Little Cooler Lunch Bag + Chill Pack (pink)
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The Little Cooler Lunch Bag is a perfect fit with the Little Chill Pack! Also an ideal fit with Spencil's Little Bento Box with room to spare for fruit or small containers! With aluminium food-safe silver lining, a back zip pocket that perfectly fits the Little Chill Pack, an outside name card pocket and an additional inside pocket for 'Love Notes', this is your go-to lunch bag for school and play!
Little Chill Pack
The Little Chill Pack is the perfect companion to the Little Cooler Lunch Bag.
Certified food safe, this 4 layer aluminium gel pack comes with a handy machine-washable cover that parents will love, along with the fact that it keeps your child's lunch cool all day!
- Machine washable
- Aluminium food-safe insulated lining to keep contents fresher for longer
- Front zip pocket
- Dual zip main compartment - easy to open and close
- Back zip pocket that perfectly fits the Little Chill Pack
- Thicker, padded handle
- Outside clear name card pocket
- Inside pocket for 'Love Notes'
- 1-compartment mesh pocket inside lid with velcro seal for extra storage
- Made with long-lasting durable fabrics
- Combined weight: Approx. 650 grams
Little Chill Pack Features:
- 4 layer aluminium gel ice pack
- Certified food safe
- Machine washable cover
- Snugly fits into Little Cooler Lunch Bag
About The Artist
Kalkatungu Muu is the original painting by 15-year-old Jesse Sutton, a contemporary Indigenous artist from the Kalkadoon people from Mount Isa in Queensland.
The Kalkatungu Muu range has been produced in collaboration with Spencil for kids to use, love and cherish.
“Kalkatungu Muu” means “Kalkadoon Country” in the Kalkadoon language and Jesse’s painting is his interpretation of the lands of his people. This stunning collection features earthy tones, native animals and symbolism of the land and people of the Mount Isa region. Through his artwork, Jesse hopes to inspire the younger generation to be proud of Australia’s rich and ancient history, and to learn more about the Kalkadoon people – their art, stories, language and culture.
- Wipe with a damp cloth between uses to keep fresh
- Machine washable - separately on a cold, delicate cycle
- Use regular detergent
- Don't forget to remove the name and note card
- Dry in the sun, with print facing upward
- Don't use fabric softener, stain remover or bleach
- Not suitable for tumble dryer or iron
- Optional: for extra TLC on the metal zippers you can also use a wash bag or pillow case