Loot Crate DX February 2019 Subscription Box Review & Coupon

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Loot Crate DX is a deluxe monthly subscription box from Loot Crate. It’s themed with the regular Loot Crate theme, except it contains premium next level loot for discerning geeks! It’s like a special edition box from Loot Crate – every month!

DEAL: Use coupon code HELLOSUBSCRIPTION to save $5 on your first month! See our Loot Crate DX reviews to check out prior boxes!

There’s a sticker on the box that says “I do not standby in the presence of evil.”

All the items are neatly packed inside the box!

There’s a $60 gift card you can use at Hello Fresh.

But you can just visit and subscribe using this link and still get $60 off your first 3 boxes, $20 each box schedule.

The box comes with a tri-fold booklet.

The theme this month is TRANSFORMATION DX!

The booklet gives you a list of all the items in the box. It’s super sturdy and has a nice premium feel.

At the back of the booklet, There’s aa Loot Crate Directory, and also an ad about how you can score a Mega Crate!

Everything in my box!

The Transformers Pin. The pin for this month features a G1 Devastator, a Decepticon combiner, and an immensely powerful warrior. Devastator was created after his component Constructicons were brainwashed using the Robosmasher, and served as a Decepticon weapon through the years, even as later combiners eroded his edge.

The Devastator was composed of 6 robots: Scrapper as his right leg, Hook as the upper body, Bonecrusher as his left arm, his lower body is composed of Long Haul, Mixmaster serves as his left leg, and Scavenger as his right arm.

Avatar: The Last Airbender Art Print. We can see Aang manipulating the 4 elements in this cool art print made by Michael Matsumoto. Aside from being a cool art, the print glows in the dark too!

Power Rangers Incredibuild. The kit features a DIY customizable 3D wooden model based on Green Ranger’s Dragonzord!

The model, after completion, stands at a whopping 7 inches. You can also color or paint the model however you want.

Aside from the punch-out laser-cut wood pieces, the kit also includes an 11 x 17 inches colorful poster of the Dragonzord and an easy-to-follow step by step building instruction.

The puzzle has an interlocking joint technology that creates a solid, free-standing wood model, without the need for any glue, adhesives, or tools to keep it together!

It is made of eco-friendly, FSC certified wood.

It’s really a must have for any avid Mighty Morphin Power Rangers fan! I think this will look good painted!

Iron Man T-Shirt Hoodie. Illustrated by Jesse Sanz, this awesome t-shirt hoodie features the transformation of the billionaire, playboy, philanthropist Tony Stark with his first ever suit, the Mark 1!

The shirt is cool, but seeing this black stain isn’t. Loot Crate promised to send us a replacement.

It even labeled all the parts of the suit, and even Tony himself! The “perfect hair” and “expensive watch” got me!

Wondering what these Japanese characters mean? They just mean “Ironman”!

Alita: Battle Angel Figure. Loot Crate already sent me Alita Battle Angel Figures, and I believe I got one that looks like this from the January 2019 Loot Crate box. For this month’s figure, I got a Motorball Competitor Alita Battle Angel Figure, with a grayscale paint job.

Alita was found in pieces and was rebuilt by a cybernetics doctor. She awakens in a future world without any memory of her past. Also, this figure was originally included in the November 2018 Loot Anime box, but wasn’t able to make it, so here it is, FINALLY!

The figure is in black and white! It’s cool as it reminds me of Manga artworks! Alita here is riding a motorball as she also competes in this Iron City’s most popular and dangerous sports.

Motorball is a cross between gladiatorial combat and speed skating. It serves as a stress reliever to most people because while watching, they forget the despair of their situation. Also, the main goal of each race is to carry a heavy motorball across the finish line or to be the last player standing.

Look at Alita’s big eyes that reminded me of dolls like Barbies and the Bratz!

Most of the contents of this month’s box adhere to the theme TRANSFORMATION. They show how the characters or superheroes transformed into what they are known and popular for these days. I like the Dragonzord 3D wood model, it’s fun to assemble and the final product is fantastic! I also like the poster that comes with the model. The Avatar print is amazing, and it really looks cool in the dark. The Alita figure is awesome as well. I like the Ironman shirt as it depicts how cool Tony Stark is, and it also features his very first suit creation, however, I don’t know why the wearables that I get from this box always have some stain on them. Overall, it’s a cool box but I still think that DX needs to step up and improve when it comes to the contents of their box to meet the value it should have. Yes, the items are cool, some are really for collectors, and some are items that a fan should get their hands on, but still, I find the other inclusions lacking those.

What did you think of Loot Crate DX this month?

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