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Wednesday, July 16, 2014


Goodbyn Hero Set Review and Giveaway

The nice people over at Goodbyn kindly offered me one of their new Goodbyn Hero Sets and several other Goodbyn products that nicely complement it, for me to review.

Goodbyn is generously offering an identical Goodbyn Hero set which will include the Blue Goodbyn Hero, Dipper set in blue, Bottle in blue, Embroidered Patch- robot, Insulated lunch sleeve in blue, the Ice pack, and The Original dishwasher safe sticker set to one of my readers! All these items come to a total value of around $50.

Now, let's start with the review of these awesome products. The Hero has three separated compartments, which can be used with or without the dippers, it is top rack dishwasher safe, BPA and phthalate free. The lunch box with its lid provides for ample space. It is quite deep, deep enough for a couple of sandwiches to be stacked together, leftovers from dinner, salad, or other tasty treats, and that is just the main section. The other sections are a great size for veggies, fruits or a satisfying snack. The Dipper set, which is included, is wonderful for separating the sauces, toppings, yogurt, apple sauce or extras. Our son is kind of fussy about things getting all mixed together and these dippers solve this problem nicely, though they claim they are not leak-proof.

The drink bottle will hold 8oz. of a favorite beverage, is easy to clean, reusable and even 100% recyclable. The set of dishwasher safe stickers with which you can decorate both the hero and the bottle are a really fun way to customize your set.  Also, there is the beautifully embroidered patch which has a sticky backing and you can sew it on to permanently affix it to the insulated sleeve. The sleeve is light, bright, and comes with a little adjustable loop so that it can be piggy-backed to something else like a backpack. I only wished that it had one of those stretchy net things to handle the bottle.  It is big enough to easily hold the hero and the ice pack which is quite nice for keeping things fresh.

Here are the items which we received.


Below is a simple and cute lunch which I packed for Nikolai. The main compartment contains a couple of puzzle shaped sandwiches stacked, a mini Babybel cheese, pretzels and raisins in one of the the dippers. The sides are Rainier cherries and cucumber slices.


Goodbyn is generously offering an identical set of all the above items to one of my readers.

To enter this giveaway use the Rafflecopter widget below. The primary condition to enter this giveaway is to like Goodbyn on Facebook. For additional entries just follow the instructions below. The winner will be randomly selected using Rafflecopter on July 25th, 2014 and notified via e-mail. 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: Goodbyn generously provided me with the items 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 Goodbyn.


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2 comments:

  1. I think John would totally get over his "no new lunchboxes" deal if he saw these!

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