Easy Lunch Boxes Product Review

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Easy Lunch Boxes Review


Kelly Lester created Easy Lunch Boxes when she became frustrated with packing lunches for her daughters.  There were so many containers and making lunch became complicated and time consuming.  She knew there must be a better way.  From there, Easy Lunch Boxes were born.  They are now the number one selling lunch boxes on Amazon.com.  They retail on Amazon for $13.95 in packs of four.  Click here to see my UP lunch that I made in an Easy Lunch Box.

What sets this container apart from your traditional “Tupperware-like” container are the three compartments.  You can easily fit a main dish and two side dishes in one

Easy Lunch Boxes Container and Lid
box (9.38”x6.1”x2”).  I have made a number of lunches for my daughter in these containers and each time the portions of food fit exactly how I hoped they would.  The lid snaps on snugly, but not too tight and is easy for my daughter to put on and take off.

Easy Lunch Boxes Mini Dippers
Beware that the lunch boxes are not leak proof.  However, Lester also designed leak proof “mini dippers” (2.5oz.) that hold a small serving of “pudding like” foods or sauces.  These dippers can fit in either the lunch box itself, or in a carrying bag.  The “mini dippers” retail for $7.95 for a set of 8 on Amazon.com.

The durability of both the lunch boxes and dippers are impressive.  They are both dishwasher safe.  The Easy Lunch Box lid is thicker than other plastic disposable tops and seems as though it will hold up well to the beating a lunch box can take.  I have run all parts through the dishwasher multiple times now, and I have seen no wear.  They clean up very easily.  They are also said to be freezer safe.

The big difference between these and other more expensive lunch boxes will be life span.  With regular use, these will more than likely wear out faster than one of the $30-$40 lunch boxes I have reviewed.  TheEasy Lunch Boxes website states that with everyday use you should be able to use these for many months.

Easy Lunch Boxes Cooler Bag
Another addition to this Easy Lunch Box line is a specially designed cooler bag.  They are designed to hold the box upright, which is a bonus for those who like to keep their lunch creations looking nice. You can actually fit two Easy Lunch Boxes, a water bottle, and an ice pack into one bag quite easily. This bag retails for $7.95 on Amazon.com.

The Easy Lunch Box isn’t the flashiest lunch box you can buy, but the design is very practical.  The price is low and works well if you have multiple kids to buy lunch boxes for.  If your child loses a box it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg to replace it.  The containers and the lids are made of clear BPA-free plastic and are FDA approved. Lids are offered in both standard and bright colors.  If you want a trendy looking lunch box that will last your child all through elementary school, then this might not be the box for you.  However, if you need a few identical lunch boxes that are inexpensive, durable, simple to pack, and easy to clean you should check these out.  Click the link to the right of this review to buy the Easy Lunch Boxes on Amazon.com.

Disclosure: Easy Lunch Boxes sent me this product to review.  I have received no other compensation for this post and the opinions I’m expressing here are solely my own.

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