I am here to bring you the Winter 2019 FabFitFun Men’s Box 3 review. It is the Winter 2019 FabFitFun for Him VIII Edition. When the Winter 2019 add-ons opened up, this was a purchase option for $49.99. That gave me the opportunity to get my husband another FabFitFun box of his own. His first was the Winter 2018/2019 Men’s Gift Box, which was the initial box. The second box came out in Summer 2019, and I purchased him that one as well. This is the their iteration, so he’s received all of them so far. If one he is not interested in ever pops up, I will not buy it. Yes, I show him the items before I purchase it, because he is really picky.
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FabFitFun For Him VIII Edition Overview (Winter 2019 Men’s Gift Box 3)
You cannot order the Men’s Box as a subscription (yet). From an account that is already subscribed, you can select it from the add-on shop (when it is available). I have yet to see this in the regular shop, because it likely sells out in add-ons. There are 7 items inside the FabFitFun For Him VIII Box making the cost of each item $7.14.
Everything comes on top of white crinkle cut paper wrapped in white tissue and sealed with a sticker. Unlike the regular boxes, there is no magazine.
A product card goes over all the items and options. It lists the cost for each item.
The back of the card has a note stating this is a limited-edition FabFitFun for Him box. All items are hand-picked by the Editors.
FabFitFun For Him VIII Edition Review (Winter 2019 Men’s Gift Box)
All 7 items in the FabFitFun Winter 2019 Men’s Box are static and known in advance, so there are no box variations. Everyone who ordered gets the same products.
The Malin + Goetz Peppermint Bar Soap retails for $16. My husband loves bar soaps and has enjoyed other products from this line. He also really enjoys peppermint in his products. Funny enough, I finished a Peppermint bottle of shampoo he abandoned from this brand, but I am sure he will finish the soap.
The Minor History Valet Keychain Vegetable Tanned Black retails for $35. My husband really loves his KeySmart, so he does not have any use for this. My eight and twelve-year-olds both liked it, but my eight-year-old was the ultimate victor on who received this. He loves it, so it is a definite win.
The Richer Poorer Paradiso Men’s Socks retail for $14. My husband usually lovess fun socks, and he already has experience with this brand. They are well-made socks that last a long time. Once they arrived, he admitted he did not like the pattern as much as he did when he briefly saw the picture online. These are a bit of a miss, but he says he will still use them.
The Gabba Goods Wireless Charging Pad retails for $39.99. My husband regularly uses a wireless charger, but he said this will be his permanent one for the kitchen. He cooks a lot and uses his phone in there for recipes. It is highly likely my son will steal this one once he gets his new phone for his next birthday. It requires an iPhone 7 or later model, which he does not have yet. What I like about this (and my husband’s other one) is it still charges my iPhone X even though I have two pop sockets on it. That means I could be the one who steals it. We’ll see.
The BLAQ Whitening Toothpaste retails for $19.90 (Amazon price may vary). My husband likes whitening toothpastes and has yet to try a charcoal toothpaste even though they have interested him. Funny enough, I alternate a different charcoal toothpaste with a fluoride toothpaste, because my teeth are too sensitive to use fluoride free charcoal toothpastes (like this one) too often. He really wanted to try this, so it was a selling point of the box.
The KNOT STANDARD Valet Tray retails for $50. He always likes stylish valet trays to catch his items all over the house. Because he hates putting things away, I appreciate the trays as well. It makes things look a little neater. This one is a lot bigger than I expected, so he already found a nice home for it on the entry table.
The Member’s Only Circular Cork Grooming Kit retails for $35. No matter how many pairs of nail clippers I buy, my oldest son manages to use them. My husband has lost several nail files. I’m sure those two items will come in handy.
He may even get some use out of the tweezers and scissors as well.
Was the FabFitFun For Him VIII Edition (Winter 2019 FabFitFun Men’s Gift Box 3) Worth It?
The FabFitFun for Him Winter 2019 Men’s Box has a $209.89 value. It is $0.05 under the FabFitFun estimate, because it was off on the toothpaste. That is a 76% savings for anyone who uses all the items. This brings the average value for the men’s boxes in 2019 to $218.66. Yes, that is a lot lower than the average for the regular boxes, but women’s beauty products are more expensive. Some call it the pink tax. My husband’s personal value is $174.89, because he did not keep the keychain. Because he gave it to our son in the same household, one could easily argue his personal value is higher. We have to pay for our son’s items anyway. He says this is the worst of the three boxes. Though he will get use out of six items, he could give or take everything but the soap and toothpaste. As those items are less than the cost of the box, he could have just as easily passed.
Winter 2019 FabFitFun Box
I’ve received my first box. My second and third boxes have not even shipped yet. I will post the article soon and update it each time a new box comes in.
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I'm Kimberly. Shopping is always more fun when I've found the best deal available, so I am always on the hunt. My father instilled that in me, and I love that I carry a piece of him. Sometimes, my husband and sons (12 and 7) let me shop for them, too. They do not use as many beauty products as I do. We can all benefit from nice products, even though their routine ends with moisturizer. That is when I can convince my 12-year-old to apply it.