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PackIt Freezable Lunch Bag - Mint

PackIt Freezable Lunch Bag - Mint

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PackIt Freezable Lunch Bag - Mint is the original, bestselling reusable lunch bag made from food-safe, eco-friendly non-toxic materials is roomier in all the right places. Its expanded width and depth easily fits two of their Mod Lunch Bento or Mod Snack Bento containers with plenty of headroom for snacks. A repositioned buckle handle evenly distributes the weight so the front flap always stays in place. The smart design eliminates the need for separate ice packs or gel packs.


New zip closure locks in cold, dry air inside lunch bag.

Handle & adjustable buckle, zip closure & Velcro® secured flap.

Buckle handle clips easily onto school bags and strollers.

Foldable 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 your lunch bag with our reusable lunch containers or wraps.

Interior wipes clean; spot clean exterior.


Open: 247.65 H x 215.9 W x 165.1 D mm

Folded: 133.35 H x 215.9 W x 76.2 D mm

Care & Use

Thoroughly wipe or hand wash the interior and spot clean exterior; allow bag to dry completely before freezing. Not machine or dishwasher safe.

Brand story

When Melissa Kieling's three children were going to school, she was constantly faced by expensive ice packs, squashed food and, ultimately, missing ice blocks. She knew there was a solution.

Combining a shower curtain, safety pins and four ice packs, Melissa made the first PACKiT prototype. The bag IS the ice pack!

Today, PACKiT provides all sorts of cooling solutions for kids and adults alike.

Read this blog post for ideas on how to create an ice-pack free lunchbox this school year.

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