Brick Loot is a monthly subscription box filled with LEGO-compatible items, bricks, and brick building accessories for LEGO fans. Every themed 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. Usually you can expect a custom mini-fig, two or more custom builds, and lighting or other customization products.
You know it’s gonna be good when we start right out of the gate with a helicopter build!
Everything inside the box!
This month’s theme is EMERGENCY RESCUE!
Every box includes a card that provides a little description of all the items inside the box.
Most boxes have a lighting item of some kind. This is the first I’ve noticed the inclusion of a (presumedly new) Brick Loot branded product, the LED Light Linx.
You can now light up your Lego city using Light Linx. They’re available in a variety of colors.
Medical Tile Pack. Inside this Lego medical kit are tools and medicine-themed bricks to treat their patients.
The kit includes a copy of an X-ray result, band-aid, transcription, medicine logo, and capsule.
LED Light Linx. This latest brick from Brick Loot allows you to add a twist to your creation.
It’s a USB-powered brick with built-in LED lights at the back connected by a series of string.
These string connectors are thin yet durable. It’s also long enough to connect it to your laptop while building your bricks in a distance.
Here are the LED lights attached at the back of the bricks.
The color of the LED light we got is white.
It’s quite bright!
Doctor McBillund. This month’s mini-figure is Dr. McBillund. He’s a great doctor that specializes in the diagnoses and treatment of all mini-figures, young and old.
Like any other monthly mini-figure, this one is detailed!
Doc In A Box. Another great addition to my mini city! This Doc In A Box is a neighborhood clinic and pharmacy center.
The box contains 195 pieces of exclusive Lego bricks, stickers, and an instruction manual.
This Doc in A Box building looks awesome.
The room is filled with a lot of pharmaceutical equipment to diagnose every possible illness.
The building is detailed, it even has its own fire hydrant and light post.
From the back, it looks pretty colorful.
Air Ambulance. This Lego build is designed by Tyler Clites exclusively for Brick Loot.
The kit comes in a transparent-laminated container.
Inside the kit are 64 pieces of Lego bricks, a rope, and an instruction manual.
My kids were so excited, they immediately built the Helicopter – Air Ambulance!
Air Ambulance is a special air transport that provides medical assistance and evacuation.
They are also often used to move patients over long distances. In some circumstances, they are used to search for missing or wanted people.
This Lego Air Ambulance is equipped with highly specialized apparatus like ECG’s, ventilators, CPR, and stretcher!
It looks like Dr. McBillund is called for another emergency that needs swift action.
Dr. McBillund, ready for take-off! He’s his own pilot!
Brick Loot is an amazing subscription for Lego enthusiasts, young and old alike! They offer exclusive Lego designs, making it really worth trying. Everything inside this box is of high-quality, but what stands out the most for me is the Air Ambulance. Overall, it was a great month and we’re really happy to see our Lego collection grow!
What do you think about Brick Loot?