Student Velocity is a Canadian student subscription box delivering healthy/delicious snacks, fun toys to your dorm, apartment, or home! The aim of Student Velocity is to provide practical items and healthy snacks to university and college student as a way to enhance their student experience. Each box is curated around a specific theme.
Cost: $20/month (Hatchling – 2 snack items and between 2-4 lifestyle items) or $30/month (Raptor 3 snack items and between 3-5 lifestyle items)
Shipping: Canada only.
Coupon Code: ENJOY10 – Save 10% off your first box.
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This is the Hatchling Box:
This month’s theme is “Share The Love”. With Valentine's Day approaching, this box is all about sharing.
U-RAAW! Energy Bars
These are custom-made energy bars in mystery flavours. One is for you and one is to share with a friend. U-RAAW! is a Canadian company that make custom energy bars, cereals, trail mix, and smoothie mixes just for you. You can also name your creations anything you want.
Brookside Chocolate-Covered Snacks
These yummy treats have soft fruit flavoured centres covered in smooth dark chocolate. My boys got to enjoy these!
I use these all the time, so I'm always happy to have more! They're so handy to write quick notes, I'm sure all students need these! This pack has 3 colours - red, yellow, and purple.
Tetris Card Game
This is a card game version of the classic Tetris video game. I've never seen this card game before, but it looks like a fun way to pass the time with friends.
Chocolate Hearts & Card & Stamped Envelope
A little bonus treat of chocolate hearts. This card is ready for you to send a message to friends or family. They've already put a stamp on the envelope for you, so you can just pop it in the mail.
Also included is a "no-bake" microwave recipe for oatmeal cookies.
I liked the theme of this month's Student Velocity. This box had more edible things than anything which I don't mind. The Post-Its are useful and the Valentine's Day card and recipe were a nice touch. Maybe it's because I usually review the Raptor Box, but I felt like this box needed something else. Still a very good box though for any student!
What do you think of Student Velocity?