With school rapidly approaching, I keep on thinking of those school lunches. The school I go to serves unsafe food, including peanut butter sandwiches. Because of this, I can’t buy school lunch, so lunch from home is a must. I’ve tried a lot of different lunch boxes, but Planetbox by far is my favorite. Planetbox is a bento style lunchbox, which basically means it’s like having your food on a tray, instead of putting it all in plastic bags. There are three different sizes available, depending on the portion that you want. Here’s a picture of the medium size, from the website, which is what I have.
And here is the picture of the bag it fits in.
It holds a shocking amount of food. I decided to put my lunch today in the one I had for reference.
It’s a huge lunch. That container held a bunch of apple slices, a bunch of tomato pieces, a rice stick (which tastes better than it sounds), cheese, olives, two mini sandwiches, and some skittles for dessert. And there is no bags! All you have to do is put an cold pack in the lunch box with the tray, and it keeps the food cold and fresh. Since there is no need for bags, I also get to avoid the lunchroom trash can, which is also a danger zone for an allergy kid like me. It’s durable too. I’ve had the same lunchbox for seven years, and it’s still in great condition, and it just goes straight into the dishwasher every night.
It is hard to miss school lunch when my lunch usually looks a lot better.
While I was getting a picture off their site I noticed that Planetbox is having a 10% off sale on their three lunch boxes until August 11th. The code is 3Box10
That’s it for today’s Gary’s favorite things. If you have any questions about the Planetbox, feel free to leave a comment.
Until next time!
This is not a sponsored post. I am not affiliated with any of the companies mentioned in the Gary’s favorite things posts. I just really like their products. However, just in case you want to check them out, here is the link.