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LÄTTUGGADSnack container, set of 2, stainless steel

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No need to be hungry just because you're on the go. Fill the durable and compact snack containers LÄTTUGGAD with nuts, fruit or granola to get the energy boost you need to take you through the day.

Article Number204.989.18

Product details

Durable and robust snack containers made of stainless steel.

Compact size that fits in your handbag, briefcase or even pocket.

Includes: 1 box 12 cu.in. and 1 box 24 cu.in.

Wash this product before using it for the first time.

Designer

Stina Lanneskog

Article Number204.989.18
  • Stainless steel

    Dishwasher-safe.

Measurements

  • LÄTTUGGAD
    Snack container, set of 2Article Number204.989.18

    Length: 3 ½ "

    Weight: 1 lb 3 oz

    Diameter: 4 ¾ "

    Package(s): 1

Reviews

5(4)
excelentVANESSAexcelent5
BoxesJOYCEI like the clinical look of stainless steel5
Perfect for School Snacks!Jennifer B.I love these containers! My daughters need to bring their own snacks to school each day, and these are great for that purpose. I hate using plastic, and I love how well these do in the dishwasher. I wouldn't use them for liquids, but they're perfect for cut veggies, fruit, crackers and cheese, chips, popcorn, etc. I would happily buy a smaller size in addition to these sizes, if it were available.5
Great snack containers!LoriI love these snack containers! Great quality, great price, reusable!! IKEA, please make a smaller size too…5

Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

When I was a kid, my dad always brought stainless steel lunch boxes to work. This range is inspired by such old-fashioned boxes and various outdoor hiking products, and I’ve added an urban touch. The items should be functional and easy to take with you when you commute or travel on longer trips – and look so nice that you love to use them every day. I like these products since they contribute to a more mobile, sustainable and cost-conscious life.

Stina Lanneskog