Kairos Subscription Box Review & Coupon - November 2015

Kairos is a lifestyle subscription box. Each month, they send 3-5 surprise products from a themed curation of accessories, jewelry, stationary, and home decor from independent artists. These items are meant to bring inspiration, loveliness, and creativity.

Subscription: Kairos

Category: Women, Women's Lifestyle

What's Included: 3-5 surprise products from a themed curation of accessories, jewelry, stationary, and home decor.

Price: $30.00 per month. Past boxes are available for $40 as a one-time purchase.

Ships To: US only.

Coupon: Get 50% off your first month with our exclusive coupon code BOXOMETRY50 during checkout.

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Boxometry Kairos November 2015 Review - Detail Cards

The box comes with a card listing the included products and their makers.

Boxometry Kairos November 2015 Review - Virginia Woolf & Sylvia Plath Coasters

Product: Virginia Woolf & Sylvia Plath Coasters
Retail Value: $15.00 (Estimated)

I couldn't find the exact coasters, so I estimated the value. If you are a fan of these writers/novelists, you'll definitely appreciate this set. The coasters are made of ceramic (I believe), with photos of Virginia Woolf and Sylvia Plath. You can use them for any drinks, coffee, beer, etc.

Boxometry Kairos November 2015 Review - Tea Infuser (Mod Party)

Product: Tea Infuser (Mod Party)
Retail Value: $2.50

This is a lovely heart-shaped tea infuser made by Mod Party from Etsy. It makes a great wedding favor but also useful for tea lovers. I'm not sure what material it is, but I'm assuming it's made of stainless steel.

Boxometry Kairos November 2015 Review - Blueberry Honey (Kline HoneyBee Farm) and Queen of Hearts Tea (Honestly Pretty)

Product: Blueberry Honey (Kline HoneyBee Farm)
Retail Value: $2.50

I love honey and blueberries, so this is a perfect combination. Kline HoneyBee Farm is from Ohio and harvest their own honey. This goes well with the tea included in this box. Well thought out!

Product: Queen of Hearts Tea (Honestly Pretty)
Retail Value: $3.00 (Estimated)

The card lists Honestly Pretty as the maker of this Queen of Hearts Tea, but I couldn't find the product so I had to estimate the value. The tea is composed of cranberries, apple, orange peel, hibiscus, and fruit flavor. If you like fruity teas, this is tea is delicious.

Boxometry Kairos November 2015 Review - Recipe Card and Print

Product: Recipe Card and Print
Retail Value: $5.00

The recipe card is for homemade quiche, created by Maria Costa. I've been eating quite a bit of quiche from Costco lately, so I am excited to try out this recipe once I have some time. In addition, if you are a subscriber to Kairos, you'll know that they love to include fun, quirky and pretty prints.

ProductsRetail Value
Virginia Woolf & Sylvia Plath Coasters $15.00
Tea Infuser (Mod Party) $2.50
Blueberry Honey (Kline HoneyBee Farm) $2.50
Queen of Hearts Tea (Honestly Pretty) $3.00
Recipe Card and Print $5.00
Total $28.00

Final Thoughts: The November box appears to center around tea with the inclusion of coasters, honey, tea and of course, tea infuser. I think Kairos always does a great job curating items. The message is clear, but it would be great if there's a detail card that discusses the inspiration behind the theme and why specific items were chosen. Either way, the items themselves are self-explanatory, and are always lovely.

About the author


Linda is the co-founder and designer of boxometry.com. She discovered subscription boxes when she was searching for non-toxic and eco-friendly baby toys. Since beginning of 2014, she’s been addicted to all sorts of subscription boxes due to a wide range of interests. Among Linda’s favorites are any subscription boxes that feature natural or organic beauty & personal care products, and geek & technology items.

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