Well made prototype.Needed a better way to warm the food rather than just keep it warm.
The idea partially solves the problem but the method the product solves the problem is not very clear.
The product doesn't really solve the problem very effeciently as it is more expensive and doesn't heat up food a lot more than the normal styrofoam boxes.
It doesn't seem so effective and the problem is partially solved.
So the product keeps the food warm and the heat comes from the food.But it is called the food warmer, which means it warms food up and not keep it warm. The heat comes from the food and radiates off the inner surface of the box. Which would mean that the food would not absorb the heat to warm it up, which is the only method that the heat will be in the box, but, in physics, chemistry or whatever, everything will lose or gain energy.So, if the heat keeps radiating to warm up the food, sooner or later it will lose heat. If it food keeps absorbing and doesn't lose heat, it means that it is a source of infinite energy.
Is this product a better alternative to the conventional method of keeping food warm? It should be tested out first whether aluminium foil has the capability of retaining heat as well as conventional materials