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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Review: LunchBots Quad

I was given the opportunity to review a LunchBots and from their collection I picked the LunchBots Quad which is a four compartments container.
We also have a LunchBots Duo and have been using it since our son was in Kindergarten. I am pleased to report that it is still in excellent condition. It still looks new, has been very durable and was easy to open when he was little.

The LunchBots Quad container is divided into four compartments so that you can keep food separate and not touching. The lid is easy to remove even for small hands, and although the LunchBots Quad isn’t completely leak-proof between the compartments, it is spill-proof and the lid stays on surprisingly well. It is easy to clean, will not retain stains, odors or residues since it is stainless steel and will last for a long time with proper care. It is also lead free, plastic free, BPA free, phthalate free, non toxic and waste free.

The divided compartments make it easier to offer several different foods which is great for healthy lunches and great for picky eaters such as homemade lunchables. Visit LunchBots site HERE for more variety of food containers.

Here is a quick and easy bento lunch packed in our LunchBots Quad.

In this bento lunch:
  • Rainier cherries with a cute pick.
  • Wheat thins with cream cheese and half of a granola bar.
  • Sugar snap peas and crinkle cut carrot with ranch for dip in small container.
  • Sandwich quarters with a baran sheet.
Here is the container with it's lid and I love the color of the lid :)

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

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