Light My Fire LunchKit 6pcs
Light My Fire LunchKit 6pcs
Light My Fire LunchKit 6pcs
Light My Fire LunchKit 6pcs
Light My Fire LunchKit 6pcs
Light My Fire LunchKit 6pcs

Light My Fire LunchKit 6pcs

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This handy 6 piece LunchKit is versatile, functional and made for eating on the go. The kit provides food storage options with tight-fitting snap-lock lids that are ideal for travel and once unpacked, become your plates and bowls. Plus the spoon, fork and knife (aka the Spork) the all in one ingenious plate to mouth delivery system, perfect little space saver replacing the need for extra bits. When it’s time to go, the kit stacks up and packs up, all held together nicely with the Lunch Kit harness, super easy! Made from 100% BPA free, biobased plastic, microwave and dishwasher safe. Lunch is served!


  • Made from Biobased plastics
  • Bring along friendly and compact
  • Easy to clean – no sharp corners
  • Microwave safe
  • Dishwasher safe
  • BPA free
  • Made in Sweden


  • StackLid Dimensions: 195 x 185 x 25mm | 7.68 x 7.28 x 0.98"
  • Stack Lid Weight: 76g | 2.681oz

  • StackBowl Dimensions: 195 x 185 x 45mm | 7.68 x 7.28 x 1.77"
  • Stack Bowl Weight: 89g | 3.139oz

  • Spork Original Dimensions: 170 x 38 x 10mm | 6.693 x 1.496 x 0.394"
  • Spork Original Weight: 11g | 0.377oz 

  • Snapbox Original Dimensions: 110 x 110 x 40mm | 4.331 x 4.331 x 1.575"
  • Snapbox Original Weight: 40g | 1.411oz

  • Snapbox Oval Dimensions: 170 x 69 x 52mm | 6.693 x 2.717 x 2.047"
  • Snapbox Oval Weight: 64g | 2.275oz

  • Harness Dimensions: 170 x 150 x 5mm | 6.693 x 5.906 x 0.197"
  • Harness Weight: 22g | 0.776oz

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From family grills in city gardens to cooking on the peaks of mountain ranges, Light My Fire's dream remains the same: To enjoy the beauty of the outdoors, to think of generations to come, to encourage the exploration of forgotten skills and to rediscover, the art of fire.

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