This Is What a $245 Lunch Box Looks Like
It has a design detail in common with yachts.
Published Feb 26, 2020 6:07 PM
A packed lunch is something that grows up with you. Once you reach adulthood, gone are the days of metal rectangles and cartoon character–themed thermoses. In their stead arrive basic Tupperware, the occasional repurposed tub that once held takeout, or maybe (if you’re feeling fancy) a simple bowl. But now there’s another option—one that elevates a packed meal to a whole new level. Inka’s lunch kit, with a price point of $245, is lunchtime’s most luxurious accessory yet.
Launched today, the set includes pretty much everything you’d need to assemble a desk meal that might actually bring a smile to your face: shatter- and spillproof containers you can microwave; graceful gold-finish silverware; silk-and-cotton–blend napkins; a teensy saucepot; and, best of all, a carrier (easy to wipe down and clean) to tote it all around in. It might not seem like a lot, but the materials are as high quality as you can get—it took two years to develop the perfect plastic, and the vegan silicone leather is the same soft, durable kind that you’d find in a yacht’s upholstery. So, yes, you can absolutely use the bag as a normal purse and no one would be the wiser.
This might just be the most luxe take on a midday meal we’ve seen, but can you really put a price on the pride you’ll feel when you go a whole week without ordering in?
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