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October 2015 Gamer Girl Monthly Unboxing
I love video games and I love jewelry, so Gamer Girl Monthly is right up my alley. They send a collection of geek-themed jewelry every month based around certain themes. The October theme was Magic.
The first item I took out of the box was a Tattify temporary tattoo from the Legend of Zelda. I like temporary tattoos because they let me test out tattoos without committing to anything permanent. I don’t plan on getting a Legend of Zelda tattoo for the long-term, but it’s a fun design to try out in the meantime. The estimated value is $5.
The second item was a set of nail wraps also made by Tattify. The nail wraps feature designs that I believe are meant to align with the elements commonly used to represent mana and magic spells. I’ve been wanting to try nail wraps for a while, although these ones might be too eccentric for my workplace. Still fun, though. The estimated value is $8.
The third item was a 3D-printed Harry Potter necklace. As I mention in the video review, I have mixed feelings about this. I greatly dislike Snape, so I don’t want to wear something that would make it seem like I appreciate him. He’s the one who coined the word “Always” as is displayed in the necklace and the word’s connection to him makes me reluctant to wear it. However, the necklace also has the Deathly Hallows symbol, which is pretty cool. All in all, I’ll probably wear it for Harry Potter-themed events, but probably not much outside of them. Estimated value is $7.
The fourth item was a pair of black mage earrings with a matching pouch. I don’t have pierced ears, although I do have tools that can turn pierced earrings into clip-ons, so I could make use of these. At the same time, the accompanying pouch is so attractive that I think this might be better suited as a present for someone. I’ll decide over time what to do with them. Definitely a nice item, though. The estimated value is $10.
The final item in the box was a bracelet featuring the Triforce from the Legend of Zelda. At first this bracelet is underwhelming, but I actually appreciate that quality of it. It’s a great item for everyday wear due to its simplicity, while also displaying a symbol from one of the most popular video game franchises. The estimated value is $5.
Overall, the October 2015 Gamer Girl Monthly box contained about $35 worth of geek-themed accessories. At a regular cost of about $17 per month, the Gamer Girl Monthly box seems to deliver a great value for the price you pay. I got this particular box for $14 using a coupon, but I’d be happy to have paid the original price as well. If you appreciate the items this box delivers, I think you’ll enjoy the Gamer Girl Monthly box too.