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Lunchbots: Which One to Choose?

08.20.12 Lunchbots: Which One to Choose?


Lunchbots, the fabulous makers of ideal reusable lunch containers has 5 different styles of containers and a variety of colors! To help choose which one is right for your packing and color coordinated needs, here's the lowdown on choices available.

First off, why choose stainless steel?

  • Safe: Food-grade 18/8 stainless steel (an alloy made of naturally occuring elements) is the safest material other than glass to store food. There is no need to have a lining which means there is no chance of toxins leaching into the healthy food you've packed.
  • Durable: Made to last a lifetime with the highest quality stainless steel. Unable to rust or stain and virtually unbreakable. Always easy to clean.
  • Reusable/Recyclable: Save yourself some money while you use over and over to pack waste-free lunches. Save the landfills some space too. 

Which Lunchbots is right for me?

The QUAD: Perfect for those who want VARIETY! I'm imagining berries filling this 4-sectioned container.

The TRIOCarrots/Crackers/Hummus? Nuts/Dates/Cheese? 

The DuoGreat for a 1/2 sandwich and fruit combo.

The PicoThe smaller version of the Duo container - great for younger kids. 

The Uno: Pasta, sandwiches, quinoa salad? This is a good size for a child's school lunch.

The EcoTaking leftovers or a large salad to go? This is the choice container, especially for adults.

The Rounds: Soetimes having a leakproof container is an absolute must, especially when storing messier foods like baby food, yogurt, applesauce, and dips. Here it is! A 16 oz. and 8 oz. set of 18/8 stainless steel containers. 

The Thermal: Perfect for packing a warm dish for school lunch, especially when your child is craving another serving of your chili or pasta favorite. This container will safely keep foods warm fro 4-6 hours. Leakproof and dishwasher safe too!


Lunchbots has you covered for safe stainless steel containers. Now it's time to get creative in packing your waste-free lunch! 

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