Happy New Year! We’re still finishing off our 2016 a bit, so I’m taking a look at some of the other boxes I’ve not had a chance to put up. Starting with October’s Loot Crate.
October 2016 Rumble Loot Crate Video
October 2016 Rumble Loot Crate Review
Overall, I was very happy with this box! I love the Overwatch Funko Pop, and the socks are superb! If I wasn’t decluttering, I’d have been keeping the gloves and magnet, but I’m on a decluttering purge. The T-Shirt is nice but not my franchise. And the bandages are cute!
Own Part of the Crate!
From the crate, I’ve put the following things on eBay:-
Today we’re looking at another unboxing, but this one is slightly different, this is Wrestle Crate. Wrestle Crate have recently started including exclusive PROGRESS Wrestling merchandise in their boxes, PROGRESS being my favourite wrestling company in the world right now. I thought I’d take a shot at them. But what are my thoughts on this month’s box? Well, here is the video.
Wrestle Crate September 2016 Unboxing Video
Wrestle Crate September 2016 Review
Overall, I was very happy with this box, it was probably my favourite box that I’ve unboxed so far. I love the DVD, it’s a great sample and includes my favourite match ever. The Funko Pop is good and I love the t-shirt. Overall, very very happy with the purchase.
Today we’re focussing on Loot Gaming August 2016 unboxing, which is entitled “Mecha”. Yeah it’s a couple of months old, but this may be my last Loot Gaming review for a while.
This month I am a fan of none of the franchises. Zero. Which is a shame as the early boxes had a mix of stuff both quite old and quite new stuff. Now it seems pure epic modern franchises, which bar a select few, I’m not a fan of.
So I’ve cancelled the box for now. But I did review the final one – Mecha – which contains items from Deus Ex, Bioshock, Borderlands and other franchises I have never played. Here is the video.
Loot Gaming August 2016 Unboxing Video
So as you hear, the items themselves are nice, and it’s a really high quality box, but I’m just not a big a fan of the games to justify this box going forward. Which is a huge shame.
I’m probably not 100% done with Loot Gaming though, I’ve still subscribed to their newsletter so if a box tickles my fancy I’ll pick one up, but I think it will be a month by month thing.
A few weeks ago, I purchased a Suplex Apparel mystery box. I am a huge fan of Suplex Apparel clothing, as it’s a wrestling brand of clothing that you can wear out around town and not be embarrassed. There are somany terrible wrestling shirts out there (seriously, just read this article, though it misses the “Va-Chyna” t-shirt), but these aren’t amongst them. Let’s assume I’m a bastion of fashion knowledge with that last statement!
So they had a mystery box deal recently which was a little more expensive than the mystery boxes I usually review here (£35.99), but had at least 3 or 4 items in it.
So what was this box like? Well, here’s my video review.
Suplex Apparel Mystery Box Thoughts
Overall, I was absolutely delighted with this box. I love the joggers, and they have become my wear around the house trousers, when I’m feeling lazy. The t-shirts are superb too and wear them regularly.
This was only a short period of time, but you can see their current range (and sign up to the newsletter) on the Suplex Apparel site.