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Posted by Pikko on Dec 3, 2010 in 2010 Bentos, Bento Box, Products, Reviews | 16 comments
Due to BlogHer rules, outside reviews must be displayed without BlogHer ads. For this reason, my review of the Lock-N-Lock 2-Tier Bento Box from All Things for Sale has been moved here.
Tags: Bento, Bento Box, Lock & Lock, Product Review, Turkey Bake
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I have this set in pink. I love the all-in-one set idea as well as the 3 compartment divisions. Unique and practical.
I like the looks of this one. One layer could be for food to heat in the microwave and the other layer for food you won’t heat.
Looks definitely very useful and practical – I have a two-tired box and had trouble to separate well my tomato-salad from my banana-salad and the cookies. This one looks like it would work!
Great to know! I particularly like the idea of the domed covers to avoid food getting squooshed. Very practical. How sturdy is the material?
I LOVE this! I love Lock-n-lock sets and have many that I’ve purchased at the local Asian markets. Most of mine are glass so they make my lunch very heavy if I have more than one container. I would love to win this little beauty.
This set seems great, I like the idea of the dividers! And they ship internationally: dangerous for me!
Oooh, that’s so cute! I have some Lock & Locks for food storage, and I love them (and pack lunches in them, too, sometimes). Yeah, those removable dividers bug me too.
I have one of these on order, so this is nice to read! My first bentos, coming up in the new year!
looks great! I love bento!
have a nice time,
Inverted lids suck!! I am a fan of Lock and Lock products after trying them 🙂 This bento set looks wonderful! Can’t wait to see how the waterproof feature holds up 😀 I like removable dividers too, but for waterproofing, the permanent is much better!
Nice review! Your “turkey bake” dish seems very good, may I ask for clues for the recipe? I tried to search on the Internet, but I found nothing 🙂
@Emmanuelle I used the back of the box. You can find it here: http://www.kraftrecipes.com/recipes/stove-top-easy-turkey-76204.aspx
Thanks Pikko! I will check if we have turkey mix stuffing in France 🙂 Looks so nice:)
Just got this in mail Sat 11 Dec, didn’t realize after I read the specs that this was only 6 inches long, this is SNACK size, not anywhere near a size for a lunch, the pics were misleading (read the fine print)
Rose, most bento boxes are this size.
This set is actually toward the large end of the spectrum, for a bento box. The point is to portion your food, and pack it tightly! 😉
The total volume is 700 milliliters. If you pack if well (particularly with something like fried rice or a heavy stew), you can easily exceed 700 calories, which is actually well over the recommended meal size for an adult woman. If you do need more, I recommend packing higher-calorie items such as nuts, and using condiments such as mayo or ranch.
Good luck! 🙂
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