The lunchbox is a miscellaneous item in Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas.
This was a promotional item created by Vault-Tec before the Great War and used in the company's advertisements. With the right schematics, it can be used to make bottlecap mines.
In Fallout: New Vegas, a lunchbox can be used to make a caravan lunch at campfires or a bottlecap mine at workbenches.
Lunchboxes may appear in toy or kitchen clutter and in vendors' inventories. There are 121 guaranteed places where one may be found. The places with most guaranteed lunchboxes are:
Fallout: New VegasEdit
- 7 in Vault 11, five in a large room at the entrance to the living quarters and two in the lower level near the reactor.
- 5 on a shelf in the Vault 21 gift shop. May also be sold by Sarah Weintraub and found inside lockers in the vault.
- 4 inside the REPCONN headquarters 1st Floor. (NMI)
- 3 found inside the Dino Bite gift shop (must be stolen).
- 2 at Powder Ganger camp east, with one inside the refrigerator and the other directly in front of it near the plank of wood.
- 2 inside the REPCONN HQ 2nd Floor. (NMI)
- 1 North of the Boulder City train station, just under tanks.
- 1 in the Hard locked room right after entering the Bison Steve Hotel over to the right, on the shelving.
- 1 inside the train tunnel, first room on the right with the glowing one. On the floor behind the back corner shelf.
- 1 inside the Primm house closest to the road ramp, on the kitchen counter.
- 1 inside Michael Angelo's workshop at the top floor small room, on the shelving.
- 1 at the Old Mormon Fort, South-Eastern tower top floor, on top of the book case.
- 1 inside the Ultra-Luxe Casino, in an easy-locked storeroom just to the right past Mortimer. (NMI)
- 1 inside The Gray. (NMI)
- 1 inside the NCR Embassy.
- 1 inside Zapp's Neon Signs, upstairs on a shelf where the terminal is.
- Found in various cabinets and lockers amongst the wasteland.
- Sold by all traveling merchants.
- Sold by Cliff Briscoe.
- Sold by Carter.
- Sold by Malcolm Holmes.
- Sold by Ralph in Freeside.
- Sold by Joshua Graham in the Honest Hearts add-on.
Behind the scenesEdit
The Fallout 3 Collector's Edition is packaged in a real-world Vault-Tec lunch box. See Fallout 3 promotional items.