Monday, 10 October 2016

Brizebox – solving problems for online shoppers

Brizebox is ‘kerb friendly’ and comes in a selection
of sizes and colours

A start-up company called Brizebox is giving on-line shoppers peace of mind by providing secure package delivery when they’re not at home. 

Brizebox has designed a parcel delivery box requiring minimum courier intervention that keeps parcels totally secure and continues to receive items until full.

As well as being user friendly the Brizebox is also ‘kerb friendly’ and comes in a selection of sizes and colours.

Brian Willcox, the brains behind this simple yet effective design said:
“I am passionate about engineering as well as being a regular online shopper.  My experience of parcels being idly left outside my home, awkward Post Office collection hours and grumpy neighbours got me thinking about the problems faced today by on-line consumers and couriers alike.”

No corners have been cut in the manufacturing of the Brizebox and it is made to a very high standard.

All products are made of zinc-coated sheet metal and for strength and durability, lever mechanisms, locks and hinges are made of stainless steel. To prevent water ingress rubber seals are used on the drawer and door.

Every Brizebox comes with shock absorbing foam in the base to help provide a soft landing for more delicate parcels. To take care of very fragile items, such as a case of wine, the innovative ‘Soft-Drop’ floating base can be added.

Ideal for apartments, the Brizebox modular design can be stacked and bolted together in communal areas or built into walls of new-builds.

Can be stacked and bolted together 

Brian continued: “With regards to looks, this was also quite challenging - but we’re pleased to have come up with a design that’s got visual appeal and is something you’d want outside your house, not tucked around the corner.
“Additionally, whilst not claiming to be eco-friendly tree huggers, we think Brizebox has very green credentials. The co2 footprint created by an undeliverable parcel going backwards and forwards between its final destination and the parcel depot, is incalculable. It is reassuring to know that by using a Brizebox your parcel is delivered first time, every time, and contributing to saving the planet.”

Can be built into walls
Brizebox is a unique invention and has hit the ground running with products currently available in the UK, Europe, USA and Canada. Plans are also underway to expand to Australia and New Zealand.

For more information about Brizebox visit

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