KidBox is a subscription box service that offers fashionable brands for parents who wish to dress their children and babies stylishly. The service also offers every parent different brand clothing items for their child, as well as the opportunity gift those same clothes they received to a child in need. Parents can potentially save $150 on average because you can return the clothes with no charge and size swaps are free. Once signed up, the box is sent out to customers 7 - 10 days after it ships from the warehouse.
The subscription box offers two options, The regular box, and the baby box. KidBox ships out both of them seasonally (5 times a year), and they notify customers via email weeks prior.
There is no additional cost for shipping or changing out clothing items.
Number of Items
If you accept the whole baby box, it only costs $58. It offers the user five different items tailored to your child's style based on a style quiz given to you when you sign up.
The tops, pants, hoodies, jackets, and other clothes come from a variety of partnered brands including:
The current sizes available for babies range from 0-3 months, 3-6 months, 6-9 months, 12-18 months, 18-24 months, 24 months.
If you accept it, the whole regular box cost $98 for 6 - 8 items specific to your child's style based on a style quiz given when you sign up.
The tops, pants, hoodies, jackets, etc. come from a variety of partnered brands including all of the previously mentioned brands listed in the Baby Box.
The current sizes offered in this for children range from 2T-4T, 4-7 and 8-16 for boys. The sizes range from 2T-4T, 4-6x and 7-14 for girls.
Similar to box subscriptions like Loot Crate, you don't have any choice over what clothing items or specific brands show up in your shipment. The FAQ page explains that this is guaranteed all the possible savings for clothing options.
Unfortunately, the variety of their clothing options are also somewhat limited. KB doesn't regularly offer different colors of clothes that you have received.
Whatever clothing you receive when you swap out will also be random.
After purchasing either box, a set of clothes is donated to a charity organization of you and your child’s choice to help clothe another child in desperate need.
Despite thoroughly scouring the internet for information, we currently cannot find any reliable review sources that are discussing KidBox at the moment. The best we could find was a resolved customer complaint on the Better Business Bureau website, but it was uninformative.
Be sure to check back at a later time for updates in this section.
According to KidBox, the boxes are shipped seasonally, meaning they ship out 5 times a year (fall, summer, spring, back to school, and holiday). A few weeks prior to shipping, KB notifies you via email so that you can verify whether or not you wish to opt out. If you opt out, you won't receive a box, and it will be free of charge.
Shipping is free, and you only pay for the items in the box, and you can swap clothes free of charge if you send them all in within the first seven days. When returning the box, you get to pick and choose whatever clothing items you liked, and you only pay for the items you keep.
You can also request a second box if you want by emailing Jess@Kidbox.com. The box will not have any repeat items in it.
Currently, they only ship to the 48 contiguous United States, but hopefully, at their rate of growth, KB can eventually offer international shipping options as well.
You receive your first box from KidBox in approximately 7 - 10 days after it is shipped from the warehouse.
The best way to contact with general queries is to direct yourself to the ‘Contact Us’ page. There is an electronic suggestions box where you are required to enter your name, email address, and describe your query or issue.
After receiving the box, you can offer whatever feedback, complaints or suggestions you think would be helpful.
You can find email addresses and contact information for more specific issues on the FAQ page.
Cancelling orders is simple enough. Kidbox emails you a few weeks ahead of the shipping of the next seasonal box being, which you can opt out of at no additional charge.
A new company based in New York City, New York and recently founded in 2016, Kidbox was founded by Haim Dabah. The company has the self-stated mission to "clothe one million children in need" on its Facebook page.
The goal of the company as stated on its webpage and social networking pages is to provide impressive brand name fashion to children in an affordable subscription box. They also donate clothing to needy children for every box bought by customers.
Along with being the founder and managing partner of HDS Capital, Haim Dabah has 35 years of experience and deep connections in the retail and fashion industry. He has also helped found other companies in the past like Regatta USA, LLC and Gitano Group Inc.You can find Dabah speaking on working with retailers here.
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