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    Default Good quality lunchbox

    Hi all, I'm after ideas of a very good lunch box, currently I'm using the sistema ones but they are breaking easily. I would need at least 4. So something that is quiet strong.

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    You could look at the stainless steel compartment style ones. I bought one from Ever Eco. It's ok, I'm not thrilled with it, as the compartments are so small but it will last forever.

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    Yumbox are great. My DS has had his for 2 years and abused it and it’s still going strong. You can take them apart and put them in the dishwasher which I love.

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    We have the yumbox tapas. You can get a couple of different configuration inserts as well.

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    How much do you want to spend? I have a planetbox for DS. He has had it for 2 years and it looks the same as it did when I bought it.

    He had yumboxes for childcare. It lasted close to 4 years before the clasp broke. Otherwise, it was good and sealed (Planetbox compartments do not seal).

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    I have looked at the planet box & yum box. However I couldn't find where I would put yogurt in. As I currently put the yogurt in the sistema compartment.

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    My kids have planet boxes, I put a squeezy yogurt in the pouch of the bag where the ice pack goes (right next to the ice pack so stays nice and cold. Or you can use the Big Dipper container to put the yogurt into and then sit it in the square (sandwich size) section of the box.

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    We have Go Greens and they are great! Nice and big, seals great so nothing mixes compartments and is strong.


 

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