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I make lunch for my husband most days.  He's had his current soft insulated lunch box for a number of years and washings and it's pretty dead.  I've suggested a few (all cat related) and he's said no. 

 

Does anyone out there use a large lunch box or bento?  Has it been servicable for a number of years?  Please let mme know.  Otherwise I will send him with this:

 

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That's adorable.

 

Will he get crap from other people at work? If so, I say that's his new lunch box!

 

I've been drooling over these lately because they're like adult legos:

http://www.rubbermaid.com/Category/Pages/ProductDetail.aspx?CatName=FoodStorage&SubcatId=LunchBlox&Prod_ID=RP092020&Redirect=1

 

In the end, I don't think I will get it because of how I make my food ahead for the week and it needs to stay in the container I make it in, and I'm not willing (at this point anyway) to buy 5 of everything.

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That's adorable.

 

Will he get crap from other people at work? If so, I say that's his new lunch box!

 

I've been drooling over these lately because they're like adult legos:

http://www.rubbermaid.com/Category/Pages/ProductDetail.aspx?CatName=FoodStorage&SubcatId=LunchBlox&Prod_ID=RP092020&Redirect=1

 

In the end, I don't think I will get it because of how I make my food ahead for the week and it needs to stay in the container I make it in, and I'm not willing (at this point anyway) to buy 5 of everything.

He actually does have a couple of the LunchBlox thingies.  I might use them for ze kid wghen school starts.  Guys at work would totally give him crap for taking a cat box.  lol

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Have you thought about seeing if Tupperware make lunch boxes? If you're looking for something durable and don't have an issue with plastic, Tupperware has the reputation. I don't usually push brand names, but ... just a thought. You might be able to pick up a retro version on EBay to save some money.

 

I like the cat box. 

 

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ETA: This looks pretty good http://order.tupperware.com/pls/htprod_www/tup_show_item.show_item_detail?fv_item_category_code=44000&fv_item_number=P10107629000

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Have you thought about seeing if Tupperware make lunch boxes? If you're looking for something durable and don't have an issue with plastic, Tupperware has the reputation. I don't usually push brand names, but ... just a thought. You might be able to pick up a retro version on EBay to save some money.

 

I like the cat box. 

 

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ETA: This looks pretty good http://order.tupperware.com/pls/htprod_www/tup_show_item.show_item_detail?fv_item_category_code=44000&fv_item_number=P10107629000

 

That looks great!  I was averse to Tupperware at first, too scientology for me, but you can order direct?

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I'm not sure about direct ordering. I admit that the only Tupperware items I've ever owned have been gifts. I think two years of driving past a billboard advertising Tupperware, has finally penetrated my brain. Yikes.

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Yes - you can order Tupperware direct without being subjected to the "parties" and pressure.  I LOVE tupperware; it's sort of a guilty pleasure but it's also very useful..   I've found great deals on NEW tupperware on eBay, sold by consultants who are getting out of the Tupperware business.  

 

 

edited to add:   link to "His Lunch Box" on tupperware.com site

 

Need a rugged meal keeper for a hard-working man?

 

http://order.tupperware.com/pls/htprod_www/tup_show_item.show_item_detail?fv_item_category_code=44000&fv_item_number=P10107629000

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