Powered Geek Box is subscription box in the geek and gamer genre. They offer two different tiers of subscriptions: Premium (6-9 items a month), or Deluxe (4-6 items).
This review is for the Premium subscription.
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Powered Geek Box
The Cost: $19.95 + $6.95 shipping a month for the Deluxe Box, $29.95 + $9.95 shipping for the Premium Box
ACTIVE DEAL: Save 10% on your first box!
The Products: 4-6 geek/gamer items for Deluxe, 6-9 items for Premium
Ships to: US
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Good To Know: This box doesn't have info cards.
Powered Geek Box now has themes - this month's theme was Horror.
Dracula with Shades Shirt - Value $15?
This month's horror themed shirt features one of the original monsters - Dracula. Dracula is rocking some new gear - including a gold tooth and gold bat chain.
Crowley POP - Value $9 on Amazon
The next item is from Supernatural - it's Crowley in Funko POP form!
Crowley is holding his favorite whiskey - Glencraig. I'm not too familiar with the series, but I do know that it's super popular and has a devoted fanbase.
Krazy Town Voodoo Doll - Value $7.99 based on similar voodoo dolls
The left item is a 3" voodoo doll made by Krazy Town.
It comes with a tag to easy allow you to gift it, as well.
Bendable Nightmare Before Christmas Jack Keychain - Value $5 on Amazon
They sent two items from Nightmare Before Christmas - both featuring Jack Skellington. The first is this bendable keychain figure. His arms and legs are bendable to your liking, and he measures 3 1/2 inches tall.
Jack Skellington Pin - Value $4-5 based on pack of 4 on Amazon
The second Nightmare Before Christmas item is a small Jack Skellington pin. This is the size of a 50 cent piece.
Harry Potter Playing Cards - Value $6 on Amazon
I actually liked this set a lot because it didn't feature any pictures of the characters. Instead, each card features an item from the lore of the world they live in. Some characters are including, like Buckbeak and Scrabbers, but it mostly reads like an informative book you'd find in Hogwarts.
Five Nights at Freddy's Mini Posters - Value $11 on Amazon
The final item is from the Five Nights at Freddy's video game. This includes two mini posters - there are 18 in all to collect.
This is actually one of the longer length locker posters - 5 of the 18 to collect are locker posters.
Here is my other poster - it's the typical mini variety.
Verdict: While the value adds up to more than the price, the items simply weren't for me this month. Outside of the playing cards, everything else was either a slight fandom or not at all. That's a risk with boxes that don't disclose fandoms, so it's something to keep in mind when subscribing.
What did you think of the October Powered Geek Box?