After a little pause, I’m back with some reviews! I do love to get subscription boxes and this May’s Colossal Crate has been no exception!
It’s time for me to review the Gaming Colossal Crate from April 2017! This one was also packed with a lot of great stuff, so continue reading to find out!
It has been a couple of months since MyGeekBox released a new type of subscription box, My Geek Box Lite. If you don’t want to spend money on the regular My Geek Box, the Lite version is cheaper and offers 3-4 items. I ordered a 6 month subscription because at the time there was a sale and each box was only around $5. Since there were only 3 items in the December Lite box, this article is going to be a bit shorter. But no worries, keep on reading and learn how to enter my Valentine’s Day giveaway! Continue Reading
My name is Ian (aka EBoy87) and my good friend Dana has kindly allowed me to do a review of the August Zbox from Zavvi.
This is my first ever monthly subscription for a product like this. I have thought about getting something like this in the past but unfortunately I’ve never really been able to afford one. However I was given a code for a special offer for the Zbox so I decided to take full advantage of it.
And I’m glad I did! Continue Reading
At the end of May I got an email that my next Infinity Crate for June was dispatched. I thought that maybe they messed up and sent it by accident because I clearly remember cancelling my 1 month subscription (which was a test, you can find the May crate review here). Lo and behold a week or so later I actually got the box and it was a mistake on my part because I cancelled it only after I paid for the June one.
I really can’t complain, it’s a win/win situation for me. As always, I’m here for you guys to give my unbiased and honest opinion on the contents. Let’s get on it! Continue Reading
In my quest of searching for more geeky subscription boxes, I’ve had a rather tough time. Boxes I’d love to try don’t ship to my country, so I have to search really hard. However, I have came across Infinity Crates. This UK based service offers a few options – Classic Crate, Premium Crate, Kids Crate and T-shirt only Crate. Continue Reading
My good friend R., who is a long term Loot Crate subscriber, offered me to test one out for free. So I did and ordered the Loot Crate for February 2016. February’s theme was aptly named ‘dead’ and I will tell you why in a moment (I feel like the image above is descriptive enough though).
For those of you who are not familiar with Loot Crate, it’s basically a subscription service, where you can get geeky gaming gear and merchandise. You can pick among several of Loot Crates to subscribe to (for example the standard Loot Crate, Loot Crate Anime for anime merchandise, Loot Crate Pets with stuff for your dog, Loot Crate Gaming, etc.). Every month there’s a special theme but you don’t know what is in the box that will arrive to your doorstep until you open it. Continue Reading