Hammock Pack Subscription Box Review – July 2014

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Hammock Pack Subscription Box Review – July

Hammock Pack is a monthly mini vacation-in-a-box subscription. Each month they send you full-size items from a different location or themed vacation like “beach house.”

Hammock Pack Subscription Box Review – July 2014 Items

The Subscription Box: Hammock Pack

The Cost: $25 a month plus $5 shipping

The Products: Every month, you’ll receive a surprise pack filled with everything you need to take a much-needed getaway without even leaving your home.

Ships to: US

Check out all of my Hammock Pack reviews and the Vacation Subscription Box Directory!

Hammock Pack Subscription Box Review – July 2014 Card

Each box comes with a letter from Hammock Pack letting you know what your destination is for the month. This month’s box destination is Brooklyn – Hammock Pack’s home town!

Hammock Pack Subscription Box Review – July 2014 Info

(The card also includes details on each product included).

Hammock Pack Subscription Box Review – July 2014 Baggu

Baggu 3D Zip Bag – Value $8

Soap Walla Eucalyptus Soap Bar – Value $10

I pretty much love everything Baggu, but I haven’t tried their pouches yet, so I’m thrilled about this little zip bag! The Soap Walla brand is new to me, and I’m already excited about trying more products from their line – all their products are vegan and made with natural and organic ingredients!

Hammock Pack Subscription Box Review – July 2014 Cookies

Whimsy & Spice Honey Lavender Shortbread Cookies – Value $8.50

Hartland Brooklyn Treat Pack Tattoos – Value $5

These cookies look amazing (I love that they sent a full dozen!). I won’t be using these tattoos, but I think they’ll make a nice addition to the toys I’m putting together for my cousin.

Hammock Pack Subscription Box Review – July 2014 Edible

Edible Brooklyn Magazine Summer Issue – Value $5

I love reading magazines that I wouldn’t find at a local newsstand or in my mailbox, so this is great!

Verdict: I paid $30 for this box and received about $36.50 worth of items. This box isn’t about retail value to me so much as it is about curation and discovering new brands across the country – but I’m happy with the value too!

What do you think of the July Hammock Pack?

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!

Posted in Hammock Pack Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women| 8 comments


  1. Thanks for the feedback ladies! In future packs, is there something you would like to receive? Any suggestions would be great so I can send products you would love.

    • I personally love homemade bath products and soaps, candles, coffee, and treats and snacks that are new or hard to find! Anything for the home would be nice, too!

      • I agree with Ashley! I love bath products and things I can eat or smell. I love products I wouldn’t think to try or wouldn’t know about. I have become a huge fan of products Ive tried through hammock pack, so I definitely would like more boxes like that and no boxes like this one

  2. I hair tp say, I was super disappointed with this Box. Temporary tattoos? Am I a toddler? My 2yo loved them, but this Box is supposed to be for me! A magazine to somewhere I don’t live and don’t plan on visiting in the near future? K? What do I do with that? It didn’t have any recipes or anything so it went straight to the trash. That leaves a zipper pouch I could get at target, some cookies, and soap. The cookies were Ok, and the soap smells nice, but it wasnt enough to redeem this Box for me. I am considering cancelling, Im pretty pissed off, so if the next Box doesn’t wow me I am done.

    • Whoa, excuse the typos

    • yeah, everything you said!

  3. i’m happy about the cookies & soap, but i didn’t understand the zip bag or temporary tattoos. i won’t read the magazine. could have been better, but i liked it more than Tique Box, so i’ll see what next month brings! 🙂

  4. Just wanted to chime in to say soap walla makes an excellent natural deodorant, that worked really well for me. I bought it more than once from their etsy shop. Now I alternate between the soap walla and the thai crystal deodorant mist, which just seems like it shouldn’t work, but really helped my weird pregnancy b.o. go away. I feel like you were wondering about natural deodorants in another review and this box totally reminded me about their awesome one.

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