I’m one of those “I Like It So I Want Everyone Else To Like It, Too” kind of people so I want you to loveEasyLunchboxes like I do. It’s my way of doing my part to save the Earth.
And let me start by saying that this is not a sponsored post, but it does have affiliate links to Amazon. Mama’s gotta pay a bill or two around this MessyHouse.
Last year around this time, I mentioned that I purchased Easy Lunchboxes for my girls’ lunches because I was tired of seeing so many plastic trees dying due to my overuse of sandwich baggies. At the time, I had only read reviews and trusted that what they were saying was true.
So the questions begs: Could this set of 4 lunchbox containers survive the whole school year with my children schlepping them back-and-forth to school, take a beating in the dishwasher, and still stay sturdy under the pressure?
The answer: 100% HECK YES
These suckers lasted 180 days of school with at least one kid using them in her lunchbox at least 4 times a week. In math terms, that a heck of a lot of usage for plastic containers.
I’m sure the nice lady who designed and sells the Easy Lunchboxes kind of wants me to buy more this school year, but I don’t have to because she made her product way too well.
Not a crack, not a chip, no warping, and they still close just as well as they did when I got them a year ago.
My only minor issue with the containers is that they are not leak-proof within the compartments. It’s not often that I put anything liquidy in my girls’ lunches, but if I do, it has to be in a separate container. So really, it’s not a huge problem.
The lunch box containers fit inside pretty much any standard reusable rectangle lunch bag, and from experience, I know they fit perfectly inside the LLBean lunch boxes.
Go order your set of 4 EasyLunchboxes for $13.95 from Amazon then come back to tell me how much you love that I tell you about these things.