Review: Nonabox {November}

In September I reviewed my first Nonabox and overall I loved it! I then reviewed the October box and I was even more impressed. I have now had my third box, the November instalment, and again I am completely sold on the Nonabox concept and brand. For those that haven’t heard of it yet, Nonabox accompanies you through your pregnancy and your baby´s first two years – every month you are sent a box full of specially selected products that reflect your stage of motherhood, from pregnancy onwards.

Nonabox - November

The third box in my trial Nonabox subscription contains:

  • Beaba 360 Degree Spoon – RRP £7
  • Mam First Toothbrush – RRP £3.50 – Toothbrush suitable from first tooth.
  • Leibniz Zoo Animal Biscuits – £1
  • JoJo Maman Bebe Packaway Pocket Highchair (6-30m) – RRP £14
  • JoJo Maman Bebe Changing Mat Clutch – RRP £15
  • Everything’s Rosie Book – RRP £3
  • Thomas the Tank Book – RRP £3
  • 2 x Plum Pouches – RRP £2
  • 2 x Humphreys Corner Shampoo & Baby Bath Sample Sachets

Nonabox - November

This Nonabox has the lowest combines RRP of the three boxes I have received so far at around £50 but that is still double the monthly cost of the Nonabox at £25 per month if you pay monthly – If you subscribe for a 3, 6 or 12 month period you receive a discount. Each box has also always included brochures and leaflets relevant to the brands inside the box and also money off vouchers – This month’s money off vouchers are for Plum pouches and Humphrey’s Corner toiletries. Even though this month wasn’t worth as much as the previous boxes in value I was no way disappointed – the portable highchair is something I have always wished I’d had and never got around to getting, the changing mat clutch is something stylish and so lovely to look at that I would never, ever have dreamed of buying myself and everything else in the box is so useful – more first tastes for Little Man among others. Everything in the box is once again gender specific – either blue or neutral.

My only slight criticism with this box is that we have received a toothbrush and spoon in previous boxes in the last 3 months – I would like to think that I wouldn’t receive the same items again, at least not for some time but it’s always handy to have a spare toothbrush in the cupboard and weaning babies need more than one spoon!

I would recommend Nonabox to anyone with a baby or as a gift for someone expecting a baby – it would make a great baby shower gift or new baby gift and I think £25 a month is incredibly reasonable for everything you receive. Each time I have received my box it’s felt like my Birthday, a real treat and something lovely once a month.

Disclosure: We have been given a trial Nonabox Subscription for the purpose of this review hover all opinions are my own.

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