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Yogi Surprise September 2015 Box Spoilers!

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Yogi Surprise September 2015 Sneak Peek

We have spoilers for the upcoming Yogi Surprise September boxes! (Thanks Meg!)Yogi Surprise September 2015 Spoilers

The Lifestyle box will include a Gaiam Mat Sling, and the jewelry box will include the pictured elephant charm bracelet.

What do you think of the spoilers? If you haven’t signed up for Yogi Surprise yet, use coupon code BELOVE to save 20% off your 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!
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10 Comments

  1. I would rather see the values swapped on these boxes. The Yogi Surprise box is like $45 but a value of $70, and the jewelry box is $25 with a $120 value. I make jewelry and occasionally look at real stones, which can be very pricey, so I’m not sure why they would take such a profit loss on the jewelry box. Seems odd.

    • I think jewelry retail values are more marked up than other things in their boxes so that can account for the pricing differences. If they are having someone make the jewelry for them and they can buy the stones, etc., in bulk, their supplies are priced lower than if you bought these individually as well.

      • to ad to that … in different countries stones and labor are much cheaper then in the usa. So is fair trade value in those countries. So many boxes have plastic stones, that this is why the yogi surprise jewelry box is in my opinion the best value jewelry box as of now. Even though the bracelets seem to run large, the items are well made and the quality is great.

  2. Chavez for Charity has similar stone and silver charm (gold tone too) bracelets for only $9.99 and part of the sales goes to various charities – love her bracelets.

  3. Beautiful bracelet. I usually take off the charms and spacers though. They would get rusty when I hand washed clothes and washed dishes. Wish they would use silver to avoid rusting.

    • It rusts, that’s unfortunately. Agree with you, sterling silver aren’t very expensive, it would be great if it is silver instead. Also, I hope the bracelet won’t be so huge as it always had been.

      • I love that the bracelets are for average/medium sized wrists. The problem with making them smaller is that they cannot be restrung nicely for those who have medium sized bones, whereas if they are really too big, I can resize them down.

        It is a problem – if they are too small, many people can’t wear them either and nothing can be done about it. For once, I have found a box that actually sends out bracelets that aren’t made for 6 inch or smaller wrists. Also, men wear these bracelets too, so having a smaller wrist size would not work either.

        • I understand that making the bracelets smaller means not enough beads for people who would restring for larger wrists.

          However, it is really irritating to have every bracelet be too big — I don’t want to have to restring the bracelet every single month (even though I have a closet full of jewelry-making supplies). My wrists are only 5.5 inches around and that is when I am carrying somewhat more weight than usual (several months of not exercising or eating properly due to move-related stress).

          Maybe the answer is to let us specify wrist size in some sort of preferences screen. Since I am pretty sure all the pieces are custom, it wouldn’t hurt them. They don’t have to offer a ton of sizes, just maybe 2? Then more people would be satisfied.

          • I might add, if I am restringing, it is cheaper to simply buy the beads from elsewhere and make the bracelets myself…makes less of an incentive to subscribe.

          • I agree – I think they should have a few options on the jewelry box – bracelet size, earrings (pierced or non-pierced). Rings can be the adjustable type, I suppose. I would love to see earrings in this box!

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