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Monday, April 20, 2015


Review: PlanetBox Launch - Mac&Cheese Bento and Robot Bento

The nice people over at Planetbox generously offered us their Planetbox Launch to try out. Since we own one of their Rover models and also a Shuttle, we now have their complete set. Earlier I had written reviews of the Planetbox Rover which can be found here as well as the Planetbox Shuttle which can be found here. Our first was the Rover and we have used if for several years now and it's still going strong. I must say that the quality of all their offerings is fantastic and they are very durable, I am sure they can last for many years to come.

The Launch capacity is very generous. It can hold almost six and a half cups of food! It comes with a tall dipper made of stainless steel and what they call the satellite dish, a six inch by four inch tempered glass dish which fits into the larger section and has a food safe grade silicone rubber lid. Adults can use this dish to re-heat foods in a microwave oven for a nice hot meal at work. One thing that I really like about this Launch is that options such as these make it so versatile.

Nikolai loves the PlanetBox sleek and slim sleeve which is made to fit, and comes with both a carry handle and a detachable strap which he slings across his body. The stainless steel Launch, the tall dipper, and the satellite dish are all dishwasher safe and exceptionally durable. You should expect years of enjoyment and convenience from them.
I've used our Planetbox Launch to pack these two bento lunches. The first features Annie's organic pasta shells and cheese with leftover honey ham bears shaped with a cutter, organic baby carrots and broccoli with some hummus in the tall dipper and grapes in a silicone cup. Annie's cheddar bunny crackers and a cute pick complete this bento.

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This second bento is a collection of robots. The robot sandwich was shaped with a Cute Z Cute RoBo sandwich cutter which can produce a multitude of variations. I used the crust of the bread for the wrench arms and the legs with mild cheddar cheese behind the face cut-outs and for the gears on the front. Another robot, in the form of a cupcake ring, is on the organic baby carrots next to the tall dipper of ranch dressing. A red robot pick is in with the apple and kiwi slices.

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Below is a photo of the inside of the PlanetBox Launch. The compartments are quite deep, so you can really pack generous servings. As you can see the glass Satellite dish and its lid fit nicely into the larger compartment and the tall dipper could go into either of the others.


Closed with their metal latch you can see the magnet set . They have lots of designs to choose from and you can even order a custom designed set that you design yourself.


Below you can see the Planetbox sleek and slim sleeve which is available in five colors.You can also use the sleeve for the Rover.



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

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6 comments:

  1. Both of the lunches are cute! My daughter has the Planetbox rover and she loves it!

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    1. Thank you Olivia, and I am glad to know that your daughter likes her PB Rover!

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  2. I love the robot sandwich cutter! so cute!

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    1. Thank you so much Shirley for your kind comment!:)

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  3. I always love the Planetbox range, however I've not bought one. Thanks for the lovely review, I might just order one soon!

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    1. Jean, the Planetboxes are truly great quality, and I'm sure you will love it if you get it.:)

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