Rubbermaid LunchBlox Review

Only a few more weeks until school starts and I have already started the back to school supply shopping. When it comes to lunch our family tries to be as environmentally conscious as possible. For a few years we have been using reusable cloth baggies instead of plastic and reusable water bottles. I was thrilled when Rubbermaid offered us to try their brand new product, the LunchBlox.
 

 

 
What is a LunchBlox? Here are the features from Rubbermaid’s website.
  • Modular containers snap together in to save space in your lunch bag
  •  Kit includes specially designed Blue Ice™ pack that works with LunchBlox containers to keep lunches chilled on the go, See above picture of the blue ice.
  • Containers are perfectly portioned for lunch foods commonly carried away from home 
  • Microwave-, dishwasher- and freezer-safe and BPA-free
  • The Sandwich Kit includes a sandwich container sized for regular and specialty breads, two snack containers (perfect for yogurt or nuts) and a snack container (perfect for fruits, vegetables and chips)

 

 
When it arrived I was a little nervous about the size and what lunchbox, I already owned, I could fit it in. I first tried this larger lunch sack but it is too big for the kids to bring to school. 
 

 NO problem fitting with plenty of room for extras.

Now the test on the kids lunch boxes. I was definitely skeptical when I placed in inside his lunchbox. Look at the extra height. Granted you don’t have to lock them together but that is what is is made for.

This pictures shows that you would have room to add a drink in his lunchbox when closing.

Ta Da, it closed. It definitely filled the lunchbox to its potential. My kids especially my youngest loves this as it reminds him of Legos. The snack containers are definitely small and would work well with mini snack sized items. (gold fish, teddy grahams, oreos.

 

 
Need a new lunchbox anyway, you might want to consider this one from Rubbermaid, made specifically for the LunchBlox.
 

Check out Rubbermaid’s website to see the full line of Lunchblox Products. The LunchBlox Sandwich Kit is currently available for purchase at Rubbermaid.com, Target, Kmart, Kroger, Safeway, Bi-Lo, Winn-Dixie, HEB, other grocery stores and select Wal-Mart stores and retails for about $12.99.

 
Just think how you are helping the environment and the kids are having fun too!

 
 
I was given this product courtesy of Rubbermaid but in no way am required to provide a positive review. All opinions expressed on this blog are 100% mine.

6 Comments

  1. I love this new set. I bought the sandwich set and salad set and the lunchbox! so perfect. love the blue ice that stacks it all togther.
    great photos of packing for school!

  2. love the little ones!

    Have a wonderful week! Stop by nichollvincent.blogspot.com and say hello! 🙂

  3. What a fun idea for a lunch box. Not only is it interesting for the kiddo, but it is great for portion control as well. Thanks for the great review!

  4. I have one of these and they are fantastic! Great review 🙂

  5. My son starts preschool Monday and I think he would love to have these :)! I agree with your youngest they def. remind me of legos too :)!!!

    Thanks for the great review I’m going to check them out now 🙂

  6. Great review and love the pictures. It really shows me how this could work in my lunch box. Thanks for letting me know!

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