Monday, August 3, 2015

Hydracentials Insulated Reusable Lunch Bag

I take my lunch every day, except for Saturday and Sunday to work. My bag was looking a little worn out. I've washed it, but through time things just start to look tired and old. I'm happy to have gotten Hydracentials Insulated Reusable Lunch Bag to review. It came just before school starts. It's a perfect back to school present for this teacher!
  I chose the black one:

It comes in purple and pink to:

  • Size: 10.5 inches x L 9.5 inches H x 5 in D - Perfect to fit a lunch and an additional snack!
  • Insulated with PEVA to keep your contents hot or cold.
  • Material: 420D Polyester and PEVE Insulation
  • Cost: $19.97
Here's what it looks like with a container that has Chicken Cordon bleu, veggies, and a reusable bag with 1/2 a peach. 


You can see that there is still plenty of room. I sometimes pack 2 lunches. My other lunch container wouldn't have room for 2 lunches. Now I can get buy with all that in there. There's certainly enough room for a lunch and a snack!

You can see the insulation in this photo. The white part is insulated. This makes it a great lunch box if you are traveling somewhere. Sometimes I set my lunch out in the morning, so I don't forget it. Well there is a time lapse. I don't need to worry about anything getting spoiled.

There are 2 zippers on it. It seems really sturdy.


An Eco Friendly Way to bring your lunch to school, work, or while you're on the go!

Do you take a lunch anywhere?

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Tamara Narayan said...

I've bought my kids Packit lunchbags for years because they are insulated and are supposed to keep things cool for hours, but the way the handle is designed, the velcro that holds the top shut rips open whenever you hold the handle. This bag looks like a much better design in that regard. I wonder if my kids would like it.

Anonymous said...

Very nice! I take mine and GG's lunches to a lot of places. Today we went to a place that has those bouncy blow up things and instead of buying our lunch there, we had a nice picnic. It saves us money that we can either use to go back or to do other things. When I worked outside the home I also took my lunch for the same reasons. Plus it's healthier.

Anonymous said...

This is great! I take GG's and my lunches with us whenever possible. Saves us money to do other things, plus it's healthier!

Theresa Mahoney said...

I like how the print isn't busy. The solid color would work really well for high school students. Mariah takes a brown paper bag every day because she doesn't like busy print on her bag, but I think this one would definitely work for her!

Masshole Mommy said...

It looks like a mini bowling bag! I love the pink one.

Eat To Live said...

Oh how cute. I use a lot of lunch bags since I take a lunch with me almost everywhere I go.

~ Noelle said...

Broxton has 2 lunch bags, lucky for us, since he seems to forget one every day. UGH...
this looks like a good one


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