Kub Klub Subscription Box Review + Coupon – October 2016
Kub Klub is a monthly subscription box that sends items for babies and toddlers, from ages 0-3 years old.
Your box is customized according to your child’s age, which is asked when you sign up.
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.)
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: 4-8 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)
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
Every box has a folded info card, detailing items included and why they were picked this month.
There’s also a little note inside about why they picked what they picked.
Green Sprouts Straw Bottle – Value $8
I absolutely love this straw bottle! It’s a nice size for me to not have to refill all the time but not so big that it gets super heavy when full and is then hard to hold. It holds 10 oz. It’s become our new go-to cup!
I also love that the cap has a lid that slides over the straw and closes it off to prevent leaks and spills. I have to say – I have had no problems with this leaking. Like, at all. Which I’m thrilled about because if you have kids you know that it’s pretty much impossible to find a cup that doesn’t leak.
Me4Kidz Little Buddy Wipes – Value $2.99
These wipes are antibacterial and perfect for scrapes and such or just on the go! I’ve been liking these as quick clean-ups while we’re out. They smell great, too, with a tea tree and cucumber scent. Fortunately, my son hasn’t had any cuts or scrapes lately but I’ve had a paper cut and these haven’t stung or bothered it at all.
Fred Buff Baby Rattle – Value $9.50
This is too cute! It’s a dumbbell-shaped rattle.
It’s a bit of a novelty for sure but it still works! My 1-year-old thought this was interesting and funny at first but rattles are a little young for him (this toy is best for 0-3 months, according to the packaging) so I think I’ll end up gifting this one.
Little Grippers Socks in Red Stars – Value $6.50 (on sale for $3)
These socks are great! Maybe I’m weird but I love getting baby socks in subscriptions. These have “stay on technology” to help keep them from falling down.
The “stay-on” technology is really a thin layer of dermatologist-approved, hypo-allergenic, clear silicon that gently grip and keep the socks up! Also, their website says that washing actually “renews” the stay-on technology and it lasts the lifetime of the garment – I’m excited about these!
BabyLit Frankenstein, an Anatomy Primer – Value $9.99
This board book takes from Mary Shelley’s book Frankenstein to deliver a scare-free anatomy primer for babies.
Each page shows a new body part to “build the perfect monster,” and shows how the monster uses those body parts in cute ways (climbing mountains, eating strawberries, reading books…). This is a cute book for October/Halloween but is appropriate for year round since it’s based on a piece of literature and isn’t specifically about Halloween.
Hape Counting Stacker – Value $9.99
I have to apologize – something happened to my photos of this toy when editing my pictures. I would have re-taken them, but I gave this toy to a friend at her baby shower yesterday. Go figure. It happened to a couple other item photos for this box but I still had them and could re-shoot them! This image is from the Hape website.
Anyway, I had mixed feelings about this toy. I like the idea and colors and everything, but the spokes were held into the base with an elastic string. They stood up well, but with not much force and at the wrong angle the spokes would push over and you could let go and they’d snap back. This made it really hard for my son to find the right angle to slide the bead down the pole correctly because it didn’t let him figure it out, and the pole would just collapse. And then pushing the spokes over and flicking them just became the main way to have fun with this for my son. The idea of this stacker is great and it’ll be great for toddlers a little older than my one-year-old, who are learning to sort by color and count rather than just practicing the motor skills of getting the beads on the spokes.
Bumkins Reusable Snack Bags, small – 2 pack, Value $7.95
I love these snack bags! They are 7” across and 3.5” tall. They’re BPA-, PVC-, Vinyl-, Pthalate-, and lead-free.
My favorite part about them is that they zipper shut so I don’t have to worry about any crumbs or pieces falling out into my bag. I also adore the designs, and they have some other ridiculously cute prints.
Verdict: I’m always happy with my Kub Klub box! They consistently choose high-quality products and I love the curation of items each month. I also love seeing brands I know and love along with brands that are new to me – Kub Klub is responsible for many of my favorite baby items. Every month, I’m so happy with how many products are actually in the box! This month there were 7. The value of my October box adds up to $54.92, which I’m happy with for a $37 kids’ box, especially because I like everything so much.
Lately, there’s been a clear lack of quality boxes in the baby and young children’s market since Citrus Lane went out of business and our Bluum reviews tend to have many readers chiming in with complicated issues with them and unsatisfactory resolutions (which I’ve even experienced some of myself). I’m excited to confidently say that I really think Kub Klub is doing a consistently fantastic job delivering delightful, high-quality boxes to fill that void. I’m always excited to see this box on my doorstep!
What do you think about Kub Klub?