Check out this beautifully designed lunch box that is inspired by Japanese Bento but styled for western diets. It allows you to create vibrant meals and take your lunch time back, whilst saving money on take outs, and reducing waste from packaging.
Reclaim your lunch with the beautifully crafted [easyazon_link identifier=”B003DPAR9S” locale=”US” tag=”harlemworld-20″]Box Appetit Lunch Box[/easyazon_link] designed by leading designers [easyazon_link identifier=”B004XZ3WZS” locale=”US” tag=”harlemworld-20″]Black + Blum[/easyazon_link].
It’s ideal for kids of all ages and perfect for taking to school, work or on the go. Its practical compartments allow users to separate foods so they don’t become soggy. With a sauce pot, ideal for dressings or dips it allows you to keep your foods as you want them. The underside of the leakproof lid also has a neat dipping area.
The ingeniously designed and named fife is like a fork, but with a sharp edge down one side, allowing one handed eating. The lunch has a water tight design for your homemade food. Made from high-quality BPA-free materials. It’s inspired by [easyazon_link identifier=”B000M86JSM” locale=”US” tag=”harlemworld-20″]Japanese bento[/easyazon_link]but suited for Western dishes. It Inspires creative lunches and aims to escape from the hectic day and reclaim lunch times. Its aim is to inspire you to mix up your lunch time routines and meals. Put away the tin of soup, meal deal and become creative, healthier and most importantly relaxed at lunch time, whilst saving on expensive take outs.
- Made from polypropylene and copolyester (BPA free)
- 1 Year Warranty
- Leak Proof
- Includes sauce pot, inner dish and fork
- Microwave and dishwasher safe
- BPA/BPS Free
- Designed by black+blum
- L 19cm W 19cm H5.5cm / L 7.4″ W 7.4″ H2.1″
- 880ml / 30 fl oz
The Box Appetit Lunch Box costs $19.95 from Box Appetit and available in a range of colors.
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