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 ABRACADABRA!
The card gives a little description of all the items inside the box.
Everything inside the box!
Minifigure Sticker Sheet. This sticker sheet features the Lego version of different city workers like the Businessman, Grocery Worker, Baker Pizza Man, Hotel Chef, and a lot more. You can easily stick it to any of your mini figure Lego to transform it into a city worker!
BONUS: Magic Kit. This is what makes Brick Loot outstanding, the inclusion of bonus items! This magic kit contains a number of items which enables you to perform over 15 tricks.
Inside the box is a small plastic container containing all the stuff to be used for the magic tricks.
All the items inside the box!
This manual explains all the tricks!
My son tried them, including the Baffling Boomerangs trick, and he definitely had fun!
Card Enthusiast – Custom Pad Printed 100% LEGO Minifigure. Every magician has their own specialization, and this one we got is the master of all card tricks!
Mr. Card Enthusiast mini-figure is so detailed!
He’s wearing black pants, white long sleeves, and a black hat.
Magic Hat. An exclusive Lego build, this Magic Hat is built and designed by Joe Meno. He’s an advertising art director, an artist, and a Disney Cast Member. He loves building, especially space-themed and robotic models.
This exclusive collection consists of 70 pieces of Lego bricks and a building manual.
We all know what animal usually comes out inside the Magic Hat… a rabbit!
A little reminder – make sure that each bricks are locked-in properly to fully enjoy this classic Magic Hat!
Magic Cube. It’s a folding cube that can be played and inter-changed, a cube that can play tricks on the eyes and can also be a great fidget toy. Interesting this set contained both LEGO pieces and other bricks. Maybe a first for this box!
This Magic Cube contains 48 pieces of Lego and non-Lego items, plus a detailed instruction manual.
It consists of a number of bars and hinges combined together to form an inter-changeable cube.
At first we thought this Magic Cube is complicated to build, but we were wrong, it really is way much easier. My kids finished building it in no time!
This month’s Brick Loot is magical! My kids and I really enjoyed all the items inside the box, especially the Magic Kit which we quickly read and tried. Their Jurassic World Lego collection last month was amazing and they definitely did a great job by following it with this Abracadabra-themed box. Overall, this is a great subscription for both young and old Lego enthusiasts! The builds in this box have been a great addition to our growing brick world!
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