Loot Crate‘s theme for February is BUILD. Loot Crate is the original nerd subscription box for geeks & gamers. Every month you’ll get awesome, mostly exclusive geeky pop culture items curated around a theme for only $20 per month, shipped.
This month you could “build” a robot out of your box!
She looks a little worse for the wear, but still ticking!
Insert cartridge here – and hey, check out that new Loot Crate logo too!
All the items in the February box! My robot box is so happy, she’s hugging everything.
Every Loot Crate box comes with the mini mag!
The magazine also included some short features – they are always a fun read and you’ll be able to read it here.
Apparently this month they had to omit the mag from men’s boxes sized XL and up.
The mini-mag contains all the item details, looter intel, as well as short features, quizzes, and puzzles.
Each month the Secret Order of Keys will present you with a series of mysterious challenges. Solve them all to unlock keys and rise through our ranks to become the Ultimate Looter.
Super unfortunately because I received this box for review, I cannot access this game. Let me know if you had fun!
This month’s Loot Pins unlocks three free digital comics from Comixology: Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers #0-1 and Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers: Pink #1!
Tetris Flexible Magnet Sheets
This is a bit of a filler item (flexible magnet sheets aren’t terribly expensive to create), but they’re well done and it’s officially licensed. Plus, you can play Tetris on your fridge.
Power Rangers Megazord T-Shirt: Loot Crate’s franchises are always well timed around major geek releases – in this case, the Power Rangers movie next month!
I love the blueprint/schematic designs. I think they’re rad and a great original geek design.
Lego Dimensions Cyborg Fun Pack ($7.50) My six year old lost his mind when he found out this was in the box. If you’re not familiar with Lego Dimensions, it’s a console video game and you can physically interact with the game with the pieces (the blue discs on the bottom). You can totally play with these figures on their own, or get Lego Dimensions starter pack if you want to get started on your console.
Subscribers received Benny, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, Unikitty, or Bad Cop.
The fun packs include a minifig plus a small build that has three variations.
You build the minifig, which also activates the instructions for the next piece.
If you don’t have the game, it’s ok – these builds are simple enough to follow the pictures on the box.
I was forced to go back to the first build…
And he was off! He’s totally obsessed. I still marvel at the fact that there are no official LEGO subscription boxes (but if you want to check out brick/building boxes, you can do that here).
Lego Batman Head Food Container from Zak!
This is one of the best custom items that’s ever been in a Loot Crate! First of all it’s again perfectly timed with the release of the LEGO Batman Movie, and also, it’s a container that’s his minifig head!
The ears/top twist off and the container is double-walled to insulate your food. It’s BPA free, too.
According to the Loot Crate mag, Batman always eats his vegetables. Perhaps I can convince my mini-geek to do the same. Or I can totally use it for my own snacks, because it’s amazeballs.
We were thrilled with this month’s box!
What did you think of this month’s Loot Crate?