Tuesday, 10 December 2013

REVIEW - Nonabox November

I was quite excited to receive the November Nonabox. After the October one I was told to expect more toddler related things. I was a little disappointed.

In this box I got
JoJo Changing Mat Clutch RRP £15.00
JoJo Packaway Pocket Highchairs RRP £14.00
JoJo Henry Rabbit Blankie RRP £9.00
Plum Stage 1 Porridge RRP £2.55
Fireman Sam Christmas Books RRP £2.99 
Mr. Men Two Christmas Books RRP £2.99 
Plus samples.

The first thing that I noticed when I opened the box was the porridge. Paige hasn't eaten stage one baby food since she was a baby. At 18 months old this product is useless to us and I am a little confused as to why it was in our box. I was told that this was a mix up but in my eyes it shouldn't have happened at all.

I love the pocket high chair. It may not actually fit in any of my pockets but I think it's a very useful product and is age related. It was just a couple of weeks ago that we actually went to restaurant and they didn't have any high chairs. If I had had this product it would of saved the day. It's now going to live in the changing bag if this situation were to occur again. The fact that the high chair is blue doesn't really bother me but a more neutral colour would be nice.

The clutch changing bag is a fabulous idea. I personally don't love the print so wouldn't carry it around on its own but I think it's fabulous to keep nappies and wipes inside and then when baby needs changing and you're out and about all you have to do it grab the clutch and you have everything you need!

The comforter is nice. Not really toddler related and Paige won't use it. Maybe I could save it for if we have another baby. A pretty useless product for an 18 month old though.

The books included are good, toddler related items although they say for ages 3+. I kind of feel like they are pretty boy related but I'm sure Paige will still enjoy them. She loves flicking through books.

The samples are a nice added extra but don't add any value to the box. I feel that this box is worth a lot less than the previous ones. As you can see from the price list above you still get more than the £25 you pay for but as I'm disappointed with some products in this box.

Overall I still think Nonabox is a great idea, it just needs a few extra changes to suit all age types. I think they have the baby boxes covered but the toddler boxes defiantly need some work. I also think it would be nice if they took the sex of your baby into consideration a little more.

Have you tried Nonabox yet?

Thanks for reading,

Nicola Xx

*Disclaimer - This Nonabox was sent for the purpose of this review but all views and opinions are my own*



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