PlanetBox sent me one of their Shuttle Lunch Sets to review and use for Zane’s bento lunches. I will be doing a post series about the different healthy lunches I’m packing Zane as he goes back to school.
As we go into the next stage of Zane going to full day I knew I wanted to make him bentos for his lunches. I have made bentos for him in the past for lunchtime. But now he will be taking lunches to school this year!
How Much Food Fits
The shuttle holds about 3 cups of food. If you are packing a bento you usually tuck in the food pretty tight this is going to be a great amount for a young grade schooler. Actually it’s even a great size for me.
Easy to Clean
One of my concerns with boxes with dividers is how easy is it to clean. I was happy to see that the PlanetBox was dishwasher safe. I dropped it in the dishwasher after using it and loved how clean it got!
Choose Your Design
The PlanetBox Shuttle has four different styles available. With each design you can get a set of magnets and a matching bag.
What I really liked about the magnets and bags was if you have a boy and a girl you can easily do a hand me down by changing out the bag and magnets. You aren’t stuck with one theme for your PlanetBox.
I love the PlanetBox Shuttle. It will definitly be one of our go to lunchboxes for Zane. If you are interested in more information about healthy lunches and snacks I will be doing a Live Event on Google+ talking about my plans for Zane’s lunches as he goes off to school. I hope you will join me:
Healthy Mom = Healthy Family - That is my life motto and I hope to encourage it to be yours too. January 2011 I made the decision to lose weight and lost 80+ pounds. I saw my boys start getting active with me and I realized I wasn't only changing my life but also my boys.