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Culturefly Walmart-Exclusive Call of Duty WWII Box Review!

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Culturefly has release two new collectible boxes for the Holiday season! These collectible boxes are available in-store exclusively at Walmart. You may remember Culturefly from their other popular boxes like Pusheen Box, The Nick Box, DC World’s Finest, and Shopkins Direct – needless to say, I was excited to dig in!

Check out my review of the Nintendo Console Mystery Box as well!

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

The Box: Walmart-Exclusive Call of Duty WWII Box

The Cost: $29.99

The Products: A $70+ value of Call of Duty WWII collectibles and goods – plus one mystery item!

Good To Know: These are available in-store at Walmart! This is not a subscription, but a one-off mystery box.

The Call of Duty WWII box includes 7 items – one of which is a mystery item – themed around the Call of Duty WWII video game.

Fold-away Backpack – Value $25-30?

This was the coolest item of the bunch. It’s a fold-away backpack, easy for storing away.

Folded away, it looks like some type of Army satchel  – and it even has a little handle to help you tote it around.

Unclip it and it’ll unroll into a 15×10 backpack!

While it’s got one pocket of storage, it’s pretty big and can store a good amount.

This will cinch shut as well – I like this item for on-the-go storage – I’ll probably keep it in my car.

Canteen with Insulated Case – Value $10-15?

What better way to quench your thirst while gaming than with a themed Call of Duty canteen?

It’s got an out insulation to help keep things hot or cold.

The bottle will slide out for cleaning. It’s just plastic and doesn’t have wash instructions, but I’d assume it’s hand-wash only.

Unscrew the lid for thirst-quenching on-the-go.

Journal with Pen – Value $10-15?

You’ll get this old-school journal and pen combo.

It’s got this leather sleeve that wraps around the notebook. Unwrap the leather strap to open up the sleeve.

Inside, you’ll find a 6.5×4 inch notebook attached to a 6-ring binder.

Inside is your standard ruled notebook.

It comes with a pen as well. The pen feels almost like an afterthought, though – it’s lightweight plastic, not something that you’ll be wanting to use every day.

Call of Duty Wallet – Value $10?

This was one of my more disappointing items in the box.

The exterior follows the same theme of the entire box with a classic leather look.

My issues come on the inside of the wallet. You’ll be getting6 card slot – that’s great – but there is no sleeve for your bills! That felt like a big misstep for me, but maybe people aren’t using that many bills anymore?

Art Print – Value $10?

You’ll get an exclusive 8×10 art print featuring some in-game art.

If you subscribe to a lot of geek boxes – then you’ll know what to expect with this print! It arrives in a plastic sleeve and is printed on a nice harder cardstock!

Call of Duty Dog Tags – Value $5-10?

It comes with a set of aluminum dog tags with the Call of Duty WWII logo and insignia.

Collectible Coin – Value $5?

Finally, the mystery item is a commemorative Call of Duty WWII coin.

Just like the dog tags, it sports the logo and insignia on the front and back.

Verdict: The one definitely lives up to the $70+ value promise, but I wasn’t blown away by any of the items individually. I like the fold-away backpack – it’s a cool design, it looks like something you’d see in-game, and it’s useful – but I wasn’t that big of a fan of the remaining items. That being said, I’m not a huge fan of the game – what do you Call of Duty WWII fans have to say about the items?

What do you think of the Call of Duty WWII Box? Are you grabbing one at Walmart?

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. Has anyone gotten their winter box yet? I was charged weeks ago.

    • If you’re talking about the walmart beauty box I’ve never received mine either! Why charge us if they aren’t going to send them?

    • i cancelled, then re-upped…because it seems like they send out boxes to newbies first…

      but, alas, my sneaky efforts are thwarted…still no box…hell, i never got the FALL box…where’s the FALL box?!?

      i was charged for the FALL box, weeks ago…

      i can’t have them just randomly whenever taking out even $5…i run on a tight checking account, with not a lot of “extra”-and, just $5, at a moment when i’m not expecting it, could lead to disaster!

      so sorry, eric…what big butts are we to just hijack your review!
      …but, this walmart thing is super frustrating, & we are begging for some answers!

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