ECOLunchBox Three-In-One Giant

$49.99

Out of stock

Description

Do you have a giant lunchtime appetite? ECOLunchBox 100% stainless steel bento box, the Three-in-One Giant, holds an impressive 8 cups of food in three separate food containers that nest and clip together.

Our Giant, which is the largest bento in the ECOlunchbox collection, is an amazing piece planet-friendly, non-toxic lunch hardware designed to handle generous portion sizes. It’s twice the size of its smaller cousin, the regular-size ECOlunchbox Three-in-One, which holds 4 cups of food.

Product Details

  • Rugged, large size stainless steel lunchbox is non-toxic, plastic-free and waste-free.
  • 3 sections to keep food separated.
  • When clipped closed, the Giant measures all together 5 1/4 inches wide, 7 inches long and 3 inches high.
  • The upper and lower levels of the two-tiered bento each hold 3.5 cups (28 oz). The top layer is 1.75 inches deep and sits on top of the bottom layer, which is 1.25 inches deep.
  • The rectangular nesting container with lid measures 2 1/2 inches wide by 4 3/4 inches long by 1 5/8 inches high (interior dimension is 1.5 inches) and holds 1 cup. This container can be either packed separately or tucked in the top level of the metal lunchbox.
  • The clips can be adjusted to desired stiffness. For more information about how to adjust the clips, visit our FAQ page.
  • The Three-in-One Giant is not leak proof. Damp foods, such as cut fruit, hummus and other thick sauces, work well in our containers. Our lids don’t have any plastic gaskets or other added synthetics to create a seal. Therefore, sauces and liquids may leak.
  • Not for use in the microwave. Food may be reheated in the metal containers in a medium-heat oven or over a campstove. Try our pot gripper for easy handling!
  • Dishwasher safe.
  • Made in India.

About the author

Christina Trapani is the owner of Eco Maniac Company. She is also a marine debris researcher and educator. She started Eco Maniac Company in 2008 while working with sea turtles and marine mammals in Virginia. Constantly seeing the negative effects of single-use plastics on wildlife, beaches and waterways inspired her to start a business that would make it easy for people to change their single-use habits. She currently lives and works in Virginia Beach with her dog, Doo Doo Brown.