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Freezable Upright Lunch Box
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Freezable Upright Lunch Box

Regular price $19.99
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The Original PackIt Freezable Lunch Bag

This modern lunch box has it all: a cute, kid-friendly silhouette, an innovative design that prevents spills and cooling power that lasts all day. The Freezable Upright Lunch Box is the only vertical lunch box with built-in cooling that chills healthy food for hours. You’ll never waste money or space on ice packs again! A top-load design with a diagonal hinge lets you access items on the go while also securing them inside. Because it always stays upright, you can take tall drinks anywhere without worrying about spills. This innovative lunch box also features a slim zip pocket and a buckle handle that clips onto messenger bags, backpacks or sports bags.
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DETAILS

Product Features

  • Built-in freezable gel keeps items cool for hours
  • Fits a meal and a 12 oz (340ml) drink
  • Vertical design keeps drinks upright and prevents spills
  • Diagonal hinge and top zipper design secure items inside bag and allow easy access on the go
  • Zip pocket stores ID cards or wipes
  • Made from nontoxic poly canvas; food-safe waterproof lining
  • PVC-, BPA-, phthalate- and lead-free

Dimensions

Open: 10.25”H x 8.5”W x 4.75”D

Collapsed: 10.25”H x 8.5”W x 1.75”D

HOW IT WORKS

  • Flatten It

    The Freezable Upright Lunch Box collapses down to the thickness of a thin paperback book for compact storage.

  • Freeze It

    The entire lunch box goes in your freezer overnight (12 hours) to activate its built-in freezable gel. By morning, the walls of the lunch box will be completely frozen and ready to chill just like a fridge.

  • Expand, Pack & Go

    Fill your Freezable Upright Lunch Box with food and drinks just before you leave home. Now they’ll stay cool and fresh all day!

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