This freezable lunchbox keeps food cold for hours without ice packs

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Taking your lunch to work or school is a great way to save money and eat healthier. And, you get to eat what you want when you want it. The downside is the bulky lunchbox and heavy ice pack that you have to tote around, even after you’ve finished your meal. However, one of Amazon’s best-selling lunch boxes eliminates the ice pack altogether.

PackIt Freezable Classic Lunchbox, $19.99

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The PackIt Freezable Classic Lunchbox has a built-in freezable non-toxic cooling gel within the walls of the bag. Simply pop the lunchbox in the freezer overnight (or for 12 hours), and by morning, the walls will be frozen and ready to keep your food and drinks cool for hours. It’s so cold that you can feel safe packing dairy and deli meats or anything else that may spoil in a traditional lunchbox.

The lunchbox is big enough to fit a standard bento box or a meal with a 12-ounce drink. Plus, it has a buckle handle to attach it to a bag and an exterior pocket to hold napkins and utensils. But it’s also lightweight at only 1.46 pounds and collapsible, so you can easily stuff it into a tote bag or backpack when you’ve finished your lunch.

You can get the PackIt Freezable Classic Lunchbox for $19.99 in 20 different colors on Amazon. But, if you want to pack a light lunch or even bring a little more, the brand also offers its freezable bags in several other sizes.

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