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Thursday, December 20, 2012


PlanetBox Rover Review and Snowflake bento lunch

I am very pleased that I was given a chance to review the awesome PlanetBox. As soon as I received their e-mail in which I learned that I was given this opportunity which included a choice of magnets for the Rover Complete Set, I gave that choice to our son who selected the Rockets. Today is the last day of school for this calendar year and our son can hardly wait to take the PlaneBox to school.
Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

PlanetBox Rover Review. BentoSchoolLunches.com

Here are some of the things I love about the PlanetBox Rover complete set:
  • Made of Stainless Steel- There’s no worry about BPA, it’s dishwasher safe, eco-friendly and should last indefinitely.
  • Compartments- The PlanetBox includes well thought out compartments to hold a variety of lunch items.
  • It's all one piece- Not a bunch of containers and lids that your child has to keep track of.
  • Cute magnetic designs- There are several magnetic designs to choose from. There should be something to suit every kid.
  • Big and Little Dippers- containers to hold sauces, dips, yogurt etc that fit perfectly inside the Planetbox. 
  • Insulated Bag- I really like their carrying bag. Whether using the handle or the removable and adjustable shoulder strap, this bag is both sleek and functional. On the outside there's a place for a water bottle and a pocket for a napkin or a snack box. On the inside is a mesh pocket for a PlanetBox cold kit or any ice pack, and a couple little straps that secure utensils or a cute note from home.
While the price is a bit more than some alternatives, the value more than justifies it when its quality and all of its features are considered. Care for them properly and you'll enjoy your lunch box for many years! A PlanetBox Rover easily makes the short list of gifts that I would give to friends or relatives to let them know how much I appreciate them.

Here is my Snowflake Bento Lunch:

Snowflake, Christmas, Planetbox Review, Bento School Lunches

  • Main compartment - Snowflake shaped sandwich and snowflake sprinkles.
  • Upper left - Red and green apple slices.
  • Upper right - Celery sticks.
  • Center - Yogurt covered raisins.
  • Lower left - Pepperidge Farm holiday shaped crackers.
  • In Little Dipper - Ranch dip for celery sticks
The cute magnets.


The bag that I adore.


Here are the supplies that I used to make this lunch.



Disclosure: PlanetBox generously provided me with the items for review without cost to me. Other than receiving the products, I have not received any compensation to write this review. All opinions are my own.

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6 comments:

  1. That's a really cool lunch box! How unique and I love the snowflake lunch

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  2. Cute lunch and we love our planetbox. We own ours for over 3 years and it is still in good shape. Merry Christmas! Melinda K.

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  3. The lunchbox is really cool, n ur lunch is beautiful, love the snowflakes. :)

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    1. Thank you so much Ming! We are on winter holidays and will catch up soon!:) XO

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