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FREE Squix Trial Box Review – October 2016

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Squix QBox is a relatively new subscription box. Each month they send you germ-fighting products customized to your preferences. (You get to pick 2 of the 3 items and make changes if you want to before the box ships). You can also change frequency or skip any month you aren’t interested in.

This free trial box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

The Subscription Box: Squix QBox

The Cost: $14.98 + $4.95 shipping

COUPON: For a limited time, use coupon code MSAFree to get your first SQUIX Trial box pictured above for only $.01 plus get a free $5 Q Cash card!

The Products: Three full-size products, 2 of which you can customize every month, plus a free gift.

Ships to: US

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Full Details: By ordering the trial QBox, you will be enrolled in our QBox subscription. Approximately 7 days after receiving your QBox trial your first month’s full-size QBox will ship. You will get an email letting you know it’s time to review your order and make any changes 3 days before the QBox order is processed. You can pause or cancel your subscription anytime. One trial QBox per household.

Here are the items in the box:

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Clean Automotive Cleaning Wipes – Value $2

These wipes are the type of product I don’t think to buy, but desperately need, so I’m thrilled that Squix often includes them! (If you’re like me, and always immediately feel the need to wash your hands after pumping gas, you’ll probably also appreciate these wipes!)

I also was pleasantly surprised by the Hawaiian Sunrise scent of these wipes – very beachy!

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IKlear Antimicrobial Microfiber Cloth (Travel Size) – Value $2?

These cloths are always so useful for my phone, iPad, laptop, etc. And you can use this on its own or pair it with this spray:

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CleanSmart Disinfectant Spray – 2 oz Value $4

This spray kills 99% of germs, and unlike other disinfectants, you don’t have to rinse or wipe up after you spray it. I just used this on my keyboard with the wipe, and it worked great – plus no sticky residue either!

And here are the two bonus items that came with this free trial:

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Eat Cleaner Fruit + Vegetable Wipe – Bonus Item

I’m going to have to buy more of these for travel and to keep in my purse. So smart!

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Jo-Sha Peppermint Wipe – Bonus Item

I’ve sampled these wipes before and they smell fantastic. This one is made with peppermint essential oil and they work well as hand wipes or for wiping down yoga mats, etc.

Verdict: I think this free trial is a great way to sample some of Squix’s main brands and products. (Plus a free is always good, right?) Plus, you’ll get full-size items of your choice with the regular subscription.

And remember if you sign up for this free trial deal, here are the full details:

By ordering the trial QBox, you will be enrolled in our QBox subscription. Approximately 7 days after receiving your QBox trial your first month’s full-size QBox will ship. You will get an email letting you know it’s time to review your order and make any changes 3 days before the QBox order is processed. You can pause or cancel your subscription anytime. One trial QBox per household.

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

7 Comments

  1. Horrible customer service. Don’t subscribe. You have to cancel by phone and they are rude. I had to cancel 3 times for them to actually cancel it. They are extremely rude.

  2. I got this free trial and was able to unsubscribe before being billed for an actual subscription. A few days after my trial had actually arrived, I got an email about choosing items for my box. From there, I chose to change the shipping date to much later, because cancelling has to be by phone. I do want to emphasize that, you have to *call* before 5 pm cst to cancel. They didn’t at all hassle me about canceling and it was an overall fairly painless and quick process. But I felt it’s important to note first for the time zone, and second because I hate phone calls.

    ps sorry if this is a duplicate post. I tried posting from my phone, but I’m not sure if I actually succeeded

  3. Is there anyone that actually is subscribed to this box that can share a little more on the value of it? I got the free box when they first started which was a great box, and they offer great items, but it seems like there isn’t much value. The box I got definitely was worth less than the cost of the box plus shipping, but I know you can pick and choose what you include in your box so I wonder if that brings the value up?

    • I get the box delivered every 2 months and I customize it to what I need. I tend to get the antibacterial sprays so it makes it worthwhile money wise. Plus there is always at least one extra item they throw in. I’ve been very happy with it. Plus I see things on there that I would never think of and end up really finding useful.

  4. I’m confused. If you do the trial box, you can’t unsubscribe before getting billed for a regular subscription?

    • My understanding is that you will be auto-enrolled in the subscription, but you can cancel before you are billed for the subscription. I’ll double check and confirm.

      • Thanks for confirming, Liz! Their phrasing is a little ambiguous so I thought I’d ask 🙂

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