Top container: Perfect for leftovers, a sandwich, sliced apples, oranges, even a banana. Middle compartment: Fits the eight-ounce drink bottle on its side (sold separately), or additional food. Bottom container: Fits sandwich halves, bagel, pasta salad, chips, yogurt or cereal.
Goodbyn products are not leakproof.
- 3 containers in 1
- 100% Recyclable
- Top-drawer dishwasher-safe
- FDA-approved Materials
- BPA- and phthalate free
- Lid and tray made of #5 Polypropylene
- Dimensions: 10.75 in x 6.75 in x 2.5 in / 27.3 cm x 17.1 cm x 6.4 cm
- Volumes: top: 2.1 c / 17 fl oz. / 508 ml; middle: 2 c / 16 fl oz. / 461 ml; bottom: 1c / 9 fl oz. / 252 ml
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Janine: more than a year ago
We love our goodbyn bynto and hero containers. The bynto is perfect for our grade 1er to fit both snack and lunch into one container for te balanced meal program at school. She is able to open and close it on her own. We add additional separators using silicon muffin liners. Love that this makes a litterless lunch. It makes lunch visible to us to ensure it is healthy and that all food groups are included. And we've had much less food wasted since our daughter can see everything we packed and it it for snack, lunch, or both.
Carly: more than a year ago
I also agree with 3/5, I use it for my 17 month old for his daycare lunch. I find it holds enough food for him, but no space to keep a utensil and the lid is a bit tricky to close. I thought I could use it for my sons K lunch coming up but sadly I will have to find something else for him as I know he wouldn't be able to work the lid. I do love the separate compartments and the size of them is perfect & definitely Eco friendly.
Shulamit: more than a year ago
I agree with the 3/5 rating. It's cute and looks as though it'll do the job, but Kindergarten kids need lunch plus a snack, and there isn't room for all that food in the box. If you get this for your K child, you'll have to add other, loose packages in the child's lunch bag. And of course, it's tough to open and close - you have to look closely to ensure that it's properly shut.
Lisa: more than a year ago
I liked the idea of this lunch box for my 3.5 year old who just started JK, but it just doesn't deliver.
He is able to open it without difficulty but closing it is problematic, I even have trouble closing it! It might be okay for an older child, but it's not ideal for the preschool / kindergarten set. Also, it doesn't completely seal at the bottom (perhaps mine is a dud?) so we ended up with fruit juice on his change of clothes in his backpack. I gave it 3 stars b/c the concept is great & eco friendly but I'll be looking for an alternate lunch box for my son.