Halo Legendary Crate Subscription Box Review + Coupon – December 2016
Halo Legendary Crate is a new crate from Loot Crate. This box focuses on the Halo gaming franchise and delivers 5-7 collectibles, apparel, and in-game contact ever two months.
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The Subscription Box: Halo Legendary Crate
The Cost: $34.99 + $5 S/H
- EXCLUSIVE Halo gear, collectibles, and in-game content
- 5-7 items, including a new figure line made just for this crate
- Themes based on the biggest moments in the Halo universe
- Delivered every 2 months
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This is the third delivery of the Halo Legendary Crate. They’ve created a new figure line just for this crate, so every delivery will probably feature a new figure/statue. This month’s theme was ‘Halo Conflict’.
Instead of an information card, Halo Legendary Crate includes a rolled up (and sent in a cardboard tube) poster – with all of you product info on the back!
The card also now includes your REQ pack. This month – it redeemed a sticker set for Halo 5:
This is kind of a pairing with another item at the bottom of this review!
Each month comes with a commemorative pin. This month’s pin has an almost 3D look to it and is based on the logo from the original game in the series.
UNSC Data Drop – Value ?
It also now seems like every crate with come with this data drop packet.
Inside, there are mission details and tie-ins with the game’s characters and locations.
Ok – on to the items!
Captain Keyes Shirt – Value $15?
This month’s shirt features Captain Jacob Keyes. It mimics the outfit as captain of the UNSC Pilar of Autumn – medals and all!
Halo Icons Master Chief – Value $25?
This is my favorite part of ever Halo crate – the exclusive figure line!
I think this is the best one yet – Master Chief hurdling a grunt is just perfect.
This figure line is created to link together with past month’s figures, too!
I’m excited to see the final completed diorama.
Plasma Grenade Mug – Value $15-20?
The next item is a 16 ounce Plasma Grenade mug.
It’s got a nice finish to it – but it’s handwash only, so no dishwasher or microwave for this mug.
I thought they did a pretty good job modeling it after the in-game grenade.
Plasma Sword Letter Opener – Value $10?
I can still remember how exciting it was when you got to wield this plasma sword for the first time! Now you can use it anytime you’d like – to open letters, of course.
It’s plastic and lights up at the base if you want to open your mail with extra flare.
Sticker Shock Set – Value $5-10?
The final item is a weapon skin sticker set made to go along with the digital content of the REQ pack.
Verdict: While this was my favorite Halo statue, the other items didn’t beat last boxes’ goods (the lounge pants are so soft). That being said, I thought this was another good box for Halo Crate. The value is definitely there – after the shirt, mug, and statue, everything else is icing.
What did you think of the ‘Halo Conflict’ Halo Legendary Crate?