Harry Potter received the ultimate broomstick as a present after his Nimbus 2000 was destroyed by the Whomping Willow. Harry was the only one privileged enough to have a Firebolt Broomstick at Hogwarts. Made of ash wood and birch twigs the Firebolt could go from 0-150mph in just ten seconds.
This fantastic Harry Potter Firebolt broom replica is a must have for any Quidditch playing wizards.
All official Harry Potter accessories are made to the highest standards and this licensed broom is no different. The handle has an authentic ash-wood appearance with ancient rune scribes engraved onto the top of the handle. The broom stick also incorporates the Firebolt's state of the art golden footrests and bi-pods. A full head of plastic bristles finishes off this Harry Potter broom.
The Firebolt measures 36 inches long making it perfect for both children and adults.
Harry lost his broom in the 'Battle of Little Whinging' but we know that once seen this Harry Potter Firebolt Broomstick will be loved too much to be lost.
|Packaging||Single or Loose Item|
|Product Suitability||Adults & Children - All Ages Over 4 Years (Item Has Small Parts)|
|Product Type||Fancy Dress Accessory|
The broom is marked as a Nimbus 2000 which confused us all but my niece loved it anyway.
Bought two brooms for my boys aged 9 and 7 to complete Harry Potter dress up outfits. The brooms look the part, and the boys enjoy playing with them. On the slightly negative side, the brooms are plastic and feel a little cheap. Could do with a few more bristles, and are a bit short for the 9-year old. But the boys are happy and for just over £10 they'll get plenty of play for the money so all in all pretty good.
Lovely item for children to exercise their imagination. Nice quality for price.
Great repro of HP broomstick. Flies like a dream at themed party
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