Gizmocrate March 2015

8.7 Overall Score
Quality: 9/10
Value: 9/10
Variety: 8/10

High quality action sports camera ready to use with the included SD card | Fun game controller adapter

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Subscription Box Gizmocrate

Theme “A Gadget & Foodie Discovery Box”

Price $59

Shipping $6.50

IMG_20150323_141041One of the earliest and longest running subscription box services, Gizmocrate is exactly that. A crate of Gizmos & gadgets targeted to gamers and tech-enthusiasts. In addition to the gear, every box features artisinal food items.

It’s a pretty large box about the size of a large flat rate Priority Mail box and features the Gizmocrate logos and leveling prominently.



IMG_20150323_141545Vivitar DVR 685HD Digital Sports Camcorder

This GoPro-like camera includes both bicycle and helmet mounts and even a waterproof casing. It’s rechargeable battery is built-in and the resolution is 2592×1944 (5.1 MP).

Retail: $59.99


IMG_20150323_141432Signal Game Clutch

Retail: $29.99




IMG_20150323_141411Vivitar 8GB SD Card

Micro SD card with adapter. Works with the included camera.

Retail: $9.99


IMG_20150323_141514Snack Bar

Gluten free trail mix granola bar.

Retail: $.99



Two vinyl Gizmocrate stickers featuring their logo and hashtag.






IMG_20150323_141708Gizmocrate is little pricey at nearly $67 shipped with discounts available for subscriptions. The box is still a decent value when you consider it included a little over $100 in gadgets including a fun controller pad and a high quality camera that’s ready to use with the included SD card.

If you’re into gadgets, gizmos and gamer gear. Consider subscribing to Gizmocrate.

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Disclosure: A complimentary  Subscription Box was given for review purposes. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received.


Mike Favata
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Creator & curator of the Palm Beach County Grindhouse Series. Maker of pinback buttons. Owner & Editor of Morbid Movies.

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