In September I reviewed my first Nonabox and overall I loved it! I’ve now received the October box and I am even more impressed. 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.
The second box in my trial Nonabox subscription contains:
- Cloud B Soothing Sound Sheep – RRP £30
- Pasito a Pasito Rattle – RRP £15
- Pasito a Pasito Dummy Chain – RRP £15
- Pebble UK Foot File – RRP £3
- Water Wipes Sample Pack
- Halos n Horns Baby Moisturising Lotion – RRP £4
- MAM Bite and Relax Teether – RRP £4
- Beaba 360 Degree Spoon – RRP £7
- Ella’s Kitchen Porridge – RRP £2.50
- 2 x Teapigs Tea Bags
Nonabox is £25 a month, including free postage, and you can cancel your subscription whenever you want. As you can see Nonabox provides much more in value each month than the £25 subscription cost. It also has a wide variety of products – all from well known and well reputed brands – there is nothing in this Nonabox that you would think was ‘cheap’ or put in to pad the box out. It is all really good quality and came packaged in a really lovely reusable presentation box, complete with tissue paper and ribbon!
I was incredibly happy with the September box but this box is even better! The products have a combined RRP of over £80 and so the £25 monthly cost is incredibly reasonable. The products I received are very age appropriate for my 5 month old Little Man and are also ‘gender’ appropriate with some items being blue.
In all honesty, across both boxes now, a lot of the items are not things I would buy myself – however, each time I open the box I get a selection of items that I don’t already have, by well known premium brands and suited to my child’s age. I love the Nonabox concept and so far I am really impressed. Nonabox would be a great gift for any pregnant woman or new parent or even as a treat for yourself.
Disclosure: I received a Nonabox for the purpose of this review but all opinions are my own.