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TL;DR: As of March 19, the Steambox self-heating lunchbox is on sale for $229 instead of $269 — that's a 14% discount for a limited time.

If you’ve been planning out your spring and summer activities, don’t forget to plan for meals and snacks on the go. A self-heating lunchbox could be a lovely companion for your adventures, and the Steambox® makes it affordable so you can enjoy hot meals from anywhere. This lunchbox lets you bring your favorite foods everywhere and it’s now just $229 (reg. $269), the best price found on the web.

Hot meals anytime, anywhere

This battery-powered lunchbox is built to heat up to three meals on a single charge. No need to fuss with a power source or cords to enjoy warm food from your campsite, hiking trail, golf course, or while working outdoors

The Steambox® heating elements can steam your food in as little as a few minutes. Add water to the water container, put your food into the food container, close the lid, and use the touch controls or app to start heating up your meal. The Steambox® app also shows live information and alerts about your meal. You may also find some recipes on the app if you’re in need of some meal inspiration.

The lunch box weighs just over four pounds and should be small enough to fit into most backpacks. Don’t worry about spills because this box is designed to be leak-proof. 

Upgrade your lunchtime experience

Funded on Kickstarter, Steambox® frees you from the clutches of needing a microwave or settling for cold meals. If you’ve been trying to eat healthier or are tired of the same foods each day, this lunchbox could open up a whole realm of possibilities for meals on the go.

Rethink lunchtime and take your favorite meals with you anywhere you roam. Steambox® – The Self-Heating Lunchbox is on sale for $229 (reg. $269) at 14% off for a limited time. No coupon is needed to snag this discount.

Prices subject to change.

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