Nehalel Shabbat Siddur | Review, Sale & Giveaway

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If you don’t have the Nevarech benscher, you’ve certainly seen it on a friend’s Shabbat table. You may not know it by name, but you know the one I mean. The one with all those gorgeous pictures?

The publishers of that ever-popular benscher have recently released their newest creation — a similarly styled Shabbat siddur called Nehalel Be Shabbat.

When the publishers sent me an advance copy for review, my husband immediately scooped it up and “offered” to do the review. (In which “offered” equals stated as unequivocal fact.)

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So, without further adieu, here’s what my husband had to say:

This new siddur is fantastic. The pictures are beautiful and very inspiring. I actually like this far more than the benscher, which my wife always liked, but I found a bit over the top.

I really recommend reading the essays at the beginning of the siddur; I got a lot out of them. They helped to set the framework for using this siddur as part of your Shabbat davening.

The publishers obviously put a lot of thought into how to gain inspiration and connection in your davening; they recommend using the pictures as a guide to help you reach that — but caution that they are a means to an end, not an end to themselves.

I have discovered, after using the siddur for a couple of months, that it’s really best to use it occasionally – as a way to keep your davening fresh.

My only critique is that it doesn’t fit comfortably in my tallit bag and it’s a bit heavy – but those things aren’t a major deal-breaker, especially for all the plusses of this siddur.

I look forward to seeing what product they come out with next!

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As you can tell, the siddur was a resounding hit with my husband. And I can see it being a great addition to just about any family’s home. Think: Yom tov host or hostess gift!

It would also make a wonderful present for a Bar or Bat Mitzvah, or a child heading off to Israel for the year (or college).  Even for younger children, it’s a great gift. I know my “visual learner” loves snuggling up next to daddy for davening when he’s using this siddur.

Because I just knew you’d love it, I’ve partnered up with the fine people at Nehalel to offer an exclusive sale for KOAB readers:

When you click thru this link, you can get the new Nehalel Siddur for $25.95 (regularly $29.95) + $4.50 shipping & handling.

If you are in Israel, you can get your copy of Nehalel for just 98 NIS (regularly 129 NIS), which includes shipping. (Hey, it’s a better deal for my Israeli readers!)

You can also get a taste for this amazing siddur by downloading a free PDF of Kabbalat Shabbat HERE.

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And… in even more exciting news… one lucky KOAB reader will win a copy of the Nehalel Shabbat siddur as well! (If you win, by the way, and had already purchased a discounted copy, you’ll be refunded for your purchase price!)

Here’s how to enter the giveaway:

#1. Leave a comment on this post telling me why you’d like to win this siddur. This comment is required to be entered to win this giveaway.

For two additional entries, you may:

#2. Join the fun group of 6,000+ people who like Kosher on a Budget on Facebook. Then come back and leave a separate comment on this post telling me that you have done so. If you already like KOAB, thank you — just leave a comment to that effect.

#3. Subscribe to the Kosher on a Budget Newsletter for a once daily dose of the best deals, money-saving tips and more. Please leave a separate comment that you have subscribed (or were already a subscriber).

This giveaway is open to residents of the United States and Israel who are 18 or older. Entries will be accepted until Monday, September 2nd at 11:59 p.m. CST. The winner will be selected randomly and notified by email immediately. He or she will have 48 hours to respond. Good luck!

Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of Nehalel Be Shabbat to facilitate my review; the publishers will also provide the winner of this contest with his or her siddur. I was not compensated for hosting this giveaway nor for sharing my (positive) opinions. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC regulations. And also because I want you to know.

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  1. Mindy Berman says:

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  3. Love to be reminded of Hashem’s creations with visuals! Love the gorgeous bencher – the siddur would be put to good use!

  4. Irene Friedman says:

    I learn from each machzor or siddur I read. I have learned a great deal, enough to realize how much more there is for me to learn and understand.

  5. We have the nevarech bentcher, which we love. This looks really beautiful. very inspiring!

  6. I’m a subscriber, thanks!

  7. Shalom, I am going through conversion classes right now and have been overtaken by the Jewish culture. The presence of community and the indulgement in history has been sincerely moving. As a newcomer to KOAB and judaism I do not have a siddur, yet. I am a medical resident and basically taking in as much information as possible through my new Jewish friends and family. I would love the Nehalel Shabbat siddur to start and continue my life long journey of learning.

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  10. What a beautiful siddur. I would love to have that to help inspire me to daven more and teach my children.

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  13. Fresh out of the mikvah orthodox convert here and I always have my eyes open for resources to help me connect through prayers that are not in my mother tongue. This looks like just that kind of resource!

  14. I already try to just use different siddurim from time to time to improve my concentration – I love the way the pictures in the bencher add a new dimension to the process, I would love to see what they do in the siddur!

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  16. My husband and I used the Nevarech benscher for our wedding. He loves that the pictures are of Israel. I love how the pictures (and translations) beautifully illuminate the meaning. I would love to surprise him with the matching siddur.

  17. This siddur looks beautiful and I’d love to share it with my children to help them develop an appreciation for the words they say when they daven.

  18. Kate Friedman says:

    I’d love to use this siddur!

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  22. Id love to win this siddur, because my 11 year old son mentioned that with his significant reading challenges he finds davening really hard to do. He mentioned that he loses focus because the words are so hard for him to say. With this siddur the pictures are so thought provoking he can stay with the tefillah and think his own thoughts and ideas and prayers. Thanks for the opportunity

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  24. adinae1212 says:

    I would love this siddur. Its just looks so cool!

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  27. Wow, this Siddur might be the thing for me and my kids – looks gorgeous and accessible.

  28. Perfect present for my son!

  29. Looks like a great present for my mother-in-law!

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  31. Rachel Steinberg says:

    I would love to have this inspiring siddur b/c it’s beauty will help with my kavanah!

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  34. I would be so happy to win this siddur. I love KOAB and have learned so much from you already about saving money and budgeting too. Thank you for your inspiring site! Lisa

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  37. Anna Mueller says:

    I would love to win this siddur to bless a Jewish family this Rosh Hashana that has been such a blessing to me. :)

  38. Anna Mueller says:

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  40. It would be amazing if I got to win this siddur for the new year and have a new attitude towards davening when using it

  41. Carolyn kraus says:

    This is the most beautiful siddur I have ever seen. I am on my journey to more observance and would love to pray from it.

  42. I would like to receive this to give as a gift to dear family friends who are hosting us this chag.

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  45. This siddur looks like a great way to bring kavanah back into davening. From the sample pages, the pictures look inspiring.

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  47. We love the way the pictures in the bentcher matches the bentchers. can only imagine how fabulous it is with the siddur.

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  50. The Siddur looks inspirational… I’d love to share it with my kids.