Sea to Summit X-Seal & Go

Retailers' Descriptions

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X-Seal & Go is a range of collapsible food containers with airtight seals. The threaded lids are simple and easy to operate, and provide peace of mind against leaks. When not in use each container collapses to a minimal height, taking up significantly less space when stored. Available in four different sizes, the X-Seal & Go containers are perfect for culinary adventures on the trail, as well as taking lunch to school or the office.

- Summit Hut

Sea to Summit Camp & Hike X-Seal and Go -Lime Green-Small 60041. The threaded lids are simple to clean easy touse and offer peace of mind against leaks. When not in use each container collapses to a minimal height taking up significantly less space when stored. Available in four different sizes the X-Seal & Go containers are perfect for culinary adventures on the trail to picnics and taking lunch to school or the office.

- CampSaver.com

Ideal for backpacking, the ultralight, leakproof Sea to Summit X-Seal & Go medium container seals food airtight and packs down to less than 1 in. thick when empty.

- REI

The Sea to Summit X-Seal And Go Food Container is a collapsible container with seal-able lid. Pack up some snacks and don't lose food all over your pack or cooler along the way. The lid seals shut against leaks, so everything stays inside. Once the food is gone, collapse the bowl down and pack it away. Features of the Sea to Summit X-Seal And Go Food Container Bpa free and food grade Easy clean threads Ergonomic quick close lids Handy measurements imprinted on inside

- Moosejaw

Most sealing food containers are great, except for when you need to carry them around. Often bulky and inconveniently shaped, they're not ideal for fitting into your already-tight backpack, so that's why Sea To Summit designed the X-Seal & Go series of collapsible containers. Made with a simple airtight threaded lid design, the containers vary from small to XL and are ideal for the trail, but are also great for school lunches and home-to-office leftovers.

- Backcountry.com

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