Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Hango Lunch Bags #review

I work in a downtown office building. It’s not a large town by any means, but the downtown area is small and congested, especially during the business day. On top of that, there’s ongoing construction less than a block from my office building. This makes it a rather arduous task to drive out each day for my lunch hour. Instead, I prefer to simply pack something to eat and enjoy it from my desk or a nearby park. As a gluten-free eater, this also saves me the worry of being inadvertently given wheat products at a local restaurant.

Hango Lunch Bags

The set of Hango Lunch Bags I received have been perfect. They arrived in a nice canvas bag, which I use to store them when not in use. This makes it easy to keep the black color clean, even though the bags are easy to wipe with a damp cloth should I spill something on the outside.

I use these bags five days per weeks, alternating the size depending on what I’m planning to eat for lunch. In addition to the ice pack, I can fit salads, meats, cheeses, chips, soda, and water in the large bag. That’s a lot of stuff. I tend to carry this bag when I know I’ll be working overtime and need a few extra snacks to get me through a longer day.

Hango Lunch Bags

The bags are durable, well-made, and keep things cold. I throw the ice pack in each morning after loading up my lunch and often find it’s still halfway frozen when I return home in the evenings. I don’t have to worry about my lunch spoiling, no matter the temperature outside or in the office.

I simply can’t recommend these bags enough!

Product was provided by the company to facilitate this review, but all opinions are honest and my own. Affiliate links are below. By using these links to purchase the product, this blog will receive compensation.