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moving onto packed lunches, bags or boxes?

(10 Posts)
misdee Mon 10-Aug-09 18:08:04

are insulted bags better than old palstic boxes?

and if so, where can i get a high school musical one, a spiderman one and one with puppies on for a reasonable price?

misdee Mon 10-Aug-09 18:08:39

insulated bags, not insulted ones blush

Julesnobrain Mon 10-Aug-09 22:35:51

whsmith have an offer on lunch boxes. Tescos also sell them at this time of year.

plonker Tue 11-Aug-09 00:05:25

I prefer boxes as I find that they're much easier to keep clean. I'm really struggling to find them though ...ideas anyone?

Here is a School Musical lunch bag ...it's insulted too wink

and here is a Spiderman one

Can't find a puppy one, but I love The Pig one and this is very cute too!!

hth

snice Tue 11-Aug-09 00:07:14

Morrrisons sold kitten and puppy ones earlier in the year and I think Wilkinsons did too

sunnydelight Wed 12-Aug-09 06:48:45

I find the bags impossible to keep clean, crumbs get into corners and if yoghurt spills it stinks. We're in Australia and lunches are kept in school bags which are kept outside the classrooms (really nice when it hits 40 in Summer!). I use plastic boxes with those cool blocks you put in the freezer. In Summer I also freeze cartons of juice which will have defrosted by lunch, and freeze frubes for extra chill, you may not need those though grin

tkband3 Wed 12-Aug-09 07:20:18

Sainsburys have offers on lunch bags at the moment and there is lots of choice. Don't remember if there was a spiderman one, but there was definitely HSM3, and puppies/kittens.

shigella92 Wed 12-Aug-09 15:21:49

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Ixia Thu 13-Aug-09 19:28:18

I prefer the bags, as things seem to fit in easier. I do use tupperware boxes for the contents. I just put them in the washing machine when they get grotty, at the moment we've got a Thermos one and a Maisy Mouse one, they both go in the machine fine.

bruffin Thu 13-Aug-09 23:01:37

I prefer the bags, they are much easier to wash, especially if you put them in the washing machine every so often.

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