Jeopace Leak-Proof Bento Lunch Container With Flatware

Last updated date: March 12, 2020

DWYM Score
9.0


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Overall Take

In our analysis of 57 expert reviews, the Jeopace Jeopace Leak-Proof Bento Lunch Container placed 9th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note March 24, 2020:
Checkout The Best Bento Box for a detailed review of all the top bento boxes.

Expert Summarized Score
9.5
4 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
8.8
428 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
The box has been made with an organic material which is safe to your health, eco-friendly and is odorless
- Food Shark Marfa
The whole unit, including cutlery, can be microwaved, frozen or put in the dishwasher
- We The Parents
Quite a few customers were amazed to discover that this bento box was indeed “leak proof!”
- A Path To A Better Life
What initially drew me to this particular bento box is how eco-friendly it is. Although it’s not 100% plastic-free due to a silicone rubber ring it’s completely BPA-free and made of wheat fiber rather than plastic (including the fork), which I’ve actually found a lot more durable and difficult to stain than plastic containers.
- Pages, Places, & Plates
What experts didn't like
It might be too simple and large for children. It does not come with a bag.
- Food Shark Marfa
The individual compartments within the container aren’t water-tight, so smaller sealed containers are needed for liquids
- We The Parents
But hand wash the lid because it doesn’t take kindly to the dishwasher’s extremely high water temperatures – and once the lid is warped, there is no turning back.
- A Path To A Better Life
One thing I have noticed, however, is that even though the compartment walls inside are fairly high, particularly liquid substances can travel from one compartment to the other, so bear this in mind when you decide how to place the bento box in your bag.
- Pages, Places, & Plates

From The Manufacturer

Microwave Safe: Jeopace Bento Box is microwave safe up to a temperature of 248℉.Kindly suggest that you should remove the lids before reheating the food. 2-4 minutes heating would be recommended. Dishwasher Safe: Jeopace Bento Box is dishwasher safe (top rack only).To extend the longevity of your product, hand washing is recommended for the lid to avoid any deformation caused by high temperature and pressure washing. Freezer Safe: Jeopace lunch box is also freezer safe.To better keep the food fresh in the box,kindly suggest that you can put the bento box into the freezer ≧-4℉. Portable Size: Jeopace adults and kids lunch container is also lightweight and portable. The dimension of 8.66 x 5.9 x 2.2 inches makes it portable and easy to carry. The perfect design of 1150 ml vs 10 OZ makes it both large capacity and light weight.

Overall Product Rankings

1. Modetro Leak-Proof Bento Lunchbox
Overall Score: 9.5
Expert Reviews: 8
2. LOVINA BPA-Free Bento Box With Spoon & Fork
Overall Score: 9.4
Expert Reviews: 0
3. Bentgo Children’s Bento Lunch Box
Overall Score: 9.3
Expert Reviews: 12
4. GRUB2GO Original Japanese Bento Box
Overall Score: 9.2
Expert Reviews: 6
5. Itopor Leak-Proof Bento Lunch Box
Overall Score: 9.2
Expert Reviews: 0
6. SIPU Leak-Proof Bento Lunch Box
Overall Score: 9.1
Expert Reviews: 0
7. BentoHeaven Original Bento Box Bundle
Overall Score: 9.1
Expert Reviews: 13
8. kinsho BPA-Free Bento Lunch Box, Set of 2
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 10
9. Jeopace Leak-Proof Bento Lunch Container With Flatware
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 4
10. Ozazuco Eco-Friendly Japanese Bento Box
Overall Score: 8.6
Expert Reviews: 0

An Overview On Bento Boxes

Bringing your own lunch to work or school is a healthy and affordable choice, but it comes with a few challenges. Bulky, leaky lunchboxes can take up much-needed space in your bag, and disposable plastic or paper options create unneeded waste. Bento boxes are a compact, easy way to turn your favorite at-home meals into on-the-go options. 

These streamlined lunch boxes let you take a main course and a few sides with you without juggling multiple plastic containers. Some bento boxes come with reusable cutlery that fits neatly inside; it’s a bonus for eco-conscious buyers. The sectioned-off portions of bento boxes also make them a great way to practice portion control for healthier eating. 

Some bento boxes are designed especially for kids, with fun colors and locks that are easier to open. These boxes usually have a greater number of smaller compartments for child-sized servings of fruits, vegetables and healthy wrap sandwiches. 

Whether you’re buying a bento box for yourself, a friend or your kids, there are a few things you’ll need to consider before handing over your cash. Check out our Tips & Advice for practical hints.

DYWM Fun Fact

Bento boxes originated in Japan in the late 1200s, when people going to work, farm or hunt started bringing a dried rice called hosh-ii along to eat. But no one used the word “bento” to define take-along meals until the sixteenth century, when military commander Oda Nobunaga fed individual meals to masses of people at his castle. The boxes themselves were designed for people who couldn’t go indoors for lunch, so they had to be very utilitarian and portable. 

Today, single-use bento boxes are available in vending machines, convenience stores and train stations across Japan. However, many Japanese people still choose to carefully craft sushi and other rice-based meals for their reusable bento lunch boxes.

The Bento Box Buying Guide

  • Think about what types of meals you enjoy before you choose your bento box. If you prefer a sandwich, wrap or salad with a couple of small sides, go for a box with three or more compartments. If you prefer one or two larger portions of foods like stir frys or pasta, look at boxes with one or two larger, stackable compartments.
  • Make sure your bento box is microwave-, freezer- and dishwasher-safe before you heat it up, store or wash it.
  • Included cutlery is a common bento box bonus. Many boxes come with a fork, spoon and knife. Others add in a set of chopsticks. Think about the style of cuisine you enjoy most often to determine what type of reusable cutlery you’ll need.
  • See if the box comes equipped with a handle or carrying case. If it does, you can tote it around on its own. If it doesn’t, make sure you have your own bag to bring that is large enough for the bento box. 
  • Take a close look at the measurements of the bento box. This can help you determine if it will hold the amount of food you need, and whether or not it will fit in your bag, backpack or briefcase.
  • If you’re buying a bento box for a child, make sure it’s constructed from sturdy materials that can withstand drops and dings. Boxes with fun colors or prints can make bringing a lunch more fun for your child.