Lootaku Subscription Box Review + Coupon – February 2016
Lootaku is an international geek box that ships worldwide from Hong Kong! They promise 4-6 high-quality geek and gamer items – no filler or promo items of any kind.
Lootaku kindly sent us this box for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Lootaku
The Cost: $49 + shipping ($17 shipping to the US)
COUPON: Save 5% off your first month with coupon code MSA5
The Products: 4-6 high-quality items that do not include filler or promotional items of any kind. They include full figure statues and small vinyl figures. Themes are anime and gamer focused, and ideal for your monthly geek and gamer fix.
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The box comes with this large info sheet showing all items in the box and the theme. They also list their value of items on the right-hand side.
Fallout Power Armor POP – Value $13.99 on Amazon
The first item I pulled out (I think I naturally drift to POPs) is a Fallout Funko POP! This is an awesome POP, and new to my collection!
Here’s a close up of the detail – it’s a solid POP and has some weight to it.
The Walking Dead McFarlane Mini Figure – Value $5.99
They include a McFarlane Walking Dead mystery mini! I’m starting to like this little figures. All possible figures are shown on the bag – I ended up getting a zombie.
Here’s the little angry zombie.
Fallout Mystery Mini – Value $7.95 on Amazon
They include a second Funko item! This is a Fallout mystery mini vinyl figure. I got a vault boy!
I really like the Funko mystery minis line – so this is a win for me!
Plants vs Zombies Comic #1 – Value $2.99
They include a Plants vs Zombies comic. This is something I never got into, I think I missed the window on this game.
Vault Boy Bobblehead – Value $22.47 on Amazon
The final item is a Vault Boy bobblehead. This is my second bobblehead – We received an exclusive pose in the November Loot Crate. You received one of 7 possible poses, I received the strength pose.
Here’s a look at the bobblehead out of the box.
Verdict: I thought there were great items in my first Lootaku box, but they may have an issue with value when shipping to the US. My total comes to around $54 when buying these items from where I’d normally buy online, which makes this box more expensive for me to buy vs buying all the items individually. They list a $77 value on their card – but it must be based on MSRP since the prices I found were much lower for their higher price items. I’m not sure I’ve ever paid $25 for a POP. This was a really fun box, I loved that they stuck to the theme and I really enjoyed the items, if they could find a way to make it lower priced (I think $49 is the most expensive geek box) – they’d be really competitive.
What do you think of the February Lootaku? have you tried this box?