GeekGear World Of Wizardry Review + Coupon – February 2019
GeekGear‘s World of Wizardry subscription is a “one of a kind mystery subscription 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.”
This is a review of the World of Wizardry Any House box, which is $32.06 per month (£24.99) + 7.68 (£5.99) US shipping.
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
About World of Wizardry, a Harry Potter box by GeekGear
The Subscription Box: World of Wizardry
The Cost: $31.81 per month (£24.99) + $7.63 (£5.99) US shipping
COUPON: Use code NEWSUB10 to save 10% off your first box!
The Products: A monthly box filled with Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts merchandise!
Ships to: Worldwide (shipping costs vary)
Geek Gear World of Wizardry February 2019 Review
I love these letters, they look like Hogwarts acceptance letters and I try really hard not to rip them when I open it. This itemizes out what I received in the box and even includes a spoiler for next month’s box: Madrakes!!!
Wizardry Animals Shirt
This shirt is pretty cool. I like the way the animals consist of geometric shapes. The shirt confuses me a bit, though. I obviously recognize the lion from the Gryffindor crest, the snake from Slytherin’s and the eagle from Ravenclaw’s but Hufflepuff is a badger and here we have an owl, who I can only assume is Hedwig. Either way, I like the shirt.
Man, the only way I could recreate the face I made would be taking me to Universal Studios at the door of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Okay, I may be MORE excited there, but receiving my very own wand was pretty exciting.
This wand is a dark wood color with an owl engraved on the end and has little envelopes throughout the wand itself. While I know Ollivander did not make this wand and though I am positive mine isn’t the only one in existence and doesn’t have unicorn hair for a core, it is pretty special and like any other Harry Potter super-fan, I absolutely love it.
Swish and flick.
Okay, I am done with the wand – on to the rest of the items!
Chocolate Frog Tea
I received a berry tea in the January box that was fruity and delicious so I was not shocked to get another tea. But a chocolate tea? This tea smelled so chocolaty and decadent and I was eager to brew it up! I love tea and like chocolate, but this tea was just not for me. The chocolate taste in tea form just didn’t give the chocolate justice. I would have preferred an actual chocolate frog.
Butterscotch Bath Bomb
I didn’t think that butterscotch in a bath bomb would smell good, but boy I was wrong! This bath bomb was huge and smelled so good! When I dropped it into my bath to soak off my day, it turned my water a butterscotch color (maybe that is where the name came from?) Even though it was gently wrapped and put in a box, it was cracked, but that makes no difference, it still bombed the same way. The only thing I didn’t like about this bomb was it left little red things floating in my bath. More than once, I was convinced they were candy but didn’t dare try it out. I just rubbed it between my figures and it eventually dissolved.
Magic Golden Egg
How cool! I am not even in the TriWizard Tournament and I got my own egg. I am just happy that it doesn’t shriek because, well, it doesn’t open.
I tried to get the whole egg to show the sketching. While this egg has no practical purpose, it is a cool item to have if you are a superfan, like me. I will probably put this on my desk as a decorative paperweight.
The final piece in this month’s box and like all other boxes is this artwork. I loved this piece. Snape’s Patronus, the doe, with “Always” on top. Though Snape was an enemy in the beginning, he was a beloved character among many HP fans, myself included. When the actor Alan Rickman passed away in 2016, “Always” was trending in memory posts in social media. This is a special piece of artwork, and one I will cherish always.
Verdict: I really, really love the World of Wizardry from Geek Gear. I started reading Harry Potter books when I was just 10 years old, and almost 20 years later the magic still lives within me. I do think that this subscription is perfect for super fans who will love knick-knacks from the Wizardy World, otherwise, it will just accumulate a bunch of things that will be forgotten in a drawer. This months box had a lot of great items, my favorite being the artwork.
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, you will get the February box.
Coupon – Use code NEWSUB10 to save 10% off your first box!
Value Breakdown: This box cost $31.81 per month + $7.63 US shipping costs, which means that each of the 6 items cost approximately $6.57.
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