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Birchbox Man Limited Edition Box Review – Off The Clock

Every once in a while, Birchbox Man will offer a Limited Edition collection for purchase. These boxes tend to lean towards high-end items and full-size self-care products. The first Limited Edition box for 2018 was the ‘Off The Clock’ box.

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About Birchbox Man ‘Off The Clock’

The Box: Birchbox Man Limited Edition: Off the Clock Box

The Cost: $55

And don’t forget your free mystery sample pack on orders of $35 or more!

The Products:

  • Marlowe No. 003 Sensitive Skin Body Lotion – Full-Size
  • PLANT Body Wash – Calm Down – Full-Size
  • Anthony Deep Pore Cleansing Clay – Full-Size
  • Level Naturals Eucalyptus + Lime Bath Bombs – 2 Bath Bombs
  • Lucky Bastard Gentlemens Lip Balm – The Tube – Full-Size
  • Lucky Bastard The Cabin Candle – Full-Size
  • Bombas Merino Wool Socks – 1 Pair

Limited Edition Birchbox Man ‘Off The Clock’ Review

This Limited Edition box featured 7 items ranging from lifestyle to self-care items.

Like all Birchbox shipments, you’ll get an information card that details each item in your box.

Lucky Bastard Cabin Candle – Value $35

One of the big-ticket lifestyle items was a cabin candle from Lucky Bastard.

It has that nice pine needle scent – very cabin-y indeed – and features a wooden wick, so you’ll be getting those crackles and pops of a fireplace, too!

Even better, once you burn this down, the glass was designed to double as a whiskey glass.

Bombas Merino Wool Socks – Value $18

If you are familiar with Bombas, you’ll know that they have a few unique bits about their socks to make the perfect fit.

The part I like the most about the socks are the honeycomb design on your foot – it has a nice compression feel to it which used to cause me a bit of foot pain, but doesn’t anymore – yes! Even better, this is the first pair I’ve tried that are wool. They’re very comfortable and warm.

Marlowe 003 Body Lotion – Value $8.99

The first self-care item is a simple and basic moisturizing lotion from Marlowe. It’s fragrance-free, which I appreciate, and didn’t leave any type of residue after applying it and rubbing it in. Those are about all of the check marks I look for in a lotion!

PLANT Apothecary Calm Down Body Wash – Value $20 (based on the ‘Wake Up’ version)

My absolute favorite item in the box was this lavender/ginger body wash. To me, it’s almost got a gin & tonic scent – which is a favorite of mine, so that was a welcome surprise. I’ve been using this the past few days and I’m a fan!

Anthony Deep Pore Cleansing Clay – Value $24

This is a clay face mask formula to help fight oily skin. As an owner of an oily face, I gave this a shot over the past few days – it seems like it’s been working pretty well – my face definitely feels less oily lately.

Level Naturals Eucalyptus + Lime Bath Bombs – Value $5.50 for two

I gave this bath bomb a try over the past few days as well. Pop this into a warm bath and let it go to work – it creates a bit of a fizz while it’s dissolving and leaves you with a pleasant and calming aroma.

Lucky Bastard Gentlemen’s Lip Balm – Value $8

The final item is a lip balm for (hopefully) the last hurrah of cold days. This is infused with natural oils to help moisturize and protect – even SPF protection.

Verdict: My values add up to about $120 in value – slightly off from the $125 they mention on the page, but still fantastic for the $55 price. I thought all of the items in the collection went nicely together – I got that ‘off the clock’, time to relax vibe for the selections.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box? Yes. It’s still available for purchase!

COUPON – Use one of the Gift with Purchase coupons to get a free gift with your box! And don’t forget your free mystery sample pack on orders of $35 or more!

Check out all of my Birchbox Man reviews to get more information on this subscription. Check out all of our Men’s Lifestyle Subscription Boxes in the Subscription Box List. Rate, review, and follow this subscription on the Birchbox Man profile page.

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Written by Eric Cadman

Eric Cadman

Eric is the co-founder of My Subscription Addiction. He’s been hooked on geek subscription boxes since 2012 thanks to Loot Crate and Nerd Block. Geek boxes sparked his desire for collecting Funko Pops and comic book statues!

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Comments (5)

  1. Oh Eric! Now I have to buy this for my husband. I love that the candle vessel becomes a whiskey glass.
    This is a much n yet vakue than the recent women’s boxes for sure

  2. Bath bombs for men? I know of no man who takes baths.

    • 👋I totally do!

      • So do I. My husband, who is retired from the military, takes baths. A few years ago he had a lung infection that landed him in the hospital and of course it was also in the middle of winter in New England. I got him to take hot baths with bath bombs made with mint or eucalyptus. Helped him so much. Now every winter he takes a lot of baths because they help his lungs plus it relaxes him. I always remind him of the Friends episode when Monica shows Chandler how to take a real bath, lol.
        I will be resubscribing to bb man after our move. Thanks for the review.

  3. Much more valuable than the recent women’s boxes, IMO. More items that I would use at any rate, if I were their targeted demographic. I wish they had a bath focused box for women instead of some questionable shade of lipstick mixed with “meh” or kitschy home items.

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