Geek Gear Box September 2018 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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GeekGear is a UK subscription box for geeks and gamers. You’ll receive one box a month filled with gear according to the monthly theme. Items include licensed and exclusive merchandise, plus other surprises. The current price of this subscription is £19.99 plus £5.99 shipping to the US – about $37 shipped.

Everything is wrapped in a black tissue paper with the Geek Gear logo.

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A tri-fold pamphlet is included, which gives more information about this month’s box contents.

It gives you a full list of all the items in your box.

Everything in my box!

Comic Socks (£5.99) This is an exclusive item featuring the sounds that the characters make in cartoons or in comic strips.

The unisex design and color can be worn by anyone.

It’s very comfortable to wear and made of durable material. Fun classic comics onomatopoeia!

Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Notebook (£9.99) It’s a good collectible for Zelda gaming fans.

It looks like a book that came out from the game. The key design and captions are in gold.

This hardbound book has everything an ideal journal would have. Just look at the fantastic embossed design.

It features an elastic loop for closure and pencil/pen loop so you won’t lose it. Even the back of the notebook has an embossed design.

You can see the beautiful print upon opening with logo and lined paper or your writing ease.

On top of all the features, this notebook also has a yellow bookmark so you won’t lose a page.

There’s also a print of link with his signature climbing at Hyrule mountain inside of the back cover, and it’s a nice little pocket. See? I told you it has everything.

Doctor Who Framed Print (£9.99) This is another Geek Gear licensed exclusive item which is a worthy collectible for people who likes framed art.

The print art features Doctor Who’s time-traveling spaceship called TARDIS that has the British Police Box exterior.

The frame looks thin in front but is actually thick and sturdy. It would be nice if it has a stand or a hook but I’m not complaining. We LOVE that it’s already framed!

Long Sleeve T-Shirt (£14.99) They featured another long sleeve! The color scheme and the illustrated image of characters’ silhouettes look mysterious!

The series started way back 1963 and Doctor Who is played by many actors because of the plot concept of regeneration. I think the design shows the silhouette of Peter Capaldi as he finished his portrayal for three years and passed the reigns to Jodie Whittaker. The shirt design also features the key adversaries like Cyberman and Daleks.

It’s a huge cardboard roll with an art piece inside.

Signed Artist Poster (£9.99) It’s a thick black paper rolled inside so we had to straighten it out for a while. You can see the signature of Paul Tonner at the lower left corner and the design features the colorful world and main characters of Deadpool 2.

I’m amazed by the color and the superb quality of this art piece and impressed by the paper quality vs US geek subscriptions!

Canvas Map (£11.99) This isn’t really a canvas, but a silky fabric banner, but I’m not complaining.

The final season is near. This is an accurate reference if you want to go binge-watch the series. You won’t be confused as far as the locations are concerned.

Perfect for our THRONES room!

I’m excited about the next box! It will surely be gory as the next month’s hint is Walking Dead.

Well, any combination with the long sleeve shirt and we already got our money’s worth. I love all the items! I’m glad they included the 100% cotton long sleeve shirt for the colder months. The unisex socks are comfortable as well. The art pieces, especially the print of Deadpool 2 are truly special. As for the Zelda notebook, it has so many extras that you can’t ask for more. This month’s box hit a lot of high notes.

What do you think of this month’s Geek Gear box?

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