What’s inside the Nomadik adventure subscription box for June 2018.
Considering getting a Nomadik subscription or giving one as a gift? Here’s a rundown of what this month’s box offers.
Disclaimer: Nomadik provided a complimentary box for review, but did not provide compensation or exercise control over the content of this post.
Inside the Box
|LuminAID Packlite Halo||Inflatable solar lantern that is dustproof, waterproof and floats. 50 lumens.||$20|
|Richer Poorer Rambler Socks||Midweight everyday crew socks with extra arch support and low profile seams.||$14|
|Light My Fire Sporks||Four pack of the original Sporks – spoon/fork combo with a serrated cutting edge. Lightweight and heat resistant.||$10|
|Nite Ize S-Biner||Two pack key ring S-clips featuring a center twist-lock to lock or unlock it.||$5|
Total Value: $49
This month’s box featured a nifty inflatable solar light from LuminAID. Strap it to a pack or kayak and it soaks up the sun while you play, fully charging in about 8 hours. Inflate with a few puffs and it gives off a warm glow around camp for several hours on the brightest setting or up to 24 hrs on the lowest setting. Lightweight, waterproof, and floats up to 1 meter.
Bonus use: We’ve been using it on our deck at night for some nice ambient light. I set it in the sun all day and it will glow most the evening hanging out.
There’s also a 4-pack of the original Light My Fire Sporks which are really lightweight but strong spoon-fork-knife combo utensils, and a 2-pack of Nite Ize S-biner mini clips which feature a locking mechanism to keep keys and such secure.
Tom wandered by the Nomadik box on my desk, noticed the socks were for men and plucked them out – “hey I get to test something!”. Neither of us was familiar with Richer Poorer socks, but Tom likes them enough that he’d consider getting more. They’re comfortable and seem durable, and pretty nice looking.