With friendly faces and matching zipper pulls, Zoo Lunchies make lunchtime fun time. Sized just right for little kids, or a mom and baby on the go, these soft bags have a roomy main compartment that holds sandwiches, snacks, drinks and more. An insulated, wipe clean interior keeps food and drinks cold, plus an inside mesh pocket holds lunch money, an ice pack or utensils.
- For 3 years and above
- Roomy, insulated bag keeps food and drinks cold
- Large main compartment big enough for a sandwich, apple and juice box
- Interior mesh pocket for utensils, and more
- Top handle clips onto other bags or Zoo Packs
- Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 3.2 x 9 inches ; 1.5 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 5 ounces
- Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
- Origin: Imported (China)
- ASIN: B0088N4C5A
- UPC: 879674009165
- Item model number: 212116
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,458 in Baby (See Top 100 in Baby)
Average Customer Review (668 customer reviews)
The Design is a Hoot, By knickD
September 17, 2010
I found it hard to find a girls lunchbox that I liked until I saw this one. The design is super cute and has cute colors. It is well stitched. I did not give it five stars, because the lining is not as good as my sons Crocodile Creek lunchbox. The insulation is sufficient, but does not stay as cold as his. It is a little harder to wipe since the liner is not plastic. So there is a trade off between aesthetics and function.
Perfect for preschool, but too small for a 'big kid', By Betty M. 'Betty'
August 24, 2011
This lunch bag is great. My daughter is 3 1/2 and she already had the owl backpack from Skip Hop. When we enrolled her in preschool she was going to need to take her lunch every day, so I got this since it matched. It IS small, but that is what I wanted because she has to carry the backpack as well. It is perfect for her, but I knew exactly what I was ordering before we got it. My daughter is provided with milk at school so I knew I would not have to send a drink. If you need to send a drink, that may be an issue. The bag is very small. However, I was able to fit a Foogoo/Funtainer thermos across the bottom of the bag with a square Tupperware sandwich container in the top part just fine. This may or may not work depending on how much your child eats! I can put a half sandwich, cheese stick and apple slices in the Tupperware container for my child. That is enough for her, but you may not be able to fit a whole lunch in that size container. If you pack a thermos you could probably fit...
lunch of the penguins, By JST 'modern mom'
December 19, 2010
Super cute and really sturdy. However, if your kiddo needs a lot of lunch, or you want to pack a thermos or anything, I'd suggest moving up a size to the backpack and using it as a lunchbox (which a few kids at our preschool do).