BrickBox June 2016 Subscription Box Review

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Brickbox June 2016 box

BrickBox is a monthly subscription box for LEGO fans.  BrickBox distinguishes itself from other brick-themed boxes by providing actual LEGO pieces and accessories to add to your set instead of LEGO-themed merchandise. BrickBox offers 3 sizes of box: Loot (minifig + accessories), Mini (brick set + goodies), or the full box.  This is the full box.

Brickbox June 2016 unboxing

The inside of the box is neatly wrapped in tissue to preserve the suspense.

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Inside is a pile of genuine LEGO sets and licensed merchandise.Brickbox June 2016 review

All the items in the box.

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Lego City Stickers:  This pack included two identical sheets of stickers themed with cops and criminals from the LEGO City collection.

Lego Pencil:  A No. 2 pencil featuring Emmet, the most important, greatest person alive!

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Lego Minifigure:  This mystery pack has a surprise (revealed below) genuine LEGO mini-fig, complete with accessories.

BrickBox Lego Cool Minifigure:  BrickBox also put together an “Indian Chief” set featuring a character in Native American style clothing, complete with a feathered headdress and weapons.

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By series thirteen, the mini-fig kits are getting some pretty obscure characters!

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The BrickBox fig fits in the stackable display case.  His weapons are slightly anachronistic and look to be borrowed from viking and modern military sets.Brickbox June 2016 (4)

Ta-da!  Our LEGO mystery mini-fig is arguably one of the coolest of the series.Brickbox June 2016 (6)

Lego Mixels Vaka-Waka:  Mixels are crazy LEGO sets that create bizarre creatures with related themes.  Once you collect multiple sets within a series, you can combine them to create larger creatures.

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Our Vaka-Waka is one of the three critters that combine to form Munchos Max!Brickbox June 2016 (8)

The kit has all the required pieces (plus a few extra) and complete instructions for the build.

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The completer Vaka-Waka.BrickBox June 2016 (1)

Lego Legends of Chima Equila:  We also received an entire Chima kit!  Chima is one of the fantasy realms of the LEGO universe — it is populated with war-like bird people.

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The kit included a winged Chima min-fig with battle ax, a pull-cord activated car that the figure can ride, collector cards that can be used to play a fantasy card-based battle game, a working cannon, several targets, and some pieces and instructions for creating a game from the set.

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The cannon and vulture targets.  A gentle press on the pad release the hefty, rubber-encased projectile.

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This set was pretty extensive.  It had lots of genuine LEGOs, and it was all over the map theme-wise.  This is a great subscription for LEGO fans that like working with the actual bricks, as there are always a couple fun projects, new characters, and genuine sets to play with!

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The Description: Join Brick Box and receive awesome LEGO products every month! They carefully select Authentic BRICK Sets, Minifigures, Accessories, Parts, T-Shirts, Gear and much more, put it all together and deliver it right to your door.
The Price: $19.98 for the BrickBox Loot (MiniFig & Accessories), $29.98 for the BrickBox Mini (LEGO brick set + accessories), and $39.98 for the regular BrickBox
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