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Breo Box Fall 2020 Spoiler #2 + Coupon!

We have the second spoiler for the Fall 2020 Breo Box!

Breo Box (regularly $159/quarter) is a quarterly lifestyle subscription box. Their box focuses on “health & fitness and everyday lifestyle essentials.” With every box, you’ll receive 6-9 essential products selected for the season.

Use promo code MSA for $15 off your first box when you sign up for a subscription! Or, use coupon code MSA to save $10 off a one-time gift purchase.

And here is the latest Fall 2020 box spoiler:

FRESHeTECH Light Therapy Lamp

From the National Institute of Health, “…the idea behind light therapy is to replace the diminished sunshine of the fall and winter months using daily exposure to bright, artificial light…”

So let’s brighten your days this Fall, with this sleek Light Therapy Lamp, featured in the Fall 2020 edition BREO BOX! Bring daylight indoors, with LED technology that offers full spectrum, 10,000 lux light, without the harmful UV rays!

Featuring a tablet design, the Light Therapy Lamp has 3 preset brightness settings, or simply hold the button for 2 seconds to set to a custom brightness.  Includes auto-shut off timer for 10 to 60 mins of use.

Slip it in a purse, suitcase, or keep on your desk, so it’s always within reach when you need to brighten your day

AND:

smart loq

This beautiful padlock is smart connected AND biometric capable — literally, you’re the key.  Get access to your lock with a quick scan of your fingerprint or a tap of the mobile app!

How it works:

  1. Download “Smart Life” App from the App Store or Google Play store (scan the QR code in the user manual)
  2. Pair your smart loq to your mobile device using the auto-scan feature, ensure that bluetooth is enabled on your mobile device
  3. Scan your fingerprint to the device and manage access for family/friends (can hold multiple fingerprints!)

What do you think of the spoilers? 

More on this box:

The Subscription Box: Breo Box

The Cost: $159/quarter

If you haven’t signed up for Breo Box yet, use promo code MSA for $15 off your first box!

The Products: Receive a box each quarter with 5-8 essential tech, home, and fitness products that are carefully curated to fit each season.

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Plus, check out the Limited Edition Anniversary Breo Box here or grab a Spring 2020 One-Time Purchase Box here.

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Posted in Breo Box Spoilers, Subscription Box Spoilers| Tags: breo box | 21 comments

Comments (21)

  1. I like the spoilers, but I’m afraid of a smart lock from an unknown brand. If it’s not great/tested quality and it craps out and my stuff is then stuck locked, it would be a real pain to find some bolt cutters somewhere. lol

  2. Labor Day special – $25 off fall box with code WORK.

  3. I’m feeling bad about this box.

    The light, I can’t find that brand but similar ones on poshmark and Amazon are $35 & $37 but I’m sure Breo will say theirs is worth a lot more. And I don’t need it because I have a $300 one (gifted to me) four times the size of this one.

    The lock I have no use for so I googled to price it for swapping and again, I can’t find the brand to give me the Retail value.

    I’ve been getting Breo since their 3rd box and the pattern I’ve noticed is: one really great item, a great item and then filler.

    If these two are the great and really great items, all I have to look forward to is filler….

    On a positive note for those considering, the light therapy does work for my Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Not sure of the efficacy of this particular lamp, but lamps do work for SAD in my experience. Though if you don’t need the lock and are short on funds, get a very similar one on Amazon for $37.

    • I’d love to swap for the lock. I will check if it’s listed yet

  4. Does anyone know what is the value of these 2 spoilers?

    • I’m wondering that myself. I tried googling the lock (“smart loq” is what I googled because that’s what MSA called it) and I couldn’t find ANYTHING.

  5. This box always has things in it that I didn’t know I needed until I read MSA.

  6. I don’t really need these items. 🙁 I already subscribed, so I hope the other items are better. I was hoping the Fall box would be good like the previous Fall boxes. The light therapy lamp looks cheap. I see other versions out there that looks better in quality.

  7. Hello!
    So is the artificial light different than a regular lamp?
    I’m interested in it just wasn’t sure if there is a huge difference or if anyone had used it do you like it better than a desk lamp?

    Thank you!!

    • I would not recommend the therapy light as a regular desk lamp. It’s not recommended for over an hour per sitting and does not produce what I’d call task lighting as it’s meant to help combat Seasonal Affective Disorder. That said, my partner found it helpful when moving from the constant sunshine that is FL to WA state’s winter season.

  8. hmmmm…. As someone who just bought a little cheap happy light from Amazon, this is tempting…

  9. I bought a blue light when I worked in a windowless inner office. I hated coming into the office in the dark and then leaving in the evenings in the dark. The blue light was small and expensive but it really did help in the winter. Now I WFH full time with my office facing a window so this isn’t something I need but I think it’s a great addition to the box and I’m sure it will swap quickly.

  10. I live about close to Eugene Oregon, and I get it. Seasonal affective disorder is the pitts, especially after the excitement of the holidays. Nothing but weeks of dreary, dark days to look forward to before spring. I don’t subscribe to this box, but this is one the few spoilers that make me want to. 👍

    • Do you like it there? Would you advise someone to move there? Is there a different city you think would be better? We were looking at Salem but there’s nothing tying us to any area and I’ve never even been to OR.

  11. I know I should cancel because this is the absolute last thing I need. I suffer from depression already I live in a place where it is extremely sunny all the time but I’ve always loved the idea of living somewhere more dreary and will be possibly moving to Oregon in the next year. I can’t bring myself to cancel though so I hope the rest of the spoilers are amazing.

    • Same!

  12. I canceled my sub after the last box but I actually like these spoilers a lot. I purchased a similar light for my son who’s heading off the Oregon for college. It was highly recommended by other parents due to the long dreary winters in Eugene. I’m sure we all could use a “happy” light these days.

    • Yep, I got one after my first winter in OR, and it makes a huge difference!

  13. I don’t get it…

    • Hi Kay! Do you mean you don’t get what the light is for? Light therapy is a way to treat seasonal affective disorder (SAD) and certain other conditions by exposure to artificial light. SAD is a type of depression that occurs at a certain time each year, usually in the fall or winter.

      During light therapy, you sit or work near a device called a light therapy box. The box gives off bright light that mimics natural outdoor light.

      Light therapy is thought to affect brain chemicals linked to mood and sleep, easing SAD symptoms. Using a light therapy box may also help with other types of depression, sleep disorders and other conditions. Light therapy is also known as bright light therapy or phototherapy.

      A lot of people find this helpful. Hope this helps to explain. Thanks!

      • thanks for your explanation 👍

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