Brick Loot January 2018 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: Use code HELLO15 to save 15% on your entire subscription! OR use code KIDCEO to save $5 on your first box!

This month’s theme is WELCOME BACK TO BRICK CITY!

The card gives a little description of everything in the box.

Everything inside the box!

An info card about Brick Journal is also included.

Exclusive Art Print By Greg Hyland. The design resembles a movie poster featuring the Carrot Dealer, a custom LEGO mini-figure. It was created by Greg Hyland, a writer, illustrator, designer and storyboard artist for The Lego Group.

Mobile Phone Store. This figure came with LEGO parts, instructions, and stickers needed to complete the set up.

Here’s what the finished product looks like. It’s a little mobile phone store, so adorable!

Brick Blox Tape. This 3-feet long tape is made of non-toxic silicone. You can use it to build LEGOs upside-down, around corners and even on walls!

I received it in red. The tape is easy to stick and to remove when needed.

We tried using it with the mini city store and it was awesome!

Carrot Dealer Custom Lego Minifigure. This month’s mini-figure is a man in a carrot costume.

This carrot dealer comes with his own signage of the Veggie Town USA. I can just imagine him spinning his sign out on the freeway!

Without the costume, this guy is wearing a long sleeved white and green shirt with an astronaut print.

Exclusive 100% LEGO Build Designed By Kyle Domutz. Here is another exclusive item from Brick Loot, a small urban garden! It can stand on its own or it can be a great addition to a brick house that you’ve built.

The pieces are packaged in a small self sealing plastic pouch. It also included an easy-to-follow instruction sheet.

It’s small and compact, but very detailed.

It comes with red and purple roses and green plants. Since it’s an urban garden, there’s a concrete pathway.

Mini City Vegetable Market. Another cute addition to our LEGO city is this vegetable market. It’s a small stall complete with vegetables, signages, and even store decor.

As usual, the parts arrived in separate plastic packaging and there’s a detailed instruction sheet.

The parts are really tiny so it will help if you have a small container where you can put everything first to avoid them from getting lost. If you’re 7.

Here is the final product!

I like how detailed the store is!

On top of the store is a huge orange carrot. The carrot dealer is a great match for this set!

Take a look at those tiny vegetables in the crates!

You can attach the sets to make a big city, plus attach it to previous city sets!

Brick Loot is such a great subscription for LEGO enthusiasts/AFOL because everything they send are fun and high-quality. This month, we received three new additions to our own LEGO city, a mini-figure, and a brick tape. I’m just really happy to see our LEGO collection grow and I can’t wait to see it completed!

What do you think about Brick Loot?

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