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Tuesday, December 10, 2013




Metal lunch boxes and mugs come in a variety of shapes and designs. They compete with their plastic and cloth cousins, and they are often hard to find at typical retailers. Some people, however, still believe in them and insist that they are better than any other type of lunch box.

1. Versatility

The metal version of lunch boxes and mugs are often more versatile than any other type of box. They can be used to carry lunch whether it's hot or cold. Metal naturally holds heat or cold and will often be found in their plastic counterparts anyway. After the lunch box is no longer used for food, it can be used for storage. It packs away easily with others of its kind - it can stack in closets or storage areas quite compactly.

2. Style

The metal lunch boxes come in a variety of styles, as do the mugs. Since metal is easy to paint, an owner can purchase any design on the side of the box or mug. Metal boxes and mugs have been used for decades so they bear the markings of decades of hobbies and popular culture. Whether vintage or brand new, metal holds its picture and will match everyone's unique style.

3. Time Tested

As mentioned before, metal boxes and mugs will last for a very long time. This makes them timeless pieces to be used generation after generation. While plastic may crack and cloth may tear, metal barely shows the wounds of time and will be a constant companion for many years. Purchasing a metal box for lunch or mug for a drink is not only a one-time purchase; it is an investment which could last a lifetime.

Metal boxes and mugs for midday meals are timeless, versatile and stylish. It is smart and safe to have these on hand for everyday use or for safe storage. Every household should have one on hand for every member of the family.


by: Woodstock Candy

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