The UTILE stainless lunch box is made in Japan by Kobo Aizawa Metal Works. Established in 1922 based in Japan, Aizawa is known as the leading Japan manufacturer of premium quality stainless steel kitchenwares.
The lunch box has easy to open clips to keep the box securely closed. A silicon seal also helps keep any leaky food from making a mess; however, they are not designed for liquids such as soup. We recommend using lunch bags that hold the contents upright to minimize any risk of a leak. The removable slider/divider allows you to organise and separate your foods with ease.
Stainless steel box with silicone seal inside the rim of the lid. Do not leave very acidic or salty food (such as vinegar, salt, pickles) in it for a long time, as it may damage the metal.
Not microwave safe.
Hand-washing is recommended.
Dry well after washing with a soft cloth to keep the shine of the metal.
Made in Japan.
Material / body: 18-8 stainless steel - BPA Free.
Seal: Silicone (heat-resistant temperature: approx. 240 ° C)
Size: 130 × 115 × H 47 mm
Made from durable stainless steel
Easy to clean.
Where are your products made?
A- Stainless products are completely made in Japan by skilled craftsmanship.
I hear the term 18/8 stainless steel, what does it mean? Are yours 18/8?
18/8 is a simple way to indicate content of 2 ingredients amongst the many containers in stainless steel- chromium and nickel. Generally, more nickel means less chance of rust. Using this classification system, Stainless products are 18/8 and 18/10.