Take a Break Emergency Food Tin


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If you're always running out of biscuits, then this tin is perfect for you to secretly stash away for those desperate times. Store your favourite biscuits or snacks in this Take a Break Emergency Food Tin and when it's an emergency open the tin and snack away. Designed to look just like an emergency alarm, this tin can also be used as a lunch box. - A.D.


  • Emergency Food Tin
  • Store your favourite snacks
  • Use it as a lunch box


  • Dimensions: 20 x 15.5 x 7.5cm

Product Details

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Delivery & Returns

Express Delivery - if ordered before 9pm, delivered by courier next working day.

If ordered before 9pm, delivered by courier next working day. Available on orders placed before 9pm (2pm weekends and Bank Holidays) for delivery next business day. Applies to most delivery addresses within mainland UK.

How long will it take to arrive?

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Customer Reviews

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Excellent gift

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Bought the emergency food tin for my father in law who is diabetic so has to carry food/drink round with him all the time. He was made up with the tin, thought it was really funny and the quality is really good.

Mon Dec 28 10:07:48 GMT 2015 by

Novelty Birthday Gift

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Bought this for my boyfriend's birthday as he is always hungry! Good quality tin and it was well packaged for postage. Decent size as well for storing tasty treats in. Great value!

Mon Sep 07 13:03:44 BST 2015 by


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Good quality, decent sized box suitable for packed lunches or keeping goodies in your drawer at work. I filled mine with goodies to give as a present and she loved it! Good value. Would buy again if needed.

Sun May 31 11:44:34 BST 2015 by

Snack tin

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The Take a Break Emergency Food Tin is great and exactly what I was expecting. It's a great gimmick with a function. This is a good size and quality.

Mon Mar 18 10:43:59 GMT 2013 by

Great stocking filler

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My 16 year old son was delighted to get this Take a Break Emergency Food Tin for Christmas. We filled it full of treats and it was the most talked about present he received. It's a great little stocking filler that's ideal to keep and re-use.

Mon Dec 31 13:18:21 GMT 2012 by

fun gift

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This is a good quality fun novelty tin. I have bought this for someone for Christmas and filled it with mini bars of chocolate, so when they are at work, they have something to snack on in an emergency!

Mon Sep 17 12:27:07 BST 2012 by

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