The traditional Indian tiffin (from the colonial English name for a small mid-day meal), is a lunchbox made of stacked metal containers. For over 100 years, it has been the preferred way to carry delicious home-made meals in the region.
In its contemporary evolution, the containers are made of stainless steel, and kept at temperature in a vacuum-insulated case.
While following this traditional approach, our Vaya Tyffyn introduces significant improvements: it uses the latest technology, a clever temperature management system, and sophisticated styling, to bring the best of Indian traditions to the rest of the world.
For even more portability, the Tyffyn has a foldable handle that disappears inside its lid.