WowStuff invisibility Cloak Review

Anyone that knows me knows I love Harry Potter and if you know me REALLY well, you will know I have a Harry Potter landing in my home. So when I was asked to review the WowStuff invisibility cloak, obviously I jumped at the chance. However so many people are bringing out Harry Potter themed items now that only a small percentage do it well and are actually worth having. I’m happy to say this invisibility cloak is in that small percentage of doing it well. It’s amazing! Also it’s great for any age. My 3 and 7 year old love playing with it, I’m 37 and love playing with it and I can guarantee if my my dad was still around, he would love it too. I actually would have probably bought him one for Christmas.

Anyway, the cloak. So so much fun!

it works by using the Wow! Stuff app (included) When the patterned side of the Invisibility cloak is facing the camera it will be visible on screen. However, when you flip your cloak inside out, so that the green lining is facing the camera, whatever or whoever is hidden beneath the cloak will magically disappear on screen! Such a clever idea!

Our favourite thing to do is the floating heads because it’s the easiest but when I go to my sisters for our annual Christmas get together, I’m hoping to recreate some scenes from the Harry Potter films.

It took us a while to get it at first and we had lots of fails but once we got the hang of it we couldn’t stop (well I couldn’t) I find the best photos and videos are when you have a blank canvas behind you.

It was the best fun and we even did a couple of videos including this funny one below

The invisibility cloak is available from Argos for £30 and I can see it being very popular this Christmas.

What scene would you recreate with it?

*we were given this cloak in exchange for a review but all words are honest and my own.

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