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Thermos Foogo Leak-Proof Stainless Steel 10-Ounce Food Jar, Pink
Foogo Vacuum Insulated Food JarTherMax double wall vacuum insulation for maximum temperature retention Unbreakable stainless steel interior and exterior Wide mouth is easy to fill, eat from, and clean Ergonomically designed lid with rubber grip Dishwasher safe Non-slip, scratch resistant base, cool to the touch with hot foods Light, compact and portable
Thermax double wall vacuum insulated food jar keeps contents cold and fresh for seven hours; warm for five hours
Kid-proof design, unbreakable stainless steel interior and exterior inhibits bacteria growth, wide opening for easy cleaning
Made from bisphenol-A free (BPA Free) materials
Ergonomically designed lid with rubber grip, non-slip, scratch resistant base, cool to the touch with warm foods
Light, compact and portable, 10 ounce capacity
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349 of 359 found the following review helpful:
Really wanted to like this (Review updated 1/21/11)Jan 16, 2011
By Tanyalee Brown
I dont know what I could be doing wrong. I tried this 5 times in 2 days and was very dissapointed. I am really stressing trying to find a good thermos that works for my daughter at day care. I dont microwave any of her food so I want to give her warm options at daycare. I read all the great reviews and thought this would be perfect. I boiled water put it in the cup for 12 minutes. Heated the pasta to very hot and after dumping the water out of the thermos immediately put the pasta in so I would not let any heat escape. I screwed the lid on tight and made sure it was on properly. 3 hours later the pasta is cold. What am I doing wrong?? It must be me since so many people have had good experiences. There are 4 hours between when I make lunch and my daughter eats there is no way this would stay warm for that long. I think maybe liquids would stay warm in this but not regular foods. Did I just get a faulty thermos? I really wanted to keep this its really cute to. My sister said stainless steel thermos's never worked for her either, maybe I will try the plastic insulated kind.
REVIEW UPDATE 1/21/11
Instead of returning this item I had amazon replace it. I figured since so many people on so many websites gave this a good review that there must have been an issue with my food jar. I am not entirely convinced that every reviewers food jar worked I really doubt some tested it before they sent there child out with it. But like a said I ordered a replacement tested it last night 1/20/10 and it 4 hours later the food was still quite warm, perfect temperature for my 1 year old. So I think that maybe my original food jar had a faulty vacuum which if it fails will not keep food warm. I plan on testing it a few more times over the weekend before sending her out with it but it was warm at 2 hours and warm at 4 hours. My first food jar didnt even keep the food warm for an hour.
206 of 213 found the following review helpful:
Advice for cleaning and to keep food hot longer...Jul 16, 2008
By Bec's Mum
I had the same problem as another reviewer with discoloration from stuff like spaghetti-o's. It sounds a little strange, but try spraying a little PAM on a paper towel and rubbing it on the 'rubbery' surfaces - worked for me with my daughter's thermoses like this. I've also found that washing on the top rack of the dishwasher gets the stains (and the gross greasy residue from condensed chicken noodle soup) out very well. To keep things hotter longer, fill the thermos with the hottest tap water you can, put the lid on and leave it sit awhile, then dump out the water and fill with the hot food. It'll still be quite warm at lunch time. Hope that helps. :)
54 of 58 found the following review helpful:
Works great...Mar 08, 2008
By Dennis White
We just moved to colder climates last year so sandwich and chips just wasn't enough for our kids on cold days. My wife was trying to pack them a bowl that they could heat in the school microwave but our kids complained at the length of the line to the microwave.
We wanted to get a thermos that looked nice, encourages the kids to bring it back home, and was functional at the same time. So we picked these up because we could get different colors for each of the kids.
Now my wife will make them some hot soup at about 7:30 in the morning and by lunch time at 12:30 the kids have said everything is still hot. The other nice thing is they say all there friends comment them on their thermos.
27 of 28 found the following review helpful:
Love this thermos food jar!!Oct 19, 2009
This is a very good product. I bought 3 of them for my 3 kids because they wanted a hot lunch. My kids say their food is still hot when they eat it for lunch. Easy clean up. Glad I found this wonderful item!!
27 of 30 found the following review helpful:
Very Pleased!Nov 05, 2009
By E. Leblanc
My son has been taking his great new Thermos Foogo to school every day since it has arrived at our house and it works like a charm! He is on a very restricted diet (intolerant to most sugar, grain, dairy, and soy products) which eliminates sandwiches and many other things that he would prefer to bring to school for lunch than what I send him. Once this arrived, he has been taking hot meatballs & sauce, barbeque pork, soup, cut up turkey burgers w/pizza sauce, taco filling (w/o shell)and any leftovers that travel well. He loves it! Thanks Foogo!
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