My Geek Box Review – July 2019

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My Geek Box is one of the longest established UK based geek subscription boxes. For the past few years, the brand has been owned by the Hut Group.

They deliver a geek mystery box every month. The boxes don’t tend to be themed or come with an information card, so different customers may get different items.

The July 2019 box arrived safely, with the top of the large box defaced a bit with various labels stuck on. It was a lighter box than usual, with a fair amount of empty space. But as you’ll see in the review, the items were decent.

If you want to subscribe to My Geek Box, it sells for £23 GBP ($29 USD) per month. That price includes UK postage.

 

Box Contents

Bigfoot T-Shirt

This is a decent T-Shirt, grey, with black and white print. It depicts 1967, the year Bigfoot was first caught on film.

I’ll use my standard T-Shirt value here of $10 USD.

Iron Patriot Dorbz

I must say that Dorbz are probably my favourite Funko line. The perfect size and they display brilliantly in their boxes.

This Iron Patriot Dorbz is a cool one, officially a Walgreens exclusive and complete with the sticker on the box. It is Dorbz #344.

I’ll value this one at $15 USD.

Call Of Duty Black Ops III Socks

These are sports style socks in black and red. Not the most exciting design, but they’re always useful and do the job.

I’ll use my standard value for socks, which is $10 USD.

The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Limited Edition Coin

These limited edition coins have been popular in geek boxes lately.

I don’t get too excited about coins, but this one comes nicely boxed. This is the antique gold edition (which looks rather bronze), limited to 9,995 copies.

With these coins, there often tends to be the chance to get them cast in different metals. I don’t know if that’s the case here.

I’ll use what I consider a realistic value, which is probably below the retail price, at $8 USD.

Game Of Thrones Jon Snow Figure

This is an HBO Collectors model. Small, but detailed and rather cool the way it’s displayed in the box. I can’t identify a maker.

This was hard to identify, but you can see this Jon Snow Figure available on Amazon.com.

I’ll value this at $15 USD.

Dunny Art Of War Blind Box

These blind boxes are always fun to look inside. This one is made by kidrobot.

I don’t know too much about this series, but you can see the Dunny Art Of War Blind Box on Amazon.com.

I got Capo, who is like a purple headed rabbit and a 2 in 20 chance. He’s 3″ tall and looks decent.

These are a few years old now, so I’ll value this fun item at $5 USD.

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A really good My Geek Box as is the norm. I get $63 USD of value, which is more than double the cost price.

Two good figure collectibles, especially the Dorbz, plus the little rabbit figure as a bonus. Then there are the useful clothing items and the coin.

What I really like about My Geek Box is you know you won’t get filler posters and pins. Some of the items are older stock, but they’ve held their value. My Geek Box continues to be worth the money.

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