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BentoStack EDC Storage Case

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This is such a rip-off lmao
Seems this is an Apple Accessory storage device, NOT an edc storage device. Why risk misleading?
I knew this thing looked familiar when I first saw it. My girlfriend has owned this exact same container but used it as a lunchbox for years. The brand is Monbento. It originally came with an elastic strap as well but I think we lost it during a move or something.
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I thought the absurdity of labeling everything "EDC" trying to cash in on the "tacticool" fad could not get any dumber...
Great review and video in link below - for Apple enthusiasts. This deal had offered 30% off but with a $10 freight charge, so the offer actually slightly better. http://www.idownloadblog.com/2018/03/06/review-bento-stack/
Soxfan1
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40 bucks for a couple of soap containers? Shut up and take my money.
I'm a die-hard Apple guy and even I think this is dumb.
Sold over 4000 units on Indiegogo with a lot of postive feedback from backers.
Soxfan1
Which proves that people will buy the most stupid shit if it's "indie".
Hahahahahaha I can’t believe anyone would fall for this. It is not “based“ on a Japanese lunch box, IT IS ONE!!! I got the one in the pictures I’ve included for $2 USD in Japan. It literally has the same compartments. BTW that is not a pen holder it is meant for chopsticks!!!!!
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rootduck
But but but the compartments are adjustable ! ! !
ryanzb111
so are the ones in my picture I just lost the other 2 dividers
But...can I store lunch in it?
Meh, looks cool, but it's more form over function. I would suggest buying this instead (BUBM Electronic Organizer): http://a.co/6UpKO1j
Whiny man bitches.
rayce444
You must not be a macbook owner. Congrats.
smallbit
No, he's a dick.
blah blah apple hate
The real question is, why do i need to have a space dedicated to carrying extra watch straps with me?
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k1shi
Didn't you know? The more  Watch straps you own, the higher up you are in the Apple cult, not dissimilar to Thetan levels in Scientology.
ryanzb111
I may get there yet--just bought one on Amazon for $5! Really hate the silicone band mine came with.
Look at what Apple's dongle life and Apple pen has turned us into... We are carrying around peripherals like anchors in an age of technology. We are officially animals with leashes. Well played Tim Cook, Steve Jobs is for sure flipping you off from the grave. On a side note this is a great product idea. Really nailed it. FMappleL.
I'm not sure that a $40 plastic box is the accessory I'd want to show off with my Macbook if I were the type of person to buy a purpose made apple accessory storage box.
Silly expensive plastic boxes; what’s the point?
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Some amount of storage for dongles and cables is necessary, sure, but I think that a lot of people's reservations with this is that a product that should be $10 is being shown off at a "reduced" price of $40, simply because it was designed for the Apple ecosystem as though that alone makes it more valuable. I keep an extra set of dongles and adapters in an inside pocket of my backpack, I wouldn't necessarily call this exact solution a "needed product".
stormedwolf
I am trying to fight it as a needed product but as I say that I have my mac plugged into 1xusb converter 1x hub dongle with the charger off that and an hdmi adapter so I am around 5 cords without my tablet. Just the 13 inch macbook pro and an hdmi adapter. Ideally I want to use a super thin hdmi cable no audio, 1x hdmi adapter and 1x usb, so this would leave the power cord and brick that goes with it which no longer has mounts for a cable wrap btw. It's a spaghetti mess and that is not even with a rj45 adapter off the usb but if I could bundle all that and my tablet/phone crap into one brick... it's tempting imo. Also screw Apple.
Always amused when a product like this is aimed at the Apple userbase, as though PC or Android or windows users can't use them for the same thing. 🤔 Geez. And I assumed aluminum since the colors match the 'fancy' iPhone, MacBook space grey, rose gold, etc. But plastic for $43 just to match your Apple stuff? C'mon.
May as well save your money and buy some Tupperware or Countycomm's much better and much cheaper mil spec stainless steel containers or their food grade tins.
I thought they would be made out of aluminum, but these are overpriced plastic boxes.
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>Aluminum would make them far heavier, though
Here are the weights of 2 similarly sized bottles.
Weight of 33 fl. oz. (1L) SIGG aluminum bottle: 5.1 oz. (145g)
Weight of 32 fl. oz. (0.95L) Nalgene narrow mouth polycarbonate bottle: 5.875 oz. (168g)
The advantage of using aluminum over plastic is that you can make the walls thinner without increasing the risk of cracking. Therefore you can reduce the weight even further.
Sources:
http://www.backpackgeartest.org/reviews/Hydration%20Systems/Bottles/Sigg%20Classic%201L%20Bottle/Test%20Report%20by%20Jennifer%20Pope/
https://www.nalgene.com/product/2078-2053/
FeebleOldMan
You wouldn't say that if they were Rose Gold plastic. Do'h--they are Rose Gold plastic!
Stupid Rose Gold plastic!
But is it food-grade?
ludwigtheholyblade
No, in that case it might be actually useful. We don't want that, right?