Review: Nonabox {September}

I am lucky enough to be reviewing the newest concept in the pregnancy and baby industry – The Nonabox Subscription Service! 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.

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Nonabox have sent me the first box of my trial subscription and this is the contents:

  • Cloud B Lavender Animal Pillow (RRP £16) – A cuddly sheep that turns into a pillow with a lavender smelling sachet inside.
  • Bibetta Ultrabib (RRP £4.50) – A flexible neoprene bib with a reversible pocket.
  • GumiGem Bermuda Bracelet (RRP £8.95) – A silicone bracelet that doubles as a teething toy.
  • Mam First Toothbrush (RRP £3.50) – Toothbrush suitable from first tooth.
  • Water Wipes – Water Wipes Sample Pack with £1 money off voucher.
  • Neuner’s Nursing Tea (RRP £4.49) – Herbal teabags for breastfeeding mothers.
  • Mam Anti Colic Bottle (RRP £4) – Self Sterilising Mam Bottle.
  • Ella’s Kitchen Apple Puree Pouch (RRP 79p) – Suitable from 4 months.
  • Crawlerz Sleepsuit (RRP £19.99) – A safety sleepsuit with non slip legs for crawling babies.)

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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!

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I am really impressed with this Nonabox and can’t wait to get my next two month’s boxes. This box is definitely tailored to us – having a 4 month old Little Man. The only thing I would mention is that no-one asked whether we were breastfeeding or using baby bottles. The nursing tea and Mam bottle could be irrelevant to us – as it is, we most probably won’t be using the bottle, however, all other items would be appropriate. It may be useful for Nonabox to ask whether the recipients of the box are breastfeeding and/or using bottles when they subscribe in future.

Other than this, based on September’s box, I really do think that Nonabox is a lovely service and worth the £25 a month cost.

Disclosure: I received a Nonabox for the purpose of this review but all opinions are my own.

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