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.
This month’s theme is Space Battle!
The card gives a little description of all the items inside the box.
Everything inside the box!
Astronaut Academy Cadet 100% LEGO Minifigure. This month’s featured mini-figure is a cadet astronaut from Astronaut Academy!
It’s a detailed mini-figure lego with a space helmet and a white space suit.
Oxygen ready! Space gear complete! Cadet Astronaut is ready for take off!
Doctor Who Micro-Figures In Display Brix. Also included in the box is a Doctor Who micro-figure. For those who are not familiar, Doctor Who is a British sci-fi series that depicts the adventures of Time Lord, an extraterrestrial being who uses his time-travelling spaceship to save civilization and help people in need.
This micro-figure lego consists of four different parts: the head, body, skirt, and feet.
Meet Amy Ponds, the featured lego character from Doctor Who. Amy is the companion of The Doctor in his eleventh incarnation.
Micro Classic Space Base Exclusive 100% LEGO Build. This Lego figure designed by Chris Maddison is a 100% LEGO build exclusively for Brickloot subscribers. Chris is an lowa based brick artist who builds sci-fi, medieval, and pop culture-themed creations.
The pack includes a manual and 55 pieces of exclusive Lego bricks.
Space Station is a spacecraft, designed to remain in space for a great period of time. It is used as a docking station for all spaceships to refill their vehicle, transport crew members, and even works as a research platform.
This space station is so detailed. It even has a satellite disk, a service and command module, and of course the docking station. It looks really awesome!
Starfighter Fleet. To complete this month’s space-themed Lego stash, we received six space vehicles, the Starfighter fleet!
Each box had a manual and a pack containing all the parts. According to the manual, the ships can be assembled in two different ways depending on your preference.
The first ship we assembled is the PK-Wing starfighter.
It’s a blue-colored fighter ship with two large boosters that can surpass the speed of sound and powerful weapons to deal with foes.
The next ship is Imperial Striker.
This ship doesn’t contain boosters to fly fast but it is heavily armed with two laser guns and a huge cannon to pulverize the enemies!
Azure Air Fighter is the third battleship we are assembling.
Azure Fighter is more like the combination of the first two ships we had earlier. It has a single booster at the back with three ferocious weapons in front.
The fourth starfighter ship we got is Star Wing Cruiser.
The most fearsome ship to fight with, as it has the ability to go stealth mode and you won’t notice this ship until you received its first blow, which maybe is too late!
The next ship we built is a green indestructible ship, Tank Striker!
Following the most fearsome battleship is the most durable among the six. Tank Striker is so strong that it can withstand almost all the weapon ever created!
Last but not the least among the six battleships is Star Enforcer.
This ship features only one weapon on hand, but this elongated weapon works like a sniper which can definitely destroy any enemy in-sight even from the other end of the galaxy. The others maybe fast, durable, and even stealth but nothing beats a ship you can’t even reach.
This month’s Brick Loot is definitely one of the best, if not the best, curation we ever had. My kids and I really went crazy when we saw all the items in this month’s box especially the Starfighter Fleet. We’re very excited to build each ship and have some inter-galactic fun at home! We also learned a lot of things while building the space station, we even went as far as researching each and every part of a real space station, and the theme was perfect for kicking off FIRST Lego League if you’re involved with that this year. Overall, this is a great subscription for both young and old Lego enthusiasts!
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