The Geek Gear World of Wizardry is a monthly Harry Potter themed edition subscription box. Every month, you’ll receive a box filled with licensed or exclusive Harry Potter merchandise personalized to your chosen Hogwarts House, for only £24.99!
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The contents of the box look promising!
There’s a letter with the Geek Gear branding that looks like a wax seal, but it’s actually printed.
It lists all the items in this month’s box, plus a YouTube spotlight, and the next month’s hint.
Everything in my box!
Noble Wand Noctua Wand. Here’s a familiar packaging that includes a wand from Noble Wands. For this month, I got the Noctua Wand.
It’s made of Black Walnut and has a core of Snowy Owl Feather.
An owl sits atop of the wand.
Its body features letter envelope engravings. The wand is 13 1/2 inches long.
Licensed Harry Potter Always Print. The licensed exclusive print for this month is actually full of love, as it features Snape’s famous catchphrase “Always” and as the deer that served as his and Lily’s Patronus.
It’s a beautiful illustration of the deer, with an equally beautiful text. The heart located on the deer’s chest is also a great addition to the art. There’s something about this art print that’s really heartwarming!
Wizardry Animals T-Shirt. I scored another black shirt, and the geometric “wizardry animals” design is absolutely stunning!
When you look closer, you’ll realize that these aren’t just usual animals, but each represents the Hogwarts houses. There’s the Gryffindor’s lion, the Ravenclaw’s eagle, the Slytherin’s snake, and the Hufflepuff’s badger!
Chocolate Frog Tea. It’s a chocolate tea, a perfect drink while reading a book or rewatching the Harry Potter movies! You just need to brew a teaspoon per cup in 3-5 minutes at 100°C. It’s delicious and easy to make.
Golden Egg Ornament. The next item I got is one of the most important magical devices and the goal of the first task of the Triwizard Tournament from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
The box also included the clue on how this thing will work. Time to find a tub, or a pool then!
Come seek us where our voices sound,
We cannot sing above the ground,
And while you’re searching ponder this;
We’ve taken what you’ll sorely miss,
An hour long you’ll have to look,
And to recover what we took,
But past an hour, the prospect’s black,
Too late, it’s gone, it won’t come back.
The ornament is really beautiful!
It is also said that the egg is the size of a dragon’s egg, that’s why it is placed among female dragon eggs where the champions of the tournament need to retrieve them.
Just don’t open the eggs in the open air or they’ll just screech! But I just wish this one really opens underwater so I can hear the beautiful voices of the merpeople.
Butterscotch Bath Bomb. This will instantly remind you of the famous drink in the Wizarding World, the Butterbeer. The box resembles the Butterbeer mug!
Butterscotch really smells good, so I can’t wait to drop it in the tub and watch it fizzle and fill the bath with its lovely scent!
Everything in this box is truly magical. I love the beautiful artwork on the licensed print, as well as the shirt that featured a different take of the Hogwarts house animals. The golden egg is another favorite of mine, although there are no singing merpeople voices inside. The chocolate frog tea is delicious, so I don’t mind getting it again in this box. (I got the first one from the Special Edition box.) Of course, let’s not forget the well-crafted wand! Each wand from this subscription makes a great collector’s item! Overall, I’m pleased with this month’s curation. Once again, they proved that Geek Gear World of Wizardry is one of the best subscriptions for Potterheads. They even make it easy to switch sizes, and even boxes, just by visiting their website!
What did you think of this month’s Harry Potter Geek Gear box?