Powered Geek Box Review – April 2017


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Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017
Powered Geek Box (formerly known as PowerUp Box) is a monthly subscription service that includes geeky, gamer, and pop culture gear. The Powered Geek Box team goes around the country searching for the best gear there is to assure an epic box every month, every time. The Premium Box ($39.90/month) includes 6-9 items while the Deluxe Box ($26.90/month) includes 4-6 items and both boxes will include a t-shirt every month. I receive The Premium Box to review.

Powered Geek Box Box
Cost: Deluxe: $26.90/month ($19.95 + $6.95 S/H). Premium: $39.90/month ($29.95 + $9.95 S/H).
Ships To: United States.
Coupon Code: “SuburbanMom” to save 10% off your first month.

Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own, and no compensation was received.
Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017
Powered Geek Box boxes are shipped via USPS between the 22nd and 28th of each month.
Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017
The April 2017 Powered Geek Box (they don’t include an information card) featured the following items:

~Star Wars Pixel Block T-Shirt ($18.99): Love this!  It features pixel versions of Yoda, a Storm Trooper, Chewbacca and Darth Vadar.  It’s officially licensed and made out of a soft cotton.
Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

 

~Street Fighter Ken Pixel Bricks ($8.75): The Ken Pixel Bricks has 188 tiny pieces. He ends up about 3″ tall, and this is one you need to bring your patience to build!

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

 

~Wonderland Coin Purse ($12.99): This little coin purse is five 1/2-inches long x 4-inches tall and features the Mad Hatter on the front and the quote “We’re all mad here” on the flip-side.  It’s bright and fun and is easy to spot in your purse or tote.

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

 

~Megaman Backpack Hangers ($4.99): Backpack hangers!  My kids can never have enough.  I can barely open their backpacks with all the swag they keep on there, but they love it. My youngest son was hoping for Rush (the dog), but Mega Man himself is pretty good too.

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

 

~Fabrikations Harley Quinn ($14.37): This is about 6″ tall and is super detailed for a plush figure.  It’s solid and stands up by itself.  I think the little mallet is the best part though!

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

 

~Batman Speed Opener ($9.79): This is a heavy “speed” bottle opener.  It’s easy to use and who doesn’t like Batman?

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

 

~Punch’d Out Pencil Topper ($10.55): LOL!  These boxing glove pencil toppers will certain make doing homework more fun.

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

 

~Gentleman’s Club Emergency Hip Flask ($14.93): I am loving the Alice in Wonderland reference on this!  Sometimes there is an emergency, and you do need this ;).  LOL!

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

 

~Wonderland Notebook ($10.98): The final item in the box is an Alice in Wonderland Notebook. The cover features an original illustration of Alice and a set of playing cards.  The journal has 300 lined pages with flying playing cards across the top and bottom.

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

Powered Geek Box Review - April 2017

All totaled I came up with a value of $106.34 for the April 2017 Powered Geek Box.  I *think* that is the most valuable Powered Geek Box to date, and I am impressed!  What a fantastic month!

If you are interested in ordering, you can use the coupon code “SuburbanMom” to save 10% off your first month! You can also send Powered Geek Box as a gift!


About Jennifer

Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.

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