The pots are made from food grade polypropylene that has added sea shell powder. It feels more like a ceramic, but without the weight or fragility. The top lid is made from Tritan, a premium co-polyester free from harmful leaching chemicals (BPS, BPS and phthalate free).
Is the lunch pot microwave safe?
- Made from polypropylene and copolyester (BPA free)
- Includes spork and carry strap
- Smaller pot fits in larger pot for compact carrying when empty
- Microwave and dishwasher safe
- L 11.5cm H 19cm / L 4.5" H 7.4"
- 1st pot 300 ml/10 floz - 2nd pot 550ml/18.5 floz
Yes, the lunchpot is microwave safe, but make sure you unfasten the lid, before microwaving. Two minutes maximum in one go and repeat if further heating is required.
Is the lunch pot dishwasher safe?
Yes, the lunch pot is dishwasher safe.
Is the lunch pot BPA and BPS free?
Yes, the lunch pot is BPA and BPS free.
How do I open the lunch pot, if a vacuum forms?
If a vacuum forms in one of your containers, it will not be possible to untwist the lid. The vacuum can be simply released, by pushing the end tips of your spork under the seal to allow air into the container. This will break the vacuum and you will then be able to twist open the lid.
What happens if my lunch pot leaks?
Make sure you check the silicon seal is evenly applied in the lid and not squashed. Make sure you tighten the lid to the body when closing, to ensure a water tight seal.
How do I remove stains?
If microwaving foods such as tomato sauce, it can leave a stubborn residue stain. This can be removed by applying bicarbonate of soda with a damp cloth to these stubborn stains.