You Can Now Buy A Working Harry Potter Invisibility Cloak

by : Julia Banim on : 25 Jun 2019 18:57
Warner Bros. Studios/Wow Stuff

Out of all the magical items in Harry Potter’s Hogwarts suitcase, his invisibility cloak is potentially the most coveted.

Young readers and viewers alike have long been captivated by the thought of being able to tiptoe around solving mysteries while being completely invisible.


And now fans are a little closer to getting that ‘sneaking around Hogwarts at night’ feel, with an extremely clever cloak of invisibility looking set to make your paycheck disappear as if by magic.

The Harry Potter Invisibility Cloak will be available for pre-order from July 1. Not available at Diagon Alley, this cape can be ordered from Wow Stuff.


Working pretty much like a green screen, this cloak will allow you to take some seriously cool pictures, making it look like you are actually vanishing in pics.

Before you get too excited, remember this cloak is made by and for mere muggles and won’t actually make you disappear. However, it will make for some fun photo-shoot opportunities.

As reported by CNET, you will need to download an iOS or Android app through through which you can capture the illusion, filming or photographing yourself ‘disappearing’.


There will reportedly two versions of this mystical cloak. You can buy the standard version for $70 (£55), which comes complete with a foldaway stand on which to position your phone.

There is also a deluxe version for $80 (£60), if you’re feeling like a rich Slytherin splashing your galleons while out on the town. According to CNET, this fancier cloak has a ‘serpent intertwined border in its pattern’ as well as a tabletop tripod.

Toy experts have reportedly been left wowed by this mystical item, which has previously bagged a Toy of the Year award at Sweden’s Toy Awards.


As reported by Mental Floss, creators at Wow Stuff examined the original cloak worn by Daniel Radcliffe in Harry Potter and the Philosophers’s Stone movie – now kept at at Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden – to make sure it was as close to the real deal as possible.

The perfect addition for any Potter-mad Instagrammer’s techy tool kit.

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Julia Banim

Jules studied English Literature with Creative Writing at Lancaster University before earning her masters in International Relations at Leiden University in The Netherlands (Hoi!). She then trained as a journalist through News Associates in Manchester. Jules has previously worked as a mental health blogger, copywriter and freelancer for various publications.

Topics: Film and TV, App, Harry Potter


CNET and 2 others
  1. CNET

    Harry Potter Invisibility Cloak materializes for preorder July 1

  2. Victoria Maclean/YouTube


  3. Mental Floss

    You Can Now Buy Your Own Harry Potter Invisibility Cloak