GIVEAWAY: Stainless Steel LunchBots Set

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Do you pack meals for yourself, your kiddos, or your spouse? I do. To do so, we rely heavily on stainless steel stackable tiffins, convenient thermoses to keep soups and stews warm, and these amazing stainless steel bento-styled boxes from LunchBots.

Everyone knows that to-go lunches have the potential to be full of waste. When I was a kid, my brother and I must have gone through thousands of brown paper bags and plastic sandwich baggies between the two of us — just to ensure that our food could be carried to school. Pile styrofoam lunch trays, plates, or take out containers, plastic utensils, and to-go cups with lids and straws on top of all that, and you have a veritable mountain of trash.

This week, I am excited to be giving away a set of stainless steel bento-styled boxes from LunchBots — valued at $95 — to one of you lucky readers!


What You’ll Win

Set of 4 LunchBots & 3 Dip Containers — Valued at $95

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The set includes:

  • Stainless Steel Uno ($16.99)
  • Stainless Steel Duo ($17.99)
  • Stainless Steel Trio ($19.99)
  • Stainless Steel Quad ($20.99)
  • Set of 3 Stainless Steel Dips Condiment Containers ($19.99)

These are high-quality, extremely durable, stainless steel.

If you’ve ever bought inexpensive stainless steel lunch containers, you know that feeling of utter disappointment you get when you realize just how cheaply they were made. The steel easily bends and kinks, the lids never fit quite right, and using them is an exercise in frustration.

You will not have those problems with LunchBots. These babies are top of the line, with a fit and finish that makes you feel like they’re worth every penny you spent.

And, they come with a face.

lunchbots jacquelineMeet Jacqueline Linder, creator and founder of LunchBots. Here’s her story:

Concerned about chemicals in plastic containers leaching into our food, I went on a search for alternatives. Stainless steel was the perfect material; it’s safe, lightweight, and non-breakable. However, I couldn’t find stainless steel food containers anywhere—not online, not in restaurant supply stores, not in kitchen gadget stores.

After a year or so of searching for stainless steel food containers and not finding what I needed, I built it. In 2008, I launched LunchBots from the garage of my home in Northern California.

LunchBots is a family-owned business and our mission is simple: to provide the highest quality, best-looking, healthiest food containers on the planet.

How to Enter

To enter the giveaway, you’ll need to subscribe to LunchBot’s Newsletter using the link below. Just click on the link, and it will take you to landing page on LunchBot’s site. Simply use your email address to subscribe.


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After you’ve signed up for the newsletter, you must come back here and comment letting me know you’ve done so.

If you fail to leave a comment here, or fail to subscribe to their newsletter, then your entry will not be valid.

That’s good for one entry.

For additional chances to win, do any of the following:

1. Follow LunchBots on Facebook. Click here to like their page, then return here and leave a comment telling me you’ve done so.

2. Follow LunchBots on Google Plus. Click here to follow their page, then return here and leave a comment telling me you’ve done so.

3. Follow LunchBots on Twitter. Click here to follow their page, then return here and leave a comment telling me you’ve done so.

4. Follow LunchBots on Pinterest. Click here to follow their page, then return here and leave a comment telling me you’ve done so.

The giveaway is open only to U.S. and Canadian residents and will run through Sunday, August 11th. The winner will be announced soon thereafter.

(standard disclosures apply)


(top photo: sherimiya, lower two photos: lunchbots.com)

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Comments

  1. Randi Karpinia says

    Subscribed to the Lunchbots newsletter – thanks for the introduction to these great products! My dd and I both have many allergies and so everyday lunch is packed. Would love these products!

  2. Jeannie says

    Signed up for newsletter, don’t have Facebook, twitter etc. hope I win anyway my husband takes a lunch every day.

  3. Ari Yoder says

    I have visited the Lunch Bot web site (the lunch boxes are beyond cool), liked them on Facebook and now follow them on Google+ and Pinterest. I think that’s it. Holding my breath – these would be the perfect gift for my grown son’s work lunches.

  4. Lynn says

    I subscribed and would love to win. But thanks SO much for letting me know of this product. I need a set for my husband to carry his lunches.

  5. says

    Love your blog! Thanks so much for sharing some great information with your readers. And for all the opportunities to win things! I’m excited about the opportunity to win the Lunchbots set. Those things are awesome and I’d love to pack my family’s lunch and snacks in them! Keep the good work. :)

  6. says

    Love these lunch boxes. We run a B&B focussing on a chemical free environment for our guests and ourselves. We make our own soap, shampoo, laundry detergent and cleaning products and use locally grown organic foods. I like the idea of plastic and waste free packed lunches too.

  7. Penny Reveile says

    I have registered and am excited for a chance to win such a great product. Eating healthy is very important to me!

  8. Elise Sunday says

    Love your newsletter and all the great information! I signed up for the Luncbots newsletter, these are great!

  9. carolyn says

    First I want to say that I love this website! I have signed up on the lunchbots website, liked it on facebook & following on pinterest. The stainless steel bento boxes are exactly what I have been looking for.

  10. Nina says

    These are fantastic. Would love a lunch box like this for my husband, could eliminate the plastic containers. The stainless steel container is genius. More durable, the dividers are wonderful and most importantly it is better for Mother Earth. Keeping my fingers crossed that we will win one. Either way though, good luck to all.

  11. Nina says

    After reading some of the other comments, reminded me that I also signed up for the lunch box newsletter. Thank you for sharing this new item with us. Have a great day.

  12. Liz A says

    Followed Lunchbots on twitter and “Liked” on facebook! These would be so nice to have around! Thanks for the opportunity. :-)

  13. Trish Griswold says

    Signed up for newsletter
    Liked on Facebook,
    Followed on google,
    And pinned on pinterest
    PICKME PICKME!!!
    Thanks, good luck to all

  14. Julia Williaams says

    I signed up for your newsletters and would love to win the set of Lunchbots. I don’t like using plastic and this would be the perfect solution. Thank you.
    Julia Williams

  15. CK says

    Just signed up for the lunchbbots newsletter and liked them on FB and am following on Pinterest and Twitter. This is an ingenious product bc we fear plastic chemicals getting into the food and as you know, aluminum is also bad!

  16. kerry says

    signed up for newsletter, can’t wait to receive it:)and following pinterest and facebook. fantastic idea for high school, busy college students and work.

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