6 Lunch Boxes You’ll Love

Say goodbye to your brown paper bags and trade them in for these fun and functional lunch boxes!

By Katie Sabbagh and Chandni Jhunjhunwala
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LunchBots
Why We Like it: Indians have been using stainless steel lunchboxes called "tiffins" for years, because they are eco-friendly, easy to wash, and keep your food safe. The LunchBot combines all these qualities, and is cute to boot.
Cool Feature: The stainless steel lid snaps on so snug, you won't have to worry about messes or leaks.
Price: $12.99 — $14.99
Where to Buy: Lunchbots.com

Bento Boxes by Laptop Lunches
Why We Like it: Try this modern version of the traditional Japanese lunch box. The box has compartments so you can organize your lunch into different groups.
Cool Feature: Includes stainless steel utensils.
Price:$22.99 — $37.99
Where to Buy: Laptoplunches.com

Fridge-to-go® Lunch Bag
Why We Like it: No more mushy lunches. The Fridge-to-go keeps your food cold for up to 8 hours.
Cool Feature: The shoulder strap makes it convenient for kids to tote to school.
Price: $11.95
Where to Buy: Fridge-to-go.net

Gourmet Getaway Insulated Lunch Tote
Why We Like it: Not only does this lunch bag keep your food hot or cold, but it could also pass as a new handbag.
Cool Feature: The bag is made of neoprene -- or wetsuit fabric. So feel free to throw it in the wash when it gets dirty.
Price: $22.00 — $25.00
Where to Buy: Builtny.com

Lunchsense
Why We Like it: You could pack a mini picnic into these nifty lunchbox sets. Comes with food containers, a drink bottle, and an ice pack to keep your food fresh all day.
Cool Feature: The box is collapsible so you could roll it out like a placemat, to fancy up lunchtime.
Price:$35.00 — $44.00
Where to Buy: Lunchsense.com

7 Up Lunch Box
Why We Like it: Go retro and indulge in some '80s nostalgia with this metal lunch box.
Cool Feature: Prefer Dr. Pepper over 7 Up? Choose your favorite fizzy drink from the The Soda Pop line of lunch boxes.
Price: $12.95
Where to Buy: Lunchboxes.com

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