Brick Loot June 2017 Subscription Box Review & Coupon

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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.

DEAL: Get 15% off any subscription with coupon code hello15.

The theme for this month is BRICKLOOTERS… ROLL OUT!

All the information is supplied on the card, including info about the different aftermarket companies that design brick accessories.

Exclusive Art Print by Greg Hyland

This is probably my favorite print from this subscription so far!

Xerkbot VI LED Kit: Perfect for bringing your robotic creations to life with illuminated eyes, etc.

The powered base is the same size as a 2×4 brick, complete with studs, so it is easy to inconspicuously incorporate into your design.

United Bricks Bugbot Custom LEGO Minifigure: This guy is reminiscent of the Autobot Bumblebee.

United Bricks has tons of custom figs from all genres.

The detail is great!

I love that the designs cover both sides of the body – even LEGO branded figs are typically single sided on the body.

They start with a standard figure, so their custom designs have all the functionality of a normal LEGO figure.

The Stinger Build Designed By Tyler Clites: This month’s exclusive build is a cool transformable car.

The build uses real LEGOs, so their are no issues with bricks behaving oddly.

Step-by-step instructions are included. They are well-designed and easy to follow.

Our son always spots the BrickLoot box when it arrives, and he can’t wait to get building.

The build in car form.

And transformed into a robot!

It stands on its own and transforms without needing any rearrangement. Awesome!

Xerkbot VI: Another great build. This one has three different forms, but you need to rearrange the bricks, building each form from scratch.

The kit includes all the pieces, plus instructions.

The instructions cover all three modes.

My son was able to work his way through with little help – the bricks aren’t LEGO brand, and the plastic used has a little spring to it that makes some fits a bit wonky.

Robot mode!

Transformer Blind Bags ($9.99): This bag contains one Transformers figurine.

Yay for properly licensed products!

We got Ratchet, the Autobot’s medic, er, mechanic.

The figure includes a stand (the little gray one) and is fully rendered.

The bottom of the stand commemorates 30 years of Transformers.

Transformers 3D Battle-Card Game ($4.99): A turn-based card game based on the series.

This Battlepack includes two vinyl figures, action cards for each, and jewels to fight over.

Instructions are provided for assembling whatever style character you get.

Plus game instructions.

We got Longarm and Blackout.

The figures can be assembled as either vehicles or robots, just like the real thing!

A coupon was included for 10% Tinker Bots, a motorized brick system.

Tinker Bot creations can be controlled with your phone!

My son was super psyched about this box. I’m glad to see the return of the mini-fig and even a couple of licensed items from the Transformers franchise. The exclusive build was the coolest this month, and my son loved being able to transform it from robot to car and back again without taking it apart. We always have a great time building with Brick Loot, and it is a great subscription for young and old brick fans.

What do you think about Brick Loot?

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  • PA Anna

    J (age 8) loved this box!