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Kub Klub Subscription Box Review – July 2016

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Kub Klub is a monthly subscription box that sends items for babies and toddlers, from ages 0-3 years old.


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This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

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The Subscription Box: Kub Klub

The Cost: $37/monthly + free shipping, plus discounts available for longer subscription commitments (their 12-month plan equals out to $27/month).

COUPON: Use code KUB10 to save 10% off any subscription!

The Products: Full size and sample products for ages 0-3, with at least $45 in value guaranteed each box. Items include toys, teethers, books, snacks, mealtime accessories, bath products, bottles/cups, and more.

Ships to: US (for free) & Canada (for $10)

Check out the Babies + Parents Subscription Box Directory and make sure to add Kub Klub to your subscription list or wishlist!

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Each box has their info booklet attached to the inside of the lid, with an item list and details about the products.

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AniBowls, Penguins – value: $9.99

These bowls are biodegradable, dishwasher and microwave safe, free of gross chemicals, and cute, too! I got a set of penguins.

Amara Oats n’ Berries Organic Dried Baby Food – 5 pouch box, value: $11.99

These pouches of dried baby food are made with a process that utilizes pressure and cold. Since there’s no heat in the process, nutrients and vitamins stay intact. I love that! I also love that there’s nothing added – no sugar, salt, or anything. To mix these up, you just add breast milk, formula, or water. I can also see why these would be convenient for travel and such!

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Here’s a better look at the little penguin bowls!

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Hape Zoo Wooden Book – value: $14.17

I have received a couple of these little wood Hape books in subscription boxes, so I’m happy to add another to my collection! This one is all about zoo animals. I like the little handle on the side and the fact that the wood pieces are sturdy enough for his teething/book-eating tendancies.

Feltman + Co Double Ring Teether – value: $14.99

I really love this teether. The little silicone beads are BPA-free and food-grade, and the rings are natural wood sealed with 100% beeswax. This teether is interesting for my son and easily gripped. Plus, it’s stylish.

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Here’s a peek at some pages of the book.

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And here’s my son loving the teether!

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NeatCheeks Stevia Flavored Face Wipes – value: $3.49

These face wipes are sweetened with natural stevia to help your kid cooperate better when you need to wipe their face. I don’t think my son’s problem with face wiping is that the thing I use to do it tastes bad, so I don’t know how much these will really help. But they’re definitely worth a try! They’re in a nice little travel pack, too, so they’re easy to toss in my diaper bag.

Pure Baby Toothbrush – value: $5.50

This toothbrush is dye-free, BPA-free, and the bristles are made with pure vegetable nylon. It’s cute and little. We have a toothbrush we like (from MAM), but it’s always great to have extras or swap out brushes regularly anyway.

Goddess Garden Organics Baby Sunscreen – sample

This sunscreen is an oil and made from things that are naturally sun resistant. No titanium dioxide! I love that I’ve found this. I like this option for my baby a lot.

Verdict: My first impressions of Kub Klub are really good! I loved opening this box, I love the products, and I made a couple great new product discoveries. The quality of all the items is fantastic as well. The value adds up to $60.13 which I’m definitely happy with!

What do you think about Kub Klub?

Written by Haley Faye

Haley Faye

Haley Faye first discovered Beauty Army and Birchbox in 2012 and instantly fell hard and fast for the world of subscription boxes. Over the years of writing for MSA she has found many subscriptions to fuel her addiction, but her favorites include fashion, geeky, beauty, and mom/baby boxes to share with her son.
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. This looks like a great box, and I want the penguin bowls so badly!

    My whole family has been using the original Radius brush for years and we love them. The big brush head cleans really well once you get used to it and you only have to replace it every nine months. I agree that the baby one is adorable haha.

  2. Finally! An alternative to the ultra-sketchy Bluum. I really do miss Citrus Lane, but Kub Klub might be a good choice for me. Do they let you customize by age? How about for gender?

    • Jessvii – Yes! I’ll be sure to clarify that in my next review. They let you pick boy, girl, or neutral gender boxes, and when you sign up you input your kid’s age so they can pick appropriate things. =]

    • Have you heard of babyguybox? It’s my favorite, much better than Bluum in my opinion!

  3. Such a styling little guy. I love his outfit!

    • Oh, thanks, Amanda! 😀

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