Harry Potter Real Working Golden Snitch

A Real Working Golden Snitch! Now, you can feel just like Harry Potter does when he battles to capture the elusive Golden Snitch.
Harry Potter Real Working Golden SnitchHarry Potter Levitating Golden Snitch Sculpture

Being a Harry Potter fan myself, I know that one of the things you try to imagine yourself doing. That would be flying around on your broomstick trying to capture the Golden Snitch. Imagine it being just out of reach as it zooms around the Quidditch field.

With this real working Golden Snitch, it is just another way to bring you even closer to becoming apart of the magical world of Harry Potter. Although you cannot actually zoom around on your broomstick to capture this Golden Snitch, you still feel the pull of its magic.

Gleaming, real working Golden Snitch does actually float and rotate in mid-air capturing all of the thrills of Quidditch. The Golden Quidditch becomes one of Harry’s most prized possessions that I believe deserves a place of honor which is exactly what you get with this real working Golden Snitch. It is prominently displayed with an illuminating base the has blue LED’s which showcase the Hogwarts House Crests; Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff, and Slytherin. The base also includes Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry crest as well. The real working Golden Snitch measures 2 1/4 inches, it’s wings are 7 inches and the base is 2 inches high and 6 inches in diameter.

How Does The Real Working Golden Snitch  Work

Harry Potter Golden Snitch

It’s pretty simple really how they are able to get this real working Golden Snitch to rotate and levitate in midair. Although simple, I still think it adds to the magic of it. There are hidden electromagnets that suspend the Golden Snitch above the base. This gives you the feel as if the Golden Snitch is floating just out of your reach.


There are many great Harry Potter collectibles, but a real working Golden Snitch makes for a must-have Harry Potter collectible for any fan of this magical series.


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