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Lovevery vs Competitors
Is the Lovevery subscription worth it?
Yes – shop it here! When comparing the cost of a Lovevery subscription to Amazon alternatives and self curating with other toy dupes, Lovevery typically comes in costing less, or about the same. I break this down in each individual review above.
However those self curated dupes are typically lesser quality compared to Lovevery who uses organic cottons, FSC sustainably harvested woods, soy inks, and food grade silicones.
Can you buy Lovevery toys without a subscription?
Yes, Lovevery offers a small collection of play things in their store front and through their Target line.
However the toys included in the play kits can only be found in the Loverly boxes.
Is Lovevery made in China?
Yes, Lovevery is made in China using the German toy company Hape's, factory in China.
However it's noteworthy that competitors like Monti Kids said their toys were made in Thailand, but I've received many toys from Monti Kids with a “made in China stamp” so I appreciate Lovevery's transparency on this (including a walkthrough of the factory here).
Additionally, their quality control and customer service is top notch AND they have put a ton of efforts in place to become a carbon neutral company.
Is Lovevery an American company?
Yes, Lovevery is an American company founded in Delaware in 2015 by Jessica Rolph and Roderick Morris.
How much does Lovevery cost?
Lovevery's subscription play kits cost between $80 to $120 per play kit. When you average that out per toy, it typically comes in between $8-20 per toy in each box.
Where does Lovevery ship?
Lovevery ships in the USA, UK, and some of the EU including Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain.
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