Loot Sci-Fi Review + Coupon – October 2020 BACK TO THE FUTURE

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Loot Sci-Fi is a Loot Crate subscription for sci-fi fans! For $39.99 every quarter, each box will feature a full franchise takeover by the best science fiction movies, shows, or games. Some of the items you might receive are collectibles, apparel, home goods, and more merchandise that you can’t get from anywhere else, with a $60+ value! The crate ships to US, UK, Canada, and other parts of the world!

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The items arrive in a simple black box with Loot Sci-Fi branding.

They’re neatly packed! The theme for this month is BACK TO THE FUTURE.

The box also includes an info card.

The flip side of the info card lists all the items included in this box, with photos.

Everything in my box!

Puffer Vest Koozie. This koozie is inspired by Marty McFly’s puffer vest! I’m really happy with its design and it really looks like the one in the movie, there’s even a Back to the Future logo on it.

This is indeed a gret item to keep my drinks cold!

Delorean Decal. Here’s a decal of the popular car from the movie! The DeLorean sportscar was the only automobile manufactured by DMC. It became more popular when it was used as a time machine in the movie Back to the Future.

Twin Pines Thermochromic Mug. Here’s an interesting item that brought back memories from the movie, a Twin Pines mug! It has an amazing concept with the help of its thermochromic capability.

This is an important location in the movie! Its name was changed from Twin Pines Mall to Lone Pine Mall because Marty accidentally ran over the farmer’s pines when he went back in time. This is also the location where Doc was shot by Libyan terrorists.

When not in use, the mug is in plain black.

The design changes as the mug is exposed to hot temperature, revealing the logo of Lone Pine Mall!

1:16 a.m. is the exact time Marty and Doc agreed to meet at Twin Pines This way, they were also able to check if the time machine worked.

“A Match Made In Space” T-Shirt. The geeky tee features A Match Made in Space, the first novel made by George McFly.

The print is the same artwork of the book’s cover and the image was inspired by George’s dream back in 1955 wherein he saw an extraterrestrial named “Darth Vader”, asking him to ask Lorraine Baines-McFly to a dance. He didn’t have any idea that it was just his son Marty wearing a radiation suit!

Flux Capacitor Lunch Box. I can now pack my food in style! The design of this lunchbox is the core component of Dr. Emmett Brown’s time machine. Doc said that this part is the key to successfully accomplish time travel.

It has a huge space inside. Enough to provide a decent meal for a quick time travel!

Enchantment Under The Sea Poster Print. I also received a replica of the poster from the Enchantment Under the Sea event.

This is one of the most important events in the movie. Marty McFly’s parents had their first kiss and fell in love with each other in this occasion.

Back To The Future Autograph Poster. A signed poster of Claudia Wells is also included in my box. She played Jennifer Parker, Marty McFly’s girlfriend in the movie. She is indeed one of the prettiest faces that I have seen!

Opening this quarter’s Loot Sci-Fi box is like using a time machine! The Back to the Future theme is perfect as the trilogy celebrates its 35th year anniversary. The items brought back a lot of memories from the movie and I really loved them all. Among all the items, my favorite is definitely the puffer vest koozie, as it’s the most useful for me. The signed poster of Claudia Wells was also nice and a nice addition to my collection. This subscription is really perfect for people like me who love science fiction movies!

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