The HeatsBox is a mini-cooking device that lets people heat up their lunch evenly within 15 minutes

The lunchtime struggle for many workers is spending money on pricey but freshly made takeout or trying their luck with the office microwave that only brings food to a lukewarm temperature. Swiss startup Faitron created the HeatsBox, a portable lunchbox oven that evenly heats up food.

This small, sleek box holds up to 925 ml of food, comes in a variety of colors, and heats up chow with an 85 Watt heater in around 15 minutes. The device is powered via USB and is self-cleaning, meaning you won't spend time cleaning all of the tupperware you used at the end of the week.

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