Harry Potter Broomsticks

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Can you name the Harry Potter broomstick models?

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Book (First mention)Broomstick ModelExtra Info
HP and the Goblet of FireShown on the advertising blackboard at the Quidditch World Cup
Quidditch Through The AgesFirst racing broom designed for sporting use
Quidditch Through The AgesProduced in 1934 by the Cleansweep Broom Company
Quidditch Through The AgesProduced in 1937 by the Cleansweep Broom Company
HP and the Chamber of SecretsUsed by Fred and George on the Gryffindor Quidditch Team
HP and the Order of the PhoenixApparently used to fly to the moon by one wizard
HP and the Philosopher's StoneUsed by most of the Ravenclaw Quidditch Team
HP and the Order of the PhoenixGiven to Ron Weasley as a present for becoming Prefect
Quidditch Through The AgesNamed because it was the 140th model tested before its release
Quidditch Through The AgesProduced in 1938 by the Comet Trading Company
HP and the Philosopher's StoneOwned by Draco Malfoy, Cho Chang and Nymphadora Tonks
HP and the Order of the PhoenixAccording to Which Broomsitck? it has a decent tailwind
HP and the Prisoner of AzkabanGiven to Harry as a Christmas present from Sirius Black
Quidditch Through The AgesCreated in 1901 and able to fly higher than other brooms
Quidditch Through The AgesProduced in 1967 and able to turn 360 degrees in mid-air
Quidditch Through The AgesProduced by the Nimbus Racing Broom Company
Quidditch Through The AgesProduced by the Nimbus Racing Broom Company
Quidditch Through The AgesProduced by the Nimbus Racing Broom Company
HP and the Philosopher's StoneGiven to Harry as a present from Professor McGonagall. Destroyed in his third year
HP and the Chamber of SecretsGiven to the Slytherin Quidditch Team by Lucius Malfoy
Quidditch Through The AgesFlown by Jocunda Sykes across the Atlantic in 1935. Thick oak handle designed for endurance flying, produced in 1879
HP and the Philosopher's StoneUsed by Hogwarts for flying lessons
HP and the Prisoner of AzkabanUsed by Madam Hooch when she was learning to fly
Quidditch Through The AgesProduced by Ellerby and Spudmore in 1952. Faster than the company's previous broom but lost power during an ascent.
Quidditch Through The AgesProduced by Ellerby and Spudmore in 1940. Highly resilient
Quidditch Through The AgesReleased in 1990 and had a reputation as being a broomstick bought by people with more money than sense

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