Akibento December 2017 Subscription Box Review & Coupon – GUARDIAN

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Akibento is a monthly Anime subscription box. They promise an epic shirt monthly and $60 in value over 6-8 items, all perfect for anime fans!

The Japanese characters at the bottom of the box reads “tsuzuku” or “To Be Continued” in English.

GUARDIAN is the theme for this month and the items that are in this box are wonderful representations. Let’s take a look at what Akibento has chosen to represent this theme. 

DEAL: Save $3 on your first month! Use coupon code ANIME.

The information card lists the items in the box and their pictures. In addition, there is also a selfie contest so you can show off how awesome you look with the items in this box.

Everything in our box!

Akibento Monthly Pin – The themed pin shows what could be best described as a “GUARDIAN.”

Funko Key Chain – “One Punch Man” – One Punch Man is one of my favorite anime shows.

I was happy to see Saitama in key chain form.

Sword Art Online Lanyard – Asuna and Kirito are both on this lanyard.

I like the plastic sleeve.

There are also a couple metal versions of the characters attached.

The art on the lanyard itself is incredible.

Naruto Shippuden Garra Plush – Naruto has been going on for quite a while an maintains its popularity extremely well. This plush is a great addition to the collection.

No Game No Life Pins – Two great looking pins were also included in this month’s Akibento box.

Here’s Sora.

And here’s Shiro!

Akibento Exclusive C-Class Hero Apron.

Now you can cook and look like your favorite C-Class hero: Saitama!

Guardian T-Shirt – Akibento includes some of the best looking t-shirts.

The colors look fantastic!

A more full look at the shirt. The material is quite comfortable.

This month had a good curation and a great theme for an anime box.

Do you subscribe to Akibento? What did you think about this month?

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