Lootaku is a premium monthly subscription based service to fulfill everybody’s geeky addictions. Our box features full figure statues and Asia exclusives that you will not find in any other subscription box. We promise no filler or promotional items, and our values are always based on current cheapest prices on Amazon.
Prices and values on the Lootaku website are given US dollars. A one month subscription is $44.99 (three and six month subscriptions are cheaper). This is around £35 and UK Shipping is $17.66, around £14. Slightly pricey, but this is a premium box. Also it’s coming a long way and it’s a big box!
So a 1 month subscription is going to cost you around £49.
Isn’t that a cool shipping box?
This month’s box is dedicated to Dragon Ball.
This is the first of two figures, Dragon Ball Z Banpresto DBZ World Figure Colosseum Vol. 2 Piccolo.
This impressive figure shows Piccolo grimacing and dodging to one side as he brings his fingers to his forehead, ready to channel the Special Beam Cannon.
There are great details in this figure, the facial expression, and it’s also one of the ‘gravity-deifying’ figures raised up by a stand.
It’s also a brand new figure released in March this year.
The second figure is another Banpresto World Figure Colosseum, this time Second Form Frieza.
This one comes in several pieces as well as with two stands.
Frieza, a popular DBZ villain, takes many forms, and this figure shows his second form, with an impressive tail, preparing to go on the offensive. Very dramatic and impressively large!
This month’s t-shirt has a Dragon Ball Super design showing the fight between Super Sayan Goku and Beerus. It’s titled ‘KamehameHa’.
Lootaku t-shirts are all limited edition and numbered, as you can see on the bottom right, and they’re also 100% heavy cotton.
The pin this month is quite amusing! It shows the Demon King being sealed into an electric rice cooker with an Evil Containment Wave and a special demon seal. This is an iconic technique from the original Dragon Ball series.
Finally, the menu card gives you details and values of all the items in the box.
This box represents a classic Lootaku format, with high quality figures and popular franchise.
As always the quality of everything is excellent, and the figures are always new releases.
The value is excellent, and even though Lootaku is not a cheap box, you always get good value for money.
Both these figures aren’t even available in the UK until June this year, and the pre-order prices are about the same as the value of the whole box.
I should add that this box arrived in April. The Chinese New Year had messed with Lootaku delivery schedules, and as they are surface mail they do have a tendency to run a little late. However their social media communication is excellent, and their stuff is definitely worth the wait!