Toy Box Monthly Subscription Box Review – February 2017
Toy Box Monthly is a monthly surprise box of toys. Each month you’ll receive a curated box of 4-6 toys. You can choose between a Boys box, Girls box or a Mix of both.
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
This is a review of the Boys box.
The Subscription Box: Toy Box Monthly
The Cost: $15 a month + $5 shipping to US or $15 shipping to Canada, United Kingdom, Germany and Australia
The Products: 4-6 items a month (three options available: boys, girls or a mixture of both)
Ships to: US, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany and Australia
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
Good To Know: This box doesn’t include an information card.
This is my first-time reviewing this box – check out Jessica’s reviews from 2016 to see a bit more. There are no themes and no cards – you’ll just get a random assortment of toys!
Spider-Man Pint Size Hero Blind Bag – Value $5
There’s one thing I love more than a blind bag/box toy – a Funko blind bag/box toy! My first item is a Spider-Man series blind bag, and I pulled Spider-Man 2099!
These new figures from Funko are becoming quick favorites for me – they display nicely alongside a full size POP – there are already a TON to collect.
All pint size heroes have the same shape (similar to Dorbz) and feature costume detail. Spider-Man 2099 is my favorite non-traditional Spidey outfit.
Marvel Tsum Tsum Mystery Pack – Value $6 on Amazon
Next, we received a Tsum Tsum blind bag featuring Marvel characters.
Again – this is an easy rabbit hole for any collector to go down!
I got Hawkeye – and the classic Hawkeye at that!
Here’s a close look at the vinyl figure. This little figure is only 1 inch tall – but as you can see in the pamphlet above, they come in 3 sizes and stack – Tsum Tsum’s are one of Disney’ hottest toys right now.
Rip-Spin Warriors: Michaelangelo – Value $2 on Amazon
The next item we received is a Rip-Spin Warrior figure.
We got Michaelangelo, my favorite Turtle dating back to my childhood.
You’ll simply insert the ripcord and pull. On a flat surface, it will go wild like a top with arms/nunchucks spinning.
It’s made to battle a foe, naturally.
Hot Wheels Batman & Batmobile – Value $2 on Amazon
Next, we received a Hot Wheels figure set from Batman vs. Superman.
The Batmobile is, of course, a replica of the Batman vs. Superman Batmobile.
And Bruce is sporting his Anit-Superman suit.
Transformers Mini-Con Decepticon Back – Value $14 on Amazon
The last item in my box featured Transformers.
It will come with little pieces – so be aware of that. You’ll need to break off the pink pieces to fully construct your Decepticon. I do like that it’s packaged as the Transformers logo!
Everyone wanted Transformers or TMNT stuff when I was young – it’s nice to know that it hasn’t changed!
Verdict: I received $29 of items for $20 – that’s decent value for a low-cost box. Overall, as a box suited towards kids, I think this box definitely delivers value for toys! As long as your kids will play with any kind of toy, that is. As a “big kid” I’m happy to see a couple vinyl figures that are highly collected – all in all, this was a fun unboxing!
What do you think of Toy Box Monthly? Do you subscribe?