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Wednesday, December 4, 2013


Review and Giveaway: LunchBots Insulated Thermal Container

The nice people over at LunchBots generously sent me an insulated thermal container to try out since this is the season for hot foods. From their collection, I selected the LunchBots insulated thermal in green. LunchBots makes this 16 oz. thermal container with many great features. The thermal is bowl like shape which is both easy to fill with foods such as chili, stews, pasta, soups and also makes it easy to use when eating. The seal is effective and there are even markers to indicate when it is fully tight. The inside of the lid, which could be in contact with the food is also of stainless steel, one of my favorite features. Of course, as well as keeping hot foods hot, it can also keep other foods such as applesauce, yogurt, pudding, fruits and more cold. It is very easy to clean and won't absorb food odors or colors.


I packed chili into our new LunchBots insulated thermal container.

The photo below shows the inside part of the lid.

Things that we like: 
- I love the inside of the lid which is stainless steel and without plastic coming into contact with hot food.
- The bowl like shape is easy to use.
- It keeps foods warm or cold for hours.
- Clean-up is easy.
- Great looks.

Something to consider:
- Opening the wider lid may be difficult for a small child with small hands.
- After four hours (from the time I pack his lunch till his lunch time), the temperature of the food is not piping hot but warm, certainly not a problem for Nikolai since he loves warm foods instead of hot.

LunchBots is generously offering an identical insulated thermal container to one of my readers.

To enter this giveaway use the Rafflecopter widget below. The primary condition to enter this giveaway is to 'like' LunchBots on Facebook.
For additional entries just follow the instructions below. The winner will be randomly selected using Rafflecopter on Dec 14th, 2013 and notified via e-mail address provided. Winner will have 48 hours to respond. If no response is received, a new winner will be drawn. This giveaway is only open to U.S. residents.
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Disclosure: LunchBots generously provided me with the item for review without cost to me. Other than receiving the item, I have not received any compensation to write this review. This giveaway is sponsored by LunchBots.


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38 comments:

  1. Soups for my little girls lunches.

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  2. Creamy potato soup, yum yum!

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  4. I would pack some homemade veggie soup.

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  5. some of my dad's homemade spaghetti!

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  6. Our favorite, lemon chicken and rice soup :)

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  7. my daughter likes to take noodles in her lunch

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  8. I would pack my homemade chicken noodle soup.

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  9. I would pack homemade cream of broccoli soup!

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  10. My daughter only likes hot food for lunch. I would pack all kind of food: rice and beans, soups, stroganoff, spaghetti...

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  11. i think I would do chicken nuggets, I have a HORRIBLE time with my child eating NOTHING, but he loves nuggets, but they are never warm when he eats lunch

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  12. either soup or pasta bites for my grandson!!

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  13. I'd pack soup, lasagna, pasta, nuggets... all different kinds of hot food! I have 3 kids and 2 thermal containers from brand, but I'd prefer to have no plastic touching the food!

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  14. I'd pack leftovers for my daughter's lunch.

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  15. I'd pack gumbo or tortilla soup for my boyfriend to take to work. :)

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  16. Right now, in this cold weaher, I would pack homemade soups and chili - yummy!

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  17. I'd give it to my mom because she loves packing soups for her lunch.

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  18. Chili chicken soup.
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  19. I would pack some beef stew for a warm lunch on a cold day!

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  20. My husband is a beas man so things like chili or ham and beans.

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  21. I would pack tuna salad,spinach salad,chicken noodle soup,or beans and yellow rice.

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  22. I'd love to pack some homemade soup!

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  23. jodi frasier/lasherDecember 11, 2013 at 8:41 AM

    I would pack my boyfriend some chili in it. He loves my chili.. Thanks

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  24. I would pack chili or noodle soup :)

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  25. I would pack leftovers for my lunch.

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  26. I would pack chili and sometimes soup. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  27. I'd pack macaroni and cheese for my son

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