First Impressions: Tespo Vitamin Dispenser

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Hey guys! Tespo sent me a vitamin dispenser for review.  I am unboxing it and trying it for the first time on my Youtube. The dispenser retails for about $99 on their site (check their site for coupons) https://gettespo.com

The women’s basics vitamin pod is $23 a month, and the women’s bariatrics basics pod is $43 a month. They also have pods for men, hair skin & nails, children, menopause, energy, sleep, and focus.

Keep in mind a bottle of bariatric vitamins (1 months supply) is typically $49. Do I think this product is intended to save people money? Not necessarily. If you’re on a super tight budget I don’t think this product is for you.

I think its primary purpose is to simplify the process of consuming vitamins, by allowing you to just take a swig of vitamins in liquid form versus chewing or swallowing large vitamin pills. The taste is quite pleasant and the aftertaste went away quickly.

I think it’s also a way to streamline your vitamins. As you see in the video I have bottles of vitamins everywhere in my tiny kitchen.  The Tespo dispenser includes storage and it’s admit, it looks pretty darn cool on my kitchen counter. So I can finally chuck out all those cluttery vitamin bottles and just use this.

This gadget is definitely more of want-item, not necessarily a MUST.  If you’re really struggling with cash I suggest you head down to Wal-Mart and buy yourself a bottle of Centrum.  However, if you’re slacking on your vitamins (and you know who you are), or have a serious aversion to taking pills then this is definitely a worthwhile investment in your health.  Along this journey I’ve learned that some investments in your health will pay back tenfold long-term. There is nothing scarier than getting your labs back and being low on a bunch of vitamins because you haven’t been compliant in taking your supplements. :/

Would I buy this for myself? Yes. Did I know about it before I was contacted by the company? Nope. I think the product is under-marketed to bariatric patients. I really wish my bariatric dietitian would’ve suggested something like this for me because I would’ve bought it in a heartbeat, knowing I HATE taking big pills.

I also see this being great for kids, because it lights up and spins which has the oooh-ahhh effect that the kiddos love. 🙂

Thanks again to Tespo for sending me this dispenser for my honest review.

Ease of Use: 5/5
Cool Factor: 5/5
Budget Friendly: 2/5
Taste: 4/5
Would I recommend buying it? Yes
Will I be buying the pods and using this regularly? Yes

Author: Rosemarie Fit

Hi! I'm Rosemarie and I am here to share my weight loss journey with the world. I had bariatric surgery in December of 2015 and decided to completely change my life and document my journey on Instagram (@Rosemarie_Fit). I also have alopecia and PCOS. My goal is to share my story with others, provide inspiration and support to others in the community, and help others become their best self.

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