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Packit Mod Bento Lunch Boxes - Steel Gray

Packit Mod Bento Lunch Boxes - Steel Gray

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Packit Mod Lunch Bento - Steel Gray. This mod lunch bento box is a customizable, modular system that lets you change the dimensions of its compartments every time you use it. With a BPA-free tritan base and three leak-resistant dividers, this beauty fits inside PackIt Freezable Lunch Bags and PackIt Freezable Lunchboxes!


you are making a difference:

  • Reusable lunchware helps you save money, time and waste going to landfill.
  • Multiple compartments save the need for multiple containers, saving excess plastic.


  • Three leak-resistant dividers slide and snap into channels to separate food. Customize the storage sections in your container every time you pack!
  • The leak-resistant lid features snap locks to prevent spills. Lid is easy to use- even for kids! Tritan base is BPA free, shatter resistant and crystal clear.
  • Freezer safe, dishwasher safe on the top rack and microwavable. Remove the lid before reheating.
  • The Mod Snack Bento food storage container is designed to fit into PackIt Freezable Lunch Bags and PackIt Freezable Lunchboxes.
  • Made by PackIt: creator of the original foldable, freezable lunch bag. Designed in California.

dimensions / materials:

7.2 x 2.8 x 5 inches and has a 1.1 L, 37 oz, 4.5 cup capacity.

US company. Manufactured in China.

Ingredients / Materials

Tritan body, silicone seals.

Made in


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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