Infinity Crates Premium Geek Box Review – October 2017

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I kept my subscription to the Infinity Crates Premium Crate going on the prospect of their two Funko POP! Vinyls and two T-Shirts in the October 2017 crate.

This is a UK based geek box, which contains some items individual to your tastes each month. These are drawn based on a list you supply to Infinity Crates. Other items are usually common across all subscribers, although I’ve noticed a fair amount of variation in recent months. The T-Shirts tend to be exclusive to the box.

The Crate no longer seems to include an information card and this variation may be one of the reasons.

This review is for the largest box you can buy from Infinity Crates, the Premium Crate, which goes for £26.99 GBP ($34 USD) a month, including UK delivery. They also offer a smaller box, the Classic Crate, which sells at £19.99 GBP ($25 USD), as well as a Kids Crate and a T-Shirt Only Crate.

This box, which came with the theme The Unknown, arrived safely by Royal Mail. It was a full and bulging geek box this time as with the previous month (the Premium Crate could really do with a bigger box to fit everything in)


Box Contents

Pumpkin T-Shirt (Exclusive)

I presume this T-Shirt was included as October 2017 included Halloween, which also matches the theme of The Unknown well. The box unfortunately missed October 31st, although I do like the simple design.

It’s printed on a yellow (or orangy-yellow) T-Shirt stock.

I value this at the standard price I use for T-Shirts of $10 USD.

It T-Shirt (Exclusive)

This is a scary clown face and a balloon. An effective red and white design printed on a black T-Shirt.

It’s one that’s likely to get much wear from me, but it’s a decent enough design

Again, I’ll value this at $10 USD.

Thor Raganrok Hela Funko POP! Vinyl

This is a recent release, number 243 in the series. It’s a good design.

You can get the Hela Funko POP! Vinyl on

Based on the selling price, I’ll value this at $10 USD.

Punisher Nemesis Funko POP! Vinyl

This is POP! Marvel number 118. A good older design and outfit, although this has come open at the bottom from where the box was packed too tightly.

You can see the Punisher Nemesis Funko POP! Vinyl on This also has a value of $10 USD.

The Last Of Us Card Holder

I haven’t had a card holder in a geek box for a while. I also really don’t have a use for another one, although it’s a nice change from other filler items.

You can get The Last Of Us Card Holder on, although the value there is rather inflated. I’ll assign a value of $5 USD.

Deathstroke Kawaii Cubes

I like this soft plush which has a bean filled underside, but to give you an idea of scale, it’s pretty small, just over an inch across in each direction.

I see that some people use these as a type of fidget cube as well.

There are plenty of Kawaii Cubes available on

I can’t see this exact one, but based on the prices of the smaller Kawaii Cubes, I’ll value this at $5 USD.

Spongebob Squarepants Mega Blox Blind Bag

Think this is my first ever Spongebob Squarepants item.

The back contains a figure, accessory and block (compatible with Lego). This is Series 5 of these blind bags.

You can see various series of the Spongebob Squarepants Blind Bags on The price varies a lot, but I’ll value these around the midpoint at $5 USD.

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Box Review

A packed Infinity Crates with interesting items.

I value this at a total of $50 USD. That’s decent compared to the cost price.

It’s always good to add Funko POP! Vinyls to the collection, so having two of them is great.

The smaller items are fun as well and there are T-Shirts included.

Infinity Crates is one of the most well-established UK boxes. All of their options are always worth a close look.

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