This subscription service offers essentials for the fellas. Need new underwear every three months? You got it. Need 23 new pairs of socks? You can get that, too. Customers curate their boxes with the items they need to stock up on every three months. Choices include undies, undershirts, razors and condoms.
5. Juniper ($28)
The ladies can have their essential box, too, except theirs will arrive every month, around the time Mother Nature pays a visit. Juniper prompts customers to input the date of their next period, then it sends a box with your choice of tampons and P.M.S. soothers such as Midol, tea, honey and, of course, chocolate.
6. Bark Box ($29)
This subscription brings boxes of squeaky toys, leashes, shampoo and gourmet treats (including cake mixes) for your pooch each month.
7. Kiwicrate ($19.95)
Kids these days. All they want to do is play Angry Birds on your iPad. A box like Kiwicrate aims at getting kids’ creative juices flowing with craft projects. The boxes are organized around a theme such as the “Dig Into Dinosaurs” box, which includes crafts to create clay fossils.
8. Craft Coffee ($24.99)
The artisan coffee market is booming, as more people ditch their corporate coffee cups and go for handcrafted brews. Craft Coffee delivers three 4-ounce bags of coffee from roasters around the world. You can even choose which grind of coffee you want, and if you like what you taste, you can order larger amounts.
9. Fourth & Grand (prices vary)
For men who don’t like to shop, Fourth & Grand eliminates the time-consuming task of finding a new dress shirt and tie for an upcoming formal event. After submitting a style quiz, subscribers receive a dress shirt, a matching tie and a polo shirt each month. You pay only for what you keep (about $60 per shirt, $25 per tie) and send back what you don’t want.
10. Quarterly.co (prices vary)
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