It’s officially August and you know what that means! Infinity Crates has been delivered and I’m excited to show you what I received this month. I’m afraid this will be the last month I receive Infinity Crates, as with the move I’ve got to watch my money. If I’m lucky enough, I might be able to review my uncle’s Loot Crate Gaming though…
Infinity Crates is a United Kingdom based monthly subscription box that offers a new theme every month. There are four different crates on offer, Classic Crate for £16.99 plus p&p, Premium Crate for £23.99 plus p&p, Kids Crate for £16.99 plus p&p and T-Shirt Only Crate for £7.99 plus p&p. Every box is guaranteed a POP! Vinyl figure and a T-Shirt.
The exclusive theme for this month’s crate is Betrayal.
The exclusive Pop! Vinyl figure I received this month was Jon Snow from Game of Thrones. I know what you’re thinking, it’s Game of Thrones you don’t like Game of Thrones Gemma, but I actually know this character and the detail is perfect! The fur on his jacket is lovely, I suppose it’s the closest they can get without using actual fur.
I even like the small detail at the bottom of his Longclaw sword, you can see the small creature there. Of course like most Pop! Vinyl figures there are imperfections, as long as you don’t look too closely you can not see these! I’m definitely going to like having Jon Snow in my Vinyl collection, at least I know one of the figures in my Game of Thrones collection.
Within the crates, you are also guaranteed T-Shirts, this month I received a character from Game of Thrones… Don’t ask me who, because I have no idea, I have never watched Game of Thrones in my life. I do love the design of the T-Shirt and I see myself definitely wearing it, more so than a PJ shirt! I am a sucker for simple designs as well, so this is perfect, I love how they’ve used the same colours throughout.
Please let me know in the comments if you know who this character is! I would be there for hours trawling through the internet to figure out.
Now the next item is pretty cool, after I found out what it actually was! I received a Star Wars Spatula… I don’t actually know if I will use this because I don’t understand how it’s a Spatula, well it’s not what I would call a Spatula, it just makes for some laughs with having the Death Star at the bottom, would be cooler if it was a pancake imprint. With it being metal though it is pretty heavy and big, I think I would probably use it for decoration!
The next item is pretty strange, it’s a Resources Development Administration Mug, yes I didn’t know what that was until I Googled it! It’s actually pretty simple really, it’s the organisation from Avatar, a film that I haven’t watched since it was released. I’m not sure if I would use this mug as the handle is pretty odd, it only fits three of my fingers! I suppose it’s a tea drinkers mug, pinky up.
Last but not least are two very nice posters, one is Jon Snow from the episode And Now His Watch Is Ended, with the quote And Now My Watch Has Ended. The second is Cortana from Halo, I love both of these as the detail is perfect, even on the Cortana poster. The Cortana poster will go really nicely with the other Halo posters I’ve received from Infinity Crates, I might even do a collage of them.
For my last Infinity Crates, I am happy with the contents, I’m still a little annoyed that I’m still receiving Game of Thrones items but at least with these ones I know who they are and I even like them! I will miss receiving this crate monthly as it’s my little surprise to myself but once I get my money sorted out, I definitely will return to Infinity Crates or even purchase a different subscription box.
If you would love to know what I received in previous crates, head over HERE to see July’s Infinity Crates.
Well, there will go guys! July’s Infinity Crates, now if you fancy getting your hands-on September’s crate you can do! Just head over to their website HERE. I will say these Crates are worth the price! Especially if you only count the Pop! Vinyl and T-Shirt.