Alien Lunch Box

1 each

Retail Price: $20.95


Member Price: $13.45 (Save 36%)

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Why You’ll Love It

Serve up healthy eats in an equally good-for-you lunch box. This beautifully designed, sturdy lunch box from Crocodile Creek is made from quality materials, and features extra lining to keep food fresh and padding to prevent crushing. There’s an extra storage compartment to stash other lunchtime accessories and additional snacks. This one-eyed alien lunch pack is eco- and child-friendly, as it’s completely free of PVC, phthalates, BPA, and vinyl. Plus, it’s parent-friendly, too, since it can be wiped clean in no time. Lunch box measures 7.5”w x 9.5”h. Crocodile Creek products conform to all of the appropriate safety standards.
SKU: 732396402761

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