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December 2015 Bulu Box Unboxing
As a person who engages in fitness activities regularly, I was interested in seeing what the Bulu Box would offer. Bulu Box specializes in supplements and healthy snacks, so it seemed like a good match. But was it?
The first item in the box was a packet of Dr. Price’s Immune Booster. I’ve taken similar products like Airborne and Smith Bros, so I’ll likely make use of this too. Anything that helps with immunity is much-appreciated! The estimated value of this packet is $0.75.
The second item was a sample of two Garcinia Cambogia pills. Honestly, I’m not big into Garcinia Cambogia - I’ve tried it before without results and I don’t have much confidence that it actually does anything. I won’t be using this product, but other box recipients might. The estimated value of the two pills is $0.60.
The third item was a bag with three dark chocolate Energems. I love dark chocolate, so I was happy with this item. I’m not sure if I’ll actually take it because I need to be careful about my caffeine consumption, but it looks like a cool item for anyone that likes chocolate and uses caffeine regularly. The estimated value of the three gems is $1.
The fourth item was a good ol’ Balance Bar! These bars are always nice to have around, so I think it was a good item to have in the box and it complemented the selection of supplements. The flavor sounds delicious too. The bar’s value is estimated at $2.50.
The fifth item was a bit of a mystery referred to as Pink Ice Energy energy crystals. At first I thought they would be crystals you dissolve in water like the Immune Booster packet, but after reading up on them, it sounds like you simply dump them into your mouth. Not only do the crystals give you energy, but they also freshen your breath. Like the Energems, they have caffeine, so I’m not sure I’ll use them personally; however, they sound like a cool item to try. The estimated value of a packet is $2.00.
The sixth and final item was a collection of two Teeccino tea bags. Teeccino tea bags are meant to mimic the taste of coffee without the caffeine, so they’re great for people trying to wean themselves off of a coffee addiction. I’m not big into coffee, so I’m not sure these will be as useful for me, but I might gift them to someone who enjoys the taste more. The estimate value of the two tea bags is $2.60.
Overall, the Bulu Box contained $9.45 worth of items. Considering the box costs $10 per month, the value of the items seems fair when accounting for shipping costs. If you’re looking for an even better deal, order your box with a coupon such as “MERRY3”, which will give you a 3-month plan for $15. Then, the boxes you receive will surely exceed the $5 you spend on each month.
Personally, I probably won’t get another Bulu Box. The main reason is because many of their items contained caffeine and I’m supposed to limit my caffeine consumption. However, if you don’t have the same type of limitation and you’re interested in trying new fitness supplements, you’ll likely find that Bulu Box is a good choice for you.
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary box for reviewing purposes.