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Tennis Trunk Subscription Box Review + Coupon – June 2016

Shawn Brossart
ByShawn BrossartJun 6, 2016 | 4 comments


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Tennis Trunk is a monthly subscription with that provides tennis equipment to your door – you choose whether you need tennis balls only or let them bring you a variety of equipment linked to a theme monthly. 

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)


The Subscription Box: Tennis Trunk

The Cost: Full-box options:  the month to month plan is $34.99, the three month prepay plan is $33.99 ($101.97), and the six month prepay plan is $32.99 ($197.97).  Shipping is included. 

Tennis balls only options:  3 cans per month for $10.50 plus shipping, 6 cans per month for $21.00 plus shipping, or 9 cans per month for $31.50 plus shipping. 

COUPON: Use code MSA05 to save $5 off your first box!

The Products: “Every tennis trunk will contain your choice of 2 cans of premium tennis balls, and the rest of the box will be other products designed to better your game.”  You can choose “full-box delivery plans recurring every one, three or six months, or get fresh new balls in the mail with three, six, or nine cans delivered...” 

Ships to:  US only. Shipping is free the tennis balls and more box.  If you choose to get tennis balls only, there is a charge for shipping.  The box arrives on the 1st of each month. 

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This review is for the Ladies Balls and More Tennis Trunk.  When you sign up for the Tennis Trunk you must choose from the following options for your box:

Box Type:  Men’s Balls and More, Ladies Balls and More, 3 cans of tennis balls, 6 cans of tennis balls, or 9 cans of tennis balls

Balls:  Wilson US Open Extra Duty (hard courts), Wilson US Open Regular Duty (clay courts), Pro Penn Marathon Extra Duty (hard courts), or Pro Penn Marathon Regular Duty (clay courts)

Grip:  Tourna Grip or Wilson Overgrip

If you choose the full-box option, you then choose your payment plan as either month to month plan ($34.99), the three month prepay plan ($101.97 which is $33.99 for each box), or the six month prepay plan ($197.97 which is $32.99 each box). 

If you choose the tennis balls only options, then the cost is $10.50 monthly for three cans of tennis balls, $21.00 for six cans of tennis balls, or $31.50 for nine cans of balls.  This is an auto-renewing monthly shipment and shipping is added to the tennis balls only options. 




Tennis Trunk sent this pamphlet along with the box.  This month’s theme is “keep cool” so Tennis Trunk included information on the signs and symptoms of heat related illnesses (ever had heat stroke? It’s terrible!), guidelines for keeping cool on the courts, and steps to keeping yourself cool.  The last page of the pamphlet provides subscribers with information on the items in the box. 



Diadem Performance Strings Solstice Pro 16L - $13.95

I don’t know a lot about different string brands but I read an article recently that said string technology is improving and Diadem was one of the companies discussed in the article.  The Diadem website says the following about these strings,” This firm and comfortable co-poly comes with a super spin-friendly shape. Ideal for players who like to attack the ball without fear of overhitting. This 16L version is great for those who want a boost in spin and feel.”

I’m so excited to get my racket restrung.  We are recreational players without access to courts in the winter so we’re not great at taking care of our rackets.  These strings provide incentive for us to get some long overdue maintenance done. 




frogg toggs Cooling Chilly Pad - $12.95

This is super cool (ha!). You run warm water over the towel and use it when exercising outdoors to keep you cool.  The material is soft but also kind of rubbery feeling – very different.  When the towel is exposed to air, the water evaporates, and the towel feels cool.  It really works! 

The towel can be washed by hand or on a gentle cycle when dirty and then stored back in the case it came with.  It is also completely organic and recyclable which is hard to believe after you touch it.  I looked online to see what other people thought of this product and it generally has great reviews.



Evian Brumisateur Facial Spray 1.7 oz. - $7.50

This stuff is all the rage in the cosmetic industry.  Women love it to keep their faces hydrated and cool, especially in the summer.  I’m guessing Tennis Trunk included this product because it also removed perspiration and relieves dry skin.  Evian’s website says this product “Effectively helps replaces facial moisture lost from active sports and drying sun.



Mobius Breakfast Drink Mix- Dark Chocolate - $5.00

No link is included here as I can’t find this product for sale anywhere.  I see there were funds raised here but I’m not sure what happened to the product.  Anyway, this drink has a powdered coconut milk base, 20 grams of protein, 100 mg of caffeine, vitamins, and nootropics.  What are nootropics, you ask?  Nootropics are a blend of herbs and amino acids that are supposed to give energy, increase focus, and decrease stress.  Here is what I can say about this product- the flavor is good and it kept me satisfied through an hour long (almost 700 calorie expending) workout.



Pro Penn Marathon Extra Duty Felt - $7.00 (2 cans)

We only play on hard surface courts so I’m very happy to receive these balls.  My ball collection is building up with this subscription.  I couldn’t be happier!

Verdict:  I think Tennis Trunk is a great subscription for tennis players!  I’m a recreational player and I’ve been very happy with the products I’ve received the last two months.  Right now I’m trying to build my tennis ball collection to fill my hopper so getting tennis balls plus some other goodies on a monthly basis is great! The value is good too for a specialty box like this one.  This month subscribers receive $46.40 worth of products for a price of $34.99 (or less for prepaid options.) 

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"Tennis Trunk aims to provide tennis players with essential equipment they need to keep practicing on their forehands, backhands, volleys and everything in between. In fact, they'll deliver equipment you can use on the courts every month, right to your door. Their team scours the country every mon... read more.
Shawn Brossart
Shawn Brossart
Shawn is a recent subscription box addict but when she fell, she fell hard. She can’t resist a bargain so she receives all kinds of boxes. Her current favorites are natural, holistic, and health and fitness related.

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What an awesome box for tennis people- I would totally get this for my best friend of she was still into tennis.

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It really is fun and we only play in the summer – still worth it!

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http://www.mobiusbreakfast.com/ is the link for the shake.
Seems like a newer product. I think I saw something on FB awhile back that they were trying to pitch to get onto Shark Tank.

The froggy towel looks great. May try to buy that away from the box. Most of the places that I play tennis provide the balls.

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Thanks for the link!

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