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ZChest Subscription Box Review + Coupon – January 2016

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ZChest Subscription Box Review January 2016 - box

ZChest is a subscription box filled with Zombie goodies. They send out items like zombie-related toys, shirts, and collectibles – and even items to help you prep if there ever is a zombie apocalypse.

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ZChest Subscription Box Review January 2016 - all items

The Subscription Box: ZChest

The Cost: $16.99 + Shipping (our shipping cost was $9.10)

COUPON: Use coupon code WELIV and save 5% off your first box.

Ships to: Worldwide

The Products: Zombie products such as: toys, collectibles, movies, music, posters, hats, socks, shirts, and a slew of what ever we can uncover in the graveyard (BRAINZ!?!)

ZChest Subscription Box Review January 2016 - booklet

The box comes with an info sheet. This month was ‘The Tech Chest’. This chest had a bunch of items related to zombie apocalypse preparation.

ZChest Subscription Box Review January 2016 - booklet inside

On the inside, the sheet details each item included.

ZChest Subscription Box Review January 2016 - shirt

Zombies vs Robots Shirt – Value $10?

This is an exclusive item for ZChest and asks the question, who would win the scariest battle of them all – Zombies or Robots? I think it has to be robots, right? They can’t be bitten!

ZChest Subscription Box Review January 2016 - decal and mousepad

Hatchet Zombie Vinyl – Value $2-3?

I could only find the wholesale listing for this vinyl sticker. This is about 6 inches tall.

Zombie Mousepad – Value $10?

This is another ZChest exclusive. Featuring artwork by Bradley K McDevitt who is a veteran in the gaming industry. It’s definitely a cool and unique print!

ZChest Subscription Box Review January 2016 - small items

Emergency First Starter Flint Match – Value $4.46 on Amazon

This is a really cool item that I was excited for. Fill this small keychain with lighter fluid and use the mini-flint to have a match whenever needed! The light fluid is not included, so you’ll need to fill it yourself. This is definitely something I’d want in a zombie apocalypse situation.

Zombie Stress Ball – Value $2-3?

This ZChest stress ball is shaped like a brain. You’re gonna be stress in the zombie apocalypse. Guaranteed.

Flash Gun – Value $2-4?

I found the 8GB version of this on Amazon for around $5, so I’m guesstimating value based on that item. I like this item too! I can never have enough USB storage!

Foldable Stainless Steel Spork – Value $2.41 on Amazon

You’re going to need to eat when the zombies take over as well – why not come prepared with a spoon and a fork – win!

Verdict: This is my first ZChest, and I thought it was a unique approach in the geek box genre! My first theme was centered around gearing up for the zombie apocalypse, so I’m curious to see if we’ll be getting more toys/collectibles in different themed boxes moving forward. The value of the items covered the cost – but I’d love to see their shipping prices drop a bit lower and provide even more value.

What did you think of the January 2016 ZChest?

Written by Eric Cadman

Eric Cadman

Eric is the co-founder of My Subscription Addiction. He’s been hooked on geek subscription boxes since 2012 thanks to Loot Crate and Nerd Block. Geek boxes sparked his desire for collecting Funko Pops and comic book statues!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

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