Flying brooms are the most commonly used means of transportation for wizards, and are also used in sports games in the magical world, such as Quidditch. The sweep series and the comet series of light wheels are basically similar.
Flying brooms are the most commonly used means of transportation for wizards, and are also used in sports games in the magical world, such as Quidditch.
The series and the Comet series of light wheels are basically similar. The sweeping series consists of sweeping one star, sweeping two stars, and sweeping through seven different models. Most of the Weasley family ride the sweeping series. Ron had received a brand new sweep of the eleventh as a gift. Sweeping the eleventh hand with Spanish oak, the smooth surface of the evil curse, and the vibration control function. The sweeping broom company responsible for production was founded in 1926 by Bob, Bill and Barnaby Ollerton. Sweeping a star is known for the first broom dedicated to sports. Harry Potter’s current broom is a fire arrow, the gift of his godfather, Sirius Black, who sent him after his light wheel 2000 was broken in the third.
Light wheel series
In the development history of the broomstick, the light wheel series is considered to be one of the best flying brooms. It was produced by the Guanglun Feitian Broom Company established in 1967.
Light Wheel 1000 According to “Quiditch through History”, the light wheel series is a great progress in the history of flying brooms.
The light wheel has a speed of up to 100 miles per hour and can be rotated 360 degrees in situ, and the performance is very reliable. The functions of the later models (1001, 1500, 1700) and the light wheel 1000 are similar, and they are greatly improved until the light wheel is two thousand.
Light wheel 2000 According to the description, the shape of the light wheel 2000 is smooth and shiny, and the handle part is made of mahogany, and the branches at the end of the broom are long, straight and neat. The book also describes the top of the two thousand handles of the light wheel, which looks almost golden.
Harry’s favorite flying broom. This type of flying broom represents the highest level of craftsmanship at the moment. It is made of ash tree wood, streamlined, exquisite, treated with diamond polish and hand-engraved registration number. Each broom in the tail of the product has been screened to make it streamlined, so this product is unmatched in terms of balance and precision. The Firebolt can accelerate up to 150 miles per hour in ten seconds, and the brakes are fascinating.
In the third grade Christmas, Godfather Sirius gave it as a thirteenth birthday present to Harry. In the fifth volume, Umbridge confiscated Harry’s fire arrow and smashed it with the flying brooms of the Weasley twins on the wall of the Umbridge office with chains and bolts. Later, Filch moved Harry’s fire arrow into the basement, and there were rumors that Umbridge had placed a monster with a weapon guarding the fire arrow.
The Irish team also used the Firebolt in the Quidditch World Cup.
The comet-type flying broom is cheaper than the light wheel series and is also common in the amateur Quidditch game. It is produced by the Star Trading Company and is used to compete with the sweeping type. The comet series includes different models such as Comet 140, Comet 180, Comet 260, and Comet 290. The comet trading company was founded by Randolph Keitch and Basil Horton in 1929. The first flying broom is the Comet 140. The competition between the comet-type and the cross-sweepers continued until late 1930, when other models of flying brooms were on the market (like Tinderblast and Silver Arrow).