Saturday, July 28, 2012

July Klutch Club Box

KLUTCHClub is a monthly subscription service for health & fitness.  KLUTCHClub ships their boxes out on the 15th of every month.  The boxes contains over $50 worth of products or services such as snacks, new workouts or body care regimens to try.  Currently Klutch Club contains products curated for woman but KLUTCHmen is coming in August.  You can sign up on their website to be notified of the launch.  I'm debating on signing up the boyfriend up for a box.  If I do I'll post a review here.  KLUTCHClub allows you to sign up monthly, quarterly or yearly.  The monthly price is $18 a month, quarterly is $51.00 or $17 a month and the yearly is $192 or $16 a month.  Shipping is included in all of these prices. 

The good:

Healthy: This box is totally dedicated to health and fitness. If you're just starting to get active this is a fun way to try new products or fitness regimens. 

Need a gift: Have a health nut friend or want to encourage someone? Send them a month, 3 month or yearly subscription.

Information: They send a little info card on the products included in the box. 


The not so good:

Skip a month: No skipping a month option. 



The box is about the size of a show box.  It has these cute little flaps on it and on the inside is a another box that pulls out. 



My tangible goodies! 



One additional awesome product (molecular gastronomy) and two coupons. 
Contents of box. 

3 Mighty Leaf Teas in green tea, earl grey and chamomile.  value =  $0.66/ea (15 pkt $9.95) - tea is always good and I like this brand.  

1st step liquid vitamin B12 complex.  value = $2.50 (2 pkt. $4.99) - this really does taste just like cherry juice.  I take B12 vitamins which is a tiny pill and while this was tastier it's a lot more expensive. 

1 package of The Breton Gourmet Shortbread cookie. value = $1.00 - very good shortbread cookie. 

7 packets of Truvia sweetener.  value = $0.08/ea

Pamphlet on Molecular Gastronomy with a packet of agar agar 1 pipette and a coupon for a free item with the purchase of a R-Evolution Kit.  value = $1.00

2 .7 oz packets of Zoye Soybean Oil. value = $0.14/ea

Nia Fitness coupons for 30-day online class experience, 40% off select products and $500 off 2012 Nia White Belt Training (cost is $1599). online class value = $30.00

Mineral Hygienics gift card for $15.00.  No purchase required. 

12 oz. can of Cascal Fermented Soda in tropical flavor. value = $1.50 - I really enjoyed this.  I expected a weird taste but really it tasted like fruity soda water to be.  


The total value of this box is $53.82.  I didn't include the coupons that include an extra purchase (the $500 off).  I was very happy to see an actual gift card for the mineral hygienics instead of a $15 off if you spend X amount.  The only downfall is you have to pay shipping which starts at around $5.00.  The other odd thing is the coupon says you can use it to get a mini starter kit which is a $79 value.  I looked online and the starter mini starter kits are $29.99 and the full kits are $$59.00.  So I'm not sure where the $79 is coming from.  I'm SUPER excited about the molecular gastronomy kit.  This is not something most people would get excited about though, I don't think.  I actually have some agar agar in my pantry that I've been wanting to use and the booklet has some terrific uses for it.  I just may buy one of the R-Evolution kits because I think molecular gastronomy is fascinating.  The Nia fitness thing looks interesting and I have exercise A.D.D.  I get super bored doing the same thing so these little one month trials are perfect for me.  I currently have a knee injury but I'm hoping to use these soon.  I very much like this box, much better than last months.

Verdict: Much better box this month.  I hope next months is just as interesting.    

I am an affiliate for KLUTCH Club.  This does not affect my opinions in any way.  I purchases these subscription boxes myself. 

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