Tupperware Lunch Box Review


Tupperware Lunch Box Review

I bought both the old style Tupperware lunch box and the new style, in order to review them. Both are quite different and I definitely had a preference over one of them – and so did my kids!

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The Old Style Tupperware Lunch Box – Sandwich Keeper

Price: Varies between $30-$40 (discontinued but you can purchase online)
Rating: 8/10

My Thoughts:
This is a lovely tidy all-in-one lunch box from Tupperware. It is a long lunch box, split into four sections. Three for snacks, and one for a sandwich. One bonus is that the compartments do seal individually – meaning you can empty a yoghurt in there and it won’t leak into the next one. I’ve tried this, shaken the lunch box, and it stayed in it’s own compartment. The height of the lunch box is actually high enough to fit quite a bit of food. The only negatives are that the lid clasp is difficult to open, and the length of the lunch box may be too long to fit in all school bags.

Durability:
Feels very durable, although if stood a lot on I’m not sure it wouldn’t stand the test of time. The clip that holds the lunch box closed may be an issue at some point.

Cleaning:
Very easy to clean

The Apple / Yoghurt Test:
You can’t fit an apple but you CAN fit a pottle of yoghurt

Can my 3 year old open it? NO – it is very hard for him to get the clip open
Can my 5 year old open it? YES

Watch:
Check out the review of both the Old Style Tupperware lunch box AND the New Style lunch box either on my YouTube channel, or below

Where To Buy:
You can buy your Tupperware either online from Trade Me, or through an approved Tupperware seller.

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The New Style Tupperware Lunch Box – Sandwich Keeper

Price: $22
Rating: 6/10

My Thoughts:
Compared to the Old Style Tupperware lunch box, this lunch box is smaller in size. It also doesn’t have compartments that seal individually, and the lid isn’t attached to the lunch box – it seals similarly to most Tupperware containers. My 3 year old struggled to take the lid off AND put it on. Plus because the lid removes completely, he kept forgetting to put it back on. Because it’s Tupperware though, the quality is great. This is the type of lunch box that would last a while.

Durability:
Feels very durable, although if stood a lot on I’m not sure it wouldn’t stand the test of time.

Cleaning:
Very easy to clean.

The Apple / Yoghurt Test:
NO – you cannot fit a whole apple OR a pottle of yoghurt in it

Can my 3 year old open it? NO – it is very hard for him to it both off and on
Can my 5 year old open it? YES – JUST. She does struggle to get the lid to line up and seal properly when putting it back on.

Watch:
Check out the review of both the Old Style Tupperware lunch box AND the New Style lunch box either on my YouTube channel, or below:

Where To Buy:
You can buy your Tupperware either online from Trade Me, or through an approved Tupperware seller.

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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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