"Literally translated it means lunch box carrier. We are inspired by the legendary system of dabbawallas delivering homemade lunches, packed with love, to thousands of office workers in India."
It is a colorful and wonderful way for you and me to send lunches with our children. The British Union Jack lunch bag shown here is the one which Nikolai had chosen.
This Dabbawalla Lunch Bag is just one from the great selection which you can find at their site. Their colors are eye popping bright and their designs are both numerous and cheerful.
The Dabbawalla bags are easy for even very young children to open and close to access their lunch, and the handle is soft and comfortable. While quite roomy inside, they are not bulky outside. It's not as small as some of the ones I've seen sold in stores, this is quite a good size bag which I absolutely like! I have tried it with many lunch boxes from my collection and found that it will easily accommodate many types of containers.
Below you can see that there is even a mesh pocket inside for an ice pack or napkins and one on the side for a water bottle or utensils.
The photos below show:
- Homemade lunchables with nitrate free ham roll-ups, organic baby carrots, seedless grapes, cheese chunks with a cute pick and rice crisps which was packed in a PlanetBox Shuttle.
- The Shuttle lunchbox is positioned upright in the bottom of the Dabbawalla bag.
- Room to spare even after adding an ice pack and a PlanetBox BottleRocket.
- The adorable zipper pull which is easy for children to use and which I truly adore. How cute is that!
I LOVE this lunch bag and only wish that I've found the Dabbawalla site when Nikolai was much younger. I like all of their super duper cute and functional bags!
Disclosure: Dabbawalla generously provided me with the product for review without cost to me. Other than receiving the product, I have not received any compensation to write this review. All opinions are my own.