Loot Crate DX Subscription Box Review + Coupon – February 2017
Loot Crate DX is Loot Crate’s first monthly Deluxe subscription. They pitch it as an “elevated assortment of collectibles, apparel, home goods and more from your favorite pop culture franchises every month.” They also promise no crossover items from the Core Loot Crate box.
This month’s theme was BUILD.
Loot Crate kindly sent us this box to review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Loot Crate DX
The Cost: $44.99 + $5 S/H
COUPON: Save 10% off any length subscription, or $3 off month-to-month with coupon code ADDICTION or SAVE3
The Products: “We’ve taken the curated geek and gamer excellence you enjoy with Loot Crate to the next level. An elevated assortment of collectibles, apparel, home goods and more from your favorite pop culture franchises every month. $100+ value in every crate!”
Ships to: 27 countries including US, Canada, Australia, and the UK!
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This month had 5 items + a pin. It featured Power Rangers, Tetris, Robotech, Game of Thrones, and Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them!
Each delivery comes with and information card that unfolds to detail each item in your box.
Each month always includes a pin as well – these are usually bigger than the core crate pins, too. This month’s pin features the Megazord just like the core Loot Crate – except this is much bigger.
Loot Wear Sock – Value $8.99
This was the first month without a big wearable item. Instead, you’ll get a pair of mystery socks featured in past Loot Wear subscriptions. I got a pair of glow-in-the-dark Harry Potter socks!
I have a feeling that most will be disappointed that these were included instead of a new shirt – but I’m always happy to get new socks.
Game of Thrones McFarlane Construction Set – Value $18 on Amazon
From the vague spoilers we received, I had a hunch that this might be the Game of Thrones item.
I’ve already built this set before, so I already know that it’s a great and detailed McFarlane build.
What I was most disappointed about when finished was that there are no other big Game of Thrones McFarlane builds to do!
Robotech Veritech Fighter Figure – Value $50+?
This is an exclusive variant, but the normal build sets for Robotech are available on Amazon from $45-$50 – so that’s what I’m basing value on.
This is my first time seeing one of these – and being someone that enjoy figures and statues, I was pretty intrigued. These robots are cool.
Each figure is 1/100 scale with 30 points of articulation and can for m3 forms – Battloid, Guardian, and Fighter. This one comes with an exclusive variant paint job.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Incredibuild Swooping Evil Book & Model Set – Value $16 on Amazon
That was the long name of an item I’ve ever reviewed! This is a 3D wood model set featuring the Swooping Evil from Fantastic Beasts.
It also includes a creature guidebook that gives you some information about the Swooping Evil along with some movie character information.
It’s pretty cool looking once it’s completed and stand about 6 1/2 inches to the wing tips.
Tetris Salt & Pepper Shakers – Value $15?
The final item in the box is another exclusive – this time from Tetris.
These are ceramic salt and pepper shakers that interlock!
Verdict: I love build sets like the ones sent this month – so this was a really good month for me. It would have been cool to get a LEGO build set too – since that would’ve aligned with the core crate franchises. But, even without that, it was a strong month in my opinion. It felt almost tailor made for me – build sets + socks – that’s right up my alley, so I’m curious to hear what you thought of it!
What did you think of the February 2017 ‘BUILD’ Loot Crate DX?