No Leaky Lunches

So I know I said No More Plastic….but it just didn’t work.  It does as long as there’s nothing leaky in their lunch…but If I pack fruit, or sauces for veg…the typical metal box leaks.


So I got these BPA Free, 3 compartment bento Boxes.  What I really like about these is that they are HUGE!  My kids are big eaters.  By time lunch comes around at school they’re ravenous and want to have a nice lunch.  You can definitely fit a sandwich, lots of fruit, veggies, sauces…whatever in this!  The compartments are big.  What I really also love about it is that it seals fully and there are no leaks at all!  I like that I could send soup and crackers and the crackers would stay crunchy and dry and not get all soggy!

I tested the seals with colored water.  I filled each compartment with a different color water and then attached the lid and shook it!  There was no mixing between compartments and there was no leaking at all!

My only criticism of this box is that the tabs that you push down to close or pull up to open are pretty hard to do.  I’m sure this is why it is so good at not leaking, but my 9yo had a little trouble getting them open and closed.  I’m okay with that in this situation though for the benefit of the leaks.  He’ll have a teacher at school who can help him open his box!

I hope you liked this review and found it helpful. I had the opportunity to purchase this product at a discount or for free in return for my honest and unbiased opinion. I am under no obligation to provide a positive review and I receive no incentives or rewards. This item was used and tested before I reviewed it. My comments are sincere and are my own opinion!


Disclosure of Material Connection: As previously mentioned, I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free or at a deeply discounted price in the hope that I would provide my thoughts and feedback in an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”


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