Loot Crate July 2019 Review + Coupons – JOURNEY

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Loot Crate‘s theme for July 2019 is JOURNEYLoot Crate is the original nerd subscription box for geeks & gamers. Every month you’ll get awesome, mostly exclusive geeky pop culture items curated around a theme for $21.99 per month, shipped.

NOTE: All of Loot Crate subscription boxes are experiencing substantial delays. If you subscribe now you run the risk of never receiving boxes. Only subscribe if you are ok with that risk. 

DEAL: Use code SAVE3 for $3 off your first month and HELLOSUBSCRIPTION off longer subscriptions.

Some of the items came in individual boxes.

The box design, as always, looks so awesome!

It’s The Mystery Machine Van from Scooby-Doo!

The sides of the box also show the sides of the van.

The crate also comes with an info card that lists all the items in the box!

Everything inside my July 2019 Loot Crate!

EXCLUSIVE Farscape Sticker. Farscape, the one featured in this first item, is a Sci-Fi television series about an American astronaut who found himself thrown across the universe when an experimental mission went bad. He then teamed up with a group of rebels who joined an intergalactic battle and tries to find a way back to Earth. You can use this sticker as a decoration on your ride and let others know that you have another cool ride, which is a Leviathan, a cool-looking bio-mechanoid ship!

EXCLUSIVE Scooby Doo Pin. To commemorate Scooby Doo’s 50 years, here’s a cool pin that features his favorite, a box of Scooby Snacks!

The Scooby Snacks box has the same colors as the gang’s Mystery Van! These snacks of biscuits or wafers are used to bribe Scooby and Shaggy!

Aquaman Challenge Coin. This was part of the April 2019 SHOWDOWN themed Loot Crate, but due to shipping delays, I only got it just now from this box! The coin is placed inside a black stringed pouch with an Aquaman and crest printed in white.

The coin features the Atlantean and Protector of the Deep on one side, and behind him is his family crest. The other side of the coin has his arch-rival and supervillain, Black Manta.

ORIGINAL Spider-Man T-Shirt. The shirt for this month has the friendly neighborhood superhero, Spiderman, and he’s swinging on his web!

The gray shirt’s print looks like a promotional shirt that encourages everyone to visit Spidey’s place, Queens.

EXCLUSIVE Fallout Brotherhood of Steel Power Armor Figure. For this month’s figure, I got a full Brotherhood of Steel Power Armor! This is basically the finished Power Armor from Fallout Crate with a different paint job.

The figure also comes with a rustic attachable base.

The T-60 series of powered combat infantry armor entered service after the conclusion of the Battle of Anchorage, mere months before the nuclear apocalypse. The T-60 was rapidly deployed and extensively used by the U.S. Army in all theaters. Deployments of military units in T-60 power armor included the domestic front, enforcing order in the nation. By the Great War it was considered to be the most advanced model of power armor to see extensive use.

The suit is heavily armored! I also like the paint job on this figure and how detailed it looks, it’s like the armor’s taken out of the game itself and turned into a figure that I can display on my shelves!

EXCLUSIVE Scooby-Doo Blacklight Poster. Another item that commemorates Scooby’s 50 years with the gang is this Blacklight poster! I love the neon colors on this poster, just imagine how Scooby, Shaggy, Daphne, Fred, and Velma would look in the dark using a blacklight! It’s awesome!

The box came super late, but still, the contents are awesome! I love the Spidey shirt and the Scooby-Doo 50 years items. The Power Armor from Fallout 4 is another cool addition to my collection of gaming figures, and I really love its rustic look. Also, I finally got my Aquaman challenge coin! I am still looking forward to my next boxes and I hope that Loot Crate catches up soon!

What did you think of this month’s Loot Crate?

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