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  • The perfect size lunchbox, for the single portion. Visually deceptive, as it holds more than you think!
    • Made from polypropylene and copolyester (BPA free)
    • Includes sauce pot, separator and fork
    • Microwave and dishwasher safe
    • L 19cm W 12cm  H 5.5cm / L 7.4" W 4.7"  H 2.1"
    • 500ml / 17floz
  • Is the bento box microwave safe?
    Yes, the bento box is microwave safe, but make sure you unfasten the lid, before microwaving. Two minutes maximum in one go and repeat if further heating is required.

    Is the bento box dishwasher safe?
    Yes, the bento box, slider divider and sauce pot are all dishwasher safe.

    Is the bento box BPA and BPS free?
    Yes, all parts of the bento box are BPA and BPS free.

    How do I open the bento box, if a vacuum forms?
    If your box has a vacuum release valve then simply press this to allow air into your lunch box. If it doesn’t then you can lever the seal open by placing your fork in the gap between the seal and container.

    What happens if my bento box leaks?
    Check the seal and make sure that it has not been compacted in any one area. Simply pull the silicon seal out and then reapply, making sure that it is not squashed too tightly at any point.

    What happens if my sauce pot leaks?
    The sauce pot is made from polypropylene. This is a great material, but it can deform easily and this makes it difficult to get non round seals always perfect. But luckily this can be fixed with boiling water. Submerge your sauce pot in boiling hot water for 5 minutes. Then remove, shake off excess water (so you can hold it without burning yourself) and tightly clamp down the lid with your hands, making sure that you are squeezing it closed tightly. Do this for five minutes until it has cooled. This should solve the problem as the pot will have formed to the correct shape.

    How do I remove stains?
    If microwaving foods such as tomato sauce, it can leave a stubborn residue stain. This can be removed by applying bicarbonate of soda with a damp cloth to these stubborn stains.


It was very interesting researching the different lunchbox needs of users. People eat different types of food, but also different amounts of food. The bento box was designed to be narrow enough so that it could sit upright in your bag, but still hold a good single portion. It is perfect for a single portion of sushi (and the silicon clip which holds the fork, can also be used to hold your own chopsticks).


The bento box is half the width of the original lunchbox design and this allows you to carry it upright in your bag. The volume is perfect for pasta, rice or even sushi. It may look compact, but it actually holds more than your standard airline meal.