Brick Loot is a monthly subscription box filled with LEGO-compatible items, bricks, and brick building accessories for LEGO fans. Brick Loot box is filled with 4-8 items that were hand picked by Brick specialists who scour the world for the newest and coolest products for you to collect. This box, like the last, is build-heavy, featuring mostly Brick Loot exclusive mini-builds (and some cool other stuff, too).
My 5 year old totally flips out when he sees this box – he knows exactly what it is and demands to review it immediately. We just came back from a week out of town and we had 30 boxes to open, so we got right to work with this one!
The box is no-nonsense, and packed with mini-builds and building accessories. It is a great subscription for adding bricks, specialty accessories like lighting elements, and themed mini-figs to your collection — it often serves as a sampler pack for trying out products from various third-party LEGO-compatible vendors.
The theme for this one is The Mad Scientist.
All the information is supplied on the card, including information about the different aftermarket companies. The style reminds me more and more of a car enthusiast magazine, with its emphasis on aftermarket lighting, paint, stickers, accessories, parts sourcing, and planning consultants.
Everything in the June 2016 Brick Loot box!
BrickStix Reusable Mad Scientist Stickers ($2.50) These are stickers that you can place on your existing bricks (and they’re reusable!) to make a really fun scene!
These are super fun and many glow in the dark. My kids were super excited by them and after they were done playing with the builds in the box toted the stickers to the playroom to build an even bigger scene!
LiteUp Blocks 2 X 4 Block Light Kit ($2) There’s usually a Liteup Block in every Brick Loot box, and they are so fun! This particular one actually could replace some of the pieces in the main build, which is super cool.
Frankin Figs: 100% real LEGO parts, we got 2 mini figs this month and they’re both great!
I love these custom mods, and we have never had a problem with wear. They are fantastical creatures indeed!
Brickloot Exclusive I. N. Stein Lego by Tyler Clites: 100% LEGO brick build.
I thought the build instructions were nicer quality this month. You can see our I.N. Stein below. I was actually impressed with this build – it was super sturdy and really funny.
Brick Ice Tray: This is awesome! It’s a silicone ice cube tray that you can use to make ice, candy, jello, or whatever you can dream up. I’m wondering if brownies would actually work! Has anyone ever tried it?
Brick Loot Mad Science Lab: The main build this month! These are non-LEGO bricks but since I typically build most of these I can tell you that the quality of these bricks was much better than in previous month. They were marked with a little STAR logo.
It’s sort of a Jurassic Park inspired build and really really fun! If you see the little blue brick toppers there’s also a big blue one on the top, and you can replace those with your Liteup block and zap your dino!
My kids were thrilled with this and lugged out their toy dinos and more bricks and played for hours and hours. I was really impressed how much was in this box and I think it was one of the best Brick Loots ever!
What do you think about Brick Loot?
The Description: Brick Loot is a box subscription company for LEGO and Brick fanatics! Subscribers will receive a monthly box filled with 4-8 hand-picked, unique, custom and never-before-seen items that work with LEGOs.
The Price: $33 per month