and this was one of last weeks lunch with watermelon in the separate container that fits in the front of the insulated bag
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    Thanks!!!
    I would love to see more lunch box food ideas. Is there a thread to join?


 

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