My Geek Box Review – September 2020

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My Geek Box comes from UK firm The Hut Group and contains a selection of geek interest items each month. This is a review of the September 2020 box.

The boxes do not have information cards, but do have official branded items.

If you want to subscribe to My Geek Box, the price including postage within the UK is £23 GBP ($29 USD) on a month-by-month basis.

Box Contents

Spongebob Squarepants Gary Eekeez

These Eekeez figures have been featured a lot in My Geek Box. This is a fun figure of a popular character.

Of interest perhaps? The front of the box says this is resin, but I’ve mostly seen (or at least thought) these were made out of wood. Perhaps it varies?

This one looks rather scary, but that’s a side effect of how they are painted.

I’ll value this at $10 USD.

Elder Scrolls Pennant

This is a fun item, designed to show you flying the flag for this popular gaming title.

The big problem? I received this just last month in the August 2020 My Geek Box.

This doesn’t have great value to me anyway. I’ll stick with the same value as last time at $5 USD.

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Trini Funko Pop! Vinyl

The first time I’ve had a Funko Pop! Vinyl in a My Geek Box for quite some time. Great to see one, as these are surely the most popular line of collectable geek figures in the world?

Trini looks the part. This is #674 in the range.

You can see the Trini Funko Pop! Vinyl on

Based on the selling price there, I’ll value this at $9 USD.

Rick And Morty Evil Morty Collectible Coin

There used to be a lot of these coins in My Geek Box, but this is the first one I’ve received for a while.

I’ve had Rick and Morty coins before, but thankfully this is a new one for me. They always look nicely designed and are made by Fanatik.

I’m not sure these are really that valuable but people like them. They are hard to find online now. I’ll stick with the value I’ve used before of $5 USD.

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Box Review

Good to see a Funko Pop! Vinyl in My Geek Box.

I get $29 USD of value, which is bang on the cost price.

I don’t think this is up there with the value of recent months. It’s always disappointing to get a duplicate item. But there is plenty of stuff in here to interest collectors.

I miss not getting a T-Shirt. Hopefully that will return next time as the commercial T-Shirts from My Geek Box are always good.

But overall, My Geek Box is more hit than miss. Always worth a look if you’re a UK based subscriber.

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