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Boon Snack Ball Snack Container (Purple/Green)

by Boon

RRP: £6.99
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  • Fun, sphere-shaped snack container
  • Rigid form protects snacks from crushing
  • The lid screws shut so snacks are secure
  • Two halves unscrew for easy cleaning
  • Ideal for storing food to eat on the go
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Boon Snack Ball Snack Container (Purple/Green) + Boon Munch Snack Container (Orange/Blue)
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Product Information

Technical Details
Model Number278
Item Weight91 g
Product Dimensions11 x 7 x 11 cm
Item model number278
Target genderUnisex
Batteries requiredNo
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 37,108 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight132 g
Date First Available2 Nov 2011
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Product Description

Just say no to pulverised snacks in plastic bags. The Snack Ball is a brilliant container that doubles as a toy. It's tough, so snacks don't get crushed, and the two halves unscrew, so cleaning is super easy. The lid rotates shut, so snacks don't jump ship, and it's great for travel or even a game of catch. The Snack Ball is top rack dishwasher-safe and free of BPA, phthalate, and PVC.

Box Contains

1 x Snack container

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By Hana on 25 Aug 2013
On a plus note, this looks good. Unfortunately, the opening is too small even for a toddler hand, so unless you intend to fill it with non-messy snacks, this is a nightmare to clean.

Snack ball that's great for a game of catch? Really? Plate that doubles as a frisbee anyone?
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By Jana Kancheva on 9 Sep 2014
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Amazon.com: 87 reviews
47 of 50 people found the following review helpful
Could use some improvements 19 Jan 2008
By Wild Man's Mommy - Published on Amazon.com
I generally use ziploc baggies for snacks but decided it was time to find an alternative that wouldn't result in the snacks being turned to crumbs. The concept of this snack ball is great. However, I had a few problems with it. I thought it was a bit on the small side. I should have paid more attention to the dimensions. My 2 1/2 year old son can barely get his hand in the hole on the top to retrieve his snacks. It would be nice if there were 2 or 3 different sizes offered. This would definitly not be a good snack holder for older toddlers or preschoolers unless they have very small hands! He also had some trouble sliding the lid open himself. I would love to be able to hand it to him and allow him to open and close it on his own. Within 15 minutes of giving it to him, the orange lid popped off while he was trying to slide it open. It did pop back in quite easily but it was a bit frustrating. The lid also popped of when he dropped it. It would also be nice if the container had a small flat area on the bottom so it would sit flat. My son enjoys filling his own snack containers so it would be nice if the container could be placed on the counter for him to fill. There are also times when he sits it down without closing the lid. Since it rolls around this sometimes results in spilled snacks. My son did seem to like this product so that was a plus. Good concept but could use a few modifications.
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Broke within moments of giving it to my child. 2 May 2008
By Jeannette Swartz - Published on Amazon.com
This is cool looking and I wanted to like it, but my 11-month-old daughter ripped the cap off of it almost immediately after I gave it to her for the first time. The plastic attachment is very small and not very durable, Boon would do better to use a metal attachment of some sort. Now the container part sits in her toy bin gathering dust....
16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Design problem fixed and great customer service!!!! 5 Jun 2009
By Edward Juline - Published on Amazon.com
Great idea for a product but working in the plastics industry I can tell you that this is horrible design engineering and plastic construction.

After sending in a complaint to Boon, I received a call minutes later from their customer service department and a newly designed cap will be sent immediately.
11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Great for snacks, not for hands 24 Feb 2008
By Statia M. - Published on Amazon.com
We bought this as an alternative to carrying snacks around in bisphenol and phthalate laden plastic containers. All of Boon's eating/drinking products are BPA and phthalate free, which is a must in our house.

This is a great little product to carry around small snacks like cheerios or crackers in. We have it with us at all times.

However, what I don't like:

The lid sometimes slides open in our diaper bag, which makes crumbs. The other drawback is the small opening. My 1 year old has a hard time fitting his hand in to grab a snack, so I'm guessing the problem will only get worse as he gets older. I would prefer he assert his independence and work on getting his own snacks. I don't mind handing him snacks, but at this age, they're all about doing it themselves, and I'd like to encourage that. I can't really do that with this snack ball.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Poorly designed.... waste of money. 2 July 2011
By Jstats - Published on Amazon.com
This snack container is so poorly designed that we only used it once and it's remained in the cabinet ever since. The fact that it is round makes it easy for little hands, but because it's not weighted, it rolls all over the place, like the floor of the car or underneath furniture. This is particularly problematic when you are in a store and it falls out of the stroller.... I have chased this thing all over creation. The lid is also terribly designed and only opens partially (pretty much as the picture shows), therefore bigger hands trying to reach into it end up snapping off the lid completely. The least problematic issue is that it holds virtually a handful of cheerios... if you have children like mine who eat, spill, and share in equal portions, you'll end up carrying a ziploc bag to refill. In the end, it was a total waste of money and I'm still sticking with the munchkin snack traps, using a sour cream lid to make them easier for travel.
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