A Good-Looking Lunch Box that Heats Food Using Steam

Would you like a lunch box that can heat your food? There are many options available in the market, but most of them are bulky and unattractive to the eye. A startup based in the Netherlands has come up with a practical and good-looking, self-heating lunch box that will change your perception.

Aptly called Heatbox, it has a built-in battery that allows it to steam heat food. Each unit comprises four layers: the main box, an inner container, an inner lid and a bamboo cover. Its sleek and elegant design will make you a proud owner and you will love to show it off. Additionally, there is an anti-leak mechanism to ensure that it never spills food.

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Heatbox: A nice lunch box that heats food with steam

You just have to pour in some water and press the button – it will start heating the food using autonomous steaming technology that does not destroy the nutrients and taste of the food, like in a microwave oven. You can choose the schedule for the time settings via the companion mobile app.

Heatbox is rechargeable and can be used up to three times on a single charge. It can also be used as a power bank to charge a smartphone. It’s a well thought out and designed product that will come in handy for keeping a meal warm at your desk or while traveling.

Read also: The MolaBox Foldable Lunchbox is made from recycled food-grade plastic

You can pre-order this self-heating lunch box right now through Indiegogo. It is priced at € 139 (approximately $ 171), with delivery scheduled for April 2021.

Heatbox: A nice lunch box that heats food with steam

Image: Indiegogo / Heatbox

Heatbox: A nice lunch box that heats food with steam

Image: Indiegogo / Heatbox

Heatbox: A nice lunch box that heats food with steam

Image: Indiegogo / Heatbox

Heatbox: A nice lunch box that heats food with steam

Image: Indiegogo / Heatbox

Heatbox: A nice lunch box that heats food with steam

Image: Indiegogo / Heatbox

Heatbox: A nice lunch box that heats food with steam

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