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.
The theme for this month is HOME OF THE FREE BECAUSE OF THE BRAVE!
Like every box, this month’s included a large Brick Loot sticker with the month’s theme.
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All the information is supplied on the card, including info about the different aftermarket companies that design brick accessories.
Everything in my July box!
Exclusive Art Print by Greg Hyland: Every Brick Loot comes with an exclusive art print – they come bagged for safekeeping.
This is probably my favorite print from this subscription so far! An awesome tribute to our favorite heroine!
Brick Battalion WWI Model T Ambulance Build Designed By Grant Shagoury: This month’s exclusive build was of a WWI Model T ambulance.
The thing I love about these builds is that they are made of genuine LEGOs, so the pieces always function perfectly.
Along with all the pieces, you get complete, step-by-step instructions.
The build looks cool, but there were a couple of design issues, the big one being a lack of room in the wheel wells to accommodate the tires – luckily the kit had a couple of extra pieces, so I added them to make it work properly.
If you look carefully, you can almost see a tiny Ernest Hemingway manning the wheel.
United Bricks Custom Designed Wounded Will Minifig: This guy has seen a lot of action, but he fights on undaunted.
The minifig has lots of detail, including a bit of gore – unusual among LEGOs.
United Bricks mini-figs have detail added both front and back.
Mega Weapons Pack + Crate: A variety of weapons and accessories for your mini-figs.
This mega weapons pack and crate can supply an entire platoon!
There were too many items to fit in the crate, so we ended up filling it with just the grenades and smaller items.
The pack includes semi-auto pistols, M-16s, .50 cal sniper rifles, SAWs with stands, two types of grenades, knives, machetes, batons, communication gear, and flashlights.
Sticker Sheet: This sheet of stickers can dress fifteen of your minis in various types of camo. A second sheet has some military and medical decals for your buildings, vehicles, and crates.
MOC Bomber: This bomber has three different arrangements you can make with the same box of pieces.
The kit includes bricks and complete instructions for the three builds.
We built the modern jet bomber.
The pieces for this build aren’t LEGOs, but they fit together nicely.
Mobile Missile Defense: Yet another build kit! This one is a truck chassis carrying missile interceptors.
The kit contained all the pieces and instructions.
This kit went together well.
It actually looks quite a bit like the real thing.
I like the little details, like the grills, lights, and ends of the missiles.
The vehicle is truly mobile, too, with working wheels.
Our son puts together all the kits, and he is always super-psyched when the distinctive blue Brick Loot box arrives.
He even made a sticky note for the outside of the box he keeps all the completed builds in! It reads: “Lego Millatarie inside.”
My son was really excited when he saw this month’s theme. I liked the composition of this month’s box, too – it had three builds, a mini-fig, and some accessories for figures. I found this combo to be better than the lights that often come in the box, as my youngest son inevitably destroys those. 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?