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My geek box Jujly review

I decided to subscribe to a new box, as I really missed the Crafty Creatives one. I suppose I could have resubscribed to them, but I still do not like the new format so I looked around. I am a geek at heart so when I saw that there was a subscription geek box available in the UK, I signed up!

My geek box starts from 16.99 a month, and is a rolling contract. The first box I had was July, and the theme was animate!

The blue box is huge! They send it by Royal Mail tracking. The blue box comes in another box (pity they can't just have the blue box, to save packaging.

The first item was an Adventure Time Pop vinyl figure. Now I haven't seen Adventure Time, but I know it's very popular. I decided to gift this one to my brother's girlfriend, who loves the series.

Simpsons plasters. For some reason I have become increasingly accident prone lately so these will come in handy! I have already used one, as I tore the nail off my little toe.

I used to love Turtles when I was a kid! However, wrist bands are too big for me and Donatello was my favourite so I gave it to my little brother.

A Kwik E Mart reusable bag. It's quite handy actually cos it folds up so it's attached to a keyring.

A Kenny sticker. Not really into stickers so I gave it to my brother.

An Adventure Time t-shirt. This was quite nice and green in my favourite colour so I kept it for myself.

First impressions are good. I realise I gave half of it away but what I kept was still worth more than I paid for the box, and I like the fact that some of the stuff is not just geeky, but useful too. I'm looking forward to next month's box as the theme is Quests. Fingers crossed for some LOTR stuff!


  1. Lesson learned - do not write something when half asleep! What is Jujly?

  2. Never even knew something like this existed! Like a big version of a lucky bag,must be exciting to see what you get each month :)
    Donna xx


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