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PackIt - Freezable Snack Bag

C$18.95
No ice packs needed. Ever. This simple but practical compact snack bag has built-in freezable gel walls to chill snacks for hours!
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Designed for snacks, medicine and cosmetics, this petite bag is perfect for traveling short distances. The tapered design is ultra-portable and fits into any corner of your backpack, tote or gym bag. 

Perfect for young children’s lunches or taking a few small bites on the go, This petite bag is as cute as it is capable. 

PackIt Snack Bags are perfect for packing healthy foods such as: dairy, fruits and veggies. Food stays cool and fresh all day, reducing waste and saving money

The wide zipper opening makes it easy and convenient to pack all kinds of items

PackIt Snack Bag is made from nontoxic poly canvas and has a food-safe, water-resistant lining. Like all PackIt products, the Snack Bag is made from PVC-, BPA-, phthalate-, formaldehyde- and lead-free materials.

Proudly made by PackIt: creator of the ORIGINAL foldable, freezable lunch bag. Designed in California

How To Use

How long does it take to freeze PackIt bags?

PackIt bags require a full 12-14 hours in the freezer to achieve optimal cooling power. For faster freezing, unfold the PackIt and lay it flat in the rear of the freezer (close to the ice maker if applicable). If you’re freezing more than one PackIt at a time, it may take longer for the bags to fully freeze. Space them as far apart from each other as possible in the freezer and allow for at least 14 hours of freezing time.

How long do PackIt bags stay frozen?

PackIt is designed to keep food and drinks cold for several hours under normal room-temperature conditions (70°F/21 °C). However, the number of hours at which the bag itself stays frozen depends on external temperatures and use. Expect shorter cooling power in warm environments, particularly during the summer months. Also, if you open your PackIt frequently, it won’t stay cool quite as long. You can extend the cooling power of your PackIt by filling it with foods and drinks that are already frozen.

Can I keep hot food or a hot thermos in my PackIt?

A frozen PackIt is not optimal for a hot thermos. However, an unfrozen PackIt will insulate and keep hot items warm.

Care & Cleaning

What is the best way to clean my PackIt?

Hand wash the interior of your PackIt with mild soap and warm water or wipe thoroughly with an all-purpose antibacterial wipe. You can spot clean the exterior with a gentle sponge. You must allow the PackIt to air dry completely with the flap open before freezing to prevent frost from forming on the bag. PackIts are not washing machine-, dryer-, dishwasher-, or microwave-safe. Do not use bleach or any other chemicals other than laundry detergent to clean the bag.

Will condensation form inside the PackIt?

It depends on the external environment and the items placed inside the bag. The PackIt is intended for use with frozen, refrigerated or room-temperature food and drinks. If warm items are placed inside the frozen cooler or if the cooler is used in a hot environment, some condensation may occur. 

Are PackIt coolers mold resistant?

Though freezing the PackIt may kill some forms of mold that would form in other coolers, we can’t guarantee it. We recommend regular cleaning of the PackIt to prevent bacteria from growing inside. If you use the cooler on most weekdays, it’s best to clean it weekly. Whether you’re using soap and water or a wet wipe, allow the bag to air-dry completely before freezing to avoid the formation of frost.

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