Uno and Duo: 6” x 5” x 1.75”
Trio: 6” x 5” x 1.75” (two wide inner compartments: 3" x 3.25". narrow inner compartment 6" x 1.25")
Quad: 6” x 5” x 1.75” (four inner compartments) Design & Functionality
LunchBots are eco-friendly, stainless steel containers for your sandwich, wrap or other favorite snacks and side dishes. Made from food-grade Type 304 stainless steel, your LunchBots won't stain, rust or leach harmful chemicals into your food (which is why they're such a great alternative to disposable plastic containers). The bottom of the boxes are uncoated stainless steel, and the top of the colorful lids are powder coated - no VOCs emitted. Your food only comes in contact with stainless steel. They're sleek & sturdy, so your food won't get crushed, and a set of two fits perfectly in ACME's "6-Pack" lunch bag
with room to spare.
LunchBots make it easy to pack homemade meals, leftovers, fruit and snacks for lunch which helps you save money over time. For more information, check out our article on waste-free lunches
. Unos are great for your main meal or for items you don't mind mixing together, while Duos, Trios and Picos are multi-partitioned to keep your foods separate but not have to use multiple containers! Note that while LunchBots' lids fit tightly to hold in food, they're not water-tight & are best for solid foods. For liquid items like salad dressing, we recommend packing a Nalgene 2 oz. jar
LunchBots are made from high-quality, food-grade Type 304 stainless steel. It resists stain and rust due to its chromium content, making it a favored material in food processing, dairy and brewing. It's also one of the safest materials for food storage and handling, because it's easy to clean, durable and sanitary. LunchBots have been tested and certified by Metallurgical Laboratories Type 300-series stainless steel and are lead free. View the lab results
Stainless steel is an iron-containing alloy made from some of the basic elements found in earth: iron ore, silicon, nickel, carbon, nitrogen and manganese. Properties of the final alloy are tailored by varying amounts of these elements. There are more than 57 stainless steels recognized as standard alloys on the market. High-quality, sanitary-grade 304 stainless steel has low nickel content. It has excellent resistance to stain or rust due to its chromium content, making it a material of choice among the food processing, dairy and brewery industries. It's easy to clean, durable, inert and sanitary. Sustainability
LunchBots eliminate the need for use-and-toss plastic baggies, wraps and aluminum foil, saving money and natural resources over time. Since stainless steel containers do not leach harmful chemicals like certain plastics do (none of which we carry at Reuseit.com), they are a healthy, eco-friendly lunch-time alternative. About Lunch Bots
LunchBots was born from its founder's belief in stainless steel as a healthier alternative to plastic - for our bodies and the planet. LunchBots' mission is to create safe, fun and usable food containers that are free from the toxins associated with some plastics. The company uses only lead-free, non-VOC and BPA-free materials manufactured responsibly in China by a company that has applied for ISO 9000 certification. Care Instructions
Country of Origin
- Hand wash colored lids. The all stainless steel bases and lids are top-rack dishwasher safe.
- Stainless steel does not rust. If your container appears to have rusted, it is a harmless residue left behind from the electro-polishing process. (Electro charges remove fine particles from the stainless steel surface, remove impurities and seal it. Harmless electrolytes are left behind and may turn a rust color).
Manufactured responsibly in China LunchBots Name & Product Number:
- LunchBots, Uno (LUB-01-UNO)
- LunchBots, Duo (LUB-01-DUO)