Lootaku Subscription Box Review + Coupon – November 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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Each month is themed. This month focused on one famous fighting franchise – Street Fighter!
Each month always includes an info sheet as well. This will include some details about the item and its selection along with their estimated values.
Dan POP – Value $18 on Amazon
The first items is a POP from the POP Asia line of Street Fighter. It’s important to note that this is different from the POP Games version that is readily available in the United States. There’s no difference in the vinyl figure – but it’s a massive difference to collectors!
Who was your Street Fighter of choice? I almost always went for Blanka – but it was honestly for how awesome he looked on the screen.
This was my favorite item of the month! These figures come in a set of 2 with 15 articulated joints each – allowing you to recreate some awesome fight scenes!
Each figure comes with numerous hands and extra items to show off their special move.
There are just a ton of possibilities for poses – This is definitely a fun item for Street Fighter fans!
QCF Gift Series Diamond Blocks: Ryu – Value $5 (from the info card)
I couldn’t find a place to buy this exact one, so I pulled the value from the card.
These tiny blocks build a little 3.5 inch tall Ryu!
It definitely takes a little time to do – especially with the smaller blocks.
But, how fun is the final product! HADOUUUUUKEN!
Kidrobot Street Fighter V Blind Box – Value $12 on Amazon
The next item is a Kidrobot Blind Box vinyl figure.
You could receive Birdie, Ken, Cammy, Charlie Nash, Chun-Li, Dhalsim, Fang, Karin, Laura, M<. Bison, Mika, Necalli, Rashid, Ryu, Vega, or Zangief. I got M. Bison.
These are the vinyl figures you’d expect from Kidrobot. I’ve never been a real fan of the Kidrobot style, but do love a vinyl figure.
Street Fighter 2 Losing Face Trading Figures Vol. 1 – Value $18 on Amazon
I should quickly note that the value of these is around $8 – but the only place I’ve found it for sale was Amazon, for $18.
These are so cool! These are only 2 inches tall – but are a fun 3D representation of your poor character when you lose.
You could receive Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, Blanka, E. Honda, Dhalsim, Guile, Bison, Balrog, Sagat, Vega, or Zangief.
I got Blanka – I think he has the best losing face!
Verdict: I always have a blast going through the items in Lootaku. You’re going to get a lot of figures and collectibles – it’s pretty rare to get filler in this box – which is great since it is a higher priced geek box. This feels like one of the best boxes for figure collectors – especially when the theme aligns with your interests – but, it does ship from Hong Kong, so shipping is a bit extra.
What did you think of the Street Fighter Lootaku?