Eat Up With The Box Appettit Stainless Steel Lunch Box

Take your lunch to work. Or to the park or the gym. Doesn’t matter where you end up, the last thing you need is to have your food in that menace of humanity, the brown paper bag. Or the soggy paper bag. What’s needed is a lunch container that is durable and tough, able to handle the food placed inside without leaking and definitely not soggy ever. That’s why the Box Appettit Stainless Steel Lunch Box takes center stage.

So what’s the purpose of having this made of stainless steel, not plastic as is found in many cases? For one thing, let’s say you have already cooked food in there. You can take it along with you and stick it in the fridge at the office until lunchtime. Or put it in the freezer for another time, no problem because its safe there too. Additionally, you can pop it in the oven and cook it, because again it is food-grade steel. And while it should be obvious, it’s required to be leak-proof. So it is. Plus it’s BPA-free (meaning safe for food and so safe for you). And it’s not lightweight to the point of being flimsy either.

But there needs to be more than just the physical material that is the construction that the food gets put in. That gets taken care of by a silicone valve whose purpose is to create a secure vacuum sealed closure that keeps the environment out. This is vital to creating the seal by getting the air out: you put the two sections together (top and bottom), press down and then push in the valve at the top. When it’s time to open, reversing the process takes care of it all.

A final touch (so to say) is the included slider/divider, whose purpose is to separate the food inside when it’s warranted to do so. Meanwhile on the outside, using the colored band holds the included stainless steel fork in position so it goes where you and the lunch box goes.

The Box Appettit Stainless Steel Lunch Box has the following dimensions — 7.87 x 5.91 x 2.56 inches. It comes with a choice of a blue, olive or orange band and retails for $34.95.

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