The latest Loot Crate haul is all about being the Master Builder. I was very curious to see what would be inside with that theme and they definitely knew what they were doing here. From LEGOS to Tetris, to my childhood favorite, Power Rangers, this box has it all as the company celebrates having built Loot Crate five years ago and all of its success ever since. Great tie-in theme for celebrating five years of making and sharing awesome stuff! So what’s inside the box this month?
Loot Crate is a monthly mystery crate for gamers, geeks and fans of pop culture, delivering cool (and often exclusive!) items like collectibles, t‑shirts, gadgets and more. There’s a $45+ value in every crate!
- Exclusive Power Rangers Megazord T-Shirt (Licensed by Saban. Made by Loot Crate Inc.)
Just in time to wear when the movie releases on March 24th, fans of Power Rangers can sport this t-shirt! I’m only loyal to the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers but you can bet my butt will be in that movie theater seat and I’ll be sporting this look!
- Exclusive Batman Food Container (Licensed by DC Comics. Made by Zak! Designs.)
If you’re looking for a way to bring your fandom into your lunch routine, this Batman lunch container is the way to go. It’s good for warm (not piping hot) and cold food, is NOT microwave safe, and is hand wash only.
- LEGO Dimensions Fun Pack (Licensed by Warner Bros. Made by LEGOS.)
Each crate comes with either Wonder Woman, Cyborg, Unikitty, Bad Cop, or Benny. I got Bad Cop which is fun but I’m not even going to front, Wonder Woman would have been so awesome.
- Tetris Magnets (Licensed by The Tetris Company. Made by Paladone.)
Tetris totally takes me back to my childhood so this was fun to see. I will totally use these magnets when I get a bigger white board, that’s for sure.
- February 2017 Loot Crate Magazine – Features an Interview with Exploding Tuba Studios Designer, Jonathan Straw
- Power Rangers Megazord Loot Crate Pin
My Favorite Loot In This Box:
- Exclusive Batman Food Container and Tetris Magnets
Thank you so much, Loot Crate for the box!
For more information, visit Lootcrate.com.