Space Out

By The Editors
June 17, 2013 9:00 am

Pop quiz: if the average square foot in San Francisco is worth about $600, how much is your currently superfluous winter wardrobe costing you?

Answer: math is hard.

Here to make it easy: Boxbee, which picks up and stores your stuff until you need it again, now open for business.

Boxbee unties the Gordian Knot of things vs. space by taking away your stuff when you don’t need it (clothes, bric-a-brac, books, etc.), and bringing it back when you do.

It’s pretty simple. Start an account and ask for some boxes. Boxbee drops them off at your place, then comes back once they’re filled — typically, with things you can’t live without, but can’t afford to live with.

No time wasted hauling keepsakes and out-of-season clothes to an oversized storage unit. No money blown on wasted space.

Only keep what you need. Only pay for what you use ($6 per box per month).

Pretty simple math.

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