Packit Freezable Snack Box - Triangle Stripes

PACKiT

A freezable snack box that has a built-in eco-gel liner to take chilled foods everywhere without the need for ice packs. Keeps contents cool for hours, and can also be used for temperature sensitive medication and skin care while travelling. PVC/lead-free, non-toxic & reusable. Folds compactly in the freezer for storage.

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  • The built-in gel liner saves water and resources by eliminating the need for ice cubes or toxic ice-packs.
  • Made from food-safe, eco-friendly non-toxic poly canvas & EVA - no PVC.
  • Reusable lunchware helps you save money, time and waste going to landfill.

features:

  • Zip closure locks in cold, dry air inside lunch bag
  • Folds down to the thickness of a good book!
  • Big enough for a snack and a 12oz/340ml drink
  • Rectangular shape allows for carrying a small container or small bottle
  • Buckle handle clips easily onto school bags and strollers
  • Packs down when not in use & can be stored inside your freezer
  • Built-in patented eco-gel liner, eliminating the need for ice cubes or toxic gel packs
  • Lead-free, PVC-free, BPA-free, non-toxic materials
  • Keeps contents cool for up to 10 hours (when fully frozen for 8-12 hours)
  • For a completely waste-free lunch combine this snack box with our reusable lunch containers or wraps
  • Interior wipes clean; spot clean exterior

dimensions/materials:

Unfolded L12.7 x W22.8 x H11.4 cm. 

Polyester exterior, PEVA liner, Polyethylene foam insulation and gel.

Manufactured in China.

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