My oldest has been a brick fan since a very young age. It’s only just recently become something my daughters are interested in too. This month, my oldest two couldn’t wait to rip open the Brick Loot box together to see what was inside. This was the March Brick Loot Box not April as was mistakenly said in the video:
Brick Loot was created by a 9 year old boy. It’s designed for brick and Lego fans and offers a monthly box filled with brick compatible products. The contents are always a surprise to subscribers and include some unique items that can’t be purchased at your average toy store. What you will find are some of the biggest brand names including OYO Sports, Nano Blocks and Brick Forge. For as low as $25 a month, your child can experience the anticipation of a new box each month as well as the excitement of unboxing his or her surprises — that’s the best part for me! I love watching the kids open the box and get excited about each item inside!
Here’s James Brickster inside his Lego “Cage”. I love that we get something really unique each time. This is our first display case!
Here’s the pirate ship. The kids had a lot of fun playing with this after it was built!
Here ‘s the entire contents from the March box. I think it’s a good variety of items however my son was a little disappointed this month because the box didn’t contain any Nanoblocks. All of his previous boxes have had them so I think he was sort of expecting a set in every box. Still, he had a lot of fun with this month’s theme and he can’t wait to see what comes next!
You can find out more about Brick Loot and sign up for a subscription at www.brickloot.com.