Feature Wizard Wands- Harry Potter Wand
- Plastic molded wand measures 15" long has lights and sound effects
- Requires 3 AAA batteries (included)
- 5 Modes of play: spell training, free play, spell practice, training spells, wizard tag
- Spell guide has 11 spells
- Officially licensed
Oh no! You procrastinated (again!)—now your first school term at Hogwarts begins on Monday, and you still haven't completed your school shopping. You still need to get an owl (we can't help you there), a copy of The Standard Book of Spells (Grade 1) by Miranda Goshawk, One Thousand Magical Herbs and Fungi by Phyllida Spore, 1 pewter standard size 2 cauldron, and a wand.
Hmmm...you're really cutting it close to get your trunks packed up and ready on time! You can order the books online (priority shipping) and we may have a cauldron lying around, but we definitely have your wand needs covered! A lot of people think Ollivander's is the only place to find a wand (or have a wand find you), but this Harry Potter Feature Wizards Wand will tickle your fancy and sharpen your spell skills, and all without a trip to Diagon Alley!
This tech-savvy wand perfectly reflects your new generation of witches and wizards who are blending incantations and technology to move the magical world forward, alongside that of the mere muggles. It using motion sensing to help you practice your stupefy, accio, and expelliarmus spells until you can do them in your sleep. Modeled after Harry Potter's wand, this version also imbues its user with Harry's bravery and goodness.
We hope you've learned a little something about waiting until the last minute to stock up on parchment, robes, and spellbooks. Although, we're worried that you may be so pleased with this wand that it will only reinforce that good things come to those who wait.
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