Go Green Lunch Box Review

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Go Green Lunch Box

RRP $59.95

Available from Lime Tree Kids 

Includes: Go Green Lunch Box, ice pack, cooler bag & stainless steel drink bottle

Size: 33cm  x 20cm x 5cm

Capacity:  8 cups (2000ml)

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What I like:

  • Perfect size for older children or big eaters
  • Everything is included in the price
  • Strong and sturdy
  • Easy to wash
  • Lightweight

What I don’t like:

  • Price is at the high end
  • It can be a bit big for the school bag
  • Lid can be tricky for younger children

The Go Green has a total of 5 compartments; one is used to hold the drink bottle, but this can be removed to hold food instead. My 8- and 10-year-old have been using the Go Green Lunch Box for 2 years, and they are indeed strong and worth the money. This lunch box has it all. It’s large, comes with a cooler bag and a drink bottle.

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The Go Green works on a turn’n’lock technology; this ensures the food stays fresh, and the silicone bands ensure a secure, leak-proof seal for all five sections. The insulated carry bag comes in a range of different prints and features a pocket to hold reusable napkins, eating utensils, and even a whiteboard to write messages. I have read some comments about this lunch box being hard to open for younger kids, but my 3-year-old can open it just fine with some practice. I think, due to the size of this lunch box, it would be suited to older school children, and you will find a better option for younger children in childcare. The Go Green is durable and is BPA- and phthalate-free.

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The price for this lunch box is on the higher side, but included is an ice pack, cooler bag & stainless steel drink bottle, and if you purchased each item separately it would quickly add up. Overall, we love our Go Greens, and I think they are worth the outlay, as this is our third school year we will still be using them.

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Overall, this lunch box is my favourite because of the size and quality. If I had to pick a fault, it would have to be that it is so big and sometimes hard to fit into the school bag.

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2 Comments

  • Hi, I’m looking at getting one of these, can you fit whole pieces of fruit in them i.e. an apple or a banana? I’m not sure I want to be bound to cutting fruit up every day!
    Thanks.

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