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Lootaku Subscription Box Review + Coupon – August 2016

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Lootaku is an international geek box that ships worldwide from Hong Kong! They promise 4-6 high-quality geek and gamer items – no filler or promo items of any kind.

Lootaku kindly sent us this box for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes


The Subscription Box: Lootaku

The Cost: $49 + shipping ($17 shipping to the US)

COUPON: Save 5% off your first month with coupon code MSA5

The Products: 4-6 high-quality items that do not include filler or promotional items of any kind. They include full figure statues and small vinyl figures. Themes are anime and gamer focused, and ideal for your monthly geek and gamer fix.

Ships: Worldwide

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Each month of Lootaku is themed. August’s theme was Loot Table and was also the one-year anniversary for Lootaku.



Each box includes an information card with details about each item, including the value.


Dragon Ball Z Super Saiyan 2 Son Gokou Statue – Value $30

There were 3 statues this month! The first is from Dragon Ball Z – you would receive 1 of a possible 11 statues.


These are some of my favorite statues – they having eye-popping color and are extremely detailed.


Here’s a 360-degree look at the statue!


Just look at how well-painted they are! Goku looks amazing!


One Piece SCultures 5 Vol. 7 – Ace Statue – Value $15 on Amazon

The next statue is from One Piece. You would receive 1 of 10 possible statues!


Mine was of Ace – I don’t know much about One Piece, but I’m a sucker for these statues!


Here’s your 360-degree look at the statue.



The same excitement applies to this statue – incredible paint job and detail.


Dragon Ball World Prince Vegeta – Value $12-15

This little figure was almost as good as another statue. Again, a lot of great detail and paint work.


Here’s Prince Vegeta!


Here’s the full figure – and a look at the stand with the clear plastic arm to help him stand. I think this figure could actually stand on its own, though.


Sasuke POP – Value $9 on Amazon

We also receive a Naruto Funko POP! You could have received Naruto or Sasuke.


One Piece Sword with Stand Zoro – Shusui – Value $8

The next item is a mini sword from One Piece.


It comes with a little sheath, too! The sword looks real and has a bit of weight to it – I was impressed.


Here’s a closer look – the sword blade is cut to look like it has a sharp edge.


It also comes with a stand that you can construct to display both sword and sheath.


One Piece Flag – Value $17 on Amazon

The last item from One Piece is the Straw Hat Pirates flag.


Naruto Forehead Protector – Value $5-9

The final valued item in the box was a headband from Naruto.


The symbol is metal  – this is worn in Naruto as part of village tradition.


Here’s a close look at the symbol itself. Akatsuki members would carve horizontal scratches into it when they have rejected their villages.


Random Damage #1

This final item was included as a free item this month. It’s actually a Lootaku original comic! It was definitely enjoyable and I loved the artwork. This issue was created for a June contest – and the winner was Skyler Ammons – excellent work.

Verdict: Another great delivery from Lootaku – I love getting these statues that I would otherwise not think about buying. While I’m not always a fan of the franchises, I’m a sucker for awesome statues – so really, Lootaku is right up my alley. You’ll be paying $67 total to get this to the US, but the value typically comes out on the right side – so if you’re into collector item figures and statues, especially ones from Japan, this could be the best box for you.

What did you think of the August Lootaku?

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.

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