PlanetBox Shuttle Review

We know how packing lunch day in and out can become a dreaded chore. So a few years back we set out to create an innovative solution for making lunch packing actually enjoyable – for our kids and for ourselves. We craved something that was all in one, but had separate compartments to keep foods neat and fresh. It needed to be easy to open and close, especially for little fingers. We wanted it to be durable enough to last for years to come, but flexible enough to stay fresh and current. And last but not least, it had to be easy to clean – making it dishwasher safe was a must. Meet PlanetBox – where packing lunch doesn’t need to be rocket science!
I received a PlanetBox Shuttle Kit to review in exchange for my honest opinion

My review

I hate packing lunch for my 8 year old. I always over or under pack or I can’t send what he wants because I’m worried about spills and leaks. Finally with PlanetBox I can send the right portions of what he likes. The Shuttle even has a leak proof dip container. This way I can send him with his veggies and dip and not worry about a big mess when he gets home in the afternoon. The lunchbox is easy to open and close and my son loved the design of the outer lunch bag. This lunch box is also very easy to clean. You can wash it with soap and water or just put it in the dishwasher. My son loves this and I love it! 5/5!
  1. This is a really neat invention. My 8 year old doesn't like his food touching each other for some reason so having something that separates it makes it really great for him. I'll take a look into this for the days he wants to take something for lunch.

  2. I will have to check them out because us as moms always have issues with sending lunches with out kids because either like you said not enough, to much or the spillage. Thanks for sharing with us.

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