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.
The box is full!
The box is packed with love and care by Leslie!
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!
Captain Marvel Print (£9.99) The Geek Gear licensed exclusive print for this month features the Kree warrior in an art-deco style print!
Carol Danvers is suited up while standing tall, with a bunch of fighter jets surrounding her!
Hero Of Time T-Shirt (£11.99) Here’s a Zelda-inspired black shirt, featuring Link as the Hero of Time!
Like the previous shirts from this box, this one also has a tribal pattern-like design, with different shapes and symbols that represent the game. I actually like this style!
Star Wars Bobba Fett Wallet (£16.99) I also got an item that features the Wookie’s favorite Bounty Hunter. It is packed in a giftable window box that also features some of the characters.
It’s a bi-fold wallet in the form of Boba Fett’s helmet!
There’s plenty of compartments inside the wallet where you can stash bills, cards, and there’s even a zipped one that you can keep some of your spare changes.
Back To The Future Pin Set (£7.99) For this month’s pin, subscribers can get one from the iconic films Jaws and Back to the Future! And I got a set from the latter!
The set contains 2 pieces of one-post pins, supported by butterfly clutches. The back of the packaging also indicated that there are only 9,995 made worldwide.
Each badge is numbered. Mine is 1,115 out of the 9,995, as printed on the back of each badge.
The first pin features the Twin Pines Mall, that later turned to the Lone Pine Mall which is a shopping mall where the design of the other pin, the Delorean Time Machine, was first shown to Marty McFly by Dr. Brown. Perfect for us – we just rewatched all 3 movies!
Batarang Pin (£5.99) Another pin I got from this box is to pay homage to the Dark Knight. It’s based on his throwing weapon, the Batarang!
The box also included a Scratch Card! We’re crossing our fingers as we were scratching this one up!
Bummer! We didn’t win anything, but it was quite fun and heart-throbbing!
Banana Racing Trophy (£7.99) This golden, smiling banana would be a fun addition to your trophy cabinet, or to your figures collection!
It features an opened banana sitting atop of a barrel, and most of it is painted in gold.
Deadpool Mug (£7.99) To cap off this awesome box, we really saved the best for last. And with best, I meant it’s the most special item in this box because it is Deadpool-related!
It’s made of lightweight enamel, but they really had it heavy when it comes to design!
Who wouldn’t love this Red and Black antihero? I definitely love the comic-based designs, complete with thought bubbles, and even SFX!
Next month, this green guy (other than the Hulk!) will grace this month’s box, so we better watch out!
This is really one of the geek boxes to beat, as they always send out high-quality and fantastic items like prints, wearables, and accessories! For this month, my obvious favorite is the Deadpool mug, and that alone makes me love this box! I also got another set of badges and another one in the form of the Batarang which will look good on my pin collections case. I really like the shirt designs that this box is sending me lately, aside from the fact that they’re in black, the tribal-like designs and patterns are awesome. I just missed getting figures which I think are essential in a geek box, so I am crossing my fingers that they’ll include some on the upcoming boxes!