F3003PK6

Thermos FUNtainer Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Food Jar - Pink - 10 oz.

Thermos FUNtainer Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Food Jar - Pink - 10 oz.
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FUNtainerT Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Food Jar - Pink - 10 oz.

Healthy lunches start with fresh foods and beverages. Thermos FUNtainer food jars keeps foods their freshest until lunchtime and beyond. Kids love Thermos FUNtainer products because they look cool, keep cool and they're fun to use. Parents love them because they're BPA-free, easy to clean, and a great way to make sure their kids lunches are as healthy and fresh as possible.

Thermos vacuum insulation technology virtually eliminates temperature change within the food container by creating an airless space between two stainless steel walls. The result is an insulation layer that performs better than any other. This superior insulated FUNtainer food jar keeps items hot for 5 hours or cold for 7, making it a great choice you can depend on to keep your kids food hotter, colder, and fresher longer.

Constructed with double wall stainless steel, this 10 ounce food jar is virtually unbreakable and built to withstand the demands of everyday use. It features an extra wide mouth which is easy to fill, eat from and clean.

Features:
  • Vacuum insulation technology for maximum temperature retention, hot or cold
  • Durable stainless steel
  • Extra wide mouth is easy to fill, eat from and clean


Specifications:
  • Capacity: 10 oz
  • Dimensions: 3.5"W x 3.5"D x 4.5"H
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Thermos FUNtainer Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Food Jar - Pink - 10 oz. F3003PK6 THERMOS FUNTAINER SS VACUUM INSULATED FOOD JAR 10OZ PINK
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