Monday, February 02, 2009

More Lunch Box Lust

Do I really need to be shopping online for yet another lunch box? Let's see [opens two cupboards] ... there's three Laptops, five Japanese bento, three To-Go Wares, two stainless steel rectangulars, two thermoses, one Mr. Bento, one Lunchsense ... oh, I'm tired of counting.

Anyway, just look at these Pyramid Tiffins from Happy Tiffin. Aren't they breathtaking?? The large one is 13-inches tall and has six tiers and five integrated plates. Imagine what you could do with all those compartments! It would be a feast! And with all those tiers you could reserve one compartment in the middle just for an ice pack to keep things cool.

Ooh, look at the price! Oh, dear. I think I'll go fondle my current lunch boxes and try to calm down...

20 comments:

Zachary said...

They are very pretty!

barb said...

I have to say I own a 2 tier (lunch tiffin) and this 4 tier pyramid is quite the talk at picnics! It is amazingly sturdy and I love the plates! The design is so cool and I will use it forever since I put them in the dishwasher!! Well worth the price I paid. Check out the picture of this huge picnic!
https://www.happytiffin.com/lunchbox/info/features/

Amy S. said...

That's so funny - I was in India last year and bought one of those pyramid tiffins as a gift for my dad. It cost me less than 5 US dollars! I guess when you factor in my plane ticket to India it all comes out even though. ;-)

penny said...

Wow! There's like a tier for every course!

labyris said...

They look like Daleks from Dr. Who!

MASTICATE! MASTICATE! MASTICATE!

Mary said...

I have the three tier (not pyramid) to-go ware tiffin box and everyone is incredibly envious. I love it, but I have a really hard time getting the top lid off!!

I ♥ puggies said...

Wow.... what a lunch box!

Steven Eliot said...

Funny, I actually bought a Tiffin from the Happy Tiffin site and am totally in love with it. But now I am coveting that mighty pyramid tiffin. It's fantastic looking. Can one have too many tiffins is the really question??? (One's for lunches at work, another for picnics, another for keeping coffee and tea in...) Hmmm, I think not.

Laci said...

My laptop lunch is used (and complimented!) daily... I can't imagine how peole stare with envy of your collection!
(By the way, now whole foods sells them... free shipping! =))

Crunchy Sews said...

Gah! Must. Not. Succumb.

You have no idea how many lunchboxes my kid & I are already sharing, yet I often lust over those pyramids.

Sharon said...

I love those though! They look so cute!

LeahGauthier said...

Sorry if this is off topic, but i going to be a new mom soon, and i'm looking for advice about raising kids in a non-vegan world--particularly about how all of you handle things like kids' birthday parties and school functions. Do you all send your children with vegan options, or just not freak out if they have a non-vegan slice of cake or candy now and then. It's hard enough negotiating this as an adult, but how do you equip your kids to do it? Of course, a creative and fun lunch is a great start!

drepublic said...

i'm going to put myself out there and admit that i have a weird thing with compartmentalization. as in, the container store is like church to me. you're not alone in this lunchbox lust! yall should see my tupperware collection . . .

Üdo Ümami said...

wow@ i've never seen anything like that! thanks for broadening my horizons!

Jacqueline said...

Wow! I want one!!!

Nolita said...

Have you seen the Kids Konserve kits? http://store.kidskonserve.com/ Too cool....

Jamie said...

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Amey said...

very cool! I just used my little mini tiffin today, it was so fun. I bought it in India, and I already decided that next time I go to India I'll buy even more tiffins! I'll keep my eye out for pyramid tiffins!

Mackenzie said...

labyris:
Glad to see I'm not he only one that went "DALEK LUNCH BOXES!"

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