Infinity Crates Geek Box Review – March 2017

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Infinity Crates is one of the longest established geek boxes produced within the UK. The release for March 2017 came with the theme Galaxy.

The box was delivered safely to me through Royal Mail. I’m also pleased to say that this also came with an information card, which has been missing in recent months.

The contents of Infinity Crates vary based loosely on a set of provided interests. In particular, the box comes with a T-Shirt and a Funko POP! Vinyl from a range of options and tailored to your interests. I think that’s one of the main selling points for this box.

There are several different pricing options in place for Infinity Crates. This review covers the longest-serving crate they offer, which is the Classic Crate. This currently sells for £19.99 GBP ($25 USD) including delivery within the UK.

The other options include the Premium Crate at £26.99 GBP, the Kids Crate at £19.99 GBP and the T-Shirt Only Crate at £10.99 GBP. Discounts are also available for longer-term subscriptions.


Box Contents

Doctor Who TARDIS T-Shirt (Exclusive)

This is a really great T-Shirt, with the TARDIS shape filled with memorable Doctor Who quotes. The colour scheme works perfectly too.

Probably the favourite T-Shirt I’ve ever received from Infinity Crates.

I’ll value this at the T-Shirt standard of $10 USD.

Doctor Who Adipose Funko POP! Vinyl

A great Doctor Who Funko POP! Vinyl from the POP! Television series.

This is also one of the few from this batch that I don’t own, so fits it really well.

You can get an Adipose Funko POP! Vinyl on I’ll assign a value of $10 USD.

Transformers Fridge Magnet

A simple round magnet. The design works well but is lightly printed. This doesn’t seem to be an official item.

I’ll assign a value of $1 USD.

Guardians Of The Galaxy Rocket Raccoon Sticker

I can’t bring myself to assign a value to this sticker, particularly as it has a different spelling of “Raccoon” on it to the typical one.

Might be of interest if you like stickers.

Guardians Of The Galaxy Blind Bag Fingerine

I like blind bags as they add a bit more mystery to what is already a geek box full of mystery.

This one has one of ten different designs inside. These are essentially small finger puppets.

You can see various sellers for the Guardians of the Galaxy fingerines on Based on the typical pricing, I’ll assign a value of $5 USD.

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Box Review

Some memorable items inside this Infinity Crates. The main item that stands out to me is the excellent Doctor Who T-Shirt.

I get a value of $26 USD, which is almost equal to the cost price.

As can be the case in Infinity Crates, there are also some items there with little worth. With the high standard of other geek boxes in the UK market, it may be time for Infinity Crates to look for opportunities to add more value.

I’m going to give Infinity Crates a break for a while, as I want to put the review budget towards some other boxes. They are still a force in the UK geek box scene, particularly as Infinity Crates is only the one box to offer personalisation and Funko POP! Vinyl each month.

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