Yumbox Lunch Box Review

Yumbox Lunchbox

Options: Mini (3 compartments) & Regular (4 or 6 compartments) in many colours
Price: Mini $31.99; Regular $45.99
Rating: 8/10

My Thoughts:
Whilst the Yumbox is expensive, I’ve found it to be amazing for my pre-schooler and toddler. My toddler has the 6 compartment, which fits at least one sandwich and many snacks. My pre-schooler has a 4 compartment, so that I can fit in two sandwiches as well as snacks. Because each lunchbox has compartments that seal individually, I find they keep the food fresh ALL day. Even apples only go a little brown. Also, the size of them may not be appropriate for a school-aged child who may eat more.

Durability:
I find the Yumbox lunch boxes to be extremely durable, as I have personally dropped them several times on concrete (and I’m sure my kids have too).

Cleaning:
The only downside to these lunch boxes (other than the price) is the fact that they can be a pain to clean / dry. HOWEVER because there’s only ONE insert to clean, it makes it less annoying than those with a million additional containers / dividers to clean.

The Apple / Yoghurt Test:
NO – you can’t fit a full sized apple OR yoghurt pottle in these. However, you can cut the items up (or empty a pottle of yoghurt into the compartment) and it will still keep them fresh because the compartments seal individually.

Can my 3 year old open it? YES
Can my 5 year old open it? YES

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

Where To Buy:
I got my Yumbox from The Lunchbox Queen. To see more stockists, visit my Bento-Style Lunchbox Stockists page.

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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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Yumbox Lunch Box Review

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