Happy Rebel Box is a quarterly subscription box for the modern woman that prefers to express herself through alternative fashion choices. It’s a collection of polished, yet also edgy statement pieces from up-and-coming new designers, as well as well-known brands. Boxes will include distinctive hand-picked accessories, jewelry, household items, and more.
The curator letter describes Happy Rebel. Happy Rebel donates 10% of profits to carefully selected non-profit organization.
DEAL: Save $10 on your first box! Use coupon code HELLOSUB10.
This quarter non-profit is Shared Hope International.
The information card has items, descriptions, prices, and discounts listed. The fall theme is “Technology Rocks.”
Here are the items in the Happy Rebel Fall Box.
My eighteen-year-old son can’t wait to try out the BULLET Bluetooth Earpiece & Charging Capsule by Schatzii ($150.00). The tiny, comfortable earpiece can connect to any Bluetooth enabled device.
Our nine-year-old was hoping that the Phoozy™ Capsule Sleeve™ ($29.99) would fit his Nintendo 3DS. The Phoozy™ protects cell phones in harsh weather to -20 without affecting Bluetooth or cell phone signals.
I hope the pink color keeps the boys from stealing my Schatzii WALLY USB Wall Charger ($20.00) which will allow me to charge two devices and use a standard plug at the same time.
T (age 18) and I both want to keep the Clear Acyrlic Cord Stand ($18.00) to keep our cords from tangling!
The Hatton Henry Calf Hair Cord Keeper ($8.00) is handmade in Houston, Texas by a 4th generation leather worker. It’s not my style, but I can appreciate the craftmanship of handmade leather.
Happy Rebel continues to impress! I’m not as big as a fan of technology as my 18-year-old who loves the items in the box. The items flow well together. The total value came to $225.99 which is excellent for a technology-themed box. I can’t wait to see the Winter Spoiler!
What did you think of the fall Happy Rebel Box?