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Infinity Crates Subscription Box Review – November 2014

Infinity Crates Subscription Box Review – November 2014 Box

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).

Infinity Crates Subscription Box Review – November 2014 Items

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.

Check out all my Infinity Crate reviews!

Infinity Crates Subscription Box Review – November 2014 Tee

Regular Time Tee – Value $15

My husband loves Adventure Time and Regular Show so this mashup tee was a win for him!

Infinity Crates Subscription Box Review – November 2014 Homey

The Simpsons Homey Socks – Value $7

Adventure Time Funko POP Vinyl in Cake – Value $10

Sadly my husband will be swapping this POP – only because he already owns it. The socks are great though.

Infinity Crates Subscription Box Review – November 2014 Plush

Keychain Jake Mini Plush – Value $9.50

Button Badge in The Amazing Spider Man – Value $1?

I found this keychain plush for sale online for $9.50, but I think that price is a little inflated – it seems like a $5 max item to me. Still cute though!

(My husband is never a big fan of the pins/stickers that sometimes come with the geeky subscription boxes, so this Spider Man one is going in the swap/gift/donate pile).

Infinity Crates Subscription Box Review – November 2014 Art

This box also came with a roll out mini poster and a card with the theme of the month = animation.

Verdict: I think this is a pretty good box. It definitely hit a lot of my husband’s interests! We pretty much broke even in value this month, which is fine considering that includes international shipping. We might rethink this subscription for now though since many other geek boxes exist in the US.

What do you think of the November Infinity Crate?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!

Posted in Geek Subscription Boxes, Subscription Box Reviews, UK Subscription Box Reviews| 7 comments

Comments (7)

  1. Personally I love infinity Crate (however being based in the UK it is most likely cheaper for me) though I do admit I am lusting after a number of your US only crates.

  2. It’s a good assortment of items. None that would have interested my teenager. It’s great to see so many geek/gamer boxes.

  3. Ah! Jinxed on the duplicate POP vinyl from the recent post where someone asked about duplicates….


  4. I didn’t subscribe only because of the price, but GAH! I WANT IT! That Jake plush keychain needs to especially be mine.

    Liz, I emailed you about adding 1Up Box to the swap site. Have you tried that one yet? I’ve had it for a few months and love it.

    • 1up Box is one I know a lot of people really like, and I’m subscribing this month because they’re supposed to have a Funko Pop, but have been kinda underwhelmed with what I’ve seen.

  5. Geek Fuel just issued their first box last month and it looks pretty good. I’d like to see reviews on them in the future if you’re looking to replace infinity crate.

    • Just signed up for Geek Fuel! Thanks! 🙂

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