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Loot Crate DX Subscription Box Review + Coupon – July 2017

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Loot Crate DX is Loot Crate’s deluxe crate. 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 Animation.

This box was sent for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

The Subscription Box: Loot Crate DX

The Cost: $47.99 + $5 S/H (this price has recently increased!)

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!

Check out all of my Loot Crate DX reviews to get more information on this subscription. Check out all of our Geeky Subscription Boxes in the Subscription Box List. Rate, review, and follow this subscription on the Loot Crate DX profile page.

The July 2017 Loot Crate DX included items from Bob’s Burgers, Futurama, Rick and Morty, and TMNT!

It comes with a fold out information card. You’ll find tidbits about all of the items in the box.

Portal Gun Pin – Value $5-10?

I value these pins a little higher than the monthly box pins because they’re typically larger and even better quality at times. This month’s pin features the now infamous Portal gun from Rick and Morty!

Futurama Slurm Insulated Cooler Bag – Value $15-20?

Oh wow – this might be my favorite little cooler bag! With soccer and hockey season coming back around, it’ll find good use when visiting friends!

The design is based on a machine seen in a Simpsons couch gag scene featuring Rick and Morty. It’s like a super animation crossover item of 3 of the best animated shows. And it is a fantastic couch gag:

It’s big enough to fit 12 cans of your beverage choice and comes with an adjustable shoulder strap.

Don’t forget to pair this with your new Slurm koozies as well-  the perfect combo!

It’s insulated to keep everything nice and cool.

Bob’s Burgers Kuchi Kopi Figure – Value $20-25?

My very own version of Louise’s favorite toy! This Kuchi Kopi is 5 inches tall, and the perfect desk accessory.

Thankfully, they do include batteries – just press down on its head and it’ll light up!

I just thought they did a really good job of pulling these two items right out of the show!

Rick and Morty GeekiTiki Set – Value $20-25?

This is an exclusive set from Loot Crate – and how appropriate is it that Morty is the tiny and uncomfortable GeekiTiki!

Rick is around 7.5 inches tall – and from what I can tell, he’s giving Morty the business, as per usual.

While the fronts of these maybe not be entirely drinkable – the back is smooth, making it easy to actually use.

Poor Morty is a little over 3 inches tall – I’ve been using these little ones as pencil holders – have you found new ways to use your GeekiTikis?

I’m loving the set – the only set I might have found better would have been one with Tiny Rick!

TMNT Pizza Cookbook – Value $17+ ($16.50 for non-exclusive)

The Loot Crate exclusive version of this cookbook includes a variant cover plus a brand new recipe.

They have a lot of information in here! They go into detail about how to make specific pizza doughs and sauces before diving into some Turtle specific pizza styles.

There are a decent amount of recipes. They do have some really good looking pies in here, and get very detailed with the cooking instructions – so it’s not just a fun little TMNT item, but it’s pretty useful.

You’ll even get recipes for potstickers, soup, cookies, and ice cream dishes.

A fun conclusion to a fantastic box.

Verdict: I’ll preface this my saying that I’m still a big animation fan and I happen to really love the franchises this month – this was my favorite month of Loot Crate DX. They hit a major home run with this month’s items – it was worth waiting a bit longer for the box. Shipping issues still seem to be plaguing them, though, so if you’re thinking of subscribing – you might have to be ok with waiting for your box – I still haven’t received Firefly Cargo Crate or the May Road Rage shirt that was just delayed again, but we did finally get our Groot sunglasses with a bonus gift. I’ve yet to have a box not arrive (and yes, we’re paid subscribers for a majority of the Loot Crate lines), some later than others, but others have noted having to get in contact with customer care for their late box.

What do you think of the July 2017 2017 Animation Loot Crate DX?

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.

3 Comments

  1. Man, I really want this box! I’ll be watching the swaps, especially for that kuchi kopi! Hehe (I am such a sucker for cute things…)

  2. My daughter would love the Kuchi Kopi nightlight

  3. Anyone want to swap or sell?

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