BRICKBOX is a subscription box that sends you a collection of brick/LEGO toys and accessories every month.
Each box will feature a different theme with an assortment of authentic brick sets, mini figures, accessories, and more. You can also receive t-shirts, gadgets, stickers, and various other bricks/LEGO-related items. Custom items may be included as well.
Subscriptions start at $13.99 for the “Loot” box (includes mini figure & accessories), $19.99 for the “Mini” box, and $29.99 for the “Classic” box.
Let’s see what’s in the September 2015 BRICKBOX Classic Box!
The package was wrapped in brown kraft paper and shipped from Canada.
The box itself was white with a big BRICKBOX logo on top.
A peek inside. — There was no info card, but it was obvious from the contents that September’s box was ninja-themed!
LEGO Ninjago Lava Falls Set – This little ninja-themed set has an impressive 94 pieces! Your little one can recreate his/her favorite scenes from the NINJAGO Masters of Spinjitzu TV show using the included figures and accessories. Set features mini figures “Cole” and “Slevin”.
LEGO Ninjago Retractable Pen – I thought this was just a large figure at first, but nope — it’s a pen too! Just rip this guy’s head off, and you’ve got yourself a handy dandy writing instrument. Cool. 😉
BRICKBOX Mini Figure & Accessories – A white custom ninja mini-figure was included, along with a bag of accessories.
FaBiOX – This little plastic case is the perfect size to display your mini figures. They’re stackable too!
LEGO Mixels Spugg Building Toy – I’ve never heard of Mixels, but it looks like they’re from a Cartoon Network show (or ARE a Cartoon Network show?). Either way, this set has 51 pieces and the finished creature features a rotating head, pointy tongue, 4 legs, translucent elements and posable joints.
BRICKBOX Personalized Keychain – How cool! My very own “Wendy” LEGO keychain! I totally wasn’t expecting a personalized item. Nice!
BRICKBOX is clearly an awesome subscription box for any LEGO/brick fan. I love that they included both licensed LEGO products, as well as cool custom pieces. I didn’t do a cost breakdown for each item, but I’d say the value is definitely there… Especially considering the customization/personalization factor.Browse more Kids Boxes in my Subscription Box Directory
September 2015 BRICKBOX Review
A fun box for LEGO fans both young and old! The mix of both licensed and custom pieces make this a unique box and the personalized keychain was a nice surprise.
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.