Geek Gear Best Ever Mystery Classic Past Box Review – November 2020

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Geek Gear offers a variety of mystery box subscriptions from its UK base. The box I’m reviewing here is a collection of items from previous Classic boxes, put together with the “Best Ever” tag.

I like this type of box as everyone who buys tends to get different items. That makes the reviews and unboxing videos much more interesting.

Geek Gear is usually one of the more expensive offers to subscribe to. You’re looking at £29.49 GBP, including postage within the UK (that’s $37 USD) before any discount offers. This special box cost £17 GBP ($21 USD) during a discounted period.

As this was a unique box, it didn’t come with an information sheet, but it did include many exclusive items.


Box Contents

Lady Justice T-Shirt

This is black T-Shirt stock with a red print. The design is good, but there’s probably a reason why this is part of a geek interest box which is lost on me.

I’ll value this at $10 USD, my usual figure for T-Shirts.

Captain America HYDRA Banner

This is a banner with the holes to hang it from.

My best guess here is this is inspired by HYDRA, but the design is slightly different, possible for copyright reasons.

A nice enough item, although not one that I would display.

I’ll value this at $5 USD.

The Legend of Zelda Poster

This is a wide poster with high quality artwork, probably made exclusively for Geek Gear. You get coloured versions of the characters on the left, golden versions on the right.

I’ll value this at $4 USD.

Transformers A5 Notebook

Notebooks are always useful and this one is high quality.

It has yellow paper and a catch to hold the front closed. It’s made by Pyramid in the UK and is an official licenced item.

This is a nice, but also subtle, notebook for meetings. It will get used.

I’ll value this at $5 USD.

How To Train Your Dragon Print

This has a Geek Gear Licenced Exclusive badge on the front.

It’s A4 size and comes on card to keep it flat.

It doesn’t terribly excite me, but it’s decent enough as prints go.

I’ll use a value of $2 USD here.

Minecraft Dagger

This is quite cute (if weapons can be called cute) and rather different to the norm.

It’s made (I believe) of rubber. Surprisingly solid and it could hurt if you got hit with it, but no danger of cuts.

I don’t know how to value an item like this, but I’ll go for $3 USD.

World Of Warcraft DoomHammer

This is a best guess, as there are various types of Hammers listed online for World of Warcraft, but they look pretty like this one.

I’m not sure what it’s made of. Probably vinyl or plastic of some kind. Pretty heavy.

Another rather cute weapon. And something quite different to in most geek boxes.

I’ll value this one at the random worth of $5 USD.

Zelda Goron Mask

Another best guess. This is rather unique, a clay (or clay style) face mask replica, only in a small size.

I like the idea behind it. I’m not too fussed about the design. But putting that to one side, it will display well for people.

I’ll value this at $5 USD.

Gears Of War Lancer Rifle Replica

A final weapon and the final item. This is a replica of a game rifle.

Small, metallic, with hints of blue.

Nice enough. If nothing else, it’s quirky enough to leave lying around or to use as a paperweight.

I’ll value this at $4 USD.

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Box Review

A replica prop item heavy box.

There are lots of items that are probably unofficial. Geek Gear does deliver this type of item a lot and it’s sometimes hard to know what to think of them, or how to value them.

I get $43 USD of value, which is well above the cost price.

Have to say this type of box is a lot of fun. Do take a look at Geek Gear.

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