Fandom of the Month Club “Space” Review + Coupon
Fandom of the Month Club is a subscription box for accessory-loving fangirls (and fanboys)! Each month, this geek chic subscription box sends along jewelry and other treasures that fit a surprise theme.
I love that the box explains what fandom is!
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.)
About Fandom of the Month Club
The Subscription Box: Fandom of the Month Club
The Cost: $13/month + shipping. Save with longer prepaid subscriptions.
COUPON: Use code ADDICTION to get your first 3 months for $30 plus shipping!
The Products: 3-4 hand-picked fandom inspired jewelry items in a hand screen-printed bag, plus a custom magnet
Ships to: U.S. for $4.25, Canada for $8, everywhere else for $11.50
Fandom of the Month Club “Space” Review
This is the box for April, but shipped late due to manufacturer and supplier issues and delays:
This box’s theme is outer space! Inside the box is a pretty card displaying the theme for the month, and the flip side has all of the social media details for the Fandom of the Month Club.
The bag this month features the classic space travel line, “to infinity and beyond!” The base of the bag, as always, is a sturdy cotton, and the print is well-transferred and looks like it’ll last a long time. The pouch is full of <nerdy> treats – let’s dig in!
Stephen Hawking Quote Magnet
This 2” x 3” magnet displays a space background with a quote from the man himself, Stephen Hawking. I think this is a wonderful tribute to the amazing theoretical physicist, cosmologist, and author who passed away in March of 2018.
This bracelet measures 6.5” across and around ½” wide, in order to fit my wrist (about 6.5″) I had to adjust it by squeezing the metal to reshape it a bit, so I believe it would fit most larger wrist sizes. I like the plain design and subtly etched constellations, it’s an understated nod to space for a low-key enthusiast.
These small studs feature green, three-eyed aliens. They’re under ½” inch in diameter, and kind of look like small crowns to me. If aliens aren’t your thing I think these could quickly be a DIY craft to become adorable little crown earrings if that’s more your speed. Another use for these earrings could be to stab pin style onto a bookbag or jacket, to use as an embellishment.
Ah, E.T. I’m going to go out on a limb and say that all children of the 80s (like yours truly) have childhood memories of E.T. – perhaps watching the movie in the theatre, reenacting scenes with your friends, imagining that you were lucky enough to have an alien buddy who you could teach to “phone home”…. Ahh, memories. This ring is a nod to the movie, featuring the iconic flying bicycle image of ET and his buddy Elliott flying across the night sky. This ring is adjustable and will fit most adult fingers.
Space Charm Necklace
This brass necklace is 24” long and features 7 charms, all fitting the space theme. Some are glass planets (including earth) while others are more general space things (like a rocket blasting off and what I believe to be the millennium falcon). My 3-year-old son has already claimed this piece, he thinks it’s pretty awesome and has now asked me for a small rocket ship for Christmas that he can “blast off” and “zoom”!
Verdict: This was a fun and unexpected Fandom of the Month Club assortment this month. I loved the space theme and the fact that it played on different space movies/memorabilia and wasn’t “just another” Star Wars box. I think the value is there, you get a lot of stuff for your $13 + $4.25 shipping!
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, boxes are currently sold out. Sign up for the waitlist though and be notified of their next installment!
Value Breakdown: This box cost me $13.00 + $3.75 shipping, which means that each of the 6 items in the box has an average cost of $2.79. I think that’s more than reasonable, and that this box is a great value and fun treat for fans of fandom!
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What do you think of this month’s Fandom of the Month Club goodies?