Introducing Brick Loot, a great monthly subscription box option for your Lego fan! Their box is filled with 4-8 items of handpicked items from all over the world! These are the newest and coolest brick building products for you to collect. Want to know more about this company? Check out their about us page!
Cost: As low as $25.00/month (with an annual subscription)
We have four different boxes to show you today to give you an idea of the consistency of the quality you will receive each month.
In July, the theme was “Home of the Brave” which is very fitting since today is Veteran’s Day.
This kit is a WWI Model T Ambulance which included 100% Lego bricks. It is an exclusive Brick Loot build and I think it’s pretty amazing! I”m thinking you could get that Veteran or active military family member or friend to help you build it.
The next item is this Moc Bomber which is a 55 piece brick building set.
Another great build is this 112-piece Mobil Missile Defense.
To go with all the other military stuff, they included this MEGA Weapons Pack with 86 weapons and accessories. Pretty Cool!
This exclusive art print was included. It is by Greg Hyland who is a writer, designer, illustrator and storyboard artist for the LEGO Group. It appears to be Wonder Woman.
This is “Wounded Will,” a custom Brick Loot build made of 100% LEGO bricks.
The final item in the July Box was this set of stickers.
That was just for July!
In August, the theme was “Brickmoji” and I”m thinking this was in honor of the Emoji Movie that came out over the summer.
The first item was this head case. This is a very small head case that might store some of your mini-figures or small accessories.
Next, we have Mr. Cool Brick-Moji with is a 92-piece exclusive Brick Loot build made with 100% LEGO bricks.
This brick case was also included and could be used as more storage for your small accessories. You can also build on the outside of the case. Maybe a good travel companion?
Next, we have Mr. Brickmoji with his different faces for however he is feeling today. Very clever!
Take a look at this tile pack that was included. It’s all Emojied out!
This art print shows that even Big Foot can use emojis! Love it!
How about a pair of Brick Loot shades?
The final item in the August Brick Loot was this set of stickers. They are just the right size to decorate your Head Case.
The September theme was Titanic Voyage.
This 58-piece Great Shark build is made of 100% LEGO bricks.
This mini baseplate is 16×16. Just enough to make some small creations out of bricks.
Also included is this mini-figure, Capt. I.C. Berg. Now that’s an appropriate name!
Captain I.C. Berg needed a ship, so they also included this 194-piece Titanic Build.
The final item in this September Box was 40 facts about the Titanic. I thought that was pretty cool. Everyone needs to know more about the Titanic.
October had a “Monster Mash” theme (of course they did, it’s Halloween time, right?).
This is another art print by Greg Hyland featuring Frankenstein.
The next item was this 90-piece Spooky Manor build (made with 100% LEGO pieces).
This Lego CITY ATV set was included in this box. I’m not sure how it ties into the theme but it’s pretty cool that it was included.
Then we have Bones, the skeleton, minifigure.
This LED light kit would go great with any Halloween build (or any build for that matter).
Also, great for Halloween is this Spooky Coffin with color-changing LED.
Apparently, slime and gooey things are in!
The final item in the October box was this keyring for Tinkerbots and it also came with a Tinkerbots coupon.
So, there you have it! 4 months of Brick Loot. What do you think? We think this box is really creative, unique, and we love the themes. If you want to get this box each month, head over to their website and sign up.
It looks like the next theme is “Bricks Rock!” and it ships December 10th.
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