MO:BEN Self-Heating Food Container

MO:BEN Self-Heating Food Container
Design & Architecture
Dan Gould
  • 25 march 2009

MO:BEN by Alex Cheong is a sleek food container that has a built-in heating element to warm your food. The compact reusable container was inspired by the functionality and simplicity of Japanese bento boxes. The MO:BEN also contains two utensils, and comes apart for easy cleaning. A very nice design that eliminates disposable packaging waste, and could be a great help when there are no nearby options to heat up food.

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