One-to-Three Layer Stainless Steel Thermos Portable Bento Lunch Box

19,90$29,90$

This Stainless Steel Thermos Portable Bento Lunch Box presents many benefits compared to other bentos: A great capacity of insulation persistent and heat preservation. Double handles, easy to be carried. The silicone ring enhances the sealing effect.

Diameter: 11cm
Height: 11.5cm – 17.5cm – 22.5cm
Capacity: 630ml,930ml,1230ml
Heat preservation time:1-2 hours
Material: Stainless steel + 100% food-grade PP
Style: Western
Featured: Eco-Friendly

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Description

With its capacity to assembly until three layers and pass to 630ml to 1230ml, this one-to-three layer stainless steel thermos portable bento lunch box is the perfect tool for a great picnic outside.

It presents many benefits compared to other bentos. First off all, there is a great capacity of insulation persistent and heat preservation. A double handles allows an easy transport and a silicone ring has been installed for a better sealing effect.

Diameter: 11cm
Height: 11.5cm – 17.5cm – 22.5cm
Capacity: 630ml,930ml,1230ml
Heat preservation time:1-2 hours
Material: Stainless steel + 100% food-grade PP
Style: Western
Featured: Eco-Friendly

Free Shipping Worldwide: 10 – 29 days

More bentos on Asia EMarket?

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Why does Asian EMarket love this bento lunch box?

For its capacity of insulation persistent and heat preservation.

The double handles. It is easy to carry this one-to-three layer stainless steel thermos portable bento lunch box for kids.

The silicone ring enhances the sealing effect.

 

Many food for a huge picnic!

A little bit more about Bento ?

History of Bento

The origins of the Bento [ 弁当] can be traced to the twelve century during the Kamakura Period [鎌倉時代] (governance of Japan by the Kamakura Shogunate) when people of the country developed the first hoshi-ii [糒](dried rice). At the beginning of Edo Period江戸時代 (1603 to 1867), bento culture became more refined and the meals were more developed with onigiri 🍙(white rice presented into triangular or cylindrical shapes and filled with tuna, salmon or other salty and sour ingredients). It has been very common in the country since the day schools and companies did not provide lunch during the Meiji period (1868 – 1912). The students and teachers had to carry bentos, as did many employees. Finally, the bento has made its way to other Asian countries bus most in Taiwan in the first half of the 20th century where it is now called Bendong.

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Color

Blue, Green, Pink

Pieces

1, 2, 3

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