One of the most versatile lunch boxes you'll ever come across, the Ms. Bento lunch jar comes with three different containers that allow you to pack a multi-course lunch of both hot and cold items easily and securely.
The jar itself is made of stainless steel and is vacuum-insulated that houses three plastic containers with lids. The large soup bowl comes with gasket-sealed lid to prevent messy spills and is specially insulated to keep soup hot. All pieces should be washed by hand with non-abrasive cleaning pads. Inner bowls are microwave-safe.
The lunch jar lid also locks to hold all the inner containers. The Ms. Bento also comes with a convenient carry bag with a strap for easy transport. A forked spoon is included with its own protective cover.
The Ms. Bento comes with an 11-ounce side bowl that sits inside the lid. It is ideal for foods that should be kept room temperature, such as chips, nuts or snacks. The side bowl is not insulated.
The 10-ounce main bowl is designed to hold the main course. The outer container's vacuum insulation and the insulated lid of the main bowl help keep foods hot or cold for hours without reheating or refrigeration.
The 7-ounce soup bowl has a unique lid that minimizes leaks and is ideal for holding soups, dips, or fruit cocktail. It sits at the bottom of the outer container, where vacuum insulation keeps the foods hot or cold for hours.
Never worry about forgetting your utensils. The Ms. Bento also includes a forked spoon with its own protective cover.
Vacuum insulation keeps foods hot or cold for hours;
Durable stainless steel construction with excellent heat retention;
3 microwaveable inner bowls;
Washable nonstick coated outer container;
Includes forked spoon with cover and easy to carry tote bag;
5 Year Warranty on Vacuum Insulation;
Container measures 10 by 6 by 6 inches.
Capacity: Main Bowl 10oz, Side Bowl 11 oz, Soup Bowl 7 oz.
How does it keep food hot or cold?
With Zojirushi's renowned vacuum insulation technology, air between the two thin layers of stainless steel on the outer container is removed, creating a vacuum. Because there is no air, the temperature on the outside does not transfer into the container; keeping foods hot or cold for hours.