World of Wizardry is a monthly box full of goodies from the Harry Potter world! It costs £19.99 per month.
I love the suitcase box.
This is the menu flyer. It lists the items and RRPs. Of course the items tend to be exclusive, but I’ve never found the prices unreasonable.
A Wand! (RRP £9.99)
There aren’t any details about whose wand this might be, but as it’s labelled House of Black we can assume it belongs to a baddie! It’s got some very nice detailing too.
This is a great fun Tie! (RRP £9.99) Check out the subtle glasses and lightning bolt design.
And to go with the tie, a tie clip! (RRP £5.99) The lightning bolt goes nicely with the pattern on the tie.
Four Animal House Place Mats (RRP £9.99) These are stiff plastic and come very tightly rolled up, so I think it would take a while for them to be flattened out.
The patterns are nice and bright.
Metal Broomstick Keychain (RRP £5.99) This is a very cute design, though it’s quite big. It would be fine in a bag, but not so much in a pocket.
Print (RRP £4.99) Nice pun!
Signed Artist Print (RRP £6.99)
This is a cute design, though I really want the other letters of the alphabet now!
This month’s recipe cards are dessert recipes. The cake would be great for a Potter-themed birthday party!
Finally, the t-shirt (RRP£9.99) This is a Dark Wizard-type design, and is suitably sinister. It’s also 100% cotton.
This box is pretty good this month. It didn’t blow me away as much as last couple, but it’s still impressive, especially at this price point.
The total RRPs come to £58.93, which is way beyond the £20 cost. Now, I think some of the RRPs are a little over, and it’s difficult to put RRPs on exclusive items, but even at half the prices for everything (which would be impossible) you’re still over the cost of the box.
The one item I don’t think is great is the placemats. Because they’ve been rolled up it’s going to be almost impossible to flatten them out. Also I associate plastic mats with babies (to protect the table from the inevitable eating mess!) and the designs, while fun, are a little bit simple. Of course, it could be a a great way to start Potter fandom young!
I also think they need to be a little careful with prints. One is fine, but as it seems there’s one with every box, I think that should be the maximum. There’s only so much room on the walls!