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Hatch Jewelry Ambassador Subscription Review

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Hatch Jewelry Ambassador Subscription Review & Free Month Offer! Box

The Hatch Jewelry Ambassador program is a new jewelry rental/loan subscription service. Here is how it works:

  1. Create an account and add jewelry pieces you love to your wish list.
  2. Hatch will send you 2 of the pieces on your wishlist and one other item selected by a stylist (based on your wishlist taste).
  3. You can keep the pieces for as long as you want – send them back and get a new set. (Shipping and return shipping is free)
  4. The cost of this subscription is $19 a month. With that, every month you’ll get a $10 credit, and 20% off any jewelry you want to purchase.
  5. (And the first month is free!)

I hope that is clear enough!

Hatch Jewelry sent us this box for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

Hatch Jewelry Ambassador Subscription Review & Free Month Offer! Items

The Subscription Box: Hatch Jewelry Ambassador

The Cost: $19

The Products: A rental service providing approx $300+ worth of jewelry to try each month. (Comes with prepaid return mailer).

Ships to: US

Hatch Jewelry Ambassador Subscription Review & Free Month Offer! Info

The box comes with a card detailing how the rental service works.

Hatch Jewelry Ambassador Subscription Review & Free Month Offer! Price List

There is also a breakdown of the items selected for you and the cost to keep if you are interested. (Members get a 20% discount).

Hatch Jewelry Ambassador Subscription Review & Free Month Offer! Packaging

I love good packaging, so Hatch gets some points here!

Ok onto the jewelry:

Hatch Jewelry Ambassador Subscription Review & Free Month Offer! Bracelet

Noot Knot Bracelet – Value $115 Cost to Own: $92

Well, it is no surprise that I love this item – I picked it out! (I love all things gold and delicate).

Hatch Jewelry Ambassador Subscription Review & Free Month Offer! Necklace

Ashley Thorne Multi-hammered Bead Necklace – Value $78 Cost to Own: $62.40

Can you tell this is the other item from my wish list? 🙂 Now on to the surprise item that my stylist picked for me:

Hatch Jewelry Ambassador Subscription Review & Free Month Offer! Bracelet Blue

Jaclyn Meyer Gold & Blue Crosby Bracelet – Value $108 Cost to Own: $86.40

I like the mixed materials of this bracelet a lot. The gold pieces don’t have any flexibility, so the blue thread material lets it open for putting it on. I my stylist did a good job with this pieces – it is slightly more bold than the items I picked, but that’s a good thing!

Verdict: Rental subscriptions are always interesting to me. On one hand, it’s nice to have a never ending supply of new jewelry, on the other hand, you don’t get to keep anything if you cancel the subscription. I do really like that the monthly $19 cost comes with a built in $10 shop credit, so it really becomes $9 a month if you would buy a piece anyway.

What do you think of the Hatch Jewelry Ambassador subscription?

 

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

13 Comments

  1. It should be noted that they have just changed the free trial length to two weeks, so that your newly referred subscribers don’t get hit with a fee after the first two weeks, thinking it’s free. Just wanted to give a heads up!

  2. I received my box yesterday and the communication from this company is AMAZING!!! The jewelry is pretty modern but stylish. I got three lovely pieces. I would buy one of the necklaces but the chain is too short 🙁 I’m impressed!

  3. Signed up the other day and I’m really excited for it! The communication is amazing. I just dumped Wantables because of my experience so hopefully this will be a positive experience.

  4. I wonder how or if they clean the jewelry between renters. The metal pieces would be easy to clean but that first bracelet looks like it could potentially get dirty with wear.

  5. Do the $10 credits accumulate? Meaning, do I get $10 for the first box and if I don’t buy anything I lose it, or does it roll over to the next month and now i have $20 if I want to buy something?

    • Just checked their FAQ – the credit rolls over for up to 3 months.

  6. So how long do you get to “rent” these items for? I don’t buy a lot of jewerly myself because I don’t like to spend the money on it, but I do like the idea of a rotating supply of jewelry that way I can wear high quality items but not have to pay full price for it. So this kind of interesting to me…

    • It’s a month-to-month service, so you can keep your pieces for as long as you like, or send them back all the time for new pieces as long as you’re paying the $19 a month cost.

  7. It looks just like RocksBox. I love RocksBox, but I am interested in this subscription too.

  8. Rental boxes are stupid if the jewelry is that high and you don’t get to keep anything. The only one I like is Nadine West because it is FREE (as it should be for rental boxes), and if you DO want to buy something, the jewelry isn’t ever more than $20 – $30 dollars.

    • Nadine West is not a rental box. It is a random offering based on your preferences delayed payment box. True rental boxes buy things for you to use and return that wear out. They pay for the items, you pay for the ability to use them, and they replace them as often as you want. The fee is for the items themselves, and their maintenance; purchasing items is not required and secondary.

    • From my understanding of Nadine West, if you keep something for longer than a week they automatically charge you for that item, even if you don’t want it.

  9. Ooh, I love these types of boxes.. I may have to check it out, just signed up for RocksBox and love the pieces that I received. So, I’m debating on if I should try this one for a month! 🙂

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