It’s time for another Loot Crate unboxing! October’s theme is “Time” — and includes a bunch of cool exclusive items!
If you’re new here, Loot Crate is a monthly subscription box for fans of gamer/geek culture. Every month you’ll get a box packed with 6-8 items that can include toys, gear, snacks, hardware, art, accessories, and more! (They’ve even been sending limited edition Loot Crate exclusive items!) Boxes are $19.37/month (price includes shipping), or less with longer subscriptions.
Okay, let’s see what’s inside the October 2015 Loot Crate!
A look inside! — It’s Doc!
October’s mini mag/info booklet featured costume guides for Marty McFly and Bill & Ted, an interview with the Loot Crate product team, and more — including the cool fold-out poster above.
Exclusive Back to the Future Dr. Emmett Brown Funko POP! Figure – Cool! — A Loot Crate exclusive figure of Doc Brown from the clock tower scene in the original Back to the Future film. I think I watched that movie like 8376 times as a kid, so I’m kinda lovin’ this figure. The non-exclusive version has Doc holding a remote, but I personally think this one is a lot cooler.
Exclusive Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure T-Shirt – I honestly don’t remember much about this movie, but I do know they said “Excellent!” a lot. Hence, their excellent adventure and the phrase on the shirt above (which is ridiculously soft, by the way.)
Exclusive Doctor Who Sonic Spork – I’m 100% clueless when it comes to Doctor Who, so I don’t know the significance of a “sonic spork”, but here it is. While I’m not a fan of the show, I’m certainly a fan of eating, so… can’t go wrong with a spork.
Exclusive Back to the Future Part II Hoverboard Replica – A hoverboard! This is what Marty McFly rode back in 1989 to travel into the future — to October 21, 2015 — the very day that my Loot Crate was delivered. Very cool. This little replica includes a certificate of authenticity and a swanky mirrored base.
While there were only 4 items in October’s Loot Crate, it was most definitely a “quality over quantity” situation. Every single item was an exclusive, which was great — plus no fillers! Due to said exclusivity, I couldn’t do a cost breakdown, but I think it’s pretty clear that this was well worth the cost of the $20/month subscription.
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