Lootaku November 2017 Subscription Box Review & Coupon

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Lootaku is a monthly geek subscription box from Hong Kong packed with high-quality geek and gamer items. The subscription costs $49.00 per month + shipping (currently about $17 to the US), and you’ll get 4-6 themed products, like plushies, action figures, memorabilia, etc., to satisfy your geeky cravings monthly – no fillers or promo items!

I like how the outside of the box is beautifully designed. A Chest – Full of Loot!

FYI – Lootaku dropped its price this year, reducing both the cost of the box and the shipping slightly, to the tune of about $7 in the US.

DEAL: Save 5% when you use this link and code DISCOUNT5.

The theme this month is Marvel Civil War (Spider-Man x Iron-Man x Ant-Man).

The item information card, or “Loot Table,” is thick and glossy, with lots of detail. When there are variations, it typically lists each possible variation you might receive!

All the goodies inside my November Lootaku Box! Legit awesome.

Spider-Man Homecoming 1/10 Figure ($22) First up on the Lootaku box is our friendly neighborhood Spiderman from the movie Spiderman Homecoming.

It’s the introductory figure from SEGA and the first of 10 other Spidey figures from the movie.

It comes in 2 detachable pieces: Spidey and the base.

The figure stands at 20 cm (almost 8″).

This figure features the Spiderman standard costume.

The standard is a form-fitting spandex bodysuit, which from the waist down is blue, except for mid-calf boots with a black web pattern on a red background. From the waist up, the fabric is a red-and-black web pattern, except for his back, sides, and insides of his upper arms, which are blue. There is a large red spider outline on his back, and a smaller black spider emblem on his chest.

The details are impressive. The makers did a good job in capturing Spidey’s charm!

He actually looks ready for some web-slinging action!

Iron-Man Led Light Up Mini Figure ($17) After Spidey, here comes another figure to geek out on and to put in our collection. It’s Mark II from Iron Man!

There are 18 suits for this series and you can get a random figure from any of the other Mark models.

The figure comes in 2 detachable parts: the base and the figure itself.

Mark II is the second Iron Man Armor created by Tony Stark and it’s in a basic metallic silver color.

The arms are movable!

It has great detailing! In the series, this armor is composed of a light and strong titanium and chromium alloy that is completely resistant to gunfire and can even endure crashes and attacks from destructive weapons.

The best thing about this figure? Its eyes and arc reactor lights up!

Iron-Man Mark 45 1/10 Figure ($35) It’s another Iron Man figure from this box, but this time it’s a model from Avengers: Age of Ultron!

It’s Mark 45 out of his numerous suits! It also comes from SEGA and the first out of 10 Iron Man figures they will release.

It is the first suit that features the female AI named Friday, who was integrated just in time before the Battle of Sokovia.

The Mark 45 is the first armor to feature a hexagonal outline design for its Chest Repulsor Transmitter (RT).

The Mark 45 has a unique new design, one that is different than any of its predecessors: the hexagonal-shaped indent around the circular Chest RT. The paint scheme is more red than gold. The helmet design is similar to the MK 43 but is more compact and has larger indentations at the top, and the cheek indentations are darker.

The details of this Marvel-licensed figure are superb!

The Mark 45, along with all the other newly built Mark suits, uses a more advanced technology that was based off on the Mark 7’s (VII) technology, where it can wrap itself around Tony’s body without the aid of robotic arms or any external mechanisms.

Ant-Man FFS003 Posed Character ($19) This Ant-man figure is made by King Arts, which is a Hong Kong based company licensed by Marvel.

Ant-man is armed with a helmet that can control ants, and can shrink him down to the size of an insect. 

Here’s our hero, running on a bullet larger than him!

The figure features Ant-man’s original suit. The Ant-Man Suit is a suit created by Hank Pym to maximize the use of the Pym Particles, while also protecting the wearer from the negative side-effects of using Pym Particles.

He may be small but detail-wise, it’s almost the same level as larger figures!

This is yet another great addition to our Marvel action figures!

Marvel fans, rejoice! This is such a great box from Lootaku as it features some of iconic MCU heroes. I love that they included 2 Iron Man figures, there are just too many suit models for this guy and I’m happy to grab 2 from the box! It was really unusual as the figures aren’t from Banpresto, but SEGA and King Arts, and the figures can be classified as rare as Marvel seldomly license figures made in Asia. What a great box for Lootaku subscribers

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