Kidicraft introduces new 3D Harry Potter puzzles

Published on: 29th October 2020

The new 300 piece puzzles join the Kidicraft collection as the company continues to extend its ranges of 3D and traditional puzzles.


This week, Kidicraft sees the arrival of the new 300pc Prime 3D Harry Potter puzzles. Six new designs have been introduced, featuring popular characters Harry, Hermione, Ron and other scenes from the magical Harry Potter films.

The 300 pc puzzles are 46 x 31 cm and are made using the latest Prime 3D lens to give great depth and movement to the image. Roy Greenwood, director at Kidicraft, commented: “I am delighted to see these fantastic puzzles arriving this week. They have been exceptionally well received, and we already have significant pre-orders for them; the sell through rate is expected to be high.”

As the puzzles market continues to boom, Kidicraft has taken steps to expand its puzzles offering. Roy explained: “We have successfully increased our ranges throughout this year, including the move into traditional 1000pc puzzles. Added to that, our new 2021 products are already in production and will be available in January. As a company, we are proud to continue our focus, which is to give retailers great, eye catching products, good margins and great service.”

Details of the new 3D Harry Potter puzzles, and all of the ranges on offer from Kidicraft, can be found on the company’s website.

Retailers wishing to discuss placing orders can contact Kidicraft on 01282 505988 or email


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