You can grab it from Biome in Australia – Biome.com.au. This link is an affiliate link, which means if you make a purchase then I receive a small commission for directing you to the Biome website.
Price: Around $95 NZD. Shipping is extra.
I really didn’t want to like the PlanetBox Rover. Honestly. I wanted to find some major faults in it because the price of it just put me off completely. But it really is a great lunch box. Because it’s stainless steel it’s incredibly durable and will last many years. I gave it to my daughter over two days and she loved it too. It fits more in it than the Yumbox, and comes with extra containers so you can add even more food.
Because it’s stainless steel you won’t have to worry about it ending up in a landfill also – unlike other plastic, cheaper, lunch boxes.
Overall I gave it an 8/10 and marked it down because of price AND because you can’t fit a whole piece of fruit in there. As you’ll see in my video below, I have said that at some point my kids will want to just eat fruit whole, so unless I just add it to their bag, then it’s not going to fit.
It’s worth noting you can buy additional accessories for the PlanetBox – you can buy an insulation bag and a drink bottle. You can also personalise your PlanetBox by adding magnets to your order. You can also buy a smaller PlanetBox or a larger one.
EXTREMELY durable. Everything about this lunch box is stainless steel (other than the extra container lids).
Very easy to clean.
The Apple / Yoghurt Test:
NO you cannot fit either a whole apple or a yoghurt pottle.
Can my 3 year old open it? YES
Can my 5 year old open it? YES
Where To Buy:
You can buy the PlanetBox from Biome.com.au. This link is an affiliate link, which means if you make a purchase then I receive a small commission for directing you to the Biome website.
Check out the review of the PlanetBox Rover Lunch Box either on my YouTube channel, or below
If there is a particular lunch box you would like to know about, or have reviewed, then please let me know below.