Lunchboxes werenâ€™t exactly the height of sophistication in high school.Â So much so that you likely don’t own one now. That might also beÂ because it doesnâ€™t fit in your cost-me-my-monthâ€™s-wages designer handbag or because there arenâ€™t any that actually get the job done.
Enter Fittbo. An unbelievably sleek lunch keeper that looks like the kind of thing Muji might make, the Fittbo has sweet compartments, a microwave-friendly interior tray for easy at-work reheating, as well as being thermo-insulated to help keep your goodies fresh. The kicker though? The whole thing is leak-proof, which, as any home-lunch-bringer knows, is the overriding issue with home-lunch-bringing.
The “fit” in Fittbo designatesÂ a design component that aims to inspire you to pack a varied meal. The large compartment has threeÂ sections based on the optimum ratio of nutrients: halfÂ forÂ vegetables, a quarterÂ for proteins and a quarter for starch. We can’t knock that.
Support the creators (and your personal budget) by picking up a lunchbox on their Kickstarter. It’s currently US$39.