No need to take cover from this Alien Invasion. But like aliens descending this quirky and unusual low noise cake. Takes over the skies with its unique silver crackling mine. Leading up to deep red strobe shots firing skyward to nearly 70 feet. While sky blue and silverfish descend from space.
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No need to take cover from this Alien Invasion. With fantastic low noise effects. From this unusual. Yet quirky cake. With its unique silver crackling mine. Which Leads up to deep red strobes. And appear like aliens descending. Which take over the skies. While sky blue and silver fish descend from outer space. Alien Invasion is out of this world. With 980gm of net explosive content. And the duration of 25 seconds. With 49 shots offering stunning effects. In addition, Alien Invasion will take you back to the days of space invaders. With this category 3 barrage.
As with all fireworks, including Alien Invasion. It’s very important to follow the safety information. Which you will find on the firework label. And also following the information. On the safety guide which has been provided. While it’s about keeping everyone safe to enjoy the fun of the fireworks. Without anyone coming to harm. Especially important is the safety of your audience and firers. With this in mind, all fireworks will have a required safety distance. For your audience and your firer. Whilst the safety distance for Alien Invasion is 25 meters (approximately 82 feet). These are the minimum requirements for your safety. So extend the spectator distance where possible. Also, make sure that the wind and the display are angled away from the spectators.
In addition, you can tackle wind by moving your fireworks display further away. Or by relocating the spectators to a safer area. Additionally, be aware of your firing times. Please remember it is illegal to let off fireworks after 11pm and before 7am. Apart from New Year’s Eve, Diwali and Chinese New Year, which is 1am and bonfire night (November 5th) which is midnight. And please remember to handle fireworks with great care at all stages.