Yeah. (Wouldn’t need one to carry lunch anywhere, but it doth look coolest.)
Now I’m hungry after that video (that first mushroom/egg/toast looks great)
Holy moly! Nearly 300 grand for a 25k Kickstarter! Who knew the world needed a pretty lunchbox so badly.
It’s cute, but I don’t need a $60 plastic lunchbox. (Where do people store their sense?)
(Says the gal with a Bento collection whose combined value far surpasses the price tag on that one.)
But mine look like Legos.
Your own containers, something to measure with, and this:
Sorry, but ridiculous… …in my opinion.
Did I see that right? You put your “sauce” in the little cup, screw it to the inside lid of the meal then close the lid? So the exterior of your sauce cup is covered with your meal as you have to unscrew it from the lid? That doesn’t seem good…
And hope the exterior of the cup and your hands are clean since it is now dipped into your meal
I still have my metal Knight Rider lunch box from elementary school. It’s now full of matchbox cars.
I’ve actually made a few of these for my niece and nephew. I do like the box design.
This is one of the first kickstarter projects I backed. Like the glowforge, it took a long time to get the first run out, but unlike the glowforge I dont use my box almost at all anymore. Great concept, but the containers that were shipped were cheap and scratched extremely easily. The box is cool, and if the containers were glass rather than plastic, I’d probably use it more. It was nice to bring to the beach, but it’s easier to just eat before than having to carry around one more thing.
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