One of the main problems that lunchboxes have is the fact that you won’t be able to heat up your food when it gets cold if you don’t have access to a microwave oven. This Dutch-designed Heatbox addresses that problem. Now, people can “enjoy a warm and healthy meal anywhere, anytime.”
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Users start by pouring 20 ml (0.7 oz) of water into the Heatbox, then adding its stainless steel inner container, which contains their food. One lid is then placed on the inner container – sealing the food inside – and another lid (made of bamboo) is placed on the outside of the Heatbox, keeping the water contained. The whole thing can then be carried around, without anything leaking out.
The Heatbox is the product of a successful Indiegogo campaign and is now available for preorder, priced at US$149 – shipping should commence by the middle of this year. It’s demonstrated in the following video.
(Image Credit: Heatbox/ New Atlas)