21 June 2013

PlanetBox Shuttle Review

Introducing the new PlanetBox Shuttle!  For this lunchbox review I made a fun lunch for myself.    I remember back in my younger years picking the petals off of flowers chanting "he loves me, he loves me not".  Today the petals represent whether we love the new PlanetBox Shuttle or not......


Left side:  Watermelon flowers, strawberry hearts, and blueberries.

Right side:  Ham, Salami, and provolone on rye bread.  The outside of the sandwich is decorated with a provolone and marbled cheese daisy.


PlanetBox was nice enough to send me one of their brand new shuttle lunchboxes to review.

.......and we LOVE it!!!



How cute is it?!  The PlanetBox Shuttle Complete comes with a carry bag, magnet set, and a tall dipper (to keep those runny sauces contained).  It has two compartments that hold almost 3 cups of food.  It held enough food to meet my lunch appetite and I am sure it will work well for my preschooler and toddler!  It is also great for snacks on the go.  Another great lunchbox from PlanetBox! Other PlanetBox features include:  divided compartments to keep food from touching for the picky ones, 5 year warranty, separate dipper container for sauces, easy to open design, and magnets you can change to give your PlanetBox a new look.


*Disclaimer -  All product opinions are my own and are based on my own use of the product.  All product information is from the PlanetBox website or product pamphlet. I received the PlanetBox Shuttle in exchange for this review.

  What I used to make this bento.

PlanetBox shuttle.  PlanetBox.com

Small circle cutter.  Amazon

Flower vegetable cutter.  Bento USA

Letters stamp.  Amazon

Motrin syringe with tip cut off.

Paring knife.


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14 comments

14 comments :

  1. Oh, I ADORE the "love me, love me not" flower petals!!! I need those letter stampers. ;)

    Fabulous Lunch, Anna!

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  2. Such a creative, clever way to present your meal and review! Now I want to try stamping on cheese.

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  3. This is beautiful! Great picture and fabulous idea! Love all your lunches lately - so many colors and such beautiful pictures! You are so creative and talented!

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  4. LOve. LOVE. LOVE! Can't say enough. Absolutely gorgeous lunch and idea!

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  5. Wow! Thanks everyone for all your awesome comments. I do appreciate all of the feedback :-D

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  6. This is genius!!!
    Such a clever and beautiful idea :)

    I love all the extra details, like the circle in the middle of the flower! Beautiful!!!!

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  7. Awwww, what a sweet and beautiful lunch!! ANd so very clever, too! Great job, Anna! <3

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  8. This is one of my favorite bentos I've ever seen!

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  9. What a fantastic idea. I love the details on the petals. So glad I clicked into this; the thumbnail just doesn't do this justice.

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