Rated 3 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ptrck85 Why all the negatives? If you've shopped for bento boxes you know they can be quite expensive and are not easily found locally. While this bento box is a bit on the flimsy side you won't hear me complaining because of the price. I dare say at this price you can afford to have it tear up after you've gotten a week's worth of use. (Hopefully it'll last longer, though.# While I would not recommend carrying anything saucy, soupy, etc. in this particular box due to there being no ruberized seal around each tier, it did perfectly well today on its maiden voyage which consisted of various veggies #in little silicone baking cups), crackers, and chicken. July 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Carmie Excellent Value that Exceeds Expectations This bento box has been a life saver, and really does make bringing lunch to work and school a breeze. The two compartment box is great for separating dry and wet ingredients, portion control and variety. The most convenient part by far is the spoon! Admittedly, the chopsticks are not sturdy but they get the job done. The seal on the container is very tight and keeps foods fresh for extended periods of time. The fact that it's microwaveable makes this bento box a winner. February 28, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by littleoski Cheap Bento Box So I just want to start off saying I was a little hesitant to buy this product after reading the other reviews first, but where I live its nearly impossible to buy bento boxes or products locally. So I went ahead and bought two (one in green, the other in blue). The price is great[$], its two tier, includes a spoon and chopsticks. I have been using both boxes daily for over a month now and they have held up well. My only complaints are that the clasps are a little fiddley, but I have noticed that this is actually a common problem with lower end beno boxes (I honestly don't mind though because the price is spot on). But because of that I would not recomend this for younger kids, it would just be too hard for them to put back together. And they are a little on the small side ( they are the size usually recomended for women in japanese bento cookbooks), this could be good thing if you are looking for a portion control tool. All in all I really like the price, and ease of use. I plan on buying a couple more to have in our lunchbox rotation. May 16, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dina Design Flaw As a previous reviewer mentioned, the latches holding the clear top that contain the spoon and chopsticks are ridiculously flimsy. The clear top broke off in the sink while I was washing it. This occurred before I even got to use this bento box for the first time. I was really disappointed. April 28, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Gingerbean So sad these didn't work out! Very disappointed in these bento boxes. I bought 2 for Hubby and me to take our vegan lunches to work. The plastic spoon and chopstick holder on top broke the first time Hubby used his, and mine the second time. It is a styrene plastic and the hinge broke right off. I didn't keep my receipt and had a sales price return. I still love World Market, but now I know the less expensive item is the poorest quality. March 23, 2012
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