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SubSafe is a container designed specifically to fit a submarine sandwich. It's elongated in shape and made up of three parts that fit together to form the waterproof vessel. This company is a family-owned business formed by people who both love subs and enjoy outdoor activities that take place in or near water. It's an attractive container made of plastic and it's also BPA-free. This product is suitable for sub lovers who like boating, camping, or hiking. People who enjoy none of these things can use SubSafe to bring their sub to work for lunch.
The cost of SubSafe is $17.95 plus $5.69 shipping, for a total price of $23.64.
Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: thesubsafe.com
This sub-shaped container fits full or half subs - 6 or 12 inches. If you unscrew one of the sides, you can take the cap off. Then you use it to close the smaller container to hold a smaller sub. So whether you have a big appetite or you eat like a bird, the product could suit you. You can also eat half your sub and save the rest for later with this design. So it will certainly accommodate your lunch. If your lunch is a submarine sandwich.
The product is indeed made of polypropylene plastic - a very hard, waterproof material that apparently will really keep your sub sandwich safe until you're ready to eat.
SubSafe is available in three different colors. These include hot pink, charcoal grey, and seafoam green. The colors are really nice looking; no doubt this is a well-designed and good looking product.
The product is waterproof, so if you accidentally immerse it in water or it falls off the boat, your lunch will be safe from getting soggy. There are no points in the container where a leak could occur.
SubSafe is designed to float on top of the water. That means if it goes overboard, you'll be able to find it more easily. The product designers really don't want you to starve on your boating trip.
The way SubSafe was designed, either end is flat and can be unscrewed from the rest of the container. It was made this way so that they could each serve as cups when they finish holding your sub. That makes SubSafe a multi-purpose product.
The plastic used in this product is very hard and durable, Even if you literally fall on top of the container, your submarine sandwich will not be crushed. SubSafe is going to make sure that you enjoy your lunch in its original form no matter what.
Too often when you go for a picnic or day out and pack a lunch, something leaks somewhere and everything gets all wet. You can be rest assured that if that happens, your sub sandwich will survive the calamity. It will stay as dry as unbuttered toast and remain delicious.
After you've had your lunch and washed and dried the container, you can use it as dry storage for any loose items you have around. It's big enough to fit your phone if you want to keep it dry, and any other items. There's a fair bit of space for small things.
You don't have to wash this product by hand, because it's completely dishwasher safe. Just throw it in the machine and will come out clean and sterilized.
For a person who loves submarine sandwiches, this product has many uses. That's especially true if you both love subs and enjoy doing outdoor activities. You can take it boating, hiking, camping, on a canoe trip, etc. In addition, you can use it to take your lunch to work every day if you don't do outdoor activities. If your lunch is a sub.
This really is a nice-looking, well-designed container. It looks pretty solid and well-made, and of high quality. The colors are nice shades that look attractive. It's an aesthetically pleasing item on the whole.
Besides carrying a sub, this container could also hold other types of foods that fit or suit the shape of the container. It could hold some fruits, crackers, cheese, chips, nuts, or a wrap. You could put a salad in it and include the dressing, then shaking it up so it's nicely distributed.
The idea of a company designed around a container specifically for subs seems like an odd one because it's so specific. Are there really that many sub lovers out there, who generally also like to do water and other outdoor activities? Who often choose to bring a sub as their lunch? Naturally, this is speculation, but it doesn't seem as if the market for this product would be particularly big. It's not clear why the company would limit the item in that way - or just limit themselves to marketing it that way.
SubSafe really is not that different from any other good quality container for food - except that it's shaped like a sub and marketed as a sub-container. Yes, clearly for the sub lover this is a better-shaped container. However, it's a good container for other things too. Why not call it a 'Wrapsafe' or 'Gyrosafe'?
If you were going to choose colors for a cup that is supposed to be easily seen floating on the water, would you choose sea green and charcoal grey? They'll blend in and be very hard to see sitting on top of the water. The pink was a good idea, but a couple of other bright colors are in order here.
It's not wildly expensive, but for a plastic container, it's a bit much. If you really made use of it in different ways it could be worth the cost, however.
It was a nice thought, the idea of making the end of the container flat so that you could use them as two cups. However, the problem with this idea is that you generally want to enjoy your beverage with your lunch, not afterward. The second issue is that after you eat your sub, your container is going to be dirty. Even if you are able to wash it wherever you are, you're not going to want to drink out of a cup that you just saw smeared in mayonnaise.
To be fair, there really is no other item like this on the market. The majority of food containers and Tupperware are square in shape. Until now there's been no container that could accommodate a submarine sandwich specifically.
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