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Brick Loot June 2015 Subscription Box Review

Recently, I received a surprise Brick Loot June 2015 subscription box at my doorstep. I first did a review when they first launched at the end of last year. I had some mixed feelings about it since it was advertised as “a monthly box subscription company geared towards LEGO and BRICK Lovers” but I didn’t expect that it would include some clone brands.

BrickLoot June 2015

Let’s just jump into the box and see what we get. This month’s brick Loot box is called Brickasaurus Park to celebrate the release of Jurassic World in theaters. Since this is a non-paid review, I’m going to give my full honest opinion on it from a typical LEGO fan’s perspective.

BrickLoot June 2015

BrickLoot June 2015

BrickLoot June 2015

The first thing I noticed was the custom Nerdasaurus Rex build by our good friend Tommy Williamson of BrickNerd. As you can see, it’s a pretty cute and nerdy T-Rex. In my eyes, this was one of the few things that interested me as LEGO purists wouldn’t like to see what else is included in the box besides one other item.

BrickLoot June 2015

BrickLoot June 2015

BrickLoot June 2015

BrickLoot June 2015

BrickLoot June 2015

The next thing is a Nanoblock set NBA_010 featuring a Stegosaurus and a Tyrannosaurus Rex. Currently this set retails for $26.99 on Amazon. Nanoblock is a clone brand that has a similar design of LEGO bricks in a smaller scale.

BrickLoot June 2015

Next up are some items that I honestly do not want to mix in with my LEGO bricks. These are some buildable animals that are clearly Chinese knock-offs by a company going by Wange Toys or Wange Industrial Co. … Continue

Brick Loot December 2014 Subscription Box Review

Monthly subscription boxes are all the rage right now and there’s a new business called Brick Loot. This is “a monthly box filled with unique, custom and never-before-seen items that work with LEGO bricks and custom building.”

December 2014 Brick Loot

For a little back story of what Brick Loot is, it was created by 9 year old Parker Krex. He’s been a LEGO fan since he was a young child and had an idea to sell his non-LEGO toys and that’s when Brick Loot was created.

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We’ve recently received a press copy of the December 2014 subscription box to show you what you can expect to get in these Brick Loot boxes. Inside these boxes, there are LEGO and LEGO compatible products that you may or may not find in your local stores.

December 2014 Brick Loot

The first and biggest item that you can find in the Brick Loot is a Nanoblock P-51 Mustang. If you haven’t heard of it before, Nanoblock is a line of construction toys which have similar design of LEGO bricks but in a smaller scale. The P-51 Mustang set states that it’s over 480 pieces and retails for about $45 if not on sale.

December 2014 Brick Loot

December 2014 Brick Loot

The next item is a Brick Popper which allows you to easily remove LEGO bricks similar to the official LEGO brick seperator but this one also removes other types construction bricks. This little tool retail for $7.99 on their website.

December 2014 Brick Loot

December 2014 Brick Loot

Oyo Sports has teamed up with Brick Loot to bring you an exclusive item. If you haven’t heard of Oyo Sports, … Continue

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