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Buy Real Magic Wands



Explore the exclusive range of bespoke wands from The Wand Shop, including unique replica wands as well as hand-crafted design collection wands. Discover wands from all your favourite characters, locations and landmarks with these finely crafted treasures to add to your Harry Potter collection.




buy real magic wands



Explore the exclusive range of bespoke wands from The Wand Shop, including unique replica wands as well as hand-crafted celebratory wands. Discover wands from all your favourite characters, locations and landmarks with these finely crafted treasures to add to your Harry Potter collection.


Rugged and aged in appearance, this wand was designed for those with powerful intuition and an affinity for the magic of the natural world. Its warmth will draw those with strength, courage, and conviction. For the best or worst of times, this wand feels as exemplary as the one who wields it.


Ethereal and hypnotic, the design of this wand is truly captivating. Striated with a round orb at the end of its handle, it exudes a protective feeling. Appealing to owners who are wise beyond their years, it is a perfect match for those who value grace and artistry.


Crafted with elegant curves and ornate details, this wand was designed with magical innovators and inventors in mind. It exudes confidence, purpose, and trust, appealing to a brilliant mind that appreciates unusual versatility and adaptability.


When ordering a Magic Wand in the UK be sure to order from a genuine website selling the genuine Magic Wand range of massagers.We have listed three websites in the UK which are definitely stocking the genuine Magic Wand massagers.GENUINE - www.MagicWandOriginal.co.ukGENUINE - www.MagicWandRechargeable.co.ukGENUINE - www.Hitachi-Magic-Wand-Massagers.co.ukAlso there is an eBay store that stocks are genuine Magic Wand massages.GENUINE - Beware of many sellers on the Internet that sell fake China copies of the genuine Magic Wand.Please be aware that this website below is selling fake Magic Wands and some to the customer have reported to us that they have not even received an order from this website and have managed to claim there money back.FAKE - www.hitachimagicwand.co.uk


As well as being made from lower quality materials, the counterfeit Hitachi Magic Wands are simply not as powerful or effective as the real thing. The best way to avoid any doubt is to only buy your Magic Wand and attachments from reputable retailers.


Genuine Magic Wands will not include the name Hitachi on either the product or the box. The real product names are Magic Wand Original and Magic Wand Rechargeable. If they are referred to in any other way, the products are counterfeit.


When ordering a Magic Wand in the UK be sure to order from a genuine website selling the genuine Magic Wand range of massagers.We have listed three websites in the UK which are definitely stocking the genuine Magic Wand massagers.GENUINE - www.MagicWandOriginal.co.ukGENUINE - www.MagicWandRechargeable.co.ukGENUINE - www. Hitachi-Magic-Wand-Massagers.co.ukAlso there is an eBay store that stocks are genuine Magic Wand massages.GENUINE - Beware of many sellers on the Internet that sell fake China copies of the genuine Magic Wand.Please be aware that this website below is selling fake Magic Wands and some to the customer have reported to us that they have not even received an order from this website and have managed to claim there money back.FAKE - www.hitachimagicwand.co.uk


According to the Sun, a man named Richard Carter owns a shop called Mystical Moments in Huddersfield, England, where he sells magic wands that are supposed to be used to cast healing spells. They are not, he stresses, to be used for cosplay.


I have nothing against Harry Potter and actually liked the films," he told the Huddersfield Daily Examiner, in what is possibly a masterful bit of shade towards the original books Rowling wrote. "The wands I make though, whether you believe it or not, are real and spiritual."


Notice the real Magic Wand Original is slightly shorter than the fake magic wand. Also, notice the headcover on the real Magic Wand Original fits correctly and snug versus the fake massager which looks like the headcover is small. You will also notice the difference in the plug section at the base of these massagers.


When disassembling the headcover from both wands, you will notice the real Hitachi Magic Wand has a hard plastic head with black electrical tape covered for safety. Keep in mind that real Magic Wand Massagers were also made with a metal headpiece. The wand massager on the bottom has a cheap plastic cover that is flimsy and not heavy duty by any means.


Notice the texture of the different massager headcovers. The real Magic Wand headcover is round, heavy-duty and very durable. The fake wand cover head is paper-thin and could be torn with almost no effort.


Here is another look inside both massager headcovers. The real Magic Wand head has a cloth type material inside which makes it much stronger and ready for years of abuse while the fake massager head is paper-thin as mentioned above.


