The ever popular Thinkbaby Bento Box. One of the most sought after items in our feeding set. The Bento features easy to clasp sides which form an air-tight seal. So its perfect for any type of food or liquid. We have heard from many pre-schools and Montessori that the Bento is great because it is easy for little kids to open and close it.
Originally, the product had our Thinkbaby name on it. But we learned that when children turned 5 years old, they didn't want to use a product that said "baby"...so we just put "Think", which we also hope is a subtle reminder to all that use the product.
The product is made free of bisphenol-A (BPA), phthalates, melamine, PET, PS, copolyester, and biologically harmful chemicals.
The Bento Box has a wide list of uses whether its for kids, parents or folks on the go.
The Bento box comes in the following color choices:
- Light Green
- Light Blue
The exterior of the product is made from polypropylene (PP). The interior is made from 304 stainless steel (18/8). The exterior and interior separate for ease of cleaning. The interior of the lid also has a silicone band which helps prevent leakages. Due to the construction the product is highly sustainable.
Length: 14 cm
Height: 3.5 cm
Width: 10 cm
Holds: 250ml / 9oz
Dishwasher safe - Top Rack recommended.
Since our company's inception, we have been focused on being socially responsible. For us this means three things:
- Create safe products
- Have the least impact possible on the environment in the creation, packaging, usage, and disposal of product possible.
- Connect to non-profit organizations engaged in activities that help the world become a safer, healthier place
Over the last 7+ years, we have provided products for various fundraisers for diabetes, child abuse, autism, and cancer organizations, and have provided direct aid to catastrophes such as the Texas fires and Haiti. In addition, we have been proud donors to Texas4000, Healthy Child Healthy World, Environmental Working Group, and St. Jude.
Our program evolved, and through a little bit of "thinking," Thinksocial was created. We came up with Thinksocial as a way to empower consumers to choose which non-profits they feel most connected to and want to monetarily support. We call it the democratization of social responsibility.