- Integrated stainless steel insulated bowl provides maximum heat- retention to keep food warm until lunch time
- Double layer, air insulated tray keeps fruits and vegetables in side compartments cool
- Unique ergonomic design that's easy for kids to use
- Built in handle- easy transportation
- Leak- proof compartments keep food separate and mess free
- Adjustable divider keeps everything separate so that foods don't touch
- 18/8 food grade stainless steel, BPA- Free, Phthalate- free plastic, food grade silicon
- 7.2 x 6.8 x 2.9"
- Long compartment: 15 oz
- Short compartment: 10 oz
- Square compartment: 25 oz
- Insulated container: 7.5 oz
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Sarah: a few months ago
Easy to clean, attractive and durable, a bit heavier than expected. However it is well insulated. I ran some tests in it to see if the thermal container would stay warm for my son's French fries. I poured hot water from my Keurig in the thermal container while the fries cooked. Poured it out, wiped out any excess water and put the fries in. Four hours later the fries were not hot, but not cold. Warmer than room temperature. They still had good texture and were not soggy or hard. In other words, they were edible for an extreme picky eater! I love that the thermal portion is not deep. In addition to keeping soup warm, we have succeeded in keeping pancakes warm too! Planning to try pizza as well. It is great that the thermal portion pops right out for a large space that you can put a sandwich in it when not using the thermal compartment. It fits a lot of food. Would buy again.
Gillian: a few months ago
I am very happy with my Omielife box. A separate bento box and thermos would be more expensive then this unit. I use the thermos for both hot and cold and it works great. The little divider is helpful for dry goods only, as a sauce (like ketchup/dip) will spill over the other compartments. There may not be any place for utensils, but this box fits perfectly into Parkland lunch pails with room for them. My 4 & 6 yr olds can easily unscrew with thermos, open and close the box. It is a bit heavy but it doesn't seem to bother them. They have used them for a week and they love it.
Sonia: a few months ago
I really like the concept of the box and was searching everywhere for something of this nature, i.e. bento with an insulated thermos. The issues are that it's a bit heavy for my little one and it can be tricky to get closed. For an adult it's fine. But for a 4 year old, not so much without practice. The other issue is - you have to be crafty in figuring out where you can insert a small enough utensil. I wish Omie Box thought of that. Finally I could not find a suitable lunch bag for this box. I looked everywhere. Finally I had to improvise and make a bag for my son. I'd rate it a 3.5/5