extra large container = 6" x 5" x 2"
large container = 4.75" x 3.12" x 2"
medium container = 3.12" x 2.5" x 2"
small container = 2" x 1.5" x 1.5" Design and Functionality
Laptop Lunch bento boxes were modeled after traditional bento boxes, a container used in Japanese culture to pack single-portion takeout meals. All the pieces fit together like a puzzle, making it easy to identify a missing item from the set. This set includes four lidded containers, to be used with the Laptop Lunch outer case, sold separately. Perfect for wet foods, such as dips, yogurt, cottage cheese, and dressings. Materials
Dishwasher safe food containers are made using 10%-recycled plastics (polypropylene and polyethylene) that are FDA-approved for food use, and will not leach harmful chemicals into food. No binding agents, plasticizers, or other materials suspected to contain carcinogens or endocrine disrupters are used to make the Laptop Lunch Kit. The Laptop Lunch Kit is made of high-quality materials and is built to last. Sturdy, rigid containers help prevent "squishing," keeping foods secure during the occasional bumps and bruises on trips to school. Sustainability
Billions of single-use bags, baggies and food containers are consumed each year. When used in place of disposable single-serving containers and throwaway packaging, each Laptop Lunch kit has the potential to eliminate 1000s of disposables over its lifetime, preserving natural resources, protecting the environment and saving you money in the process.
One of the main design objectives for the Laptop Lunch Kit was to provide parents with a sustainable alternative to the wasteful, single-use containers so prevalent in today's school lunches. Home made lunches are not only more nutritious than prepackaged lunches, but they tend to cost less as well. It has been estimated that a person taking a disposable lunch to school will spend an average of $4.02 per day or $723.60 per school year. A person who packs a waste-free lunch will spend about $2.65 a day or $477.00 per school year. That equates into about $250 in savings per person/year
. About Laptop Lunches
The Laptop Lunch Kit was developed by two mothers (Tammy Pelstring and Amy Hemmert) with a mission of helping families improve lunchtime nutrition and reduce waste. And since they believe that healthy kids come from healthy communities, they donate a portion of profits to schools and environmental organizations.
The Laptop Lunches bento box is Made in the USA at a California manufacturing site that adheres to strict health, safety and environmental standards. This was a conscious decision by the product's developers, who wanted to ensure that the food containers were made safely and to the highest standards possible. Care Instructions
Top-rack dishwasher safe. Tips: What is the difference between the original bento set and Bento Set 2.0?
- The original has two lidded containers inside the outer container, and Bento Set 2.0 has three.
- The original comes with stainless utensils with plastic handles. Bento Set 2.0 has all-stainless utensils.
- Bento Set 2.0 is about 1/4-inch deeper than the original bento set.
- Bento Buddies can fit inside the Bento Set 2.0. Bento Buddies DO NOT fit inside the original.
- Both the original and Bento Set 2.0 fit in the original and in the new Bento 2.0 carrying cases.
. Country of Origin
Made in the USA Laptop Lunches Product Name and Number
- Laptop Lunch Inner Food Containers, Bento Box Version 2.0, Berry Blue (B650-berry)
- Laptop Lunch Inner Food Containers, Bento Box Version 2.0, Pink (B650-pink)
- Laptop Lunch Inner Food Containers, Bento Box Version 2.0, Purple Party (B650-purple)
- Laptop Lunch Inner Food Containers, Bento Box Version 2.0, Primary (B650Wprim)