The 57-year-old Carter said his sticks are intended for use in drawing protective circles, warding off evil forces and not just to playfully use it. These wands can apparently also be used to cure aches, pains and stress.


MAGICUS MIXUS! Get ready to make REAL MAGIC and discover the world of Magic Mixies! There is so much enchantment in store and adorable magical friends to adore! Who will you magically create?!


Experience REAL MAGIC with the New Magic Mixies Mixlings with New Magical Powers, in the Powers Unleashed Series! Mischievous and magical, be empowered and watch in wonder as your magic wand reveals real magic power!


Introducing Mini Magi Mode! Treasure chests open and crystals glow bright, every wave of the wand will surprise and delight! For kids age five and under, Mini Magi Mode provides all the magic of MagiQuest but in an experience that is specifically designed for younger Magi as they explore throughout the lodge.


You get to decide how much time you want to spend in the realms of MagiQuest. Each quest takes 15 to 30 minutes to complete. With unlimited play during your stay, you can always take a break and come back later.


Excerpt: DO NOT take apart your Magic Wand, since that will void the manufacturers' warranty. Images are included below in specified topic areas so you can spot the differences between a real and fake Magic Wand massager. Things to keep an eye out for, updated retail boxes, specific labels with model numbers, a number etched at the handle of the device, and more.


If you were one of the first visitors to Hogsmeade when it first opened over at Islands of Adventure in 2010, you were invited to purchase wands that were replicas of the ones used by our favorite witches and wizards from the Harry Potter books and movies. Hand-painted from sculpted resin, these original wands are, indeed, beautiful keepsakes and contribute to the immersive cosplay of many fans who visit the Wizarding World, but to produce any magical effects, guests with original wands must use their imagination.


Once your wand has chosen you, dear wizard, you are ready to get out there and make some magic! Spell spots are marked by medallions set into the pavement, which can be located using your map (or the handy chart below). Each medallion indicates where you should stand to cast that particular spell, what direction to face, the wand movement required to cast the spell, and, finally, the words to be uttered while waving your wand.


Ideally, aspiring witches and wizards should be able to stroll through the Wizarding World while casually attempting each spell, but, realistically, with the ongoing popularity of this property, crowds in the area can make spell-casting a little more challenging. At busy times, you may find a small line for a spell, but the queue usually moves quickly, without a long wait. The interactive element is also quite effective in the sense that, even if you have seen the spell effect while someone else is casting, there is still something thrilling about successfully pulling it off yourself.


We recommend beginning your interactive wand experience in Diagon Alley to develop some magical expertise before heading over to Hogsmeade. It seems that there are not as many team members on-hand to assist at the latter, so London is the perfect place to start.


A wand is a thin, light-weight rod that is held with one hand, and is traditionally made of wood, but may also be made of other materials, such as metal or plastic. Long versions of wands are often styled in forms of staves or sceptres, which could have large ornamentation on the top.


In modern times, wands are usually associated with stage magic or supernatural magic, but there have been other uses, all stemming from the original meaning as a synonym of rod and virge. A stick that is used for reaching, pointing, drawing in the dirt, and directing other people, is one of the earliest and simplest of tools.


It is possible that wands were used by pre-historic peoples. It is mentioned that 'rods' (as well as rings) were found with Red Lady of Paviland in Britain. It is mentioned by the author in Gower - A Guide to Ancient and Historic Monuments on the Gower Peninsula[1] that these might have been wands and are depicted as such in a reconstruction drawing of the burial of the 'Red Lady'.


During the Middle Kingdom of Egypt, apotropaic wands began to be used during birth ceremonies. These wands were made out of hippopotamus tusks which were split down the middle lengthwise, producing two wands, each with one flat side and one curved side. Due to the curved nature of a hippopotamus tusk, these wands were curved, with one pointed end (the point of the tusk) and one blunt end (where the tusk was removed from the hippopotamus). Hippopotamus tusks may have been used to invoke Taweret the hippopotamus goddess of childbirth.[2] The earliest apotropaic wands used in Egypt were undecorated, but "from around 1850 BC, they were usually provided with decorations of apotropaic figures directly related to the sun religion, or particular aspects of it, inscribed on the convex upper side... most of whom carry knives to ward off evil forces".[3] These apotropaic wands were also inscribed with protective text on the flat side, such as "Cut off the head of the enemy when he enters the chamber of the children whom the lady... has borne".[4] The latest apotropaic wand found belongs to the Second Intermediate Period king Senebkay.[5] It seems that the use of these objects in Egypt declines after this point. 041b061a72


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