A few months ago, I was fortunate enough to be sent a Pink Lining change bag for review and it is currently my bag of choice during these 'Summer' months. Bright and attractive, with a wipe-clean fabric and plenty of pockets for all our little bits, the Queensdale tote is a perfect toddler change bag.
The other day I opened the door to find another Pink Lining delivery, this time for The Boy. The lovely people over there thought that he might like to try their new Robbie the Robot lunch bag.
The lunch bag has a double-zipped front opening up three-quarters of the way around to reveal a PVC waterproof inside with a elasticated net pocket on the side of the lid, and an elastic loop in the main section to be used as a drinks holder. The wipe-clean interior is a perfect size for school lunches, picnics or day trips out, with plenty of space for a few Tupperware tubs and a drink. The main part of the exterior is made from a wipe-clean material covered in a cute robot print. On the back is a clear pocket for a name label to be inserted into. The lid is not a wipe-clean surface, instead it has a full-length Robbie Robot design embroidered onto it. The handle on the top has a nifty clip to enable you to attach it to another bag, pushchair, etc.
We love this bag, it's very cute, practical and a perfect size for the lunches of young men with growing appetites. The Robbie the Robot lunch bag is available from Pink Lining for £20.00 and measures 23x23x8.5cm.
We were sent this bag for the purpose of this review. My opinion is honest and unbiased.