Goodbyn Lunch Box Review


Goodbyn Lunch Box Review

Options: Many sizes and colours
Price: From $11.95 to $48.95
Rating: 9/10

My Thoughts:
The Goodbyn series, in my opinion, is possibly one of the best. The range isn’t too expensive, and what you get serves it’s purpose well. Each Goodbyn Lunchbox has compartments that seal individually. The size of the lunchbox is also generous enough to fit all of the food you need. I love the fact that it comes in different sizes (with a different number of compartments depending on the style), so there is one suitable for every member of the family (even the adults!).

Durability:
The Goodbyn range is extremely durable – I can’t see it being broken anytime soon unless a car ran over it, or your husband stood on it ????

Cleaning:
It’s a little annoying to clean, but a lot easier than the Yumbox in my opinion. Depending on what type of Goodbyn you get, cleaning all of the containers can get a little meh.

The Apple / Yoghurt Test:
YES – a full sized medium apple and a pottle of yoghurt will fit in the Goodbyn Hero.

Can my 3 year old open it? YES – very easily
Can my 5 year old open it? YES

Watch:
To watch my review of the Goodbyn Hero, check it out on YouTube or watch below:

Where To Buy:
You can get your Goodbyn from The Lunchbox Queen. To see more stockists, visit my Bento-Style Lunchbox Stockists page.

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This lunch box is from The Lunchbox Queen – thank you very much for sending this to me to review.

If there is a particular lunch box you would like to know about, or have reviewed, then please let me know below.

Be sure to check out my Bento-Style Lunchbox Stockists page for stockists of lunch boxes in both New Zealand AND Australia. As well as my ultimate guide to filling your kids’ lunchbox.

 

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