Danklo is a monthly service that bills themselves as a “Monthly Life Enhancer”. They ship out an assortment of things and “You’ll Never Guess What’s Inside”. They have three shipping options ranging from $7.99 to $13.99 a month and you get from 1-2 to 1-5 gifts depending on your choice. You do fill out a little survey so thy have an idea about you and your likes. When I signed up there was a sweepstakes entry with every box but now the website says there will be a cash prize in each box from $1-$1000. I was okay with what they sent out last month so I was hopeful that this month would not disappoint.
This box took a long time to get to me this time. As you can see it has a Holiday message and treat and I received it after New Years. I like candy though so I’ll forgive them this time.
Instead of an info card they included a booklet with the items and usage instructions.
Mini Bluetooth Speaker-$29.99
They don’t include prices on your info booklet but I was able to find this speaker online so I feel confident in the pricing. I don’t have a speaker for my phone so I’m probably more excited about this then I should be. It holds a charge for up to five hours so you are good to go for most of an evening if you need to be away from a plug. I haven’t tried out the sound but I think it should be good.
Griffin USB Car Charger-$6.95
I already have a similar one of these so it’s less of a win for me but still a useful item. There is not a theme for the box but it does seem geared to phone accesories this time.
I subscribe to the Prime option of this box and they promise lifetime returns on the items. As for the promised money, yep it was there. I received $1.00USD which with the current exchange rate is not too shabby. LOL. I’m not sure how much longer I’m going to keep on with Danklo. I like the idea of a completely random box of stuff but while I’ve been okay with my stuff nothing has wowed me. I fully expected to only receive $1.00 but it would be nice to get a few more bucks. The products so far have been practical and useful, though not mindblowing.
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