BuddhiBox Jewelry Subscription Box Review + Coupon- Feb 2016
BuddhiBox recently started a quarterly jewelry box subscription in addition to their regular yoga-lifestyle subscription. I have been a subscriber to BuddhiBox for several months now, and I’ve always really liked their jewelry selections!
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box:BuddhiBox Jewelry
The Cost: $49.95 per quarter with free shipping
COUPON: Save 10% off your first box with coupon code buddhiaddiction!
The Products: 2-3 jewelry pieces from a different designer each quarter intended to help you with your practice of yoga / mindfulness
Ships To: US and Canada
Good to Know: Boxes ship the 10th of February, May, August, and November, but whenever you sign up you will likely receive the current box even if it past the shipment date.
I love BuddhiBox’s new little inner bag packaging! These pouches could come in handy for lots of different things.
This is the info card that came this month, detailing the items inside. This month’s designer is Hot Chakras Yoga.
Howlite Bracelet with Buddha Charm – Value $23
Howlite Mala with Tassel – Value $55
This mala is beautiful, too. Both pieces were selected with red in honor of Valentine’s Day. Howlite is supposed to be calming and good for insomnia. I’m going to try putting it under my pillow for luck!
Printed Scarf – Value $30
This scarf is super soft and lightweight. It’s also huge! This could easily be worn as a sarong when the weather heats up. I love it! The sent some subscribers the purple one, though, so I’m a little jealous.
Verdict: This is the fourth box from BuddhiBox Jewelry, and they seem to be getting better every time! I have been vigilant about meditation for a long time now, and new malas always help me stay motivated. It’s fun to switch up my practice or mantra when I start using a new one. The value this month is about $108, which is more than double the cost of the box! That’s fantastic!
What do you think of BuddhiBox’s Jewelry offering?