Nerd Block Jr. Boys Review – February 2015

Nerd Block Jr. Boys Review – February 2015

Nerd Block is a monthly mystery package delivered right to your door filled with nerdy apparel, toys, and collectibles! They have a few different subscription boxes – Classic ($19.99), Jr. Boys ($13.99), Jr. Girls ($13.99), Horror Block ($19.99), and Arcade Block ($19.99).

The Jr. Box is for ages 6-11 and only have toys.

Cost: $13.99 / month + $6 shipping to Canada & US. Ships internationally.

Check out my Nerd Block reviews.

The boys always look forward to this box! We get a lot of boxes and I'm asked almost daily by them if there's a Nerd Block or snack box for them lol!

Plush Kirby
$14.99

This was the first thing that I noticed in the box because it was pink. I thought they mixed up and sent us the girl box. My 5 year old had no interest in this for obvious reasons, but my 3 year old immediately loved him! His little plush figure collection is getting huge. He lines them up on his bed and says good night to each of them every night - he's so cute!

Nerd Block Jr. Boys Review – February 2015

The Hobbit Chibis Small Collectible Figurines

I couldn't find a price for these, so I'm not putting a value on it. It comes with 3 little figures. They look cheaply made and not very desirable for a collection, even if you're a huge fan of the movie.

Nerd Block Jr. Boys Review – February 2015

Transformers Figurines & 3D Puzzle Piece Collector Cards
$3.99?

No exact price for this either. My son likes transformers so he was happy with this. It comes with a 3D puzzle piece, but you need to collect more of the figures to get all the puzzle pieces.

Nerd Block Jr. Boys Review – February 2015

Justin Hillgrove's Imps and Monsters Colouring Book

This colouring book is a Nerd Block exclusive. It's very cute and has fun pictures of imps and monsters to colour. The boys love it!

Nerd Block Jr. Boys Review – February 2015

Nerd Block Cliccors

Another Nerd Block exclusive made by Cliccors, a highly articulated constructed toy line that includes vehicles, loops, games and figures. You basically just bend, twist, and shape them. It was nice to see 2 of them, so the boys could each have their own.

Nerd Block Jr. Boys Review – February 2015

I'm not going to try to put a value on the box this time. I have mixed feelings on this box and I wouldn't say that it was one of the boys favourite boxes, but it's alright. A few of the things they enjoyed, but I feel like Nerd Block could've have done a little better with this box.

Do you subscribe to Nerd Block? What do you think of this subscription box?

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