SAN FRANCISCO—Joining a plethora of similar subscription boxes already on the market, a new service called BradBox ships customers 10 items every month that company founder and CEO Brad Lazarow has around his home but no longer wants. “There’s no theme and no thought put into it—just 10 things the CEO found under his bed or in a drawer that he decided he no longer had any use for,” said company spokesperson Elissa Kim, who noted that for only $49 a month, BradBox subscribers would receive a jumble of stuff in a beautiful, aesthetically pleasing shoe box or old Amazon box, depending on which one Lazarow had lying around his office. “From refrigerator magnets to pens that don’t work anymore, BradBox is the best way to discover exciting new products. Last month, some of the items BradBox subscribers received included a chip clip, a washcloth, a glove, a Chewy granola bar, a pair of promotional sunglasses that Brad got for free at a street fair, and The King’s Speech on DVD! Plus, premium-tier subscribers will even receive some of Brad’s wife’s stuff.” At press time, BradBox had reportedly been hit by a lawsuit from FabFitFun.