Supercell | Cakes & Barrages | Dynamic Fireworks


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A pacey barrage sending super silver strobe mines skyward followed by shots of silver star strobe with gold palm core, before changing to bright red star strobe stars with bronze palm core before leading into a rapid-fire volley of glittering silver strobe stars across the night sky.

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  1. Good Little Barrage

    Craig Adcock

    Family birthday bash with a bang. Started with a smaller barrage. Thought the duration was quite rapid, however the effects where bright, colourful. and wonderful.

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Enjoy the quality of Supercell. This 45 shot cake is more than just a storm in a teacup. Especially with its pace. And impressive thunderous effects. Such as shiny red tail to sparkling red blinking willows. With silver blink, Including, golden willow with a radiant gold blink. Finally ending and red blink, silver palms to silver blink. This stormy category 2 barrage. Contains 387gm of net explosive content. Whilst Supercell has been given a noise level rating of 7 out of 10. Supercell towers up into the dark sky. And can look hauntingly beautiful. Especially with an impressive finale. Also, Search our CLAYMORE


Cakes and barrages like Supercell will generally fire in most weather conditions. However, be sure to position spectators where the wind will be blowing in the direction they’re facing. In addition, don’t light fireworks during strong winds. In this case, it may be better to postpone or cancel firework displays. However, you can prepare your fireworks for the rain. Therefore use plastic bags, bin liners or cling film for weatherproofing. Whilst remembering cakes and barrages. Will fire through a single layer of plastic. (Note: do not use on rockets or Catherine wheels). In addition, remember the most susceptible part of the cake or barrage. Is the fuse. So leave exposing the fuse. Until approximately ten minutes before firing.

Also, should a firework fail to ignite? remember not to go back to it for at least 15 minutes. Whilst we recommend 60 minutes. Then place the firework in a bucket of water. And soak for 24 hours, before disposing of. In addition to this safety information. Furthermore, safety guidelines can be found. On our safety guide, which we have provided. With your completed order. Additionally, you can check out our website, Where you will find a copy of our safety guide to download.