Brick Loot October 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!

I’m seeing lots of interesting things inside the box!

This month’s theme is WEIRD SCIENCE!

The card gives a little description of all the items inside the box.

Everything inside the box!

Fun Pack. Inside this fun pack are some lab accessories for our science lab.

The pack includes a flask, graduated cylinder, and beaker.

Billy The Science Guy. Every month, Brick loot features a mini-figure related with the box theme. This month’s mini-figure is Billy The Science Guy!

Billy is known for making wacky science experiments, which are usually done in their garage and being taped to be uploaded to his Youtube channel.

This mini-figure has cute details, and it can also hold a mini flask! My kids were wild over this!

Circuit Cubes Kit. This kit is an electronic building block set that can be added to any of your other Lego collections.

Check out all the other figures you can build using these info cards. You can build either a flashlight, GOBO flashlight, light tower, or a light mixer.

Everything inside the kit.

It has a rechargeable battery, that can be charged using your regular micro-USB connector.

According to the card, if the light is green then the batteries are charged and if the light is red then it needs to be charged.

The cables are grouped separately. The black one is the micro-USB for charging, and the other two cables are used to light up the circuit cube.

We can also customize our own flashy flashlights using all these plastic tubes, shiny sticker, and plastic lenses.

Here are all the items needed to build the light tower and light mixer.

Some bricks are transparent, making it possible for the light to pass through.

It seems the light tower is almost done. My son really did a great job following the instructions.

This is how the light mixer should look like when you’re done building up the bricks.

See how the light passes through the Legos!

Science Lab. This month’s exclusive Lego build is designed by Tyler Clites.

It comes in a small, transparent packaging. You can see all the Lego bricks inside it.

Inside the container is an instruction manual and a bag of Lego blocks.

Science Laboratory is a facility that provides controlled conditions in which scientific or technological research, experiments, and measurements may be performed and this is really a mini Lego version!

Each and every scientist needs a lab filled with test tubes, beakers, and microscopes.

Billy looks so happy with his new science lab!

All the items in my October Brick loot box!

This month’s Brick Loot was pretty awesome! My kids enjoyed building and playing with the items inside the box, especially the Circuit Cube kit. It’s so versatile and you can build a lot of things using just one kit. We’re really amazed about how detailed everything is, and all of them are high-quality too. 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!

What do you think about Brick Loot?

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