Currently seeking your financial support on Kickstarter, the Oriyami lunchbox is capable of elegantly carrying your lunch. When you are done just toss out the disposable paper sleeve and fold it down to occupy minimal space. You can also use its built-in magnets to stick it on your fridge.
Oriyami is a lunchbox that folds down as slim as your notebook — 13% its original thickness! The origami experience takes on snapping good fun with the integration of magnets.
In just a few folds, our one-piece lunchbox makes three transformations: collapsed, opened up, and covered. From a flat square, simply release the smaller bottom flaps and open up into a box. Then lift the bigger flaps and you’ve gotten it all covered.
Oriyami comes with a set of disposable, inner sleeves to line your lunchbox. They are food-grade, microwave safe, and certified compostable. Save yourself the trouble of washing, without resorting to disposable plastics!
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