The newest addition to my collection of geek boxes comes from a company called collectibleGEEK (or Collectible GEEK as I have seen it both with and without the space). Like most geek boxes they have a theme every month but their claim to fame is that they include all the good stuff with none of the filler like stickers or candy. They are not a subscription box, they are actually a “collector’s cache” that you purchase individually month-to-month. This means there’s no worries if you don’t like a month’s theme, you simply don’t buy it. January’s theme was “Disney” so let’s get down to it and see what was inside:
Not too shabby eh? So let’s get a closer look at those items:
The Avengers Disney Mash-Up Poster
Posters can be hit-or-miss sometimes but this one is definitely a win! As I said in the video, I love the Goofy Iron Man! The way he’s falling over and shooting Thor-Donald in the butt is great lol. It’s a very good quality poster and a collectible GEEK exclusive item which is a nice touch. It will be going in a frame for sure!
I’m not sure how to price this out but I would guess a similar item would sell for about $10
Mickey Spinner Keyring
Another item I wouldn’t normally like are key chains but this one is pretty nice. It’s pretty heavy feeling and not cheap at all. The Mickey spins in the center for endless “dizzy Mickey” fun lol.
These sell for about $6
Frozen Elsa Pocket Pop
I can’t say this enough… I am not a fan of Frozen. The only thing that makes them a “geek” item is the fact that they are made by Funko. That being said this is the first Pocket Pop I’ve received that is not a keychain (props for that)… and I do have a Frozen fan in the house so this Pop will go to a good home.
Pocket Pops generally sell for about $7
Oswald Rabbit Pop in a Pop Protector
I do like Oswald! I didn’t realize this Pop is from the Epic Mickey game which is why he is holding a remote in his hand. The box has some slight damage in the corner which may be why we got it in a protector (I saw another unboxing by Storm Games where theirs was damaged as well) But then again it could be a coincidence… either way I am not a huge stickler for that sort of thing on anything but an exclusive since these wont have very much value in the future I’m sure. I will be removing the protector and putting it on one that’s more valuable as well.
I value all standard Funko Pops at $10 and the Protector at $5
Giant 6″ Baymax Pop Vinyl
He is my first 6″ Pop Vinyl and he is AWESOME! I’m torn because some others got the armored version and I’m jealous, but then again plain Baymax is cool too. Either way I am happy and as I said in my video I am going to have to fight to keep this one out of my kid’s hands because …well who wouldn’t want to play with Baymax right?
You can find this guy online for about $13 right now
And there you have it, the collectibleGEEK Disney Cache for January 2015. They cost about $33 shipped and this cache has an estimated value of $56 which is pretty awesome if you ask me! February’s cache is already sold out which is fantasy themed… March’s cache will go on sale starting Feb 1st (most likely) and is “Totally 80s”! I’ve already purchased February’s Cache and just picked up a 3 month “subscription” so that will include March for sure. If you are interested in getting your own collectibleGEEK cache you can visit their website by clicking here. By using this affiliate link you will get 3% OFF YOUR TOTAL PURCHASE!
Unil next time kiddies…..