Marvel Gear + Goods by Loot Crate Review + Coupon: Re-Assemble


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Marvel Gear And Goods Re-Assemble May 2019 subscription box review

Marvel Gear + Goods is new to the line of Loot Crate themed boxes. This is a ‘Partner Crate’ from Loot Crate, so you’ll be only receiving official Marvel collectibles, apparel, home goods and more. It’s also bi-monthly – so expect it at your doorstep every other month.

FYI – Loot Crate has shipping issues. We only recommend subscribing to any of their boxes if you are OK with boxes showing up late. (Possibly months late.) 

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About Marvel Gear + Goods

The Subscription Box: Loot Crate Marvel Gear + Goods

The Cost: $36.99 + $5 S/H

The Products:

  • Official apparel, home goods, gear & more you can’t get anywhere else
  • 4-6 items from across the Marvel universe
  • Themes based on the greatest characters in the Marvel Universe
  • $75+ MSRP value in every crate

Ships: Worldwide!

Good to Know: This is a bi-monthly box, so it will be delivered every other month.

May 2019 Marvel Gear + Goods ‘Re-Assemble’ Review

back of info card info card with product details

It arrives with an information card that details the items in your box. It doubles nicely as frameable art, too.

  • comic pin

    1 of 2

  • large pin

    2 of 2

     

    Avengers Endgame Pin

    As usual, our box comes with a theme-appropriate pin! Since this is a May box and the film came out 4/26, I feel like they missed the Endgame hype by a bit. It is still a very cool collectible pin.

    • navy marvel tshirt

      1 of 2

    • detail of tshirt illustration

      2 of 2

       

      Avengers Endgame T-shirt 

      This navy tee features our fave Avenger heroes in an all-blue graphic. I like the blue, on blue, on blue look!

      • avenger socks

        1 of 5

      • socks featuring avenger heroes

        2 of 5

      • sock info card

        3 of 5

      • detail of sock texture

        4 of 5

      • back of socks

        5 of 5

         

        Avengers Socks

        These are some of the most highly detailed novelty socks I have ever seen. They are completely covered in an illustration with Avenger heroes. The cut would make them a really fun addition to a suit, though when you stretch them out the graphic distorts.

        • open envelope

          1 of 5

        • recipe card envelope

          2 of 5

        • recipe card backs featuring different heroes

          3 of 5

        • detail of recipie

          4 of 5

        • all recipe cards

          5 of 5

           

          Avengers Recipe Card Set

          I can’t say I have ever seen recipe cards come in this subscription! Featuring really easy ingredient suggestions, these will likely be really fun for an Avenger fan who isn’t really into cooking yet and wants to try out some basic but tasty dishes inspired by their fave hero.

          • set of infinity ring napkin rings

            1 of 4

          • 6 different colored napkin rings

            2 of 4

          • gold napkin rings

            3 of 4

          • detai shot of shape of napkin ring

            4 of 4

             

            Infinity Stone Napkin Ring Set

            Ok, I am weirdly way into these. I have never gotten napkin rings in a subscription, and even without the Avengers reference, I can’t help but find the shiny gold and multicolored stones really charming. They are also surprisingly heavy! Major props to the curators for such a unique item!

            Verdict: This Marvel Gear + Goods box was super late, but that is, sadly, really common with Loot Crate. They kind of missed the height of the Endgame hype, but fans should still be really thrilled with this box. I especially loved the napkin rings, but even the recipes were unique contributions. The shirt design was well done, and of course, the pin was nice too! My only other gripe aside from the lateness was that although the socks were super cool, they look really bad when they are actually on a foot due to stretching. All in all, I thought this was a pretty cool box!

            To Wrap Up:

            Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, your first theme will be displayed on the landing page.

            FYI – Loot Crate has shipping issues. We only recommend subscribing to any of their boxes if you are OK with boxes showing up late. (Possibly months late.) 

            Value Breakdown: This box costs $41.99 after shipping, so each of the 5 items has an average cost of $8.40.

            Check out all of our Marvel Gear + Goods reviews to get more information on this subscription, and be sure to swing by our Geeky Subscription Boxes in the Subscription Box List.

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            Written by Megan Kirkland

            Megan Kirkland

            I love natural/vegan beauty products, Korean skincare, unique jewelry, and weird candies from far away places. When I am not waiting for my next exciting box you can find me painting or taking photographs of interesting people. I never leave home without pug hair somewhere on my shirt and a bold lipstick on my smile.

            Posted in Canadian Subscription Box Reviews, Geeky Subscription Boxes, Marvel Gear + Goods Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews| Tags: marvel gear & goods | 5 comments

            5 Comments

            1. Loot crate is a busted company. No longer giving them any business

            2. I’ve already contacted Liz about looking into Loot Crates shady business practices since laying off 150 employees in May and outsourcing their shipping. Little or nothing has shipped since then.

              I’m not really sure why MSA is continuing to promote them in light of recent events. Just check out all the BBB complaints and the Facebook Loot Crate Delay Discussion Group.

              DO NOT give this company your money. You will only cause yourself frustration and aggravation…

              • Thanks again for messaging me. We’re currently investigating and will have a post live about Loot Crate soon.

            3. I can’t say I’m overly impressed by this box. The recipe cards as an item seem like a joke, especially in the age of the internet. As I always consider the pin to be an extra, that means this box is just a t-shirt and some napkin rings. Oh, and the socks, which are pretty much unusable. If they were knit socks and not just the printed on stuff (that I’m always disappointed to get in my loot socks sub) It would seem like a better value.

            4. I’d feel badly if I gifted this box to a teen.

              Also the napkin rings are cool, but many don’t seem to cook so much now days.
              Have to go out of the norm to actually use & work all that into a nice meal instead of sitting in a box for years.

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