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    Hello everyone,

    I'm looking for a catchy and exciting brand name for my major project's product.
    It's a lunch box/ portable food warmer. Any suggestions?

    Thanks
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    Microbox

    Luncheat

    PocketStove

    Stovebox

    I will accept 25%
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    Thanks :-)
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    Look who's popular

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    (Original post by a noble chance)
    Look who's popular

    Cleared!
    I didn't check my inbox, How many messages I missed?
    Please undelete them, i need to read them all.
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    (Original post by Pj1980)
    I didn't check my inbox, How many messages I missed?
    Please undelete them, i need to read them all.
    He was referring to me...

    Have you used one of my suggestions if so which one?
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    lunchheat, but I would like to hear other suggestions, I've got one week to finalise it.
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    Thermabox?
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    Thanks guys, any other suggestions?
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    The korma-stormer

    The porta-hottie
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    hotbox

    but the .com has gone already...
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    Thanks guys
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    Hello again,

    I need you guys to help me with the concept design. Every heating system I suggest for the lunch box, my tutors don't accept.
    There are many lunch boxes with heating system. Most of them are USB powered and there are some few which work with solar energy.
    I'm told to be innovative and design something unique otherwise I can't pass.
    Please help me and share your ideas. I'm struggling and feel desperate.

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    (Original post by Pj1980)
    Hello again,

    I need you guys to help me with the concept design. Every heating system I suggest for the lunch box, my tutors don't accept.
    There are many lunch boxes with heating system. Most of them are USB powered and there are some few which work with solar energy.
    I'm told to be innovative and design something unique otherwise I can't pass.
    Please help me and share your ideas. I'm struggling and feel desperate.

    Thanks
    here are some possible heating processes https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hand_warmer
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    (Original post by Joinedup)
    here are some possible heating processes https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hand_warmer
    Thanks, hand warmers don't produce enough heat to make foods warm.
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    (Original post by Pj1980)
    Thanks, hand warmers don't produce enough heat to make foods warm.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-heating_can
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-h...food_packaging
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flameless_ration_heater

    http://www.trekmates.co.uk/flameless-cook-box
    http://www.peterjones.com/peter-jone...olio/tegstove/

    Or use this to power an electric heater?
    http://www.brunton.com/products/hydr...-hydrogen-core
 
 
 
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