Infinity Crates Subscription Box Review – September 2014
Infinity Crates is a geeky subscription box from the UK. They ship Internationally and promise one shirt and one POP Funko in every box, so we decided to sign up and give it a try!
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Infinity Crates
The Cost: Approx $42 a month shipped to the US
The Products: One t-shirt and Funko POP Vinyl in each box plus other goodies.
Ships to: UK and International.
This month’s theme I guess is Destiny – but there is no info on the back of this card…and I don’t think there is much in this box that is Destiny themed either.
Rocket Raccoon T-Shirt – Value $15
I think my husband is starting to hit his limit on geek-themed shirt thanks to all these boxes, but he was happy with this shirt!
Funko POP Vinyl Luke Skywalker (X-Wing Pilot) – Value $11
This arrived just in time to add to our friend’s birthday gift!
Darth Candy Tin – Value $3
Plastic Bead Keyring – Value ?
Iron Man Minion USB – Value $17
This keychain craft thing is confusing me. (I remember making these things in my childhood and it seems weird to get a a handmade item in this box. I wish it came with an info sheet so I could get a little more background on why it was included). The Iron Man Minion is pretty fun though!
Captain America Poster – Value $5?
Verdict: I really like that they send a Funko POP Vinyl and a t-shirt in every box, but I wish there was an info card included so I could get a better sense of why each item was included. Looking at some #infinitycrates Instagram pictures it looks like there is a lot of variation with each item, so maybe that’s why there is no info card – it’s pretty random.
We paid $42 to get this box to the US, so I knew that the value probably wouldn’t be great for us compared to UK subscribers. This box has a USD value of approx $50, so I’m still happy with the value and I love getting boxes from overseas. We’ll definitely stick around for another box or two!
What do you think of Infinity Crates?