Brick Loot July 2019 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. 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.

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The items came with individual packaging.

I can see a lot of interesting items inside the box!

This month’s theme is GREETINGS FROM SPACE!

Every box comes with an information card that provides a short description of all the items inside.

Everything in my box!

Moon Tools Accessory Pack. Traveling to the moon is not a walk in the park, so you must be prepared at all costs. Featured on this accessory pack are just some of the most common tools you’ll need while exploring the moon. It includes shovel, saw, pick, and even a pair of cameras for documentation.

NASA Astronaut Custom PadPrinted LEGO Minifigure. This month’s featured mini-figure is a cute astronaut from NASA!

The back of the packaging features the Brick Loot Story.

Astronauts are people who are specifically trained to travel in outer space. Their mission is to explore and provide information about all the things they can see outside Earth.

This mini-fig astronaut we got is well detailed. The spacesuit is really awesome.

The pick fits perfectly with the astronaut’s hand. He seems to be ready for his next outer space adventure!

Space Rocket Exclusive 100% LEGO Build Designed by Joe Meno. This month’s featured Lego build was designed by Joe Meno, an artist, advertising director, and a Disney cast member. His favorite theme is building space-related things and robotic models.

The Space Rocket kit includes 54-pieces of exclusive Lego bricks, a pair of stickers, and an instruction manual.

The instruction manual was so detailed, it makes building the space shuttle way much easier.

This space shuttle model brick looks so amazing. It makes a great collector’s item!

Robotics Laboratory. This facility is where all the action happens before the robots are sent to space for their exploration mission. They are primarily built and tested in this facility to see if they are ready for some out-of-this-world adventure. So amazing!

The Robotics Laboratory Kit includes 145 exclusive Lego pieces placed in separate bags, instruction manual, and stickers.

Before anything else, my son browsed the manual first to check if the bricks are complete and also to review the instructions.

Here’s how the Robotics Laboratory looks like when done!

It’s full of robots and high-tech gadgets. This is by far the best and coolest build we’ve received from this subscription!

Aside from the robots, this facility also creates space equipment that you might need for the exploration. It includes a saw, an ax, a pick, and shovel.

These robots remind us of Wall-E!

I’m so glad to see that our Lego city is growing very fast! Brick Loot has been consistent in giving us a bunch of exclusive Lego items for our collection. My kids and I really enjoyed building them, especially this month’s Robotics Laboratory and Space Rocket. The mini-fig astronaut is really cute too! Overall, it was a truly a sensational month that arrived just before the Apollo 11 celebrations, so we were thrilled. Looking forward to more unique and fantastic Lego builds in the future!

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