Seal Cup XL
Alternative to plastic containers.
Sometimes you're hungry enough to size up! The Seal Cup™ XL holds 3.25 cups.
Plastic-free and leak-proof, this extra-large food container is designed to coordinate with the Seal Cup Trio. Pack up the Seal Cup XL with your entree or fluffy salad, and add a couple of other Seal Cups full of side dishes for a nutritious, delicious meal. At the end of the day, the empty XL, Large, Medium, Small, and Mini are designed to nest one inside of the other for nifty, compact packing on the way back home.
These Seal Cup XL lunch containers are designed FOR the ocean and BY the ocean. It's the beauty of our oceans that has inspired all our designs. The tide pool inspired the texture of the Seal Cup XL's dark teal silicone lid.
The Seal Cup XL makes your lunches greener and our oceans cleaner by keeping dangerous plastics out of your lunch and our oceans.
- Seal Cup XL container measures 6” diameter by 2.75” tall.
- Capacity is 26 oz. (3.25 cups).
- Tare weight is 6 oz.
- Tare weights are etched on the bottom of each container so they may be used at food bars and delis that charge by food weight.
- Lunchbox bottoms nest and stack for easy storage.
- Non-toxic silicone lid and type 304 stainless container are free of estrogen-mimicking chemicals commonly found in plastics like BPA, BPS, and phthalates.
- All parts are dishwasher and oven safe. Not for use in the microwave.
- Steel and silicone container is lighter than glass containers and nonbreakable.
Goes Great With:
Wrapped in paper tissue.
- All parts are dishwasher and oven-safe up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit (204 degrees Celcius).
- Not for use in the microwave.
- The silicone lids are also freezer safe, but beware because it's risky to freeze in our steel containers. Liquids swell when frozen and if the steel container is overfilled the freezing will split the steel.
- Bleach will stain and damage stainless steel, do not use cleaning sprays or solutions that contain bleach.
- Never use steel wool or steel brushes. They will scratch the surface of your stainless steel and make it more susceptible to rusting and staining.
- Abrasive cleaners will scratch the surface and should always be avoided.
- Dirty water and cleaning solutions can leave a residue that can stain and damage the surface, so don’t forget to rinse and dry.
- Long-term exposure to table salt and salt and vinegar mixes can damage stainless steel.
- In order to reduce chance of staining, do not allow the following acidic food items to remain on stainless steel surfaces for hours: ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, lemon juice, vinegar, salt, and salad dressing.