10 Oddly Specific Harry Potter Items You Didn't Know You Could Buy Right Now
Every Harry Potter fan needs their own collection of wizarding merchandise, because there's no better way to make your life have all the spark of Harry's world. The good news for Potterheads is that when it comes to availability of Potter products on the web, there really is no limit what you can find.
The Wizarding World is, of course, filled with magical items, each spectacular and bizarre in their own unique way. It's no wonder that many of these fascinating objects have made their way into the IRL world. But some of these are so oddly specific, that we have to give props to the people who had the genius idea to bring them to life.
And as everyone knows, Harry Potter fans go hard. There are some fandoms where at most you can buy a punny t-shirt and a cute pin. But when it comes to Harry Potter paraphernalia, you can get anything from a pair of socks to a full-fledged sword. (Yes, there's a real sword on this list.)
So here are ten Harry Potter items that are so oddly specific, they'll soon become the crown jewel of your wizarding collection. Perfect for cosplay or everyday decorating, you're going to want to get your hands on these wicked cool items.
This device invented by Dumbledore (and featured in the very first scene of the series!) collects and stores light. Though this version doesn't actually draw from the lights around you, it does make for a pretty sweet flashlight.
Godric Gryffindor's Sword
Courage is embodied in this sword, just like the one that Harry Potter pulls out of the Sorting Hat. Though ThinkGeek cautions that ability to kill horcruxes is not guaranteed, this beautiful sword would make a beautiful addition to any Gryffindor's collection.
Wow, the Trio spent a lot of time looking for this. If only they knew they could just buy it off of the internet! Made of silver-plated brass and crystals, ThinkGeek boasts that this diadem "looks so good, you'd hardly believe it might have a piece of that evil wizard's soul inside."