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GeekGear World Of Wizardry Review – December 2017

World of Wizardry December 2017

GeekGear‘s World of Wizardry subscription is “a one of a kind mystery subscription box and a must have for any Magic fan! Each box will be personalized to your chosen House and will be filled with merchandise from your favorite wizarding world.”

In addition to the World of Wizardry Box, you can also try the World of Wizardry Wearable, and also GeekGear.

World of Wizardry December 2017

My Subscription Addiction paid for this box.(Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

This is a review of the World of Wizardry Wearable box, which is $27.01 USD + shipping, box.

World of Wizardry December 2017

About World of Wizardry, a Harry Potter box by GeekGear

The Subscription Box: World of Wizardry

The Cost: $27.06 per month (£19.99) + $8.11 (£5.99) US shipping

The Products: A variety of magical merchandise inspired by the Harry Potter universe

Ships to: Worldwide (shipping costs vary)

World of Wizardry December 2017 Review

World of Wizardry December 2017

World of Wizardry December 2017

In each box from Geek Gear, you will find a handy booklet listing all of the products inside. In addition to the products, you will also find a clue for an item in next month’s box and a “Subscriber Spotlight” featuring a community member. Now, they are even including prices!

World of Wizardry December 2017

World of Wizardry December 2017

3D Bookmark – Listed Value $9.45

On the one hand, I have plenty of bookmarks now, but this exclusive 3D one is super cool. Again, I am more of a fold one page down or a small bookmark, but this would be great for a kid. I think I will gift this one to my nephew.

World of Wizardry December 2017

World of Wizardry December 2017

Cookbook Binder + Three Recipes – Listed Value $12.15

This is a fun and unique item, definitely not something I have received from these before. This cookbook binder contains 3 recipes: Harry’s Birthday Cake, Golden Snitch Cake Pops, and Butterscotch Hot Chocolate. Basically, it’s the makings for the perfect Harry Potter inspired party!

World of Wizardry December 2017

World of Wizardry December 2017

House Item T-Shirt – Listed Value $13.50

This Gryffindor t-shirt featuring the sword Godric Gryffindor is such a cool take on house pride. All of the house t-shirts have images of the Horcruxes from each house/house founder on them. The graphic is super cool and I am glad the t-shirt is black for once!

World of Wizardry December 2017

Bowtruckle Print – Listed Value $6.74

It doesn’t really feel like this particular item fits in with the rest of the box because Bowtruckles’ play a prominent role in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, not necessarily in Harry Potter….though I do believe they are mentioned. Besides that small fact, I love the style of these prints!

World of Wizardry December 2017

Luna Necklace – Listed Value $9.45

This heavy duty silver necklace featuring Luna Lovegood’s famous Spectrespecs is unique and super cute. It appears to be an 18-inch chain so it’s not too short or long. The chain is sturdy and the pendant is well-made. Really cool piece!

World of Wizardry December 2017

Ron’s Wand – Listed Value $20.26

Finally, one of the main character’s wands! While this is the fully intact version of Ron’s wand, it’s fun and super sturdy. Really, I imagine this is what the wand’s on the set of the movies would be made of. These are not going to break easily so cast spells to your heart’s content.

Verdict: While this is definitely one of the better boxes I have received from GeekGear, I am a little disappointed because I would have liked to have seen a Christmas inspired box since this is the December box. For anyone who is a fan, Christmas at Hogwarts is an extra magical and special time of year so that would have been nice to see reflected in this month’s box. That being said, I was still impressed with the selection in this month’s box anyway. The cookbook was a nice addition as well as Ron’s wand. Overall, a good value for the cost!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, you will receive the January box. Monthly boxes ship between 21st and 24th each month. 

Value Breakdown: This box cost me $27.06 USD + $8.11 USD shipping cost, which means that each of the 6 items in the box has an average cost of $5.86.

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Written by Chelsey Davidson

Chelsey Davidson

Chelsey started her subscription obsession like many other women, Birchbox. That led her to more including Stitch Fix and Graze. Next, she is looking forward to exploring craft, lifestyle, and book boxes, too.

Posted in Subscription Box Reviews, UK Subscription Box Reviews| Tags: geekgear world of wizardry | 5 comments

Comments (5)

  1. Aww man. I cancelled my subscription during the middle of last year and almost re-subbed for this box and I wish I had. I love almost all of the items! I especially love the Luna necklace.

  2. I am new to monthly subscription boxes thanks to YouTube unboxing videos and your website. I ordered my very first subscription boxes in December, and this one arrived first. I am very pleased with the items offered by Geek Gear. I also ordered Loot Crate’s Wizarding World Box so it will be interesting to compare each company’s products.

  3. Love the wand!

  4. This box has been getting better each month. I like it more than the Loot Crate one.

    I do have to point out, because I’m a super nerd, that the Sword of Godric Gryffindor was never a Horcrux. They used the sword to destroy horcruxes. I think the shirts just show items that belonged to each founder? I can’t see what’s on the Ravenclaw shirt from the info card pictured.

    • Oh wow, yep, you are totally right! Can’t believe I goofed on that one. Thanks for calling it out! J.K. Rowling would be so disappointed in me.

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