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Light My Fire Bowl'n Lid Container - Sandy Green

Light My Fire Bowl'n Lid Container - Sandy Green

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A stylish lunchbox for all occasions. This Bowl’n Lid container is easy to take on any outing, even to your workplace or school. The bowl has a tight-fitting lid, a practical holder for your Spork and is made of bio based, BPA free plastic, is microwave and dishwasher safe and made in Sweden. Colour: Sandy Green.

Features

Pack includes: 1x stack lid (500ml) 1x stack bowl (900m)

Design features spork holder and rounded corners.

Stackable design for easy storage with multiple items.

Great option for workplace or school lunches.


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Dimensions

Stacklid Measurements:
195x185x25 mm
Weight: 0,070 kg


Stackbowl Measurements:
195x185x45 mm
Weight: 0,089 kg

900ml volume

900

Ingredients / Materials

Biobased plastics

Care & Use

Easy to clean - no sharp corners.
Dishwasher safe.
Microwave safe.

Circular life

Ask your local Council for recycling options.

Made in

Sweden

Brand story

Light My Fire's central purpose is to 'create products that reconnect us with nature.'

Their founder, Michael Odqvist, was inspired in 1995 by the Guatemalan method of making kindling sticks from the stumps of felled pine trees. Establishing a relationship with the locals, Michael launched the MayaSticks in Sweden. Paired with their FireSteel product (inspired by the Swedish Army), it was a raging success.

Today, Light My Fire manufactures and sells from their very own factory in Sweden. Stocking every product you could possibly need to connect with nature, from eating utensils and robust tableware to fire starting and cooking equipment, they provide thoughtful, practical and sustainable solutions to every challenge faced by campers, hikers and travellers all over the world.

"From family grills in city gardens to cooking on the peaks of mountain ranges, our dream remains the same: To enjoy the beauty of the outdoors, to think of generations to come, to encourage the exploration of forgotten skills and to rediscover the art of fire."

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