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Topps Star Wars Force Awakens Series 2 Trading Cards Unboxing Video

We unboxed Star Wars The Force Awakens Series 1 when the film hit theaters. Now, with the DVD/blu-ray release, there’s series 2 to unbox. The set continues the story of the movie for the base cards, and offers all new inserts to pull. We have another blaster box that contains 10 packs with six cards each, plus one medallion card. The set features 101 cards to continue where Series 1 left off, and the insert sets including Concept Art, Movie Posters, Heroes of the Resistance, Power of the First Order, and more. The Blaster Box can be found at your local Target or Wal-Mart, and retails for $19.99 as compared to the $135 price on the hobby box. Rare cards are at much higher odds, but it’s a great way to collect the main set.

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Loot Crate Unboxing Video: April 2016 Quest Theme

The Loot Crate April 2016 theme is Quest with connections to Uncharted 4, Harry Potter, and more. We’re here to unbox all that’s included to show off the $20/month geek/gamer box for the new month. Our Loot Crate unboxing:

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Loot Crate has started 2016 strong with great collections in January, February, and March. Their streak ended in April with a relatively disappointing crate. The quest theme has a lot of potential, and yet the selections this month mostly miss the mark. The Uncharted item as a small poster and the Harry Potter item as socks provide two small extras tied to the big names for the theme. This month’s t-shirt is from the movie Labyrinth, and while it’s nice to honor David Bowie, it’s a relatively niche film that doesn’t hit the quest theme as much as many other franchises. The Vikings drinking cup and the 20 sided dice ice cube maker are neat, but I don’t know if many will get much use out of. The neat factor of each item will wear off quickly.

January, February, and March really nailed their respective themes with products that offer long term use. They may have set the bar high, but the April 2016 Loot Crate doesn’t even come close.

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Loot Crate March 2016 Vs Theme: Unboxing Video

The Loot Crate March 2016 theme is Versus in honor of Batman vs Superman hitting theaters. We’re here to unbox all that’s included to show off the $20/month geek/gamer box for the new month.

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This month’s Loot Create nailed the theme highlighted by the Star Trek “Mirror Mirror” episode t-shirt. There’s nothing quite like Spock against goatee Spock, and the art style fits the era so well. The Alien or Predator Titan figure is a high quality piece that is definitely shelf worthy. The reversible beanie for Daredevil and Punisher is nice and timely with season 2 of Daredevil on Netflix. The only real negative is the Batman Vs Superman item. The wallet is nice, but it seemed Batman vs Superman would play a bigger role in this month’s loot crate.

All in all, Loot Crate has delivered items with lasting appeal through the first three months of 2016.

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Loot Crate February 2016 Dead Theme: Unboxing Video

The Loot Crate February 2016 theme is Dead. We’re here to unbox all that’s included to show off the $20/month geek/gamer box for the new month. The Dead theme ties into The Walking Dead and Deadpool. There are spoilers in the videos, if you like to open the box to get a surprise.

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The February 2016 Loot Crate is a great one highlighted by the Deadpool content. Deadpool came out on Valentine’s Day weekend, and has blown away the box office. Getting a great Deadpool shirt, and figurine shows perfect timing, and outstanding quality. The Walking Dead additions of the soap ears and McFarlane figurine round out a great box. 2016 has been a strong one for Loot Crate so far with items that you will no doubt get use of, and show off proudly.

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Topps Star Wars Force Awakens Series 1 Trading Cards Unboxing Video

Star Wars The Force Awakens is a record breaker at the box office, and there are trading cards to go along with the movie. The Topps Star Wars Force Awakens Series 1 set of trading cards launched shortly after the movie. We’re here to unbox a blaster box of Series 1 with 10 packs and six cards per pack plus a medallion card. The set features a 99 card base set along with multiple insert sets including Concept Art, Film Locations, Weaponry, Montages, and more. The Blaster Box can be found at your local Target or Wal-Mart, and retails for $19.99 as compared to the $135 price on the hobby box. Rare cards are at much higher odds, but it’s a great way to collect the main set.

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Loot Crate January 2016 Galaxy Unboxing Video

The Loot Crate January 2016 theme is Invasion. We’re here to unbox all that’s included to show off the $20/month edition for the start of the new year. Loot Crate’s resolution is to have a t-shirt in every box in 2016, and we kick things off nicely this year. There are spoilers in the videos, if you like to open the box to get a surprise.

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The January 2016 edition delivers items from The X-Files, Alien, Space Invaders, and The Fifth Element. The highlight is The X-Files with a t-shirt and flashlight in honor of its six episode return to FOX. Not to be outdone, the facehugger plush from Alien is outstanding, especially with the included rubber band to strap it to your face. The Invasion theme is fully fleshed out, and a nice start to 2016.

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Loot Crate December 2015 Galaxy Unboxing Video

Loot Crate’s December 2015 theme is Galaxy. We’re here to unbox all that’s included to show off the $20/month edition for the holiday season. Loot Crate can be a great gift as a one time item for December, or a recurring subscription. There are spoilers in the videos, if you like to open the box to get a surprise.

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The December 2015 edition includes items from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Halo 5, and Galaxy Quest. Check out the video to see all that’s included. This is the best Loot Crate I have opened, and each item really knocked it out of the park for the “Galaxy” theme. There’s a t-shirt plus Funko Pop included as well as some nice extras too. You will likely get great use out of each item.

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Loot Crate Star Wars Unboxing Time Video

Star Wars The Force Awakens hits theaters December 18th. Loot Crate has partnered with Star Wars to create a one time special edition Star Wars Loot Crate. Loot Crate is normally a monthly subscription box of geek & gaming gear for about $20/month that delivers around $45 in MSRP value. The Star Wars Loot Crate is $100, and provides about $150 in MSRP. There are nine items included, and the thrill is unboxing all nine items. With that in mind, there are spoilers in our unboxing video below.

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The Star Wars Loot Crate is a great gift this holiday season, or an excellent choice to pick up for yourself if you’re even remotely interested in Star Wars. Rather than one outstanding item, there are nine great items that you will no doubt get use out of. It’s great to see what each item is, and it’s likely that you wouldn’t have thought of these items yourself. The $100 price is reasonable for what you get, and there doesn’t seem to be a Star Wars tax for how much fans normally pay for Star Wars goods, especially this close to the new movie. Star Wars Loot Crate is exciting to open, and the items included will have staying power in your life.

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Introducing UnboxingTime – Opening Up Greatness

Hello, and welcome to UnboxingTime.com

Hello, and welcome to the Grand Opening of UnboxingTime.com. If you like to see the unveiling of new products, and then see them in action, then you have come to the right place. We plan to have videos that are worth watching of products that truly are interesting.

UnboxingTime is all about bringing you the best quality videos that emphasize new products as well as subscription boxes filled with surprises. Think about how many things come in boxes, and we’re not here just to show opening up cardboard, but rather show what the product does once it’s out of the cardboard. Our site’s coverage extends to everything that can be opened up, but our primary focus is on products you care about.

Thanks for visiting, and we hope you enjoy.