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T-rex Hologram Lunchbag and Drinking Bottle

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  • This is the inside of another lunch bag from the 'Smash' range - it shows the bottle well 
Please note: Lining will be BLUE not grey
Price:
£12.99
Item No:
E2382
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This is our ONLY lunchbag & Drinking Bottle Combo - and we think it's really lovely!

It includes a drinking bottle - which sits in a section on the side ... so it is easily accessible and leaves the whole of the inside for your lunch!

It is a black lunchbag with a white robust zip and has an amazing lenticular T-rex design on the front - AND if you haven't got a clue what that means,  it means that it has a hologram effect ... look at it one way and it is a grey T-rex head, move your eyes just a little (or tilt the bag) and the T-rex becomes a snarling beast!

There is a special anti microbial blue insulated inner (more of which later!) and a name tag in the lid (you don't want anyone else to get your sandwiches, do you?)

The cleverly shaped zip goes around 3 sides and there is a padded carrying handle so it is comfortable for your grown-up to carry home for you!

Right, back to the special blue lining, I KNOW ... yawn, who wants to talk about lunchbag linings! You will want to hear about THIS one though, it is 'BlueiQ' which is a smart fabric designed to inhibit the growth of bacteria, mould and mildew ... that's got to be a great addition, hasn't it!

Measures 27cm x 28cm (including bottle section) x 9 cm

Bottle:

Is a plain silver grey (undecorated) soft plastic bottle with a simple 'twist and sip' top (the top is flatten so it is not so easy to chew, which may be useful if you have one of those children who gnaw at the mouthpieces until they leak or don't work properly anymore)

500ml Bottle

22cm tall

Wipe clean surface

Age 3+


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