Can you command and conquer this thunderous 1.3g effect barrage? The Conqueror barrage contains 35 huge and masterful created shots. With its unusual firing pattern between straight and fanned shots. With banks of two colour wave willow with red strobes and white blink. Before evolving into silver and gold wave willow with colour stars of green, red and blue blink. Finishing with golden titanium palm tails and chrysanthemum breaks.
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The Conqueror barrage contains 35 huge and masterfully created shots. With its unusual firing pattern. Between straight and fanned shots. With banks of two colour wave willow. With red strobes and white blink. Before evolving into silver and gold wave willow. With colour stars of a green, red and blue blink. Finishing with a wonderful golden titanium palm tails. And chrysanthemum breaks. When the time comes, there is one conqueror I’ve got on my list! However, don’t let the short duration put you off. Conqueror is a firework that is full of pace and energy. That will fill the night sky with sparkling effects and noise. Whilst filling your spectators full of joy. In addition, this barrage has super 1.3G effects. Generally, 1.3g effect fireworks contain louder and bigger bursts. But this is not always the case. With a remarkable noise level of 8 out of 10. As it passed with a cloud of dust and a rumble which was thunderous.
Conqueror, as with most cakes and barrages can be quite noisy. That’s why we always recommend earplugs or ear defenders. Especially for young children. Or those with sensitive hearing. However, we also recommend various other safety items. Such as gloves, goggles and hats. Whilst if possible avoid loose, unbuttoned or flammable clothing.
Remember that all fireworks contain explosives. So please take care when handling fireworks. (Conqueror contains 466 gm of explosive content). However, reading our safety guide is one way of being prepared. You should have received a copy with your order. Another way of getting it right. Is to read the safety information on the side of the firework. However, if you are unsure of any of the safety measures. Contact one of our showrooms for all the latest safety information. from the firework professionals.