Here is the box:
It is a stainless steel box encased in a plastic box with a removable divider.
Now for the review:
At $9.99 (£6.32) it is a good little box but depending on the person you may want a larger box and there are larger boxes available for around the same price.
This box is great for young children to hold snacks or a small lunch. But at 320ml it wouldn’t hold a large lunch for an adult. This box would however be great as an accompanying box to a main bento box.
Ease Of Use: 5/5
Due to its small size it is fairly easy to pack as there isn’t room to have empty spaces. The removable divider can also be moved between three set spaces.
A nice neutral colour but it does have a little ladybird logo and the word “Kidoo” on it which may not appeal to some adults.
•Stainless steel makes cleaning a breeze.
•Great for young children or snacks for adults.
•Lid is easy to snap on and off.
• Removable divider may be a little too sharp to allow a young child to use the box unsupervised.
• Small size can be restrictive.
Here is a lunch I made in this Kidoo box:
The lunch contains meatless mine, mixed vegetables, a boiled egg and two adorable rice and seaweed pandas made with this awesome little tool which I received due to some amazing generosity from one of my blogger friends over at Bentoriffic, so go check her out and share the love 🙂
I received the product to review but no cash was exchanged, my review is my honest opinion and has not been swayed by the company or anyone else.