TUMTUM Bluebell Out & About Lunch Set Review & Competition

I am awful at forgetting to pack the girls snacks or food she we head out or for a short trip to the park. Then each and every time they moan that they’re hungry despite just having lunch. I never learn. I also think a contributing factor is that I’ve not had anywhere to store anything so when TUMTUM offered us some new bits to help us with this situation, I couldn’t say no and I’m sure you can tell why from my photos.

We were sent a Bluebell Lunchbag, Nesting Snackpots and a Water Bottle. I adore the bold and bright pictures on the Bluebell range they stand out so much and are super cute.

The Nesting Snackpots fit inside each other when empty meaning they don’t take up too much space in my drawers and I can keep them all together. There’s four in a set and the biggest has just enough space for some chopped up finger sized sandwiches. The tiniest one is perfect for raisins, and raisins are a firm favourite to keep P3 occupied.

I love the bottle which sounds a bit silly. But for me being able to open their own bottle for a drink is essential. The Bluebell Water Bottle is really easy to manoeuvre with a flip lip and straw. It fits perfectly in the lunch bag too.

The Lunchbag is fully insulated keeping food fresher for longer. The straps are adjustable and it has a really useful plastic wallet attached to the back which you can slide a photo or a name inside for school. The Lunchbag holds all of the Snackpots and the water bottle plus plenty of space for extra snacks. It’s also just the right size for a little person to carry themselves. 

Our specific little person was so excited by this delivery. In fact I don’t think I’ve seen a reaction quite like it and she’s worn the lunch bag at least once a day with each time being a few hours. She declared to her sisters that it’s all hers and has told us she wishes to take it to big school. She’s made a special unboxing/review video:

The Lunch Bag costs £15, the snackpots are £9 and the water bottle is £7 so these are not a cheap option, however I honestly believe they are worth every penny and am looking to buy some more from the TUMTUM range, I especially have my eye on the kids baking set. You could win this exact set, enter here:

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8 comments

  1. I love taking sandwiches and the kids enjoy grapes the most xx

  2. we like to take something crunchy, such as an oaty biscuit and something fruity, such as halved grapes, that our 9 month old can feed herself with

  3. Fruit snack pack – always handy

  4. My favourite are salted chips.

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